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The Lo-Fi / Indie Music Playlist

I usually find lo-fi/indie music the perfect combination to listen to when traveling or commuting to work. There’s a mannerism in the music’s pulse that constantly perpetuates a “let’s do this” vibe inside you as you make your way to your destination.

It especially feels that way when you pop in songs like “Cita a Ciegas” by Chini and the Technicians or “Reptil No Gentil” by Playa Gótica, both of which are Chilean indie groups that first banded in the early 2010s.

If you’re feeling a little more alternative (think Arctic Monkeys), try “La Novedad” by Tus Amigos Nuevos (another band from Chile – oops! I can’t help but expose my country of preference for indie music). For a hint of Brazilian hip hop, listen to Solveris’ “Paraíso Sujo” or DJ Caique’s “Cherryblossom.”

Now, for the more ethereal, other-worldly, “lo-fi” tracks: “Las rosas en el límite del noventa y ocho” by Boundary. That’s going to whisk you away into outer space. Figuratively and metaphorically, of course.

Got other LatinX lo-fi or indie artists we’ve missed? Let us know the comment section below!

Vivian Wang

Vivian is a travel enthusiast and food connoisseur living in New York City. Her curiosity and passion for languages and culture has taken her across eight countries over the past year. When not working, you can find her meandering in art museums or sampling food at the street markets.

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