New Mixtape: JayeL Audio 4-4-12

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Spring returned in ATL, but someone might have got the seasons confused because its more like Summer here. Santigold, Tanlines, Edward Sharpe and Free Energy are here to let you know: they aren’t confused and essentially picked up where they left off since we last heard them. Elsewhere, Cudder and Dot Da Genius get into space age love as WZRD on “Teleport 2 Me” and Reptar shows why they are one of my band’s to watch on the spring-ready anthem “Sebastian”. Also, someone really needs to explain to me why “Wolf” was only a bonus cut off First Aid Kit’s recent album. If their album leftovers sound like that, they need to put out album #3 already. Lastly, I’m not sure what a Django Django is, but if these guys put out thumping music like “Default”, I’ll support it.

JayeL Audio 4-4-12 (link)
1. Santigold – Disparate Youth
2. The Mowgli’s – San Francisco
3. Tanlines – All of Me
4. Django Django – Default
5. Reptar – Sebastian
6. Vacationer – Good As New
7. Norah Jones – Happy Pills
8. Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine
9. Francis – Traktor
10. First Aid Kit – Wolf
11. Elliott Brood – Northern Air
12. WZRD (aka Kid Cudi & Dot Da Genius) – Teleport 2 Me
13. Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes – Man On Fire
14. DWNTWN – Transition
15. U.S. Royalty – Sleepy Eyes
16. The Neighbourhood – Sweater Weather
17. Free Energy – Electric Fever
18. Maximo Park – The National Health
19. Capital Cities – Kangaroo Court
20. Deportees – A New Name To Go By ft Lykke Li
21. The Civil Wars – Billie Jean (MJ cover on LaundroMatinee)

Special Thanks to CoS, PMA, All Things Go and Phil for the heads up on the Civil Wars cover.

In case I’ve neglected to mention it before, the .xml file included in the folder you are about to download will organize all these songs in the order I intended. Simply add the “JayeL Audio 4-4-12” folder of songs to your iTunes, then click “File”>”Library”>”Import Playlist” and select the .xml file. You’ll be able to hear the songs in the order I intended. Yes, there is a method to my madness.

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