Top 5: Primeaux Playlist Roundup for the Fall Equinox
Happy Fall, Y'all! These tunes will keep you on track for a productive and joyous fall season.
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Here at Primeaux, we LOVE music.
Music is so important to the way we operate, both in the grinding room and in the office. Sometimes a great playlist is crucial during our busy season. And with our knives shipping out in a few months, finding a good song is just about as important as picking out the best figured black maple for our handles. Please enjoy this curated playlist by Kate Wiggeringloh, our Co-Founder of Primeaux:
I can smell the pumpkin spice on a rainy morning. A nice & chill graveyard stroll kind of a playlist. This playlist has songs from Tom Zé, Yusef Lateef, Freddie McKay and a sneaky little Wings track ;-)
Herbie Hancock is a major inspiration to our staff. We love what a multitalented musician he is, we made this playlist back in May with fall a glimmer in the distance, but it still holds true for those chilly mornings where you make a quiche and a cup of hot coffee. It's got a few special tracks from Quantic, The Elder Statesmen and Kraak & Smaak!
Listen to Succulent Berries on Spotify.
When I began this playlist, I just got a new pair of fall boots. I needed to dance a little to break them in so the first song I chose was a track by RC & the Gritz-a succulent and juicy track that has main character energy. You'll also get some Bajka, The System and Thundercat (just to name a few).
The Brothers & Sisters cover Bob Dylan on this playlist and it was originally designed to go along with the preparation of a delectable Primeaux Walnut Strawberry Arugula Salad, find the recipe here. You'll also hear Love Apple, Tony Joe White & Gino Washington.
This is one of our favorite playlists on rotation here at the shop, perfect for any moment of focus or dance. It's got some Monomono, Sandy Bull, Prince Jazzbo & Les McCann.
You know what goes great with these playlists? Knives. Click here.