The second season fo Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang's Master Of None arrived on Netflix today, May 12. Much like the first season of the show, music plays a key part in this latest run.
In an interview with Variety, music supervisor Zach Cowie points to '60s Italian artists Mina and Pino d’Angio as being key to the sound of the season opener. Meanwhile, Pitchfork notes that other artists whose music pops up across the 10 episodes include David Bowie, D'Angelo, Kraftwerk, Tupac, and Digable Planets.
In a note published on Twitter this morning, Cowie confirmed there are plans in place to release an official soundtrack both digitally and on vinyl this summer. "The release features a selection of tunes from the season (some not available via streaming services!)," Cowie wrote. "We worked hard to make it a killer listen from start to finish."
Master of None’s official soundtrack release is available on Itunes via Lakeshore Records and on vinyl via Mondo Records this summer.