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EPISODE #361
SUN MORNING, 09 JUN 2019

Yael Miller

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Curator: Anaïs G
Writer: Anaïs G
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

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This morning, the voice of women is resounding, it is growing and is fighting against multiple inequalities… Whether gentle or strong, frail or assertive, there must be no differences. Our guest this Sunday to this need to defend his values.

Yael Miller, where the subtlety of jazz blends with the elegance of a powerful and assertive voice, is at the crossroads between music and personal combat.

Yael Miller’s selection

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Red Right Hand

Yael Miller: I chose this song because I recently discovered a series called “Peaky Blinders” and got addicted to it. I always loved Nick Cave and the mix between watching a top notch show with his music makes my day. I listen and watch the series when i have the time, and sunday morning is perfect for it.

Bjork – Jóga

Yael Miller: I’ve been inlove with Bjork’s writing and personalty since i started writing my own music. Whenever I want to awake my creativity i listen to her, and Joga is one of my favorite tunes. It’s relaxing and beautifully written.

Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love

Yael Miler: When I’m alone in my Paris studio and I have some time to myself, I love to pull up the curtains and dance. And every time I put at one point Led Zep… “Whole Lotta Love” always works, even if I listen to it a hundred times!

MailTape’s selection

Yael Miller – Forget About You

Anaïs G: This israelo-swiss singer touches me with her commitment to political issues such as immigration and the place of women today. But also through his music and his musical project with indie-pop sounds. His first album “00-08” was released last November and I still discover some of these songs with pleasure. A treat for the ears.

Seba Kaapstad – Africa

Anaïs G: Coming from both Berlin and Cape Town, this group thrusts its balance through the origins of each. Starting from electro, hip hop, African percussion and jazz, their music illuminates our day to guide us on the dancefloor with crazy assurance.

Meernaa– Wildest Eyes

Anaïs G: Originally from Oakland, California, this group seduced me with its mysterious and sensual side. A song in particular “Wildest Eyes”, released in 2018 on their EP “Strange Life”. It’s a ballad sound that caresses and pricks you with the incredible voice of Carly Bond. A heavenly journey through the nature that surrounds us.

Exit Someone – Mickael K ( version 1 )

Anaïs G: To perfect this playist, light and gentle with this Montreal duo. Now that I’m separated, all I want is for him to reappear on the music scene.

That’s it for this morning. As always, thank you so much for joining us this Sunday. Much love and respect to Yael Miller for her Sunday selections, and to Camille Célestin for her stunning illustration.

Anaïs G.

Humans behind this episode #361 🤗

Curator: Anaïs G
Writer: Anaïs G
Illustrator: Camille Célestin

Dedicated to help your discover new music, since 2011 💎

MailTape is a nonprofit art collective run by volunteers united by their love for music. We are committed to offering an experience that respects you: ethical design, 100% human curation, no ads, no external trackers.

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