From series composer David Carbonara’s contributions to period-specific pieces that zooms you back to the early 1960s, the music is one of the elements that makes Mad Men so special.
So come on, check it off now.
A surprisingly warm tone eventually gives way to something more fractured, shattered, and eventually becomes somewhat haunting. Well, this is Radiohead, right?
One listen and you’ll be on the pull.
Britney at her darkest, sleekest, pulsing synth-est best. Best-est?
It’s rangy and genre bend-y. It’s electronic and lounge-y and rock and dance-y and then it’s an ethereal kind of something else.
Revved up garage rock with punk attitude. Get it.
Brazilian and bossa nova roots with a modern upbeat lounge feel.