Working hard to earn the respect of his sponsors with little snow in easy access growing up in Slovenia, Marko Grilc is an all around champ. Fueled by his passion for snowboarding, Marko spent his time up in the Austrian slopes building his skills in what he does best. Now known for his clean style, depth of tricks, and his own Grilisodes web series, Marko has made it in snowboarding through dedication and hard work. Check out his most recent part in Burton presents Resort [Snowboarding]. As winter 2013-14 ramps up and we look forward to watching his adventures in new webisodes, Marko shares some of his current playlist picks to listen to while snowboarding. Enjoy his selections and stay tuned for more from Marko this season.

- Stephanie Ostresh

Name: Marko Grilc
Home Resort: Absolute Park
Sponsors: Burton, Red Bull, Planet Sports, Adidas Eyewear, Absolute Park, Home, Clast

First Tracks (music that wakes you up): ”Get Lucky”, Daft Punk ft. Pharrel.
Daft Punk ft. Pharrel

Pow Ballad (favorite song to ride pow to): ”Drive It Like You Stole It”, The Glitch Mob (King Fantastic Remix).
The Glitch Mob (King Fantastic Remix)

Jib Jam (favorite song to jib to): Hmmm, I’ ll let you know when I go on a jib trip this season.

Rock Ride (what song pumps you up the most during a session): ”Power”, Kanye West. I usually eat shit from over-motivation if I ride to music, so no pump up songs..
Kanye West

Cool Down (what’s your mellow post riding song): ”Cloudlight”, Eskmo.
Eskmo

Pre Aprés (what do you listen to before you go out at night): ”Started from the Bottom”, Drake.
Drake

What is your favorite video part song of all-time? Nicolas Muller — Busta Rhymes.

What video part song that you’ve used have you been most stoked on?  “Lisztomania”, Phoenix (Redial Remix) in the Gnarllberg Grilosode.
Phoenix (Redial Remix)

If you could be one rock star, who would it be? Jimmy Hendrix.

Simple Guilty Pleasures (what are you ashamed to admit you actually like): ”Milkshake”, Kelis.
Kelis

Turn it Down (music you can’t stand): Turbo Folk.

Turn it Off (worst song ever): ”Blue,” Eiffel 65.
Eiffel 65