Sunday, March 3, 2024

The Ethos Winter 2023 Playlist: Infinite End

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Another year is winding down, but the music — oh, that’s infinite.

Even in warmer climates, winter brings a longing to cozy up and find some quiet. But that doesn’t mean total silence. This playlist is proof. Curated by composer Ayça Akin, this playlist is pure winter reflection and comfort, with room for expansive introspection. Hit the pause button on the holiday classics and dive into new sounds that will define many seasons to come.

Head over to the official Ethos Spotify account to listen to our winter 2023 playlist.


Ayça Akin is a modern classical and electronic music artist. Classically trained in piano and orchestral composition, Ayça creates immersive experiences through sound. You can stream her work under her artist name, Ahda, on Spotify, or learn more about her art and film scoring here.

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