weekly mix #1

As you might have noticed, there was no final mix for 2012. I kind of ran out of time and decided to just move on. I may post a little top ten or so of my most played tracks this year, but we’ll see. Here we are already a week into 2013.

  1. U2 – A Sort of Homecoming
  2. The Lighthouse and The Whaler – Little Vessels
  3. The National – Afraid of Everyone
  4. William Fitzsimmons – Find Me To Forget
  5. Eagle Seagull – You’re The Reason Why I’m Afraid To Die
  6. The Detroit Cobras – Let’s Forget About The Past
  7. Blood Orange – Champagne Coast
  8. Freedom Or Death – This Crowded Room
  9. My Brightest Diamond – Of Fear and Wonder (I Found A Universe)
  10. Son Volt – Windfall
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weekly mix #1

A new year, a new mix. Welcome to your year.

  1. Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX – My Cloud
    The best way to start the year.
  2. Eleanor Friedberger – Glitter Gold Year
    2010 2012
  3. Cotton Jones – Gotta Cheer Up
  4. PJ Harvey – Before Departure
  5. Kate Bush – All The Love
  6. Lucero – Across The River
    Crossed so many rivers this week I’ve lost count.
  7. Thurston Moore – Benediction
    Hoping you got to spend the New Year with someone you love, like I did.
  8. Wilco – Jesus, Etc.
  9. Johnny Thunders – (You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A) Memory
    About an hour or so before midnight on the last day of 2011, I got to hear Jesse Malin cover this. Pretty good end to an okay year.
  10. M Ward – Fahey
    The end is only the beginning.

weekly mix #1

First mix of the year. Next week’s will be a few days late.

Listen here.

  1. Stevie Nicks – Nothing Ever Changes
  2. Rilo Kiley – Dream World
  3. Neon Trees – In The Next Room
  4. Buffalo Tom – Taillights Fade
    This song came on the radio the other day and made me feel like I was 16 again.
  5. Peter Gabriel – Don’t Give Up
    somewhere there’s a place where we belong
  6. Lovely Sparrows – Wraith
  7. Tigers That Talked – The Merchant
  8. Villagers – Twenty Seven Strangers
    Lots of songs about traveling this week.
  9. Elvis Costello – A Slow Drag With Josephine
    I was reading an article about Elvis Costello this week that described this song as “the way rock and roll sounded in 1921”.
  10. Alexandre Desplat – Mr. Fox In The Fields