One Quart Magazine Weekly Playlist #39

Our latest Weekly playlist manages to entice different feelings from our curators. Either making them rock, do the house chores, soundtrack ice hockey play-offs, feel better through sadness and sing their tax returns – this weeks musical offerings are motivational.

Our latest Weekly playlist manages to entice different feelings from our curators. Either making them rock, do the house chores, soundtrack ice hockey play-offs, feel better through sadness and sing their tax returns – this weeks musical offerings are motivational.

Kaarlo Stauffer

One Quart Magazine Weekly Playlist #39
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 4

Rap is big even here in the Upper Peninsula Michigan. Kendrick Lamar just knows how  to bring something new to the table every time. Kalle Räsänen

Mastodon – Show Yourself

My favorite metal band just released their new album and it rocks. Kalle Räsänen

Lonely Drifter Karen – This World Is Crazy

I still listen to Lonely Drifter Karen although my own drifting days are kind of over. Varpu Eronen

Ana Moura – Desfado

With this song I can get almost anything done in the house. Varpu Eronen

With this song I can get almost anything done in the house

Kaarlo Stauffer

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

The Rolling Blackouts CF have made an EP which just simply refuses to leave my turntable & playlists. Something about this music embodies the sheer creative power of a band which has clearly found their sound and polished it to perfection. Deceivingly simple yet also multilayered and deep contemporary indie rock. Irresistible. PS. Be sure to also check out the great OQ feature by Nick. Matti Nives

Summer Flake – Shoot And Score

A surprise find, and another one on repeat at the moment. Also, the title feels apt as I’m deep into the Finnish ice hockey league playoffs, following each game and pre/post game of my hometown team who at the moment need to “shoot and score” way better. Matti Nives

Eluvium – Amreik

I had trouble sleeping the other night so I put on my headphones and retreated back to my ambient archives in hopes of finding something so soothing I would just wake up in the morning still wearing my headphones and well rested. I popped in the album Copia by Eluvium, and actually didn’t fall asleep at all but enjoyed the nocturnal moment much more upon realizing the remarkable pastoral power of the opening track “Amreik” in particular. Matti Nives

Something about this music embodies the sheer creative power of a band which has clearly found their sound and polished it to perfection.

Kaarlo Stauffer

John Moreland – It Don’t Suit Me (Like Before)

John Moreland usually makes me cry. Now he makes me smile. Something weird is going on, he’s not supposed to be happy! Aki Lehti

Andrew Combs – Dirty Rain

Sad songs make me feel better. Aki Lehti

Marianne Faithfull – Why D’ya Do It

I’ll start off with this lovely number. Karstein Volle

Fred Neil – The Dolphins

Something a bit sweeter too. How Fred Neil never became a superstar is a mystery to me. With that voice, he could have sung his tax returns and I would have gladly bought it. Karstein Volle

With that voice, he could have sung his tax returns and I would have gladly bought it.

This week’s playlist selected by Kalle Räsänen, Varpu Eronen, Matti Nives, Aki Lehti and Karstein Volle.

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