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» In her own curated Spotify playlist "The Music That Inspired Honey", Robyn has put together more than a handful of tracks that helped will her long-anticipated sixth album into existence. Opening with the celebrated Soviet pianist Emil Gilels' rendition of Mozart's Piano Sonata No.14b In C Minor, K457: II Adagio, the playlist encapsulates her wide-ranging taste in music as it flits from the funk/soul/disco of the 70s (Gwen McCrae, George McCrae, Sylvester, Mary Clark) to a full spectrum of electronic music ranging from ambient and IDM to house and techno (Brian Eno, Aphex Twin, DJ Koze, Bicep, Roman Flügel). Listening to the record, one could almost trace all of these influences which are strewn across its nine tracks, precisely making up 40 minutes of thoughtful, unadulterated pop exhilaration.
» Among all the ’90s pop ditties, Torn by Australian actress-turned-singer Natalie Imbruglia has got to be one of those few iconic ones that never fails to inspire adults in their late twenties/early thirties to chant along as if their lives depended on it. Little did they know, though, that their beloved karaoke jam is actually a cover of a song by the LA alt-rock band Ednaswap. Imbruglia’s version is hands down the most popular, but it isn’t the only one that exists — the track was first recorded by Danish singer Lis Sorensen as Braendt (“Burn” in English), then by Endnaswap themselves followed by American-Norwegian singer Trine Rein.
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