I'm big into listening OST for movies and video games.
Two of my favourites for when I am working are from Mass Effect.
For when you feel you need to casually explore the cosmos in your spaceship.
Because sometimes you need to feel as if your lying in wait in orbit about to strike...
Haven't played the new Mass Effect yet, I can only hope they retain the old soundtracks.
I'm also partial to the music from the old Playstation Tomb Raider games - just puts me in that puzzle exploration vibe. Angel of Darkness for the PS2 was a pretty terrible game, but the soundtrack took elements of old TR and gave them the full orchestral treatment. They did do this to some degree with TR: anniversary, but Angel of Darkness soundtrack contains different elements from all the early games. In a weird way, the soundtrack speaks to the vision they were going for with that game, a vision they never really met with the gameplay.
I have a recent habit of listening to Halo V's Light is Green in the mornings. It just gets me going...
If anyone cares, I have my cinemental spotify playlist that includes a lot of film and video game soundtracks. It's my go to nowadays listen to it more than normal music. I'm not sure why I love scores so much, I guess it's because the music goes hand in hand with an action I'm performing in a video game or a thought or tone that is displayed onscreen in a movie. In the more mundane parts of my day, it helps to keep those interactions up.