We know that a great selection of music could lighten up your day, night, and everything in between. Based on that, we decided to start a monthly series of music playlists, curated by special guests and contributors around; from musicians, artists, DJs, to our beloved friends.
This time, PC Plays features one of the most hard-working music collectives and independent promotors in Jakarta, if not Indonesia, Noisewhore.
Since 2014, this group of young fellows has worked their ass off to do shows, from the smaller scale studio shows that feature promising local bands and artists to some memorable international concerts with names like Fazerdaze, A Place to Bury Strangers, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Mitski, Japanese Breakfast, and more.
Not only that, this entity had started to do more things for the past year likes podcast and an online store called The Storefront that sells a lot of digital releases from Indonesian musicians and bands, with one main concern and goal: to support the sustainability of those artists themselves. It’s an online platform designed to promote fair share to local musicians.
Here in this playlist, you can hear a vast sonic range of music and mood. They add this to describe the playlist well, “Songs that we like during our isolation this past month or so. Desperation, heartbreak, anger, and everything in between all bundled up in 90 minutes.”
Take a listen to this playlist below: