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Constant Feel Good Music with a Euro-dancy edge to keep you boosted.
The Dandy Warhols,
Spend the afternoon soaking up the swirling sounds of the shoegazer era. Drift off with these woozy, trippy, and sometimes fuzzed-out tracks from the scene's leading lights as well as some notable lesser-known acts.
My Bloody Valentine,
Sink into the gently serrated sound of shoegaze, that amorphous strain of British indie pop of the late '80s and early '90s. All the original shoegazer hits are here, from all the key figures in the scene that celebrated itself.
A compilation of contemporary female artists who refuse to mold to society's ideal. These ladies are not for the faint of heart and that's exactly why we love them. This playlist includes upbeat electro, rap, soul. NSFW.
Inspired by the GTA V radio station, this mix of garage and indie rock is "the soundtrack to your broken dreams and unspent potential."
Bass Drum Of Death,
The Black Angels,
Slide into spring like you're wearing socks on a hardwood floor with this exuberant, decades-spanning mix of bouncy disco and melodic dance pop that includes everything from classic Prince cuts to tracks from today's indie dance-pop royalty.
Earth, Wind & Fire,
Your swimsuit, your shades, and this driving mix of smooth summer grooves and Technicolor hip hop beats. Ocean breeze or the AC. You're ready.
Highlights from the critically-acclaimed albums released in the Spring of 2012. Updated weekly with brand new music that you won't hear on the radio.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
We've got the beats to keep you from missing a step. Warning: these tunes may fill you with an inexplicable need to ditch the walk and take up a serious "prancercising" practice.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs,