A handmade playlist by the founder of Dazed&Confused for the acclaimed Parisian concept store could be the new instrumental definition of cool.
Must Have Playlist: SX70 by Jefferson Hack for Colette
Editing is one of Jefferson’s expertise but we were more aware of it on paper or on screen rather than on tunes. If one can expect the Editor in Chief of an independent renown magazine to be on top of it when it comes to music, it is still a nice surprise to discover that we are not only in tune with his words and editorials. What is SX70 about?
Some old beats that sound new, some new rhythms that recall old ones… More than just another take on the seventies it is a real and deep interpretation of what has been played and sung. A mix of decades with 2010 releases such as Disko Drunkards by The Glimmers or Waves by Boys Noize & Erol Alkan and 70s/80s tracks: Still You by Justine & The Victorian Punks or Optimo by Liquid Liquid.
Should become a collector so grab your CD while you can.
SX70 by Jefferson Hack for Colette, an exclusive and limited edition with a cover designed by the French creative duo M/M available at Colette.
1- « Howl » by Junip
2- « Why’d ya do it » by Marianne Faithfull
3- « Let’s wade in the water » by Marlena Shaw
4- « Baby don’t you do it » by Small Faces
5- « Nature Boy » by James Brown
6- « Alerta feat Isa GT » (ISE8 Dj tool by Dutch Rhythm Combo
7- « Physical » by The Glimmers Present Disko Drunkards
8- « Cowboys & Gangsters (Social Disco Club Edit) » by Gichy Dan’s Beachwood No.9
9- « Deputy of Love » by Don Armando’s Second Avenue Rhumba Band
10- « Contort Yourself » by James White & The Blacks
11- « Optimo » by Liquid Liquid
12- « Waves – Chilly Gonzales Piano Remake » by Boys Noize & Erol Alkan
13- « Still You » by Justine & The Victorian Punks
14- « Taking In The Summer » (ISE8 edit) by The Higher Primates
15- « Bela Lugosi’s Dead » by Bauhaus
Compiled by Jefferson Hack for colette
Text by Delphine Hervieu.
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