The Inspiration Series with Greta Svabo Bech

Hot on the tails of the recent set from Berlin based CINTHIE it is clear to see with the booking of GRETA SVABO BECH the guys at Karma are raising the bar with their bookings which we whole heartedly support and applause!

Greta Svabo Bech is a performer who has carved out a successful career as a singer songwriter renowned for bending genres. She reached the masses with critical acclaim when she featured on Deadmau5’ 2010 hit ‘Raise Your Weapon’ and has never looked back, winning a Grammy for her effort.

Deadmau5 - Raise Your Weapon ft. Greta Svabo Bech

Her ability to work in various genres is reflected in her subsequent successes most notably in the classical world with her work with composer Ludovico Einaudi with ‘Circles’ and then again with Electro Punk outfit The Bloody Beetroots.

Greta Svabo Bech ft. Ludovico Einaudi - Circles

The Bloody Beetroots & Greta Svabo Bech - Chronicles of a Fallen Love (Official Video)

We managed to pin down Greta to ask her for her inspirations selection and she did not dissapoint and true to form picked an eclectic mix of beautiful music for you to enjoy ahead of her performance at Karma at their Bonjour September event with International guest DJ Fred who will accompany Greta and island favorite Adrian Giordano.

Mura Masa & Christine and The Queens - Second 2 None
I love both of these artists. One of my favourite songs in the world is Mura Masa's Low (2015), and I always dance stupidly to Christine and the Queens "iT" so I was always gonna love this track!

 Gabriel Black - Jump
I stumbled upon this on cloudkid's YouTube channel. I love the simplicity of it and it's a super catchy song. I also think his entire visual aesthetic as a cartoon character is pretty cool! 

 James Blake - Don't miss it
James Blake is an artist I admire, the production on his tracks, vocals, melodies. This track is very recent, beautiful and minimal.

 Banks - Underdog
This song is my JAM. I adore Banks' songwriting, and I love the attitude in this track. 

 Kids See Ghosts - Cudi Montage
I've been listening to this whole album a lot lately. This song is uplifting, and has a beautiful rawness to it, probably partly because of the guitar sample used from a Kurt Cobain song from a compilation of home recordings. 

 Thanks, Greta for sharing your favourite picks!