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05.12.2021

Sunday Mix: Marshall Vincent

Pop Sunday R&B

Marshall Vincent’s music is both theatrical and intimate; the aural equivalent of a captivating show, or a tear-jerking play, performed only to you.

On past releases, including October’s glorious In No Particular Order EP, the Berlin-based singer and producer sought inspiration from an array of influences spanning electronic music through to R&B, folk and more orchestral, classical sounds. His stirring instrumentals are made all the more poignant by his haunting voice and candid songwriting. 

In this 80-minute entry into our Sunday Mix series, Vincent dreamily sails through a selection of tender tracks fit to soundtrack weekend ruminations. Speaking on the mix over email, Vincent says: “I think it’s easier to U-turn than to look back… especially on a Sunday with empty sidewalks, but open windows. I can’t say more about this mix besides the fact that I hope your ex-lovers don’t listen, but your current ones do.”


See Tracklist
Clarissa Conelly – De Novo
This Mortal Coil – Another Day
Kate Bush – The Sensual World
Kadhja Bonet – This Love
L’Rain – Blame Me
BADBADNOTGOOD – Goodbye Blue ft. Jonah Yano
Nick Hakim – The Want 
Toro y Moi – Go With You
Chic – At Last I Am Free
Weyes Blood – Do You Need My Love
NNAMDÏ – Wasted
Love – The Red Telephone
Ramin Djawadi – Serac
When Saints Go Machine – Add Ends
Sharon Van Etten – Give Out
Blue Gas – Shadows From Nowhere
Banks – Hawaiian Mazes
Kelsey Lu – Foreign Car
Sheena Easton – Eternity
Julia Holte – Betsy on the Roof

Sunday Mix: Marshall Vincent

Sunday Mix: Marshall Vincent

Marshall Vincent’s music is both theatrical and intimate; the aural equivalent of a captivating show, or a tear-jerking play, performed only to you.

On past releases, including October’s glorious In No Particular Order EP, the Berlin-based singer and producer sought inspiration from an array of influences spanning electronic music through to R&B, folk and more orchestral, classical sounds. His stirring instrumentals are made all the more poignant by his haunting voice and candid songwriting. 

In this 80-minute entry into our Sunday Mix series, Vincent dreamily sails through a selection of tender tracks fit to soundtrack weekend ruminations. Speaking on the mix over email, Vincent says: “I think it’s easier to U-turn than to look back… especially on a Sunday with empty sidewalks, but open windows. I can’t say more about this mix besides the fact that I hope your ex-lovers don’t listen, but your current ones do.”

See Tracklist
Clarissa Conelly – De Novo
This Mortal Coil – Another Day
Kate Bush – The Sensual World
Kadhja Bonet – This Love
L’Rain – Blame Me
BADBADNOTGOOD – Goodbye Blue ft. Jonah Yano
Nick Hakim – The Want 
Toro y Moi – Go With You
Chic – At Last I Am Free
Weyes Blood – Do You Need My Love
NNAMDÏ – Wasted
Love – The Red Telephone
Ramin Djawadi – Serac
When Saints Go Machine – Add Ends
Sharon Van Etten – Give Out
Blue Gas – Shadows From Nowhere
Banks – Hawaiian Mazes
Kelsey Lu – Foreign Car
Sheena Easton – Eternity
Julia Holte – Betsy on the Roof
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