Nordost Playlist — March 2014

Nordost is lucky to have a wonderful team of representatives and product trainers who travel around the world educating and demonstrating the effects of Nordost’s products. As part of these demonstrations, it is our job to find an interesting and diverse selection of music to showcase our cables, power devices, sort system and accessories. Whether at shows, visiting our dealers and distributors or even in our own listening room in our headquarters in Holliston, we are constantly getting asked what music we are playing (or if our audience is not so bold to ask, we can see their Shazams working overtime). So we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to share our favorite songs of the moment. Some may be classics, some may be brand new, some may not even be to your taste, but one thing is for sure …it’s all great music.


  1. Settle Down – Kimbra –Vows
  2. Orion—Rodrigo y Gabriela—Self titled
  3. Hurricane—MSMR—Secondhand Rapture
  4. The Lady is a Tramp—Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga—Duets II
  5. Roving Gambler—Billie Joe and Norah Jones—Foreverly
  6. We the Common—Thao & The Get Down Stay Down—We The Common
  7. Eavesdrop—The Civil Wars—Self titled
  8. I’m Not In Love—Kat Edmonson—Way Down Low
  9. Everybody Wants to Rule The World—Lorde—The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  10. Wave—Beck—Morning Phase

If you have a song that you want to share, feel free to leave it here in the comment section. We are always looking for some new suggestions!

10 thoughts on “Nordost Playlist — March 2014

  1. I came to this page through the Nordost Facebook page, and in all honesty I am flabbergasted. Not a single recording/album listed here has ANY decent dynamics. They all are helpless victims of the merciless loudness war.

    May I point out this website: . Whenever I buy anything these days I check here first. If the dynamic range is below 12, I don’t even bother.

    I invested a LOT of money on my set. I am not going to ruin my pleasure by listening to crap recordings.

    • We’re sorry to hear that you didn’t like our selections this month. Maybe next month you’ll be more pleased!
      That is a handy website that you referenced, we’ll check it out!

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