Summer is coming to a close, clearing the path for those sweet autumn days ; clouds are filling up the sky again and the temperatures are finally coming down. To help you transition from the heavy summer heat to the chiller days of September, we have curated a playlist for you which, although it is mostly filled with electronic gems, leaves a lot of space for those warm sunset vibes to settle in.

We start this playlist off with the piano ballad & the androgynous vocals of “BLINK” by Coucou Chloé before diving into the digital & emotional realms of Låpsley’s latest single, named “32 Floors”. Then, it is the singular voice of the Georgian singer Creams that we get to hear on her latest song “Gemstones”; when it comes to singular voices, Anna Kova gives us everything we’ve been waiting for on her single “Wait”. We then let ourselves be carried away by the electric drum’n’bass beats of Bonnie Banane’s “ALA”, before diving again into the abyss with what we consider a Billie Eilish classic here at hauméa : “When I Was Older”. Finally, as somewhat of a bonus track, we end with a remix of “BLINK” by Coucou Chloé which lets Eartheater’s ethereal voice take over the lyrics of the original track. Happy listening everyone !

Tracklist :

  1. BLINK – Coucou Chloé
  2. 32 Floors – Låpsley
  3. Gemstones – Creams
  4. Pastel Auras – Elohim & Yoke Lore
  5. CIKLET – aisu, Alé Araya & D3
  6. White Light – rosi
  7. Wait – Anna Kova & Agyei
  8. ALA – Bonnie Banane
  9. Janet – Alé Araya
  10. When I Was Older – Billie Eilish
  11. BLINK (Tony Seltzer Remix) – Coucou Chloé feat. Eartheater

More playlists are to be found on our Spotify profile. If you’ve enjoyed this playlist, we heavily recommend you to give a listen to our “Pop & Alternative” as well as our “Women of Experimental Pop” playlists that we regularly update with fresh finds !

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About the Author: Cloé Gruhier

As a music web writer for several years, I have developed a particularly devoted passion for electronic and alternative musics. From the ethereal melodies of Max Cooper to the introspective music and lyrics of Banks, my radar has me listening to the wide French and international independent music scene... all of this between communication plans for independent labels and artists !

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