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Need new art studio playlists to listen to? Well, Artists Network and Artists Magazine asked readers to suggest songs for the entire creative process, whether you’re warming up creativity or winding down from a seriously productive painting session. And their recommendations did not disappoint.

Get ready to add some new tunes to your art studio playlists. But be warned, artists, some of these may just get stuck in your head! Enjoy!

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Art Studio Playlists to Paint, Draw or Dabble

The relationship between music and art is a long and storied one. The two disciplines have influenced each other in ways obvious and subtle for more than a century. Painters such as Wassily Kandinsky sought to emulate music’s effortless evocation of subtle, almost unnamable emotions, resulting in a new, totally abstract form of painting.

Ready to break the silence in your art studio? We’ve got you covered. Need a thought-provoking melody to help you come up with your next idea? How about an energetic tune to keep you focused — or something peaceful for sitting back and admiring your work?

Assemble the perfect art studio playlists from the suggestions below and be sure to see how 37 successful artists incorporate music into their creative processes (or not) in Inside the Art Studio, available as an eBook download.

Meditative Melodies

Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones (Photo by Paul Natkin/Getty Images) | Art Studio Playlists | Finding the Perfect Songs for Your Creative Process

Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones (Photo by Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

Cultivate focus and plan your art project with some serene songs:

  • Sugar Water by Cibo Matto (suggested by Kate Fahrer McKay)
  • Paint the Sky With Stars by Enya (suggested by Joyce Menchhofer Bills)
  • Take This Waltz by Leonard Cohen (suggested by Jen Lawton)
  • What a Wonderful World by Louie Armstrong (suggested by Joyce Menchhofer Bills)
  • You Were Always on My Mind by Willie Nelson (suggested by Carolyn DeMichele)
  • Shine on You Crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd (suggested by John Horbacz)
  • Queen of the Slipstream by Van Morrison (suggested by Pamela Collins Pruitt)
  • Blood of Eden by Peter Gabriel (suggested by Karyne Parent)
  • Blood Like Lemonade by Morcheeba (suggested by Hiroki Takahashi)
  • Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones (suggested by Georgie Parsons)
  • Soulshine by The Allman Brothers Band (suggested by Ginger Clarke-Wilson)
  • Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem (suggested by Veronika Kothmeyer)
  • Ram On by Paul McCartney (suggested by Pamela J. Draper)
  • A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harum (suggested by Sandy M. Siino)
  • The Detectorists by Johnny Flynn
  • Love Song by Adele
  • Blue in Green by Miles Davis
  • Boy From School by Hot Chip
  • Nothing Compares 2U by Sinéad O’Connor
  • The Night We Met by Lord Huron
  • Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley
  • The Weight by The Band

Energy Builders

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Charles Mingus (Photo by Bettman/Getty Images)

Get those creative juices flowing with these energizing tunes:

  • Queen of Peace by Florence + the Machine (suggested by Kate Plum)
  • Miss You by Alabama Shakes (suggested by Chelsie Nachreiner-Wickman)
  • Fight Song by Rachel Platten (suggested by Nancy Bradford)
  • Libertango by Yo-Yo Ma (suggested by Ana Maria Polanco)
  • Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Winter) (suggested by Marta Lucila Chellie Vega)
  • Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd (suggested by Marta Lucila Chellie Vega)
  • Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison (suggested Carol Ciarapica Toth)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute (suggested by Patricia Schalbrack)
  • Living for the City by Stevie Wonder
  • Rhiannon by Fleetwood Mac (suggested by Denise Lehrke)
  • Ain’t Nobody’s Problem by The Lumineers (suggested by Amy Elizabeth)
  • Titans by Vangelis (suggested by Chrissa Hanna)
  • Gypsy by Fleetwood Mac (suggested by Denise Lehrke)
  • Fuchsia Swing Song by Sam Rivers (suggested by Lori Joy)
  • Hands by Jewel (suggested by Jean Marie Bucich)
  • Free Man in Paris by Joni Mitchell (suggested by Tom Sullivan)
  • Dressed in Black by Sia (suggested by Carmel Morgan)
  • This Is Me by Keala Settle, The Greatest Showman Ensemble (suggested by Rachel Wirt)
  • Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars (suggested by Gloria Ruybal Muniz)
  • Green Onions by Booker T. & the M.G.s (suggested by Thomas VanArsdale)
  • Paint It Black by The Rolling Stones (suggested by Katherine Jalleh Northam)
  • All of You by Betty Who (suggested by Mai Vang)
  • The Boxer by Simon & Garfunkel (suggested by Carlos Alberto Soto)
  • Walking With a Ghost by Tegan and Sarah
  • Intro by The XX
  • Moanin’ by Charles Mingus
  • You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon
  • Baba O’Riley by The Who
  • Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man
  • Electric Feel by MGMT

Cool Down Songs

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Joni Mitchell (Photo by Maury Phillips/ WireImage/ Getty Images)

Reflect on the day’s creative work with these captivating songs:

  • Jules Massenet’s “Meditation” from Thaïs (suggested by Karen McCloney)
  • Where I’ve Been by Rival Sons (suggested by Sue Menebroker McElligott)
  • Johan Pachelbel’s Canon in D (suggested by Bronwyn Merritt)
  • Perfect by Ed Sheeran (suggested by Louise Fisher Sanscartier)
  • You Know I’m No Good by Amy Winehouse (suggested by Kate Fahrer McKay)
  • Tapestry by Carole King (suggested by Judy Tucker)
  • Mona Lisa by Natalie Cole (suggested by Joyce Menchhofer Bills)
  • When I Paint the Masterpiece by The Band and Bob Dylan (suggested by Joyce Menchhofer Bills)
  • Tougher Than the Rest by Bruce Springsteen (suggested by Tess Lehman)
  • The Wave by Antonio Carlos Jobim (suggested by Lisa Lorenz)
  • Philosopher’s Stone by Van Morrison (suggested by Carole C. Martin)
  • I’ll Be Good by Jaymes Young (suggested by Emily Rose Baker)
  • Fantaseo by Strunz and Farrah (suggested by Shannon Patrick)
  • Skeleton Tree by Nick Cave & the Bad
  • Seeds (suggested by Herman Heijmans)
  • Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending (suggested by Nigel Sargeant)
  • Earth Song by Michael Jackson (suggested by Diana Stasaitytė)
  • This Must Be the Place (Naïve Melody) by Talking Heads
  • End of The Line by The Traveling Wilburys
  • Touch of Grey by Grateful Dead
  • You Can’t Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones
  • Mystery of Love by Sufjan Stevens
  • Oblivion by Bastille
  • Fix You by Coldplay
  • Look After You by The Fray
  • Someone Else by LANY
  • Sunday Morning by The Velvet Underground & Nico
  • Simple as This by Jake Bugg
  • Somewhere Only We Know by Keane
  • On Melancholy Hill by Gorillaz
  • Two Weeks by Grizzly Bear

Several songs featured in this article, which first appeared in Artists Magazine, were suggested by our awesome followers on Facebook. Thank you for your recommendations! We certainly enjoyed listening to them!

Did your favorite songs make our art studio playlists? If so, tell us which ones in the comments! If they didn’t, be sure to share your favorites with us; they just might be added to the Artists Network playlists on Spotify. Happy listening and art-making, artists!

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