Enotea is a Berlin based musician, writer and filmmaker whose sound is in constant flux. They have made two albums and several EPs under aliases like Teiid and Kid Enotea. Their latest album, In The Light Room was released on the independent label InterCourse and is about “waves and walls, and the waves on walls insisting on freedom.”
For their entry in the Strøm Mixx series, they’ve curated an otherworldly selection of everything from jazz and ambient to experimental rock, string septets and movie soundtracks. Dim the lights, lean back and allow your ears to go on a two hour expedition into the deepest recesses of Enotea’s record crates.
Photo: Birk Thomassen
1. Who is your mix dedicated to?
My fam, both blood and water – especially Nat Marcus, Marco Stoltze, my sis Koviljka, and Giulia Ciola.
2. What inspires you at the moment?
The concept of scenius. And becoming, seeing people around me change and grow, friends and family making really good shit, and getting better at being themselves in the face of it all.
3. What is filling your life musically right now?
Stuff from the early seventies keep coming up, the year 1973 especially, across Miles Davis to Italian film scores and early alternative ambient works. And then, listening to a lot of independent radios right now.
Enotea – Waves On Walls
Radiohead – Bloom
Bill Frisell – Monroe
New World Science – Movement 4
Enotea – Wetlands
John Adams – Shaker Loops: II. Hymning Slews
Miles Davis – Lonely Fire
Miles Davis – Maiysha
Kenny Burell – Stolen Moments
Ulla Straus – Smile
Radiohead – Feral
Efdemin – Oh, Lovely Appearance of Death
Jon Hassel – Light On Water (Live)
Teiid – Drinks At The Underground Pools
Pasamoan Art Initiated – Soliloquy 1
Koviljka – Suel
Windy & Carl – Forest Trails
Manami Kakudo – Lark (live)
Hasse Bruun & Enotea – And Their Hard Walls
Ann Southam – Rivers: Set 3, No. 1
Fred Halsted – LA Plays Itself
Ulla Straus – Hope Sonata
The Flies – Gently As You Feel
Kamil Dossar – Obscura
Sofie Birch & Antonina Nowacka – Lilieae
Jackson Conti – Papaia