It’s Consequence‘s fifteenth anniversary, and all September lengthy we’ll be sharing artist-curated playlists that replicate the evolution of their music style all through the final 15 years. For at the moment’s inaugural My15 playlist, folks musician José González shares his picks.
Since his very first solo album in 2003, José González has operated with endurance. His materials isn’t rushed or compelled, all the time heartfelt and sincere, and crafted with the utmost care. His most up-to-date LP Native Valley, launched again in September 2021, noticed the Swedish singer-songwriter retain his normal meditative folks, however with a brand new emphasis on digital beats, and even a canopy of his band Junip’s tune “Line of Hearth,” identified for its use in promotional supplies for Breaking Dangerous‘s historic finale in 2013.
Evidently, José González’s profession has solely blossomed within the final 15 years, and so has his music style. He not too long ago wrapped up a number of US tour dates in assist of Native Valley, however in case you’re in search of a unique look into González’s musical thoughts, try his My15 playlist under. Along with the recently-released Ela Minus remix of Native Valley lower “Visions,” González lists many world picks, together with songs from Rosalía, Nina Simone, and extra.