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Celebrate summer with the good vibes of the ’70s

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Jessica -May 16, 2016, 9:19AM
Great playlist but I'm confused by the inclusion of "Black Velvet"...that was released in 1989! I guess between that and the songs from the 60's that Cynthia pointed out already, it all averages out to the 70's! :D
Blog @ TLC Carpet Cleaning -May 15, 2016, 2:48PM
You have made Killer playlist! Sultans of Swing is one of my all time favourites!

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The best music for all of your festival curiosities!

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Brittany -May 14, 2016, 2:44AM
Thanks for sharing! The album I CANNOT STOP listening to is A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead. Since it's not available on Spotify, I made the purchase on iTunes and can I say I have not enjoyed listening to an album over and over and over so much since Father John Misty's I love you, Honeybear and then some albums we more often purchased when CDs were a thing. It's soft, it's grownup and it's inexplicable, hauntingly beautiful. Anyone and everyone should buy now!! xo -Brittany

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This story does not need an introduction. Read More

Aurelija -Apr 14, 2016, 4:23AM
I got so excited while reading this. I am so happy for you. And the pictures are just amazing. Very nice!

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Find your focus in this meditative playlist. Read More

Ella -Apr 27, 2016, 8:56AM
Very nice list! these songs are great for yoga.
Zoe -Apr 10, 2016, 3:58PM
Love this! as a student yoga teacher im always on the hunt for yoga tunes. Zoe www.bohomixology.com

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The new music you’ve been looking for is here. Now.
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Andy Dubois -May 10, 2016, 4:43PM
This playlist is BOMB. Thanks for sharing ! IG @giandyontheroad

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Model Aline Weber is a festival goddess — listen to her exclusive festival playlist for Free People! Read More

Suzyq -Apr 25, 2016, 11:06AM
Electronica - really? Not my type of festival.
Hippie fish -Mar 22, 2016, 4:37AM
Aline's style, going to listen to the playlist now. Thanks for sharing.

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It doesn’t get any better than chill vibes, good tunes and Aussies.

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What albums define you? What was the first album you ever bought?

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Suzy Williams -Mar 22, 2016, 1:08PM
Hello Julie, Stoked on your Into the Groove playlist - The first album I ever purchased was by Townes Van Zandt "Rear View Mirror" (1997) It's definitely a chill-out , visceral driving music, listen while doing art album ... It gets my mind turning with On the other hand, your ZZ-Top and The Clash music rendition has me feeling a Sitar Inspired Festival Playlist I wanted to share with you. :) With warmer temps approaching quickly I'm dusting off my long flowy skirts and lacey crop tops. I like to call this "Spring Sitar"' or "Festivibes" Real Life Permanent Dream - Tomorrow Paint it Black - The Rolling Stones When We Was Fab - George Harrison Paper Sun - Traffic Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan Turn Down Day - The Cyrkle Norwegian Wood - Beatles Oh Deed I Do - Elyse Weinberg One Grain of Sand - Wizz Jones Holiday Inn - Elton John Smiles, Suzy Instagram: SuzyMoonBeams
fp julie -Mar 21, 2016, 2:37PM
Megan - Nothing wrong with a little Alanis! :)

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There is an endless amount of music available to us, but why does it feel like the good stuff is so hard to find?Read More

Christine Sheridan -Apr 25, 2016, 3:27PM
There is a great presenter/DJ on an Irish radio station, although he presents the show in Irish it doesn't matter because he just plays the music and names the tracks, he receives 600 new suggestions every week from listeners around the world, Cian O Ciobhan on: http://www.rte.ie/rnag/an-taobh-tuathail/ lots of new music there, and you can't beat BBC 6 Music, digital station for the best range of music and presenters, Iggy Pop, Cerys Mathews, Guy Garvey and lots of others, top of their game, will be checking out your suggestions thanks.
fp joanna -Mar 17, 2016, 1:30PM
Love this conversation - thanks Elysia, Ella, Ally and Indy! Word of mouth is still one of the best ways, totally agree with you guys! xx, Joanna

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Festival season is on its way — we want to know what fests are on your radar!Read More

AD -Apr 15, 2016, 11:26AM
BEARDFEST -- Hammonton NJ -- June 16th -18th One of the best up and coming jam/jazz/funk/rock/fusion bands -Out of the Beardspace- curates a spectacular lineup that gets better and better every year. Cory Henry of Snarky Puppy, Start Making Sense, Moon Hooch, Screaming Headless Torsos Heath/wellness & environmental workshops all in Philly's backyard -- the beautiful Pine Barrens of NJ. Dance on the sand or in the water with some of the best people (and pet friendly). Beautiful inside & out! http://liveforlivemusic.com/news/beardfest-reveals-diverse-lineup-with-cory-henry-start-making-sense-and-screaming-headless-torsos/
Lauren Massarella -Apr 08, 2016, 3:51PM
We are headed to Coachella in two weeks, which I cannot wait for because I haven't been there since 2010. But, coming from Chicago, we have an incredible lineup coming up this season. We'll for sure be at Pitchfork (my favorite), Lollapalooza, Riot Fest and Mamby at the Beach and then some. I love the vibe of a good festival...can't wait! XO

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Australia is rich in several goods…especially music!

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Aspira Clothing -Mar 09, 2016, 3:11AM
This playlist is perfect! x0x0 www.AspiraClothing.com -Empowering women to feel beautiful in her own skin
Kiss & Make-up -Mar 09, 2016, 3:06AM
I don't know much (or make that anything) about Aussie music, so thanks for sharing :-)

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The new music you’ve been looking for is here. Now. Read More

Isobel -Mar 05, 2016, 9:20AM
Jack Garrett is my new favourite artist, he has such a fresh sound http://www.blogspot.mugamara.com
Megan b -Feb 27, 2016, 10:27AM
I recently discovered Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - S.O.B. Don't know why I've never heard of them until now, but I became slightly obsessed with this song and their sound.

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