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Download A Free Mixtape From Vessels

By Tim Chester

Posted on 10 May 11

 
 

This is a bit good. Lee Malcolm, of Leeds glitch-rockers Vessels (catch up on them with a couple of free downloads from back in January here), has thrown together a mixtape of tracks from some like-minded souls, and sent it to us to give away.

If you're a fan of Fever Ray, Bear In Heaven, Nathan Fake, Broken Social Scene or Ninja Tune's Cougar, you may want to download this pronto. Featuring several more classics and some pretty nifty mixing.

Vessels


Here's the tracklisting - download below.

cLOUDDEAD - 'Dead Dogs Too'
Cougar - 'Pulse Conditioner'
Lee Fields & The Expressions - 'My World'
Fever Ray - 'If I Had A Heart'
Bear In Heaven - 'Beast In Peace'
Jackson And His Computer Band - 'Arpeggio'
Panda Bear - 'Take Pills'
Nathan Fake - 'Grandfathered'
Pantha Du Prince - 'Lay In A Shimmer'
Stafrænn Hákon - 'Unnar'
Broken Social Scene - 'Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl'
Lemon Jelly - 'Closer'
Shogun Kunitoki - 'Holvirkirkko'

Download Vessels' Lee Malcolm's mixtape here

Lee Vessels

In other news, Malcolm is set to release his own album, a collection of electronic / techno noises called 'Folded Spaces' that will include his infamous cover of the Yello track 'Oh Yeah', which you may remember from Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

Lee J. Malcolm - 'Oh Yeah'

 
 
 
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