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Those who’ve been to our flagship Beekman 1802 Mercantile in Sharon Springs, NY, know that we pay attention to every detail. This includes what we call the aural decor.  We create a new music mix four times a year corresponding to the change in the seasons.

It’s a very important task as it sets the entire “tone” for the customer experience.  We always turn to our music dilettante, Angela Rae Berg, to clue us into the coolest new sounds.

Here’s a selection of what you’ll hear when you step in the Mercantile this autumn.   We guarantee you’ll leave the Mercantile a little hipper than when you entered.

Shake by The Head and the Heart

The Ceiling by The Wild Feathers

Alabama Pines by Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit

1957 by Milo Greene

Royals by Lorde

Living Proof by Gregory Alan Isakov

San Solomon by Balmorhea

Beautiful Day by Marie and the redCat

Never Wanted Your Love by She & Him

Pompeii by Bastille

Unbelievers by Vampire Weekend

Another Love by Tom Odell

Heart Beats by Hey Marseilles

The Walk by Mayor Hawthorne

Dust to Dust by The Civil Wars

Same Love by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

Nicest Things by Kate Nash

Lightning Bolt by Jake Bugg

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  • By: Melissa

    You have some of my favorites on here (Jason Isbell!!!) Have some great indie artists I would to suggest for future! What is best way to do that?

    • By: Dr. Brent

      Hi, Melissa. Leave your suggestions right here as a comment that way everyone can see them and check them out

  • By: Chris

    This is a really nice mix. You should give a listen to The Avett Brothers also – good folksy vibe.

  • By: Awesome Amy (@amleonard83)

    Now, this is my kind of mix. Folk and bluegrass are my top genres. Another great song by The Head and The Heart is “Lost in My Mind”. Also much love for The Civil Wars and Milo Greene

  • By: Liz

    Royals by Lorde has been getting lots of play on the stations I usually have on, and at first, I didn’t care for it, but it’s gown on me, and I find myself often singing along. I’ll have to try some of your other picks.

  • By: Vickie Martin

    I made a playlist from your selections on my Rhapsody account. Thank you for introducing me to artists I didn’t know. Love it.

  • By: Elizabeth Carren

    Thanks for sharing the list! Love finding new music.. And given the source here, or should I say, hear (ha ha)- I’m sure there will be many I’m thrilled by!

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