New York City is still in lockdown as it continues to grapple with the appalling effects of the coronavirus pandemic. As a stopgap measure to help locals cope with the unsettling sound of silence, the New York Public Library knocked together a playlist of familiar audio landscapes recorded in the city before the virus caused changed everything. Comprising eight tracks running a total of 16 minutes, you can immerse yourself in the familiar soundscapes of a bustling city park, a lively neighborhood restaurant, and that not so quiet library, among other places. Best enjoyed with a pair of headphones and closed eyes, you can find the evocative playlist on Spotify , or simply explore the tracks via the embedded SoundCloud player below.
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