How to get the biggest hipster out of you.
And we know, the first thing that pops into your head when you hear this is, “I have a huge hipster in me, and I don’t want to listen to hipster music.”
It’s that common, but it’s also true for most of us.
This week, Mashable sat down with our friends at Beli to talk about their music, their influences, and the way they got into hipster culture.
Beli is a New York based, New York-based hipster collective that consists of people who like to listen and create music together.
Their music is often very eclectic, but they tend to lean towards indie rock, garage, alternative, and pop.
The collective also has a penchant for making music videos.
You can see a few of their videos above.
Beli’s first album, “Trap the Walls,” was released last year.
The album is a mix of hipster and underground music, with the collective featuring some of the most popular artists in the underground world such as the Beastie Boys, Beastie Babies, the Black Keys, and Young Thug.
The group is also known for producing hipster, rap, and R&B records.
You can find more of Beli on their website, Facebook, and Twitter.
Here are some of our favorite highlights from the conversation:You can follow Beli and Beli in the comments below, or like them on Facebook.
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