A monthly mix: June!
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It's that time again! This marks the very first two mix streak of consecutive monthly mixes – as you may know, I tend to forget to keep these kinds of 'regular' things going! About the mix though, it's a very good one! Featuring a smattering of mostly U.S. indiepop mostly from the 90s mostly with leanings towards quick, noisy, fuzzy, hook-laden pop songs. In short, the perfect thing for these hot summer days. Personal highlights include Poastal's "The Absolute Magnitude...", with it's speedy and totally unrelenting bassline; Fuzzy's "Flashlight", which I only just heard very recently, but have quickly fallen in love with it – look at her voice go!; and Red Dye No. 5's "Hope", a song I'd been meaning to track down for a long time, from a compilation (Pure Spun Sugar) which I'd also been trying to locate for quite some time! I have it now and I couldn't be happier. I hope you love the mix! Let me know what you think of it!
01. Fuzzy :: Flashlight
02. The Summer Hits :: Laetitia
03. Racecar :: Wonderment
04. Henry's Dress :: Get Yourself Together
05. Poastal :: The Absolute Magnitude of Negative Five
06. Schrasj :: Tower
07. Boyracer :: In Love
08. #Poundsign# :: Button
09. Fudge :: Girlwish
10. Plumtree :: The Phone, The Phone
11. The Cherry Smash :: Airport Girl
12. Red Dye No. 5 :: Hope Stumble It!