1. Quasimoto, "Low Class Conspiracy"
Elijah Rawk of Phony Ppl: "'Low Class Conspiracy' by Quasimoto touches on the 'hunt' police officers seem to be on with unnecessary traffic stops as a result of profiling, which generally ends up with a disproportionate and inappropriate response, to non-crimes, that get blown out of proportion to justify a police officer's actions. At the end of the song, the subjects of the song are released with no issue because the cops find nothing on them and were inaccurate in their profiling. This is a situation we as a band, and I personally, run into ALL THE TIME, as a driver. I turn this song on every time it happens and it puts a big smile on my face because I know that at least two of us live to fight another day."
4. Stereolab, "Pop Quiz"
Steve Lacy of The Internet: "It's an automatic smile on my face, from the moment the beat drops after the bubbly noise fades out. The sound selection, placement of melodies and harmonies, the drum beat — it just brings me so much joy, no matter what I'm going through."