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 ;-)
Listen to It's pronounced Keesh on Spotify.
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).
Listen to Oh, Salad on Spotify.
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.
Listen to Forged Jams Vol. 1 on Spotify.
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.