Yes, we’re back! And after a month off from playlisting where everyone was far too happy listening to Christmas caroles that the travel playlist we might put together, we’re finally back and getting into our stride trying to find a mixture of travel playlist-worthy songs from across Europe and the rest of the world.

Watching an Irish jam session - ‘With Earphones In’ – Travel Music Playlist for January

The picture above was taken during an Irish jig in a back room in a bar in Grenoble, somewhere we found ourselves after tagging along with our fantasticly friendly Couchsurfing host who was attending to play violin for the night.

It really makes us miss the amount of music we used to see live, but it was just so much fun watching all 20+ people playing and dancing together that it has fed our addiction to music just enough to keep going.

We hope you enjoy this months travel playlist, it’s a mixture of old songs and new ones, and for the most part come not from us directly, but rather through the Couchsurfing hosts we had during December in Switzerland. Thanks to them we’ve some new bands to listen to 🙂

We hope you enjoy it!

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Le Trio JoubranMasar’ – available on Amazon

RuspoAnastacio’ – available on Bandcamp

The MetersCissy Strut’ – available on Amazon

Death and VanillaGodspeed’ – available on Bandcamp

TemplesColours To Life’ – available on Amazon

TychoAwake’ – available on Bandcamp and Amazon

BorealsNage’ – available on Bandcamp and Amazon

Niki & The DoveThe Fox’ – available on Amazon

Pau VallvéGeranis als balcons’ – available on Bandcamp and Amazon

Desmond WhiteDancer’ – available on Bandcamp and Amazon

Rafael Anton IrisarriThese Red Winters’ – available on Bandcamp

Peter GabrielMy Body Is A Cage’ – available on Amazon

So, for another month the playlist is over. We both hope the mixture of sounds from artists across the world has satisfied your thirst for interesting beats and vocals.

See you in February!

Any of these artists take your fancy?