Stubborn thanks too. I primarily listen to spiritual content and do indulge in instrumental polyphony but only at night. At work and in the car I just listen to St. Francis de Sales and St. John M. Vianney lately. I tend to listen to Catholic audiobooks exclusively because any real world news or content is just aimed at stressing me out or brainwashing me. If you have any other suggestions please let me know because I do genuinely want out of this hole. Father Quadrupani is good too but my mind is so crazy that I can find many loopholes to his suggestions.
I've listened to a lot of different priests' talks and sermons, but for your particular situation as I see it, your faith needs a "shot of epinephrine" then nutrition, which is why I recommended listening to Fr. Wathen, who remained true to his ordination oath till his death.
While there are some very good sermon / talks from other of the indult priests out there, the best way I can put it, is that everyone one of them lacks what you are immediately in need of - in my opinion.
For me, I do not drive much any more so I mainly listen to Catholic sermons and talks on that link on my phone when I go to bed. Been doing it this way for about the last 15 years pretty much every night, mainly with the sermons from that link I posted and I recommend you do the same - and pray 15 decades of the rosary every single day.....start with only a few decades every day and work your way up if you must, but do it.
There are some things we Catholics must do for our hope of salvation, praying 15 decades daily is one of them.