Eve Maret’s sonic universes always surprise me. She fuses disparate threads from the cosmic layers and rhythms surrounding us, tying them together with expansive motifs. Her latest album, Earth and Space, is sonically rich and immersive and glides on emotional waves that saturate every chord progression and arpeggio. It’s a stunning, memorable record.
Maret says this mix is a selection of songs that inspired Earth and Space and listening to both starts to connect many dots.
Cin – Jan Jelinek & Masayoshi Fujita
Why Do You Love Me? – Cocteau Twins & Harold Budd
Quia Ergo Femina Mortem Instruxit – Hildegard von Bingen
Kaze – Tetsu Inoue
Equatorial Sunrise – Pauline Anna Strom
IHS – Alice Coltrane
Lamento – Irene Papas & Vangelis
Irden – Harald Zuschrader & Hubert Bognermayr
Walking and Falling – Laurie Anderson
Deep Distance – Ashra
Peace in Essaouira (For Sonny Sharrock) – Maleem Mahmoud Ghania & Pharoah Sanders
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