Any drama series fan worth their salt knows that half the strength of these shows is the soundtrack.
The sweeping pop rock that plays during each intense scene is there to set the tone, and maybe introduce you to an awesome new artist.
Monday night on the box, we saw Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice and The Good Wife.
We made you a little playlist of the best songs across the board from these dramas!
Sorrow by The National (From Grey’s Anatomy, 19:30 on M-Net)
Brooklyn’s The National are one of the strongest, most consistent indie rock acts in the game. Some years into a prolific career, Matt Berninger’s rich vocals close out tonight’s episode on Sorrow, from the album High Violet.
Magic Arrow by Timber Timbre (From The Good Wife, 20:30 on M-Net)
Canadian folk outfit Timber Timbre (named after some recordings they did in a cabin in the woods outside of Ontario) offer a brooding, soulful beginning and end to tonight’s episode of The Good Wife.
The Colored Night by Blind Pilot (From Private Practice, 21:30 on M-Net)
Indie pop band Blind Pilot have generated all kinds of buzz stateside with their unique brand of pretty acoustic alchemy. The Colored Night plays while Addison talks to Jake, and Sam listens to Pete.
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