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    nylon x olay fresh effects: the best of coachella playlist

    our favorite tunes from the performing artists.

    by christie chu April 16, 2014

    We can't help but dream of traveling back in time to this past weekend's festival in the desert. I mean, seriously, what's better than this stuff? So, we've put together a playlist to transport you to those sunny, fun-filled days. Because really, if we could, we'd hit music festivals forever.

    "Moment" - Damian Lazarus

    -- This melodic, nostalgic song is perfect for relaxing out in a grassy field.


    "Foreign Language" - Flight Facilities, Jess

    -- We can't get this light and catchy tune out of our heads. 


    "Country Song" - Solomun

    -- An electronic country song suited for foot-stomping.


    "Summertime Sadness" - Lana Del Rey

    -- Because we love our girl Lana, and her smokey vocals give us goosebumps every time.


    "Ms. Jackson" - Outkast

    -- You really can't go wrong with an Outkast classic.


    "Fancy Footwork" - Chromeo

    -- Chromeo can definitely get a crowd dancing.


    "You Gonna Want Me" - Tiga

    -- Because Tiga is hilarious, and "You Gonna Want Me" is a definitive dance classic. 


    "Okay" - Holy Ghost

    -- Because who doesn't love a good synth-pop track?


    "Cellphone's Dead" - Beck

    -- From the guy that brought you "Girl," "Cellphone's Dead" is another best of Beck's.


    "El Bandido" - Nicolas Jaar

    -- One of Jaar's earlier tracks, this song is perfect for an after-sunset chill-out session.


    "Rebellion (Lies)" - Arcade Fire

    -- A great track by one of our all-time favorite bands.


    "Where Is My Mind?" - Pixies

    -- Because every time we hear this song, we lose it.


    "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea" - Neutral Milk Hotel

    -- This song makes us feel like going on a cruise in the '50s.


    "Psychic City (Classixx Remix)" - YACHT

    -- The lyrics make us want to hang out with our friends and go dancing.


    "Lights" - Ellie Goulding

    -- Harmony Korine ended Spring Breakers with this song, so we'll end our playlist with it.


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