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3:36 (Music To Sleep To) is an experimental ambient music album by Poppy and Titanic Sinclair. The album was specifically designed to help facilitate a full night of sleep and encourage a healthy dream state.

Details

3:36 (Music To Sleep To) was released exclusively onto Poppy's Bandcamp account on October 17th, 2016, ready to be purchased and/or streamed. The album does not contain any of Poppy's vocals. The tracks are a set of instrumentals composed and produced by Poppy's director, Titanic Sinclair. The album is $10 dollars USD.

Poppy later mentioned the album and promoted it in her video titled "Ambient Music". In this video, she claims that that her true passion is creating ambient music, as well as that a portion of the proceeds made by the album will go directly to people who suffer from sleep apnea.

Tracklist

No. Track Artist Producer Length
1. "Obnoxious Blocks" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:42
2. "Mind Aide" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:34
3. "Catholic Camera" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 03:59
4. "Drop in the Ocean" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:38
5. "Me Time Me" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:46
6. "Phonic" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:32
7. "Glass Milk" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:04
8. "Telepathy" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:06
9. "Air People" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:36
10. "Doctor Bite" Poppy

Titanic Sinclair

Titanic Sinclair 04:25

Audio

3-36 (Music To Sleep To) FULL

3-36 (Music To Sleep To) FULL

Trivia

  • The album's name, 3:36, is a reference to Poppy's video of the same name as well as the timestamp of Mars Argo's video "Everybody Wants it All".
  • Some of the songs heard in the album also appear in the background of Poppy's videos.
  • When producing the album, the Poppy team sought the help of polysomnographists at the Washington University School of Medicine and later gave them a special thanks for their insights.
Discography