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Your Nature Driving Soundtrack

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So, if you're on your way to find some Nature in LA this weekend, might we suggest downloading two tracks from Oliver Wang's Soul-Sides? He was in town this past weekend and came across The Devics and Feist (one of our favorite artists from 2005) while listening to Anne Litt's new show on KCRW - The A Track (which is also available daily at kcrwmusic.com).

This LAist contributor is currently bouncing Madlib's Beat Konducta Pts 1-2: Movie Scenes, J-Dilla's Donuts and Nina Simone's Silk & Soul on those long commutes up and down the 405.

What's comin' out your boomin' system?

Those Hollywood twigs and branches are courtesy of Granada Hills resident, Kris Kros.

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