In which I write about music, design, art & whatever else tickles my fancy.

Lost in July

  1. Go to Hell — Empress Of
  2. Don’t Delete the Kisses — Wolf Alice
  3. Blood Orange — Low Chimes
  4. HarbourSOHN
  5. Asido — Purity Ring
  6. Baba — Bilderbuch
  7. Get Up — The Blow
  8. See You Again — Tyler, the Creator (feat. Kali Uchis)
  9. New York — St. Vincent
  10. Offering — Cults
  11. A Fever Dream — Everything Everything
  12. The Pure and the Damned — Oneohtrix Point Never (feat. Iggy Pop)
  13. Road Head — Japanese Breakfast
  14. Livets Kollision — Franske Piger
  15. Turn It Off (Unplugged) — Deap Vally
  16. Streets Been Talkin’ — Kele Okereke
  17. Strangest Thing — The War on Drugs
  18. Mouth Guards of the Apocalypse — Broken Social Scene
  19. Neighbors — Grizzly Bear
  20. Valley Boy — Wolf Parade
August 14thShare

Lissie: ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ (Kid Cudi cover)

There are days where you just really need to join tipsy Lissie’s pursuit of happiness, and today is most definitely one of them.

June 9thShare


  1. Morning Yawn — Febueder
  2. Rainbow City — Cloud Control
  3. Trouble Adjusting — Miya Folick
  4. Slomo — Slowdive
  5. Immigrant Boogie — Ghostpoet
  6. Stolen — Son Lux
  7. Die 4 You — Perfume Genius
  8. American DreamLCD Soundsystem
  9. Radio — Sylvan Esso
  10. Zakochany Czlowiek — Better Person
  11. Susan — Jack Ladder
  12. Broken Record — Alex Ebert
  13. Coolverine — Mogwai
  14. Hug of Thunder — Broken Social Scene
  15. Moonlight on the River — Mac Demarco
  16. Thinking of a Place — The War on Drugs
  17. Chariot — Beach House
  18. Edge of the World, Pt. 2 — Pond
June 6thShare

Miya Folick: ‘Trouble Adjusting’

Lately, I’ve been low-key geeking out to the tunes of Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Miya Folick.

Folick’s latest single ‘Trouble Adjusting’ is wonderfully chaotic, crunchy — and has an irrisistable 90s alt-vibe going on, that makes you want to drop everything and ugly-dance like no one’s watching.

Folick’s new EP, named ‘Give it to Me’, will be out this summer.

May 15thShare

Slowdive: ‘Slowdive’

Shoegaze heavyweights Slowdive just released their first album in two decades, and it’s absolutely glorious!

Friday night soundtrack, sorted.

May 5thShare

Insensible April

  1. Oh Oh — Shout Out Louds
  2. It Gets More Blue — Girlpool
  3. In Cold Blood — Alt-J
  4. Mirage — Alexandra Savior
  5. Money — Pr0files
  6. Freak Like Me —NoMBe
  7. Chanel — Frank Ocean
  8. Ocean — Goldfrapp
  9. Twist Quest — Mew
  10. Century — Feist (feat. Jarvis Cocker)
  11. Night Skiing — L.A. Takedown
  12. Tired as Fuck — The Staves
  13. Birdie — Father John Misty
  14. Sewer Blues — Timber Timbre
  15. As the World Caves In — Matt Maltese
May 2ndShare

Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam: ‘A 1000 Times’

So, I’m way outside the target group for Netflix’s latest teen drama ‘13 Reasons Why’ — but I’ll be darned if they haven’t been completely smashing it with the soundtrack, which features a variety of brilliant more or less well-known tracks from the past several decades.

An absolute standout is 2016’s ‘A 1000 Times’ by power duo Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam of the Walkmen and Vampire Weekend fame, respectively. The entire thing is impeccably produced, so ridiculously catchy that part of my brain is still convinced that it’s got to be a cover of something else, and Leithauser’s vocals have never sounded better.

Here’s to one more year of ‘A 1000 Times’ on repeat.

April 26thShare

March Placidness

  1. Slip Away — Perfume Genius
  2. Die Young — Sylvan Esso
  3. <3 — Broen
  4. All Through the Night — Oberhofer
  5. Renato Dall’Ara (2008) — Los Campesinos!
  6. I Feel So Wrong — Sleaford Mods
  7. Baybee — Jay Som
  8. Klopfgeist — Meursault
  9. I See You — Dirty Projectors
  10. Anoche — Arca
  11. In My DreamsANOHNI
  12. Lost in Light — Moon Duo
  13. Barleycorn — Johnny Flynn
  14. 3WW — alt-J
April 6thShare

Frigid January

Some much-needed disillusioned distraction from a cold and bleak couple of weeks.

  1. This Ole KingWHY?
  2. I Give You Power — Arcade Fire feat. Mavis Staples
  3. Bungalow — Bilderbuch
  4. One Eye Open (Trentemøller Rework) — Trentemøller
  5. The League of Frightened Men — Lushlife
  6. Does It — Tricky feat. Casisdead
  7. Bien Réel — Peter Peter
  8. ParadiseANOHNI
  9. Sick LullabyUNKLE feat. Keaton Henson
  10. Someday We’ll Linger in the Sun — Gaelynn Lea
  11. (No One Knows Me) Like the Piano — Sampha
  12. LaGuardiaFEWS
  13. Star Roving — Slowdive
  14. 30000 Megatons — Pond
  15. Carry Me to Safety — Mew
  16. Hey Big Moon — Willie J. Healey
  17. Raising the Dead — Johnny Flynn
  18. Avalon — Foxygen
  19. Pure Comedy — Father John Misty
February 6thShare

David Bowie: ‘Wild is the Wind’

As has evaded no-one’s attention whatsoever, today would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday.

Out of last year’s seemingly endless string of celebrity deaths, Bowie’s untimely demise was probably one of the single events that hit me the hardest. Bowie was completely transcendent in a myriad of ways, and in his wake, he has left a unfillable void. However, the impact he has made on the music industry as a whole as well as on so many people’s lives in general is a cause for celabration.

In bittersweet commemoration, I’ll be listening a lot to one of my favourite Bowie performances: his breathtaking 1975 cover of ‘Wild is the Wind’.

January 8thShare