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  1. The Sight Below / ISO50

    The Sight Below recently compiled an amazing tracklist for a Fact Magazine Mix packed with lush distorted dream pop from the 80’s and 90’s.

    • slowdive \ slowdive \ slowdive \ creation \ 1990
    • chapterhouse \ treasure \ whirlpool \ dedicated \ 1991
    • franke \ jag älskar dig \ aldrig förstå ep \ luxury \ 2003
    • joy division \ isolation \ closer \ factory \ 1980
    • echo & the bunnymen \ do it clean \ crocodiles \ korova \ 1980
    • spacemen 3 \ take me to the other side \ the perfect prescription \ glass records \ 1987
    • cocteau twins \ lorelei \ treasure \ 4ad \ 1984
    • kate bush \ hounds of love \ hounds of love \ emi \ 1985
    • iggy pop \ nightclubbing \ the idiot \ rca \ 1977
    • teenage filmstars \ loving \ star \ creation \ 1992
    • seefeel \ more like space \ more like space ep \ too pure \ 1993
    • clan of xymox \ no words \ clan of xymox \ 4ad \ 1985

    http://blog.iso50.com/2010/05/21/the-sight-below-post-rock-era-mix/

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  2. Gaslamp Killer - I Spit on Your Grave mix

    45mins of pure head-nodding beats from LA’s finest. Old breaks + new beats.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  3. Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) by Florence The Machine

    Remixed by Jamie T

    From http://www.abeano.com/blog/this-week-at-abeano-towers-jamie-t-florence-atm-and-ygt

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  4. Colin Meloy — Everyday Is Like Sunday

    The lead singer of The Decemberists covers the lead singer of The Smiths.

    From http://www.blowinyourcover.com/2009/08/welcome-to-gayborhood-pt-3.html

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  5. Lozninger - Toxic (orig. by Britney Spears)

    "I could have sworn we had heard the last of the great Toxic covers long before now. But French folkpop experimentalist Lozninger’s comprehensive melodic and tonal deconstruction of the otherwise over-covered tune turns the Britney Spears original into something delicious, almost unrecognizable, and not yet heard: swirling and moody, an underwater city draped with softly rippling seaweed." From http://coverlaydown.com/2009/07/new-artists-old-songs-mailbox-overflow-covers-of-britney-kanye-supertramp-johnny-cash-more/

    —Huffduffed by Clampants