Mink Machine

Music on the street

I see people with headphones everywhere and I often wonder what they listen to. On the street, in the office, at the tram… I had an idea to make something out of this, but as usual someone else had already done it. So here you are:

New York:

London:

Dublin:

What are you listening to right now?

2 comments

  • avatar
    Camilla Holmlund
    05 Apr, 2012

    Jag brukar också fundera på vad folk lyssnar på när de står på spårvagnen eller går omkring här i Göteborg. På vissa kan man gissa vad de lyssnar på, medans andra är helt omöjliga att gissa på.
    Just nu spelas Ghost train med summer camp på min spotify och medans jag skriver så byts låten till Lullaby med Assemblage 23.

  • avatar
    Reine
    07 Apr, 2012

    Låter som ett bra val. :)

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