We’ve just reviewed Lost In Kiev’s new album Persona and to double down the band have curated a playlist for us…
I have been a fan of Deftones since high school days. It is a band that has evolved over the years with a great evolution. I recently came across this track which has an amazing production.
I discovered this tune thanks to Jc in the tour bus of Lost In Kiev and I am still amazed about it. It really is the perfect mix between electro and acoustic instrument, brilliantly made. Whenever I listen to this song I have to move my head. I do not really know other pieces of the band but this one is included in my playlists.
Black Mirrors- Funky Queen
It’s the track to give yourself a boost. Rock n roll carried by a female voice. Simply a vitamin for the ears!
-Max (Guitar/Synth) :
Rival consoles- Dreamer’s wake
I like a lot the work of Rival Consoles. I discovered him with his previous album “Howl”, some really goods & interesting electronic textures & ambiences. And it’s funny because his last album is also named « Persona »
Thrice – The earth will shake
Simply my bedtime album. For sure one of the albums I listened the most in my life.
Hans Zimmer – Interstellar OST
Stunning soundtrack. What a wonderful work by Hans Zimmer, I’m particularly fan of the organ sounds on this soundtrack. It’s a really interesting choice to use church Organ sounds for a Sci-fi & special movie.
– Yoann (Drums/Samples):
Mount Kimbie – You Look Certain
This title is a real lesson in terms of gimmick, loop, and simplicity
Boy Harsher — Pain
In this title, we are listening old synth old school including drums which is very cool. The whole tune uses the codes of rock n roll: short delay on the voice, linear bass, basic drums.
Floating Points – Peroration Six
More the title advances more the music seems to be deconstructed. Particularly enjoyable.
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