SOUNDCLOUD X FOLLOWINGMI APRIL 15

Another month another playlist. April was the month where I felt like Spring has finally arrived in Tokyo.  Apart from som...








Another month another playlist.

April was the month where I felt like Spring has finally arrived in Tokyo. 
Apart from some rainy days, we had some amazingly warm and sunny days allowing Tokyo to show its beautiful view on spring with flowers being in full bloom. 
Not only does this reflect on my mood but also on my taste in music.

If you ever happen to see me on the street, you will most likely see me wearing my headphones while listening to music. I listen to my playlists in the early mornings, on the train, on my way to work, on my way back home from work (which is when I enjoy listen to it the most). My playlist even followed me to the museum where I went two weeks ago.

It was that kind of Sunday where I felt like I wanted to spend some time in the museum, all by myself. It also happens to be that the National Art Center in Toky is currently having a Louvre exhibition, showcasing a painting from my favorite artist – Jan Vermeer. Once I arrived at the National Art Center, there was already a huge crowd standing in line, so I decided to just put in my headphones, turn on my playlist and walk straight to the one painting I wanted to see so badly. I spent what felt like a lifetime in front of it, and it gave me straight goosebumps - maybe also because I was listening to Kings Of Leon's live version of 'Closer' (which you are most likely listening to Now).

I hope you enjoy listen to it as much as I did, and I can't wait to see what music will be following me through Tokyo (and outside of Tokyo) next month. Please feel free to share some new tunes with me as well !



Another thing that inspired me extremely this month was Wong Kar Wai. 
I am trying to watch all of his movies at the moment.
I can't tell, though how many times I watched 'In The Mood For Love'. Everything about this movie made me fell in love with the Fashion, Music, Art and Atmosphere of that time. Below is a playlist I found on YouTube, and I listened to it over and over again, for hours. My friend Asyura knows as he had to listen to it as well - all day long. 




Picture taken by my amazingly talented friend Robert Kirsch who always ensures to capture That moment, trust.

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