Rosie Lowe is one of the most exciting, unique upcoming electronic artists today. If you’re not yet familiar with her gorgeous, sultry tunes, try this on for size:
The single follows on from her 2013 debut EP Right Thing, and will be a part of her highly anticipated album, set to drop early 2015.
We wanted to get to know the London crooner a little better, so we thought we’d ask what some of her favourite tunes were. Enjoy!
- My favourite track to wake up to is… ‘Weekend Special’ by Brenda & The Big Dudes. No matter how rainy it is outside or how little sleep you’ve had; it makes you jump out of bed and dance.
- The best track for cooking is… ‘I’m the Man, That Will Find You’ by Connan Mockasin. You can only make delicious food when listening to Connan!
- The best track for spring cleaning is…
‘The Antidote (feat. Nai Palm) by Taylor McFerrin. The whole album is absolutely incredible, but this is a spring-cleaning winner.
- The ultimate road trip track is….
‘Like Lust’- Movement. I’ve been listening to this song on repeat anytime I leave the house, going anywhere. Their EP is the soundtrack to my everything right now.
- My favourite love song is…
‘Long Distance Love’ by Little Feat. It never fails to touch my heart. One of the first songs I ever learnt on piano when I was younger.
- best track for sweet love makin’ is…
‘Glory Box’- Portishead.
- The track that always gets the party started is…
‘Free Your Mind’- En Vogue. Always
- The best track to wind down a crowd is…
‘The PL’- Typesun.
- My favourite drunken karaoke track is…
It would have to be Craig David ‘Fill Me In’.
- My favourite song to sing in the shower is…
‘Green Eyes’ by Erykah Badu. I think thats been my shower song for the last 14 years.
- A song that always makes me cry is…
‘Blue’ by Joni Mitchell. It gets me every time.
- I love going to sleep listening to…..
Keith Jarrett- ‘Live in Paris’- it reminds me of falling asleep to my dad playing piano when I was younger.
- I can’t stop dancing when I hear….
‘Adorn’ by Miguel has kept my dancing throughout 2014. It’s such a jam.Soundcloud didn’t have the whole business, but here’s half of it in a sweet lovely playlist!