On September Playlist you will find a variety of artists, a playlist made to remember and to discover. The actual end of summer.

On September Playlist you will find a variety of artists, a playlist made to remember and to discover. The actual end of summer.

“The summer ended. Day by day, and taking its time, the summer ended. The noises in the street began to change, diminish, voices became fewer, the music sparse. Daily, blocks and blocks of children were spirited away. Grownups retreated from the streets, into the houses.”

“The summer ended. Day by day, and taking its time, the summer ended. The noises in the street began to change, diminish, voices became fewer, the music sparse. Daily, blocks and blocks of children were spirited away. Grownups retreated from the streets, into the houses. Adolescents moved from the sidewalk to the stoop to the hallway to the stairs, and rooftops were abandoned. Such trees as there were allowed their leaves to fall – they fell unnoticed – seeming to promise, not without bitterness, to endure another year. At night, from a distance, the parks and playgrounds seemed inhabited by fireflies, and the night came sooner, inched in closer, fell with a greater weight. The sound of the alarm clock conquered the sound of the tambourine, the houses put on their winter faces.

The houses stared down a bitter landscape, seeming, not without bitterness, to have resolved to endure another year.” ― James Baldwin, Just Above My Head.

A vibrant walk down the streets of a new September. Feel as James Baldwin – observing how cities blind themselves – and say the last farewell to the orange sun. Set the mood on the slow rhythms of Lorde or Cigarettes After Sex. We hope you can discover some new pieces for the ‘new year’. Because September feels like a complete blank slate for us. We curated a very homogenic-sounding playlist with touches of Spanish music, some great indie influences and – as always- some classic icons. Enjoy the actual beginning of the year.

On September Playlist you will find a variety of artists, a playlist made to remember and to discover. The actual end of summer.

a playlist by BLASS

featured artists in order of appearance:
Apocalypse Cigarettes After Sex
Still Sane Lorde
All I Want Kodaline
Stranger in A Room Oliver Sim, Jamie XX
Solitude M83
September Song Agnes Obel
Ya no te hago falta San Senra
Like Real People Do Hozier
Selfless The Strokes
Taking Pictures of You The Kooks
Home Morgan
Slacks St.South

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