Sofasonic Playlist: Mark Titchner

As part of the lead-up to Sofasonic Festival, a weekend of online events happening 17-19 July 2020, we’re releasing an array of playlists on Spotify that have been carefully curated by artists & friends of the festival for your listening pleasure.



Following last week’s playlist by Radwan Moumneh, (member of Jerusalem In My Heart) next up is a grand selection from London visual artist, Mark Titchner.  



Mark works across a variety of mediums including digital print, wall drawing, video, sculpture and installation. As a 2006 nominee for the Turner Prize, his practice explores systems of belief, both secular and spiritual, often focusing on the marginalized, discredited or forgotten ideologies and objects we place our faith in.



He’s curated a playlist of music that has seen him through lockdown, take a listen…



A statement from Mark:

“My playlist is made up of the music that I’ve been listening to these weeks and months. A lot of it has been released during this time and it has certainly helped that despite it all musicians are still putting out great music.  It’s got me through the weekly supermarket runs, the homeschooling, the endless Zooming, the no work/too much work and being down and being up and being scared and being pissed off.

I’ll certainly miss Supersonic this year. Great bands, friends and always finding something new that I can’t believe I didn’t know about. Supersonic Top Ten? In no particular order (apart from Harvey Milk): Harvey Milk 2008, Corrupted 2009, Dälek 2008,  Zu 2017, Oxbow duo 2007, Monotonix 2009, Moor Mother 2018, Gnaw 2010, Monarch 2011, Oxbow 2017


Stay tuned – more delectable music selections coming from Supersonic artists & friends soon…