Alternative, electronic, indie, pop and rock are way to different to be found in one playlist? Mainstream and underground doesn`t go together?
Well, Elisabeth proves it`s possible by presenting a playlist ruled by international bands and artists, by well-known stars and those who`ll become some – one day pretty soon. Indie-tunes from „The Beautiful Girls“ follow Canadian and German folk, before „Simon the Russian“ suprises one with some smooth trip hop accompanied by Russian lyrics one doesn`t need to understand to feel and love it.
Let`s stick to the words of „We Invented Paris“ to describe her playlist as a melancholic joy of living which is worth listening and following.
Hey Elisabeth, would you mind answering some questions?
If music was a meal, it would be… hot waffles and rhubarb lemonade.
My favorite feature on Musicplayr is…not easy to choose, because I like the whole concept of having a playlist visible for everybody online and listen to this playlist wherever I like, without even logging in.
My all-time favorite artist is…an all-time difficult question to answer. If I’m asked that, I tell people I have a playlist at Musicplayr and they should listen to it, this is more representative then saying one or two artist names. (I love the Beatles, but that might have sounded cheesy. Elliott Smith and Jeff Buckley were both geniuses.)
At the moment, this song expresses best, what I feel like: Boy & Bear - Feeding Line (not so much the lyrics, but the rhythm and melody) Here on Musicplayr: http://mup.la/RwZk0d
Tune or lyrics - what makes a song? I must admit, there are great songs with shallow lyrics, but I’m more the type of person that pays attention to the lyrics and cherishes them, if they are good. Most of the people who made music history wrote appealing lyrics.
Thank you, Elisabeth! Keep supplying your followers with good music!