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We ask our favorite artists to curate a personal profile of tracks. A list of music that captures who they are, and why they do what they do.
Romantic pop-poetry, backed up by bigger-than-life string sections and rattling trap hi-hats. Twisting romanticism into darkness, Lauren Auder blurs all lines being thrown on them. And this selection of tracks is no exception.
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David Sylvian – Secrets of the Beehive
A track suited for summer slowly coming to an end
Steve Jansen – The Extinct Suite
Something to be played way too loud
Xiu Xiu – Boy Soprano
A track to launch yourself out of bed
Playboi Carti – Don’t Tell Nobody
Something that would be played in hell
Nurse with Wound – Homotopy for Marie
Something that would be played in heaven
Harold Budd & Brian Eno – A Stream with Bright Fish
A piece of music that sparkles and glistens with elegance
Jens Lekman – And I Remember Every Kiss
Arthur Russell – Habit of You
A track for hardcore celebration
Lil Crack – Healing Process
A soundtrack for the end of times
Final – My Body is a Dying Machine
A song that’s so raw, you would have to chew on it for hours
Lou Reed & Metallica – Junior Dad
Something to be played in stressful times
Faust – Piano Song
A song that’s life-affirming
Fiona Apple – Anything We Want
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Lauren Auder plays on 12 March at s105 (De School), Amsterdam. Free for Subbacultcha members.