French electronic-pop-rock duo UTO select 10 tracks inspired by Generation Y, under the theme "Forever Y".

(Neysa) It came out in 97, and my dad use to play it. I remember thinking as a child that I could hear a chainsaw at the end of the track violently cutting off the melody.

'Where Do I Begin' by The Chemical Brothers

'Dreams' by The Cranberries

(Neysa) I wasn’t aware until recently that I had a story with the Cranberries. I forgot it flowed out of my older brothers thing door. This precious shitty door gave me access to pop music from the early 90s.

'The Final Push To The Sun' by Grandaddy

(Emile) Another "heard through the wall" song. I love his shaky voice and the big lyrical chords popping through the track; I love the tracks where something unexpected happens.

'Prologue' by Marianne Faithful

(Neysa) "Midway, this way of life we're bound upon, I woke to find myself in a dark wood, where the right road was wholly lost": are Marianne Faithful first words, which are also Dante’s first words in his Inferno. With Emile, we are lost thirty-somethings living literally in the woods, so it made sense to make a cover of this song. It’s called “Midway" in our album.

'1969' by Boards of Canada

(Emile) I discovered Boards of Canada at the same time as ATCQ as a teenager and I always thought it sounded like slowdown hip hop for synth and drum-machine, melodies, groove and distorted sounds. Everything I love.

'One Minute Warning' by Passengers

(Emile) Discovered the track watching Ghost in the Shell; I only saw lately that once again Brian Eno is part of that, this guy is everywhere at his best.

'Whiskeyclone, Hotel City 1997' by Beck

(Emile) Used to hear Beck through the wall between my room and my brother’s room, falling asleep lulled by a language that I did not yet understand.

'Squarepusher' by My Red Hot Car

(Emile) This track opened my mind about making music; started to make music alone in my room at this time trying to sound like this using a plug in called live cut on my computer, never succeeded.

'Nightclubbing' by Iggy Pop

(Neysa) When our producer from Infiné listened to our new tracks, he thought our track “Plumbing" was a cover of “Nightclubbing” by Iggy Pop. We’d never heard of this song before that day!

'Carla Vallet' by Fantaisie Sign

(Emile) Great track from the anime Cowboy Bebop; when I was a child I used to only listen to jazz, I was like the Benjamin Button of music.