Out To Sea: 10 Songs for Sailing + Weekly Wrap-Up!

One last nautical thing before we pack up our bags for the weekend— our 10 song picks for getting you in the seafaring mood! This is our playlist, Out To Sea: 10 Songs For Sailing. From new favorite Bryan John Appleby to The Blow (who are interviewed in this week’s D*S Newsletter!), these soft, occasionally melancholic songs will lull you like a boat bobbing on the waves. Even if there’s no water near you, hopefully this playlist will have you dreaming about it all weekend! Get the full track listing plus iTunes and Rdio links after the jump! See you on Monday! —Max

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

Out To Sea – 10 Songs for Sailing

1. Noah’s Nameless WifeBryan John Appleby

2. Lay LowShovels & Rope

3. All Shades of BlueGregory Alan Isakov

4. Deep Blue SeaPete Seeger

5. GreyAni Difranco

6. Come Away With MeNora Jones

7. River SongHurricane Roses

8. MichiganThe Milk Carton Kids

9. YouNils Frahm

10. True AffectionThe Blow

  1. Cy says:

    In response to text versus online magazines; as a creative person who works with their hands, it’s like comparing apples and oranges. They are both great ,but different. Online is just not a substitute and it never will be. It has nothing to do with “catching on”. When I worked in fashion design, some people loved drafting the patterns and others loved sculpting the fabric on the dress form. As a right brain person, I like to blend both for the best result. To use one over the other is to limit ones’ view. Big picture thinking!

  2. Lemon Tree Girl says:

    What!!!???? 10 sailing songs and not one Jimmy Buffet? That’s just not right……

  3. Orlee says:

    Loveliest mix. It rained here all weekend in the mountains, and it felt like sea mist two thousand miles from any ocean.

  4. Matilda says:

    I adored this mix guys, on constant rotation of my 8tracks playlists. Can’t wait to see what you have for October!

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