Music is a universal language that connects us all. Explore the playlists created by the Fred Perry community over the years.
I'm Muffyn Liuliu, a barber who makes people look good and feel good.
Describe your style in 3 words?
Weird. Loud. Curious.
What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
It's the piece that lies on the corner of the couch that you don't really think about, but do know that it would never let you down.
Which subcultures have had an enduring effect on you?
B-boying/Breakdancing, barbering and yoga philosophy.
If you could spend an hour with anyone from history?
Myself, so I can give myself advice.
Which music genre defines you?
I listen to my playlist daily which has close to two thousand songs of every genre, and none of them defines me.
A song lyric that has inspired you?
No, you've got me wrong.
Best song to turn up loud?
Toxicity by System of a Down.
Best song to end an all-nighter on?
Intro by The xx.
Any new music / band you are into at the moment?
Intro - The xx
I choose this song because it's perfect for every mood at every occasion and never fails to make me happy.
Surrender - Billy Talent
I choose this song because this is my all time favourite band because of their lyrics which is very relatable, I love the vocalist's voice, and I generally like slow songs of rock bands.
Communication Downbreak - Amateur Takes Control
I choose this song because my friends and I were playing a role playing game, and one of us miscommunicated and it’s our background song that plays in the back of our head when we talk and laugh about it and because it’s such an amazing song.
Arizona - snny
I choose this song because I took a trip with my fellow barber brother aka Nomad Barber from UK for 22 days back in 2017, and this is our song.
Satisfaction - Benny Benassi
This song just pumps me up when I need to get going, like walking really quickly to the toilet.
Homage for Satan - Deicide
My must play song at the gym because it sounds nice and angry at the same time, which is rare.
The Mexican - Babe Ruth
Used to listen to this song during my breaking days because it’s a classic, I still do when I wanna do some toprock.
Somewhere I Belong - Linkin Park
Early 2000s secondary school song, brings back good memories.
Reflection eternal - Nujabes
Probably the reason why I love lo-fi/chillwave/downtempo music.
Chop Suey! - System Of A Down
First time listening to this song was when I was watching this video of Circus Runaways, an abstract b-boy crew, and this was the song playing.
1976 - RJD2
One of my all time favourite DJ when I don’t know what to listen, and this MV is just so sick.
Medicate - Golden Features
I like that parts of the song sounds “distorted and out of tune” but at the same time, correct too.