FAULT Magazine Weekly Playlist: Elohim


We’ve been quietly obsessing about LA based rising indie pop idol Elohim and when the mysterious do-it-all producer/singer/songwriter said yes, we did a little happy dance.

It’s rare to find artists who consistently put out hits, but that’s just the case with Elohim. After making her debut earlier this year with the catchier than hell “She Talks Too Much,” Elohim followed it up with two more excellent singles and today unveils the fourth home run “Bridge and the Wall.” While you’re not spinning “Bridge and the Wall” on endless repeat, check out Elohim’s exclusive playlist for FAULT.

Young thug – Up

“I am psyched Young Thug just put out a new mix tape. The tone and inflections in his voice excite me.”

Rich Homie Quan – Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)

“THIS SONG makes me so happy.”

Radiohead – Separator

“Essentially any playlist I have curated and listen to ends up including either Thom Yorke or Radiohead. I have always been a big fan. I don’t think I will ever grow out of their sound. Sparks my senses.”

Muddy Waters – Rollin Stone

“I just bought a Muddy Waters vinyl in London. I love listening to jazz and blues when I am at home playing records. This kind of music on vinyl sounds so special and full. I adore the simplicity of the chords and the depth of soul in his voice.”

Demo Taped – not enough

“We became internet friends and I love this song a lot.”

Partynextdoor- things & such

“This is some sexy music.”

Cosmo Sheldrake – Rich (Ft. Anndreyah Vargas)

“I played a show with Cosmo Sheldrake in New York at CMJ. I hadn’t heard of him before that but as I was getting ready for my set I heard him perform this song. It immediately caught my attention.”

Fetty Wap – Jugg

“You can’t really control what song happens to strike an emotional chord within, for me right now it is Fetty Wapp’s “Jugg.” I don’t know why but it triggers some feelings…and I absolutely love it.”

Mura Masa – Firefly (feat. Nao)

“I just did a show at MIT in Boston. The students there are hip and most importantly so down to earth and welcoming. They have impeccable taste in music. They showed me this song. My crew and I have been listening to it since.”

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