These Spotify Playlists Will Soundtrack Your Lower Manhattan Experience

10/15/2021 in
These Spotify Playlists Will Soundtrack Your Lower Manhattan Experience

If you’ve ever passed by the Fearless Girl statue and felt compelled to put on a blood-pumping Olivia Rodrigo track, well, you’re not alone. And now, we’ve made it easier for you — as part of the Alliance’s Do You. Downtown marketing campaign, with themed playlists for Lower Manhattan on Spotify. 

We’ve got a playlist for Stone Street, complete with Whitney Houston and Britney Spears, natch. There’s Dock Rock for the waterfront, with none other than Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) the Dock of the Bay”, plus some Mary J. Blige and Maggie Rogers. As Above, So Below celebrates the Oculus and One World Trade with sky-high tunes by the likes of Khalid, Caribou and Disclosure. 

For fans of Revolutionary War-era remnants like Hamilton’s grave at Trinity Church, there’s The Spirit of Revolution playlist with obligatory tracks from the “Hamilton” mixtape, and, in Battery-Powered NYC​, find Ol’ Blue Eyes. And, of course, the Get Fearless, Girl’s pumpin’ playlist comes with that aforementioned Rodrigo, in addition to No Doubt, Billie Eilish and Lizzo, to name a few.  

If you’d like to listen on your own:

Rollin’ on Stone St.  

Dock Rock  

As Above, So Below  

The Spirit of Revolution 

Get Fearless, Girl 

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