One Quart Magazine Weekly Playlist #36

Our weekly dose of aural pleasure has arrived. This new One Quart Magazine playlist defines eclectic excess, with tracks from The Cramps, Orange Juice, Queen, Bill Callahan, Ludovico Einaudi, Weyes Blood and much more.

Our weekly dose of aural pleasure has arrived. This new One Quart Magazine playlist defines eclectic excess, with tracks from The Cramps, Orange Juice, Queen, Bill Callahan, Ludovico Einaudi, Weyes Blood and much more.

Kaarlo Stauffer

One Quart Magazine Weekly Playlist #36
The Cramps – New Kind of Kick

Selected by Fiacha Harrington

Orange Juice – Rip it Up

Selected by Fiacha Harrington

New Order – Temptation

Selected by Fiacha Harrington

Obsession – Animotion

Selected by Fiacha Harrington

Eurythmics – You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart

Selected by Timo Rissanen

Queen – You and I

Selected by Timo Rissanen

Kylie Minogue – Confide In Me

Working on a project with a theme of displacement, so today looking for the sounds that have kept this middle-aged homo grounded during two decades on three continents 🙂 Timo Rissanen

Kaarlo Stauffer

Stars – This Charming Man

Playing a Smiths covers is always risky but this one is a rare good one. Panu Artemjeff

Bill Callahan – Riding For The Feeling

This classic track is always relevant. Bill Callahan is the master of word magic. Panu Artemjeff

Feist – Caught a Long Wind

Another atmospheric song by Feist… So good.  Panu Artemjeff

Kaarlo Stauffer

Ludovico Einaudi – Fly

I absolutely adore pianists and composers. Ludovico Einaudi’s music has meant the world for me for many years, and finally this May I get to see him play live in Tokyo! I like live videos since you get to see the facial expressions, the movements of the hands – priceless. The tension and excitement between man and music. Kati Laakso

Michael Nyman – The Heart Asks Pleasure First

Another eternal favorite. ‘The Heart Asks Pleasure First’ by British composer Michael Nyman. I’ve spent countless hours listening to this song. Also the movie (The Piano) is one of my faves. Someone wrote “It is one of those rare movies that is not just about a story, or some characters, but about a whole universe of feeling”. I totally agree. Kati Laakso

Shigeru Umebayashi – Yumeji’s Theme

I used to be very active with film festivals in the early 2000’s, and saw countless Asian movies that I fell in love with. Now that I live in Asia I understand the films on such a different level… I’m currently visiting Hong Kong and thinking a lot about Wong Kar-wai’s films, hence Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi’s “Yumeji’s Theme” from the film In the Mood for Love. Always. Kati Laakso

Weyes Blood – Do You Need My Love

I haven’t listened to that much new music for the last half a year or so, but the Weyes Blood album Front Seat to Earth I really like and have listened to a lot. Ville Hopponen

Brian Wilson – Surf’s Up

I had the pleasure of finally witnessing Brian Wilson live in Malmö last November, it was one of the highlights of 2016. I even got to (sort of) shake hands with Al Jardine. Here is the title track from one of the best Beach Boys albums. Youtube wouldn’t have anything to do with the album version but this isn’t bad either! Ville Hopponen

This week’s playlist selected by Fiacha Harrington, Timo Rissanen, Panu Artemjeff, Kati Laakso and Ville Hopponen.

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