Listening Post

Noga Erez will launch her debut album at Primavera, she’s made a playlist of her favourite artists playing

The Tel Aviv artist has handpicked these 10 tracks

Ahead of this year’s Primavera Sound, we’ve asked a handful of artists playing the festival to take a scan down the line-up poster and put together a guest playlist of their favourite acts who’re also on the bill.

You can already listen to the playlist put together by Julia Jacklin.

It’s an important show for Tel Aviv’s Noga Erez, mostly because she’s playing 24 hours after she releases her debut album into the world. She plays the Barcelona festival on Saturday 3 June on the Bacardi Live stage.

Noga Erez says: “The line-up for this year’s festival, damn, I’ve been dreaming about seeing so many of these artists. I’m so excited to be a part of the festival as well. Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’, for instance, was playing on repeat throughout the making of my upcoming album. It had such a strong influence on me, and on this record. It feels so right that this will also kind of be an album launch party, as the album comes out the day before this show.”

Here’s what Noga’s chosen. You can listen to her guest mix below via Apple Music or Spotify, whichever you prefer.

Kate Tempest – Europe Is Lost
Run The Jewels – Legend Has It
Aphex Twin – Windowlicker
Red Axes – Sun My Sweet Sun
Frank Ocean – Pink + White
Sinkane – U’Huh
Bon Iver – 33 “God”
King Krule – Easy Easy
Flying Lotus – Dead Man’s Tetris (feat. Captain Murphy and Snoop Dogg)
Mitski – Your Best American Girl

Noga Erez’s debut album ‘Off The Radar’ is out on 2 June via City Slang, check out the recently released video for the title track below.

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