“What did you Shazam recently”, she asked?
Chimacum Rain – Linda Perhacs, I suppose because I liked how flowers of voices blossomed in the middle of this little whispering lazy folk.
Richard Hawley – The Ocean, I suppose because of the Tindersticks-like voice, and the crescendo, voilà.
Martha Tilston – The Waters of Tyne, I suppose because of the silver pointy voice, or the “little Irish tale I’ll sing for you” tone…
Whispering Sons – Alone, I suppose because of the sound of 80s, very Xymox, no?
Juliette Gréco – un petit poisson, un petit oiseau, I suppose because of this :
A little fish, a little bird
Loved each other with tender love
How to go about it
When you are in water
Schubert: Sonata For Arpeggione And Piano In A Minor, D.821, I suppose because Schubert with a guitar, it’s possibly good!
Andrea Motis – Louisiana O Els Camps De Coto, I suppose because, as it was “not enough”, I couldn’t stop listening until the end, though. That’s why.
The Internet – Wanna Be, I suppose because I’m not used to this sophistication in this music (listen to the bass, or the way it ends).
Bolerisch (From “Femme Fatale”) Ryuichi Sakamoto, I suppose because of these Sakamotoish strings, the modulations…
Elbow – Magnificent (She Says), I suppose it trapped me with the end. The bass & percs system is cool.
AIR – High Point, I suppose because it’s instrumental, modulating, comfortable and quiet.
LALO – Concerto russe pour violon et orchestre, Op. 29: II. Chants russes, I suppose because it… sings!
What I didn’t find : Havoun Havoun by Tigran Hamasyan, Für Lou by Oliver’s Cinema. Also I passed Indochine La Vie est Belle (the clip is violent).