are Martin Thomasson, Erik Wikström and Luciano Leiva. This trio of electronic musicians from Stockholm has been formed in 2006 and has released since then numerous remixes and their own original material in a spaced out nu disco style.
Then I put Daft Punk's «Alive» on repeat. It's like a permanent amphetamine fix.
Then I pour up a glass of wine and put on «Stephanie Says» by the Velvet Underground.
The title is self-explanatory.
Something overtly sentimental that I prefer not to delve deeper into here.
Something sexy with a subtle aggressive edge to get me in the mood for dance and adventure. Like Liaisons Dangereuses «Los Ninos de la Parque».
Today I think I will cook to Chris & Cosey's quite uplifting track «Exotika».
No cornfields around these parts...
The «Braveheart» soundtrack.
Then I put my mp3 player on random. Its content is rather eclectic, spanning right now from Tito Puente to psychedelic disco and noise music. The lack of consequence is annoying enough, I guess.
Predictably, deep techno to reinforce the cinematic feel of driving at night. I drove at night a few weeks ago to Dompteur Mooner's edit of Conrad Schnitzler's «Auf dem Schwarzen Kanal». That one worked really well.
The breathing of a woman.
Then I guess I'm so sensitive that I don't want music around me, since it tends to stir up my feelings even more.
I let my partner decide. And if she leaves the decision to me, I'll put on a track that sets the right mood without drawing to much attention to itself, like Tangerine Dream's «Love On A Real Train».
At take-off, something that makes me forget (or rather deny) my fear of flying. If I were to fly today I would pick «Dig It» by Skinny Puppy at take-off. It's distracting enough. During the flight I find it kind of comforting to flip between tracks nilly willy.
Well, the proper thing to listen to in a sauna would be Finnish music, right? And the Finnish 70s boogie rock band Hurriganes posed in a sauna on a record sleeve, so I choose them.
Any track by my Jackpot partner Erik Wikström, since he's really anal about sounds and frequencies and how they come across through different soundsystems.
A happy Hawaiiain steel guitar track from the 40's.
Something that effectively blocks out people's boring cell phone conversations. Possibly Chrome's «Static Gravity».
I try to keep the morning hours quiet to sort my thoughts out.
I don't walk in the rain and if I happen to be caught in the rain listening to music would not be the first thing on my mind.