belated, baby presents: Creepy, Baby


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We’re back with our second mix in as many weeks (the Fall mix is awaiting permission to enter your aural canals here).

But this one is a bit more special–for the first holiday themed mix, we’ve compiled twelve tracks that, together, are bound to spook any sensible individual. An alien Radiohead b-side kicks things off, followed by everyone’s favorite street-stalking, GTA-3 featured dub reggae act, Scientist. There’s also an exclusive, outright haunting Halloween edition of Gnarls Barkley’s “The Boogie Monster.” And yeah, there are two Dead Man’s Bones tracks in there–you’ll appreciate the double shot by the time the Silverlake Conservatory of Music’s children’s choir is belting out “When I think about you / Flowers grow out of my grave!”

Listen in the dark at your own risk/pleasure:

01 :: 00:00 :: Radiohead – “The National Anthem (Amnesia Disc 2 version)”
02 :: 03:58 :: Scientist – “Your Teeth in My Neck”
03 :: 08:39 :: Timber Timbre – “Woman”  
04 :: 12:27 :: Cass McCombs – “Buried Alive”
05 :: 18:00 :: Cults – “Bad Things”
06 :: 21:33 :: Cites Aviv – “Sixsixsixes”
07 :: 23:44 :: Dead Man’s Bones – “Werewolf Heart”
08 :: 27:02 :: Air – “Dark Messages”
09 :: 29:25 :: Gnarls Barkley – “The Boogie Monster (slow)”
10 :: 32:40 :: Shlohmo – “Trapped in a Burning House”
11 :: 36:26 :: Tom Waits – “Poor Edward”
12 :: 40:04 :: Dead Man’s Bones – “Flowers Grow Out of My Grave”
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Related: Album Review: Cities Aviv, ‘Digital Lows’
Related: belated tune: Shlohmo, “Places”