The Deer Du Bois playlist, curated by SAKIMA, LIYV, THE LAND BELOW and TAFF

Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the much-awaited and surprising playlists of our Brussels‘ friend and collaborator: Deer Du Bois.

This week our Deer Du Bois playlist is curated by 4 artists from around the globe, each of them making music from the heart, telling their story, staying true to their ideas and talents, while creating a unique sound!

Meet this weeks picks by SAKIMA (UK) x LIYV (US) x THE LAND BELOW (SE) x TAFF (GR)

From Sakima‘s picks, watch out for SATICA and her “high” energy slow-pop on “Honey Whiskey”. She will also release a track in collab with our dearest Sakima very soon. On “3 Times” by Marged, a soulful scream is unleashed and transformed into a powerful life lesson. Follow SAKIMA on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


Portland’s pastel pop singer Liyv got inspired by one of the most mysterious, yet progressive artists of the moment: Sevdaliza on her hypnotic masterpiece “Hero”. Her next pick, a collaboration between Starrah & Diplo on “Zoo”, perfectly reflects the deformed voices from the former song and also hints Liyv‘s drive on her latest album. Follow LIYV on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


Erik from The Land Below, known for his misty chill tracks, makes us discover the warm electronic soul of Solregn on “ONE”. And with Desta French, we melt the ice thanks to her rhythmic and uplifting pop on “Needing You”. Follow THE LAND BELOW on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


Greek newcomer TAFF, a film editor and director captures us again on his newest indie-tronic track “A Millions Waves”. He revealed having Empara Mi‘s newest song “Alibi” on repeat, a majestic track with a grand orchestration behind it. Follow TAFF on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


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