Tuesday, August 9

The Mixtape

It's the middle of the week and here over at Beach Sounds we thought it was only fitting to give you all a new batch of songs to munch on till Friday. Enjoy.

Lana Del Rey - Video Game 
    Possibly playing as the understudy for the song at the funeral home, it's safe to say that this new track from Lana Del Rey is pretty creepy, but in a good way. It's haunting and minimal yet elegant and
catchy. Video Games will definitely remind you of Nancy Sinatra or Chan Marshal, but overall, it has a life of it's own. Give it a listen to.

 M83 - Midnight City
    Anthony Gonzalez is back and he allegedly brings two LP's worth of  of epic, post-rock tunes with him. Giving us just a glimpse of what LP 6 will sound like, Midnight City is a ferociously danceable track that satisfies all of the right cravings. With a title like Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, we're excited to see what Mr. M83 has in store for us. 

Midnight City by M83

Chad Valley - Now That I'm Real
    Chad Valley is man who seems to be doing all of the spring cleaning on chillwave. With nothing innovative or unique coming out of the genre since it's inception, this family friendly gives us another chance to Feel It All Around without feeling old or washed out.
Chad Valley - Now That I'm Real (How Does It Feel) by Posh Magazine

EMA - California
    It's hard to not want to hear every word EMA has to say on California. With a backing tract of
harmonious distortion, EMA, a music vet in her own right, utters verse after verse of honesty. She's got something to say. You've got something to listen to.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Ffunny Ffriends                              

    Lo-fi's in again, or so Unknown Mortal Orchestra are leading us to believe. This summer jam is fun and simple. Infesting it's simple drum beat and melody into your head, this care free tune has something for everyone (and by everyone I means hipsters from the Mission).

Unknown Mortal Orchestra - "Ffunny Ffrends" by performermag

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