Let’s start this week with a new Five Tracks mix, shall we? This one has six songs because, quite honestly, we were kind of into the groove that was going on and wanted to let it last a bit longer. It starts off big and cheery with bombastic synths before getting Madonna-y and darker for a while before going back to those big chords. It’s a dancefloor journey in thirty-odd minutes. Or something. Anyway, here’s a cover image and track listing:
Yes, we know we just did one of these things but Kevin was practicing for this Friday’s River Gods gig and he liked how these records fit together as a compact little bundle and here we go. As always, you can right click to download so you can stick this on your phone or iPod or whatever it is you use when you’re not online.
Five tracks, mixed while Kevin enjoyed his morning coffee. It starts off cool and mournful before going spacy, ecstatic and disco. It’s not perfect, but we’re fond of it. As always, right-click to download for the best sound quality.
We finally had a chance to go and make a new one of these for you guys! What’s in this one? Well, first of all, eight tracks. Not five. We know. This gets a bit dark and moody in the middle section, but stick with it. We promise it’s rewarding.
This started out as a usual Five Tracks mix but grew out of our control, like some sort of disco monster. So, here, nine tracks that are all very recent and pretty, pretty good, if we say so ourselves.
We didn’t really expect to make you a new Five Tracks mix, but we were bored around the house and, well, here it is. It’s got six songs because, as usual, we’re crappy with math (and Kevin wanted to make sure that last song got tacked on there because he really likes that remix). Right click to download for the optimum sonic experience, of course.
A new mix for a new week. Right-click here to download.
Boston area residents: come listen to Kevin play records tonight! If you don’t know where River Gods is, it’s super-easy to get to from Central Square in Cambridge!