Memento Ep. 2: Kitchen Dance Songs (Archie Narendra)

by Irina ChatarinaDec 18, 2020

Available in:

A talk with important figure about interpreting moments through songs + mixtape made from tracks chosen by guest contributors = Memento, a program hosted by Irina Chatarina. Have a listen.

Guest star: Archie Narendra
Contributors: Studiorama

With everyone told to stay indoors, cooking has become an enjoyable activity that many have adopted during the pandemic. For the second edition of Memento, we are joined by Archie Narendra, a young chef who has worked in several notable restaurants around the world, including Le 58 Tour Eiffel in Paris and The Hoxton in Amsterdam. Archie now devotes his time towards finding natural ingredients that can add zests of life to his dishes and today, he has graciously contributed several tracks to this column that remind him about the joys of cooking.

Irina has also asked her colleagues at Studiorama to contribute songs that they put on whenever they are creating in the kitchen, as well as the dishes that they feel fit well with those songs.

Memento Ep. 2: Kitchen Dance Songs bersama Archie Narendra

Tracklist:

A Tribe Called Quest – “Jazz (We’ve Got)”
“This song helps me turn 5 kg of beef shanks into a delicious bowl of rawon.” -Archie Narendra-

Talib Kweli – “Hot Thing (Instrumental)”
“The perfect company for chopping ingredients needed for a taco. It makes
the process more fun because I can’t help but follow the rhythm when I’m
chopping!” -Irina Chatarina- 

CLBRKS & Conrad Mundy – “Chickens”
“Perfect for cooking chicken.” -Aldous-

St. Germain – “Rose Rouge”
“Reminds me of the food I learned to cook in Paris.” -Archie Narendra-

Dua Saleh – “umbrellar”
“Meatless mince curry baked rice, because… why not?” -Madrim Djody-

Orchestra Baobab – “Nijaay”
“Anything gravy.” -Stefan Tirta-

Keletigui et ses Tambourinis – “Soundiata”
“Chicken biryani.” -Jason Harjanto-

De Frank Professionals – “Afe Ato Yen Bio”
“Seafood jambalaya on a Sunday evening.” -Archie Narendra-

Al Massrieen – “Longa 79”
“Falafel or ta’miyya.” -Xandega Tahajuansya-

The Esso Trinidad Steel Band – “I Want You Back”
“Good for any kind of stir fry.” -Irina Chatarina-

Doctor’s Cat – “Watch Out! (Instrumental)”
Hilarius Jason

Herbie Hancock – “Watermelon Man”
“For a nice vegan curry, spaghetti aglio e olio, red bean soup, or a simple fried rice.” -Yogha Prasiddhamukti-

MF Doom – “One Beer”
Ayam kodok. Check this video out if you don’t know what that is.” -Adythia Utama-

About the Author

Irina Chatarina
-
Being the pivotal force behind Studiorama’s business arm is not enough for her to express her love for music. Through Printscreen, she hopes to heighten her understanding on all aspects of music and therefore become closer to it. Aside from music, Irina is a fan of plants, flowers, and spices. She is also known as a founder of a certain beauty festival in Jakarta.
Share Article

Sign up for our monthly newsletter and get the best of Printscreen in your in-box

© copyright 2021 Printscreen