Every week here on Collater.al Mag we have proposed you different playlists written by different artists from all over the world. Among the many, we have decided to take those that in our opinion have made us dance the most, get wild and have also kept us company in moments of boredom.
From Vipra to Mudimbi, passing through Cecilia up to Canova, we have discovered their influences, their private listening. Now we’ll try to give you a summary, not only of those made by the artists but also of those compiled and packaged for you by our editorial staff.
A 14-piece playlist like the day of St. Valentine, to make you fall in love, maybe. From great classics to contemporary pieces to remind you that: “Love is like war: easy to start, but very difficult to stop.”
A selection that helped us get to know the young Sicilian singer-songwriter better, his classical and contemporary influences have accompanied us for the month of February. Not to be missed.
40 tracks to never get bored, great classics you’ll never get tired of. Don’t know what to listen to? It’s one of those collections that comes to your rescue, ready to save you.
Some time ago we asked you to choose three songs that make you particularly happy to create a unique playlist.
From the many that came in, we eventually selected 138 songs, 138 little pieces of happiness, for a total of 8 hours and 51 minutes.
On the occasion of the release of his second single, Vipra had given us a selection of his music entitled “Breakup Diva”. A selection of tracks to enjoy the moments of summer nostalgia: to dance or to listen, always with the heart in the throat.
We are probably one of the last magazines to have been lucky enough to talk about Canova. Unfortunately, a few days after our article, the band broke up. We want to evoke their magic with the songs written by them back in June.
In order not to leave you alone, we at Collater.al Mag have decided to keep you company even at the seaside. 25 tracks, almost two hours to listen to strictly by the sea, under the sun possibly wet from the waves and with a good cocktail in hand.
In this selection, Mudimbi has collected a good part of what he listened to in this last period, from quarantine onwards. Every time he felt like or wanted to relax, detach his head from everything and everyone and enjoy the slow flow of time.
She made us fly with her listening. It’s good to share her playlist in which we find inside all the magic of Cecilia, an artist absolutely to discover, listen and re-listen.
We close this little summary of ours with See Maw. A playlist where there are all its facets, an artist who slowly, brick by brick, is building his musical identity in a decisive and consistent way.