Beats & Burn Vol. 36 - January Playlist

Beats & Burn Vol. 36 - January Playlist

Well, 2019, you've certainly got our attention—just 27 days into the new year and we've already experienced a total lunar eclipse, a supermoon, a blood moon and quite possibly the moodiest weather known to man. But these natural phenomenons aren't the only things to grab our attention lately, with the release of our new (and perhaps most exciting) Spring/Summer collection coming down the pike, we can barely contain our excitement for what's in store for our Bridge Burner community. 
This month's Beats & Burn playlist, curated by our friend David Ireland, contains a very fitting set of tracks for the current state of affairs. A beautiful mash up of dark matter with small tinges of hopeful light, our January playlist will make you feel all the feels, and we're here for it.



Over the last couple of years, I’ve been listening to a lot of cinematic electronic stuff and artists that kind of straddle the line between classical and electronic, often called neoclassical. Artist like Nils Frahm, Max Richter, Agnes Obel, and Dustin O’Halloran create the perfect music for introspective winter walks on cloudy January days. This mix was made for a kind of melancholy mediation or emotional reset after the post-holiday void, a perfect audio companion for a month that can often leave us feeling a little blank - nothing but feels here. Enjoy.

THE MIXER@magnetic_mag | magneticmagmagnetic_magazine
David Ireland began his career in 1995 as creator and publisher of BPM Magazine.  In August of 2000, BPM Magazine merged with LLC, an online media company based in Los Angeles, which later evolved into the Overamerica Media Group [OMG] in 2003.  In 2009 Ireland left Overamerica Media Group to serve as the VP of Marketing at Diesel and In 2011 Ireland returned to his roots in media and cofounded the online electronic music publication Magnetic Magazine  ( and The Magnetic Agency Group. In June of 2018, Ireland joined Winter Music Conference (now owned by Ultra Music Festival) as the Director to lead the brand reboot for 2019 and usher in a new era for the iconic brand.


Inspired by the recent Blood Moon, or how we would have liked to experienced it. Instead, Portland had a fitting view of a cloudy sky as the moon moved into the last phase of its total eclipse. A new year brings time to reflect on our purpose in this world, and nature always seems to do its job by putting us in our place. Watercolor & Pen. 

THE ARTIST | | @art0fst0ne |
Rebecca Stone is a tree lovin' gal trying to survive the concrete jungle. Her artwork is inspired by the natural world around us and our complicated relationship with it. She continues to make art with traditional materials in an ever increasing digitalized world.
She supports her art habit by doing commissions! Check out her website, Instagram, or send her an email!