Vogue Scandinavia Sounds: The Curated Playlist for Issue 16

By Doris Daga

Photo: Camilla Åkrans

With a new issue comes a whole new playlist to soundtrack your life. Here, tune into the curated playlist of Vogue Scandinavia's Feb-March Issue:

At Vogue Scandinavia, we're coining a new Scandi saying: there's no better way to begin to defrost from the Nordic winter than to start dancing.


Thus, the February-March issue was dedicated to the art of movement, specifically the catwalk, as the one and only Vilma Sjöberg graces the cover. This playlist, therefore, features George Michael's Freedom, perhaps the first song that comes to mind when you think of classic 1990s supermodels strutting down the runway.

Scandinavian classics like Björk's It's Oh So Quiet! and new classic's in-the-making like Victor Leksell's Tid & Tro also appear on this soundtrack.

Teenage Engineering, the cool kids on the tech-meets-music block, are showcasing their new synth EP-133 K.O. II. For this, no one is more representative than Stockholm-native artist Esther, whose music is infused with the Teenage Engineering sound.

So, it's time to shake off the frosty winter blues with this playlist (and issue) as we turn our sights onto the coming buds of spring.

Listen to the curated soundtrack of Vogue Scandinavia Issue 16 here: