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Been Too Long
September 13th, 2010

After the overwhelming onslaught of music from the Summer Mix Series I haven't felt entirely compelled to do much in the new music procurement department. Quantity vs quality is a losing battle. Fortunately, I've emerged from this mindset and put together a bundle of songs that reflect what I've been listening to quite a bit lately. As with all of my mixes there are several recognizable names in the list but hopefully a few new acts sprinkled among them to take proper note of.

There's no over arching grand theme to this one, just some of the music that I've been enjoying lately. Please investigate further if you hear an artist you enjoy.. all of these songs are just the tip of their proverbial icebergs.

I've also put together a single mix file of the compilation - to keep your iTunes less cluttered and make your listening experience more immersive. The regular zip file contains the individual tracks.

  1. Department of Eagles - While We're Young
  2. We Are Trees - Sunrise Sunset
  3. Ghost of a Sabre Tooth Tiger - Jardin du Luxembourg
  4. Tame Impala - Solitude Is Bliss
  5. Electronic Anthology Project - I Dim Our Angst In Agony (Goin' Against Your Mind)
  6. Working for a Nuclear Free City - Do A Stunt
  7. Action! - Sandpiper
  8. Karen Elson - The Ghost Who Walks
  9. TV Torso - Slanderers' Stew
  10. Dent May - Eastover Wives
  11. No Age - Glitter
  12. Tetsuo - Banshee Mansion
  13. Candy Claws - The Breathing Fire
  14. Admiral Radley - G N D N
  15. Jogger - Falling
  16. Dean and Britta - Knives from Bavaria
  17. Matt Berry - Farewell, Summer Sun
  18. Lux Perpetua - Fuck Around
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