Robin Gillard's Acrylicize Mix offers a range of emotions and experiences, from groovy and soulful to haunting and energetic.
Bill Withers' classic "Ain't No Sunshine" is comforting and reminds us of the beauty in simplicity. DJ Seinfeld's "Too Late for U and M1" and Floating Points' "Vacuum Boogie" make us want to dance and feel euphoric. The intricate compositions challenge us to think deeper, and each song can inspire creativity, curiosity, and transport us to other worlds. Ultimately, these tracks all deserve airtime for their own reasons!
Lucy Eades sets us in a barren hinterland, yet her playlist is far from the tranquility attributed to a desert.
James Burke starts the series off with a soothing mix of electronic and hip-hop sounds.
"I consider music as a bowl of energy like the sun which gives you a lot of vitamins."
Senior Curator Frankie Altamura has assembled an eclectic combination of contemporary musicians who all share a connection to the visual arts.