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Swish Blog Playlist Mix 05-05-05

May 05, 2005

My life has been very uninteresting recently, well not too bad for me personally, but far too boring for me to write about on here; hence the lack of entries. I have, however, been able to make a new mix tape for this week which is available to download below (please right click and save as and don’t stream it kills my bandwidth allocation).

I’ve also recruited a new writer, Helen from Popstar Feets is going to be contributing gig reviews and the like to this site (mainly so I can put my feet up), so expect a post from her in the next couple of days.

Ok here’s the mix for you all, again my week has been rather barren musically speaking so most of the tracks were filched and ripped from other musicblogs and artist websites, apologies if you’ve heard or downloaded any of the tracks recently. I’d also like to apologise that there are only 14 tracks – I’m very tired – I really didn’t realise until far too late in the process.

The Swish Blog Weekly Playlist Mix, 05/05/05
High Quality 160kbps (52MB) | Low Quality 64kbps (21MB)

1. Nine - ¡Forward Russia!
2. Circle, Square, Triangle - Test-icicles
3. Straight Edging (Remix) - No Pets
4. She's Not Leaving - The Research
5. A Happy Medium - Malcolm Middleton
6. Automatic Lock - Black Candy
7. Weekdays Are Schooldays, Weekends Are Mine - The Rollstons
8. From The Begining - New Rhodes
9. You'll Change - Clor
10. Unsold Thoughts - Keith
11. Pomali Ptaci - Petr Nikl & Lakome Barky
12. Another Number (Rollercoaster Project Mix) - The Cribs
13. Cassette - The Glimmers
14. Black Cotton Sweater - Ethan Lipton

As usual if you would like any information on any of the artists featured don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll see what I can do. However I am now unable to take requests for individual mp3s of each track, it was taking far too much of my time.

 Posted by Chris at May 5, 2005 11:14 PM |  Category: Mixes, Playlists

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