Ok, so it's somewhat blatant self-promo because it's my own mix, but I actually listen to this one a lot since I made it last spring. I'm really happy with how it turned out.
Similar to making a mixtape for yourself back in the day, I had all these great tracks from various sources and finally assembled them all together into one volume for the sake of listening convenience.
Hope you enjoy!
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_** A lo-to-mid-fi tape-hiss-shrouded coldwave/minimal synth/flexipop-inspired mix.**
> Tracks were culled from various comps: Sex and Bestiality International Report, Minimal Ethics, Femmes Sous Cellophane, Colonial Vipers, Cold Waves & Minimal Electronics and handfuls taken from the highly-recommended Tribute to/None Night of Flexi-pop series.
> At the time, I was without mixer & DJ software, so everything was dragged, dropped and sequenced track-by-track in Audacity, a time-intensive but oddly relaxing process that felt nostalgic: spending more time with the songs themselves and the process of making a mix, writing the tracklist down, doodling while listening and so on- it was as close to making a proper physical mixtape on cassette as I had been in a long time. Way more engaging than wham-banging an iTunes playlist in 5 minutes.
1 Beastiality and Sex [intro] by Culturcide
2 Human Factors by Innerface
3 Riot Squad by Vice Versa
4 Ehonte (shameless)  by Son of Sam
5 Unhealthy Lifestyle by The Amuzikons
6 I Don't Wanna Be by Andre de St Obin
7 Komm Besuch Mich Heut by Die Verspannen
8 The Heavenmakers by Ende Shneafilet
9 No More Expo by Sympathy Nervous
10 Money Crisis by Sympathy Nervous
11 Figures by Absolute Body Control
12 Never Come Back by Kas Product
13 Anyway by OTO
14 Exposition Partie 5 by Philippe Laurent
15 Music to Save the World By by Alan Burnham
16 Fucked by Partly Cloudy
17 New Jealousies by White Door
18 Funeral by Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons
19 Video Violence by Bobby and Synthia
20 Blue Eyes by Fall of Saigon
21 Pretty Day by Mary Moor