Tags books, indie rock, alternative rock, soundtrack, cloud atlas
Genres electronic, indie, rock, electronica, ambient (beta)
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June 03, 2012
Tracks are annotated with my favorite passages from David Mitchell's great book.
12 Tracks, The Beatles, Massive Attack, The National, etc., 50:50.
One of my favorite quotes from Luisa Rey mystery is how Mitchell describes the hippie protesters trailers as "washed up from the Pacific".
“I know this music... What the hell is it?” sums up most of my musical history with the songs I've fallen for. One of my favourite lines in the whole book.
Absolutely wonderfull mix!!
This is fantastic! I have one question, though: why did you chose The National to go with the Sloosha's Crossin' segment? I was just wondering because, to me, the songs you chose for that part don't seem to fit with that particular storyline...or I could just be missing something. xD
Great concepts for one of my most favourite authors of all time! Thanks for making it!
I also LOVE the symmetry between each segment and the ease with which they tie into the novel. To have found songs that convey the mood and content of the passage, or that section as a whole, from the specific people you chose and have it work throughout was so balance and very clever, I think. I really enjoyed this lovely playlist! ^_^
thanks. glad someone got it.
Best of 2014 (Indie / Alt Rock) by depechemohdsani
Been slacking off with the mixes this year, but that doesn't mean I haven't been listening.
best of 2014, indie, underground, #underrated, alternative
Halt and Catch Fire by depechemohdsani
Sure, H&CF is a bit on the melodramatic side.
h&cf, halt and catch fire, ost, tv
Lost in Her by depechemohdsani
Music from Lost in Translation (2003) and Her (2013).
lost in translation, her, sofia coppola, spike jonze
Hard Boiled Wonderland & the End of the World by depechemohdsani
"Everything, everything seemed once-upon-a-time.
late night, downtempo, trip-hop, chillwave, murakami