New Music Mondays: Contemporary Playlist, Part 2

The term “contemporary dance” has evolved over the past few years to encompass a variety of dance genres. On TV shows like “So You Think You Can Dance”, it overlaps into lyrical, modern, ballet and jazz. Here is a playlist attempting the span the reaches of contemporary dance. Leaning more ballet/lyrical… check out the Slow and Delicate songs. Or pick up the pace for some jazzier selections. Miss your lyrical face? Bring on the angst!

Click here for Contemporary Playlist, Part 1

Soft and Delicate
Lighthouse – Hope
Breakable – Ingrid Michaelson (Bonus: 3/4 Time!) Breakable - Girls and Boys
Glitter In The Air – Pink Glitter In the Air - Funhouse (Deluxe Version)

Picking Up The Pace
Move You – Anya Marina Move You [SSSPII] - Slow & Steady Seduction: Phase II
Help I’m Alive – Metric Help I'm Alive - Fantasies
Rebellion (Lies) – The Arcade Fire Rebellion (Lies) - Funeral

A Bit Angsty
Pitter-Pat – Erin McCarley Pitter-Pat - Love, Save the Empty (Bonus Track Version)
Nicest Thing – Kate Nash Nicest Thing - Made of Bricks (Bonus Track Version)
Broken – Seether ft. Amy Lee Broken (feat. Amy Lee) - The Punisher (Original Soundtrack)

Off The Wall & Slightly Exotic
Hi – Psapp Hi - The Only Thing I Ever Wanted
Drumming Song – Florence & The Machine Drumming Song - Lungs
Amazon – M.I.A. Amazon - Arular

Click here for the full playlist in iTunes
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