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Interlude
May 8th, 2006

The choice to make a mix of instrumental tracks from typically non-instrumental bands seemed fairly easy at first. Upon further investigation I found myself repeating several artists from past mixes (some as recent as last month). This is unfortunate but pulling from a limited pool of songs creates such an inevitable situation. On the whole I think it's a successful mix - very few vocals (samples don't count) and when they do show up they are typically pretty ambient.. except for the Quasimoto track, I just couldn't resist putting that one on there.

In the end, this mix may not introduce you to a wide variety of new artists but rather expose another side to already established artists. Next month I've already got some real gems lined up, hopefully this will tide you over.

  1. Goldcard - Prologue
  2. Bloodthirsty Lovers - Telepathic
  3. Menomena - Crunka
  4. John Linnell - Pennsylvania
  5. Starlight Mints - Rhino Stomp
  6. Call Florence Pow - Preparation for Battle
  7. Failure - Segue 1
  8. Secret Machines - Marconi's Radio
  9. Trail Of Dead - To Russia My Homeland
  10. Dredg - Brushstroke- An Elephant In The Delta Waves
  11. Hayden - Instrumental With Mellotron
  12. Elastica - Miami Nice
  13. The Robot Ate Me - Just One Girl
  14. Eels - Marie Floating Over The Backyard
  15. Broken Social Scene - Pacific Theme
  16. Quazimoto - Come On Feet
  17. Count Bass-D - Real Music vs. Bu11$#!+
  18. Doves - Zither
  19. Sparklehorse - Box Of Stars (Part Two)
  20. Jorsh - Boxer
  21. Mark Mallman - Untitled
  22. Grandaddy - E. Knievel Interlude (The Perils Of Keeping It Real)
  23. Creeper Lagoon - She Love Me Not
  24. The Most Serene Republic - Epilogue
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