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88 Spotisfaction Wednesday 21/07/10 – Thom Lavelle

Bonjour et mercredi heureux. Apportez la discothèque! Today’s playlist is one of mine and is a combination of funky tracks that have got me through the last few days of stressful moving and acts that played 2000trees festival. All in all, it’s a pretty good mix. Check it.

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88 Spotisfaction Wednesday (21 Jul) – TLavelle

Tracklist

  1. Terry Poison – Comme ci comme ca (The Twelves Remix)
  2. Goldheart Assembly – King Of Rome
  3. Klaxons – Forgotten Works
  4. Errors – A Rumor In Africa
  5. Trentemoller – Silver Surfer, Ghost Rider Go!!!
  6. 65daysofstatic – Dance Dance Dance
  7. Abe Vigoda – House
  8. Tubelord – Night Of Pencils
  9. Sleigh Bells – Infinity Guitars
  10. Desaparecidos – Popn’ Off At The F
  11. Little Fish – Am I Crazy
  12. Sky Larkin – Octopus ‘08
  13. The Xcerts – Home Versus Home
  14. And So I Watched You From Afar – Set Guitars To Kill
  15. Vessels – Altered Beast
  16. Three Trapped Tigers – 6
  17. Maybeshewill – He Films The Clouds Pt. 2
  18. Daft Punk – Too Long (Gonzales Version)
  19. Air – So Light Is Her Footfall
  20. Metronomy – Love Song For Dog

Haven’t got much to say about this playlist. I just knocked it up as I fancied listening to a few tracks. Kicking off is The Twelves Remix of “Comme ci comme ca”, which in typical Twelves style brings the disco. If you’ve never heard these Brazillian love bastards at work, this is a fantastic place to start. I slipped Goldheart Assembly’s “King Of Rome” in next because it just feels good, you know? Let’s keep things happy for now, eh?
Tubelord were at 2000trees, unfortunately I missed them. To make up for it, I’ll just leave “Night Of Pencils” here. I also missed Sky Larkin at the recent Broken Social Scene gig, which is a shame as they are fantastic – “Octopus ‘08” highlights this, then underlines it. Then draws a lightening bolt behind it. Kickin’ rad aces.

And So I Watched You From Afar were one of my favourite acts I did see at 2000trees. They were tight, they were vibrant and “Set Guitars To Kill” really sets the scene for the second half of the playlist.

Gonzales has a knack for picking fantastic tracks to re-imagining, and I’m sure you’ll remember the reworking of “Too Long” from Daft Punk’s catalogue.

Closing this playlist is Air’s sublime “So Light Is Her Footfall” and Metronomy’s “Love Song For A Dog”, which to be fair feels a little out of place, but I just wanted to end with it. They were fantastic at 2000trees and I know for a fact made a few converts to their cause with their sublime set.

For now, for then, au revoir.