Weekend Mixes are provided by The Tale of The Tape, a locally-run web publication featuring daily content devoted to new music and key releases from the past decade. Check it out at thetaleofthetape.com.
With a link to stream the new Panda Bear, a handful of videos, a snippet from a Frank Black-produced Art Brut album, and 10-track Weekend Mix, The Tale of The Tape turned in yet another week of aggregated goodness.
As always, thanks to those guys for sharing.
Also, thanks for getting Alex Winston‘s “Sister Wife” stuck in our heads for 24 hours straight. Kidding, of course. It’s a good one.
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