Every month, Lars’ music editor, Kev Nemelka creates a fabulous playlist for us. Check out previous playlists here. Click on the image above to access the playlist or “read more” below to play it here on the blog.
We decided to mix things up on the monthly playlist. Kev and I will now be collaborating/conspiring on the “album” artwork. He sets the theme and I run with it. This month he created a refreshing spring playlist perfect for road trips and driving with the top down with your friends (click to play it here). I decided on what else? Big paper flowers in a 1979 Fiat Spider à la a Lars reader’s dad. Thank you Spencer! PLUS, this will give me the chance to work with some really awesome photographers and artists like Jefra Starr Linn, who I’ve been too shy to approach until she graciously invited me to her beautiful cabin in the woods.
You know, just hanging out with the most adorable doggy Frolly on a lake with an awesome convertible. NBD.
Every month, Lars’ music editor, Kev Nemelka creates a fabulous playlist for us. Check out previous playlists here. Click on the image above to access the playlist or “read more” to play it here on the blog.
All these east-coast snow storms and polar vortices are killer, and although I don’t think it’s necessarily time for a springtime sunpop playlist just yet, I am in desperate need of a little pick-me-up. “Tartan Fetter”—my obnoxious allusion to both the reemergence of tartan post NYFW and the winter scarves that serve our self-inflicted sub-zero imprisonment—was constructed as an homage to the (hopefully rapidly) changing seasons, a sort of rain-dance plea for winter to depart already, and I hope you will feel that as the playlist progresses from beginning to end. xx Kev
Kev has done it again! He claims this autumn playlist is his favorite so far (see previous editions here). You’ll just have to try it out for yourself. Test it out on a lovely fall drive through a canyon. Thank you to Natalie Soper for the adorable artwork. See below for the full playlist or click here to be taken to Spotify.
Natalie Soper is a freelance illustrator from Park City, Utah. Her work has been shown in museums, within literary magazines, independent films, and frequently ends up in the hands of happy friends and strangers alike. She thoroughly enjoys skiing, cooking, travelling, dancing, making music, and spending time with the people she loves. Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or see her work at: facebook.com/nixnatart.