What’s In Lykke Li’s Bag?

    Stopping by Amoeba Music, Swedish artist Lykke Li picked out some of her favorites records and films, starting with Leonard Cohen’s 1971 classic Songs of Love and Hate. “I wish I was him, basically. I wish I did this album,” she says, holding the LP up to the camera. She then picks up Neil Young’s Harvest and a box set of five films by writer-director John Cassavetes, citing A Woman Under the Influence as her favorite movie. To top off the ’70s theme, Li made a cult choice: Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 spiritual freakout quest, The Holy Mountain–in her words, “If you’ve been smoking a j, then this is the movie to watch.” Watch the video of Li at Amoeba below.