Oy... The list is long and can be quite varied. Most of the time I am listening as way to metronome my distance casts - to get in a building phase of false casting. Slow, smooth with an underlying feeling of power. So, songs that have a great long intro are key - oft repeated - as well songs with a good number of motivating choruses. And then all the classics and dirges... .
The War of Drugs has an overall tone that fits the bill, keeping me in a buzz like state with their Lost in the Dream album of a few years ago. The Cure and The Psychedelic Furs can do same. Clash at times keeps the drive on and single songs from others: Warren Zevon: 'Frank And Jesse James', Son Volt: 'Jet Pilot', Loretta Lynn & Jack White: 'Portland Oregon', Zepp: 'Over the Hills an Far Away', John Parish & Polly Jean Harvey: 'Civil War Correspondent'.
Phil: It is a source of entertainment, wondering how annoying those wireless ear pod thingies are or are not - and how many have fallen to their death off subway platforms... . My tiny lil' old i-pod (knock on wood) is still my music gadget of choice out on the practice field.