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.
The most incredible ‘80s album… of 2010.
For that uniquely trip-hoppy, moody, atmospheric, and posh-sounding vibe.
It’s the ambient techno stuff, the delicate downtempo stuff, the use of strings and subtle vocals with electronic backbeats.
Groovy and swinging (and clever and funny).
Orchestral strings, hip hop beats, and gorgeous lounge vocals that always keeps it moving while keeping it chill.
An enveloping, elegant vibe that quite simply brings true musical pleasures.
Conjures hyper specific sound collages and creates songs that immediately feel essential.
An incredible soundtrack for a movie that doesn’t exist.
Hip length and hip swinging breakbeats and super stylish swinging samples.
For when you’re ready to feel relaxed and swanky at the same time.
Electronic lounge journeys, dark and synth-y at times, with great energy, pulse, and beats.
Spanning elegant, gorgeous pop, soul, and down and dirty blues in the best kind of way.
YouTube’s lofi girl and Spotify yield lofi hip hop bliss. That’s a bingo!
If I had to choose one word to describe this album, it’s swanky.
Exquisite 1950s-era New York City jazz replete with vibraphone tidings and jazz lounge vibes.
This album represents the best of the kind of music listening I do these days while working or hanging out with friends and friends during cocktail hour.