"I've been on a bit of a Stray Kids listening binge lately, and this is a track from their latest album I really like! This is a chill but cheerful track which is mostly about just taking things easy and enjoying the current moment."
"The Arkells' new album Rally Cry is a super good example of the Canadian rock scene, and Hand Me Downs is of no exception. It's an inspirational song about moving past your genes and perhaps even embracing them, and it's also just a great jam."
"This track takes you on a journey through various soundscapes and intricate breaks, gradually speeding up, expanding into an awesome climax and then caressing with a beautiful, stunning, ethereal melody at the end."
● Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention - Plastic People
"Zappa's music has often been difficult to categorize. What was always obvious is his nonconformism, his virtuosity as a musician and his love for sounds experimentation. This track is a satire of American culture."
"Since I listened The Doors for the first time, long time ago, I have always been fascinated by Jim Morrison as performer. As living close to Paris, I often take foreign friends for visiting his grave in the "Père Lachaise" cemetary. This track, is also an unforgettable part of the soundtrack of one of my cult movie : Apocalypse Now."