and popsy

Old pop music mostly: France and Sweden, frozen lands, suggest vague winter theme, also rain. There should be a picture for this probably? But there’s not because it’s gray and rainy outside.

  1. Telepathe, “Chrome’s On It” (IAmSound)
  2. Moderne, “Indicatif” (Arabella)
  3. Popchor Berlin, “Mongoloid” (Flittchen)
  4. Johnny Boy, “You Are the Generation That Bought More Shoes and You Get What You Deserve” (Vertigo)
  5. Los Campesinos!, “Frontwards” (Arts & Crafts)
  6. Nixon, “Anorak Christmas” (Popkonst)
  7. Georges Delerue & François Truffaut, snippet from La nuit américaine
  8. Pulp, “Seconds” (Island)
  9. Les Rita Mitsouko, “Le petit train” (Virgin France)
  10. Alphabeat, “Rubber Boots/Mackintosh” (Copenhagen Records)
  11. Anoraak, “Never Ending Romance Disaster” (Endless Summer Recordings)
  12. Gentle Touch, “Fascination” (Songs I Wish)
  13. Fucked Up, “Son the Father” (Matador)
  14. Pavement, “Debris Slide” (Drag City)
  15. Georges Delerue & François Truffaut, snippet from La nuit américaine
  16. P.S. I Love You, “Where on Earth Is Kevin Shields?” (Rocket Girl)
  17. Xploding Plastix, “Sunset Spirals (Rune Lindbæk remix)” (Columbia)

somewhere in bulgaria mix

the aleksandr nevsky cathedral, i think

  1. Al Moodie, “Everything Crash” (B.R.U. Records)
  2. The Fall, “So What about It?” (Fontana)
  3. Envy, “An Umbrella Fallen into Fiction” (Temporary Residence)
  4. Fennesz, “Glide” (Touch)
  5. John Cage, “Experiences No. 2” (Obscure)
  6. Ghost, “Snuffbox Immanence” (Drag City)
  7. Efdemin, “America” (Curle)
  8. Dextro, “Do You Need Help?” (Border Community)
  9. Terre Thaemlitz, “Between Empathy and Sympathy is Time (Apartheid)” (Mille Plateaux)
  10. DJ Sprinkles, “Ball’r (Madonna-free zone)” (Mule Musiq)
  11. DJ Mujava, “Township Funk (DJ Nonsense mix)” (Warp)
  12. Kate Bush, “King of the Mountain (Radio Slave remix)” (white label)
  13. Saint Etienne, “A Slavic Beauty with a Rose between Her Teeth” (Foreign Office)
  14. The Clientele, “6 a.m. Morningside” (Elefant)
  15. Robert Wyatt, “The Whole Point of No Return” (Hannibal Records)