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Lose yourself in each note – A Monday Playlist

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This Week’s Monday Playlist is inspired by Audrey Horne of “Twin Peaks” and her dance scenes, old and new. Angelo Badalamenti’s composition called “Audrey’s Dance” led to the whole mood of this playlist, weaving its magic track by track until there were 30 songs to listen to. We hope you enjoy this week’s Playlist and hit Play today, and throughout the week – and maybe dance a bit to it, too.

Fall into these 30 Songs on Spotify or YouTube, or by Pressing Play on the YouTube Playlist at the end of this post.

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Lose yourself in each note – A Monday Playlist

“Audrey’s Dance” by Angelo Badalamenti
“Into the Black” by Chromatics
“Billie Holiday” by Warpaint
“God Knows (You Gotta Give to Get)” by El Perro Del Mar
“Alison” by Slowdive
“Heaven or Las Vegas” by Cocteau Twins
“I Have the Moon” by Lush
“For You” by Sharon Van Etten
“C’est la Mort” by The Civil Wars
“Fast Food” by Nadine Shah
“Trick Pony” by Charlotte Gainsbourg
“Rise” by Azure Ray
“Into Black” by Blouse
“This Time” by Land Of Talk
“Just Like Honey” by The Jesus And Mary Chain
“When You Sleep” by My Bloody Valentine
“Love Like Ghosts” by Lord Huron
“The Bat’s Mouth” by Bats For Lashes
“Butterfly Collector” by Garbage
“Windows” by Angel Olsen
“The Funeral” by Band Of Horses
“Peggy Lee” by Kristin Hersh
“Thursday” by Asobi Seksu
“23” by Blonde Redhead
“Blind” by Michael Gira
“Black Metallic” by Catherine Wheel
“Learning” by Perfume Genius
“Mind the Waves” by Tears Run Rings
“All I Wanted” by Daughter
“Cheers Darlin'” by Damien Rice

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