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Get intimate with these lushly arranged records full of artful elegance.
Plunge into a Lynchian state of mind through this off-kilter mix of the macabre, the bluesy, and the eerie that embody the wonderful and strange confusion of David Lynch's world.
John Lee Hooker
Clear, concise and creative solo piano recordings that evoke a contemplative and, at times, nocturnal feeling. Perfect for late night unwinding.
If you're not stuck in a nation-wide gridlock, snow storms can actually be pretty peaceful. Put on this mix of tranquil indie tunes with precipitous-sounding rhythmic accents when you finally decide to bundle up and get your snow angel on.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.,
A collection of ethereal, melodic, and ambient songs to help you unwind after work. From current indie to forgotten gems from the past, everything reverberates with the same dreamy aesthetics.
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This is the funky, abrasive, and distinctive sound of downtown NYC's various post-punk scenes of the late '70s and early '80s.
As blue-eyed soul matured beyond its '60s roots, elements of funk, fusion and even disco beats started to percolate through the music. Come back to the decade where blue-eyed soul expanded its mind.
Hall & Oates,
Some girls buy their music on import vinyl. Some girls think all the best rock 'n' roll was made between 1954 and 1979. Some girls think it's important to stay cool even at their most impassioned. Jessa is one of those girls.
The Rolling Stones,
The term "indie" may conjure up thoughts of a scrappy aesthetic, but as these exceptional acts prove, there's plenty of room for a more refined sound as well.