Another Spring Playlist by Michael A. Muller
Time for a new playlist! This time a special one, as we weren’t the ones selecting the music, but our friend Michael A. Muller was kind enough to share his favorites for this time of the year. Michael is based in Austin, Texas and is a photographer who has worked for Kinfolk, Cereal and Freunde von Freunden, amongst others.
His list starts with Memory Loss by The Snow, the new supergroup of Dustin Payseur, Jack Tatum and Andreas Lagerström. Followed by Carnival Ghost by childhood friends John Fredericks and Andy Breihan and their band SACCO. The next song is second single by German lap-pop band The Notwist of their debut Close to the Glass. Moving from guitar pop to the more electronic sounds of Seattle-based Beat Connection and their Invisible Cities. Next is our favorite track Turn Away of the most recent Beck record Morning Phase. Back to electronics, She Just Like to Fight by Four Tet. After which the lead single of Californian Jazz duo The Mattson 2 and the experimental On Guyot of Wild Nothing’s Empty Estate EP follow. The song by Small Black and featuring Frankie Rose named Real People was inspired by Colton Harris-Moore, a teenager from rural Washington who went on a crime spree. Next up is one of our favorite artists Nils Frahm and his haunting For of the album Juno. More instrumental tunes follow with Mick Turner’s Here’s a Way and Takeshi Nishimoto’s 6/8. The final song is yet another special one: recorded in Nils Frahm’s studio and recently released on the namesake 18-song album, the beautiful Pinô by Norwegian Otto A. Totland.
The Snow – Memory Loss
Sacco – Carnival Ghost
The Notwist – Kong
Beat Connection – Invisible Cities
Beck – Turn Away
Four Tet – She Just Likes to Fight
The Mattson 2 – Palamar
Wild Nothing – On Guyot
Small Black -Lines of Latitude (ft. Frankie Rose)
Nils Frahm – For
Mick Turner – Here’s a Way
Takeshi Nishimoto – 6/8
Otto A. Totland – Pinô