Listen In: Holograms Made You a Playlist

August 20, 2013 | Andy Cush

Listen In” is a weekly feature in which we ask musicians to curate a mixtape-length YouTube playlist of songs they’re currently digging.

This week’s playlist comes from the synth punks Holograms, who curated a list heavy on Swedish compatriots like Makthaverskan, Skriet, and Idde Schultz, peppered with a generous helping of American chillwave via Memory Cassette and Teen Daze.

Holograms’ second album, Forever, drops next month.

Click the big play button above to hear the whole playlist, and scroll down to see and play individual songs.

“Jesus in the Courtyard,” King Dude, 2012

“Fiskarna i haven,” Idde Schultz, 1995

“Will I Ever Be Inside of You,” Paul Quinn & The Independent Group, 1995

“Asleep,” Makthaverskan, 2013

“Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe,” Kendrick Lamar, 2012

“Surfin/Body in the Water,” Memory Cassette, 2009

“If You Want Me,” Kite, 2013

“New Life,” Teen Daze, 2012

“Det kommer en våg,” Skriet, 2013

“Cry So Easy (Live in Stockholm),” Erasure, 1986

“Tugboat,” Galaxie 500, 1988

“All Too Human,” Wax Idols, 2011

“Sometimes Always,” Jesus & Mary Chain, 1994

“Native State,” Kontravoid, 2012

“Alive,” Empire of the Sun, 2013

“Thinking of You,” Hanson, 1996