Imaginary Soundtracks (Vol. 2)
For whatever reason, most of these tended to come out sounding like the backdrop for an indie film noir road-trip, lots of rustic Americana interwoven with eerie, sometimes dissonant atmospherics, typically Yo La Tengo-heavy. (Though occasionally I'd branch out and create a soundtrack for an imaginary Quentin Tarantino or John Hughes or Wes Anderson film, aping their idiosyncratic musical preferences.)
I'll try to upload a few of these to Spotify, as they're personal favorites, but here's Volume II in the series, one which I think works particularly well. Just close your eyes.