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Various Artists / Bridgetown Records Summer Mixtape 2011
Album:Bridgetown Records Summer Mixtape 2011 Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists Added:07/2011
Label:Bridgetown Records 

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Add Date:2011-07-24 Pull Date:2011-09-25 
Week Ending:18 Sep11 Sep4 Sep21 Aug14 Aug7 Aug31 Jul
Airplays:1121231

 Recent Airplay
1.Dec 06, 2011:There and Back Again
Southbound
4.Sep 07, 2011:don't hate me because i'm beautiful
Machine Shop, Zones
2.Sep 26, 2011:Ghost Trees (cont..)
Machine Shop
5.Sep 02, 2011:Time Traveler
Swimming Story
3.Sep 16, 2011:Not Quite Primetime
Southbound, Machine Shop, Eyes Meet The Night (Part Ii), Wet Cliffs, I Thought I, Oscar Bought A Boat
6.Aug 28, 2011:lost and found
Grey Again

Album Review
HYPRK
Reviewed 2011-07-18 
Compilation of songs taken from recent tape releases by LA-based Bridgetown Records. Bridgetown was one of the first (if not the first) label to be on board with KZSU cassettes. They release a variety of different sounds, ranging from the lo-fi pop of Cloud Nothings’ debut, to the swirly drone of Hedia, to the label-heads own excellent ambient project, Kevin Greenspon. I haven’t heard a compilation this good in a long time…

FCC CLEAN

1. Washed-out shoegaze. Loose, indiscernible vocals. 2. Chill ambient with subtle ringing textures. *3. Dreamy pop with gentle lyrics, a gentle, lush atmosphere, and upbeat percussion. Excellent. 4. Contemplative drone. 5. Full-throttle lo-fi bedroom rock with a relentless 808 drumbeat. Ridiculous deadpan vocals. *6. Larger-than life ambient. Nostalgic, with gentle whispering textures. 7. Heavy garage. Punished guitars, cutthroat vocals. 8. Pulsating ambient work. Very relaxing. *9. Slow rock with massive waves of washed-out static. 10. White hot ambient. Rebirth. 11. Deep bass-driven ballad. Deadpan nonsensical lyrics ranging from Mario Kart to Kafka, to getting drunk on Brandy. Borrows lyrics from Sum 41’s “Fat Lip.” Oh god, how do I know that? #NowThatsWhatICallMusic 12. Piano-driven ambient work. Sad and almost mourning. *13. Guided By Voices + Billy Idol guitar riffs. Echoey with lots of delay pedal. It works, trust me. 14. Wandering art-rock. Starts chill and ambient and grows into a loose psychedelic jam. *15. Sundrips. High-altitude face-melting synthesizer. Rapidly fluctuating with nice little breaths of fuzz. 16. Late-night paranoid experimental. Lots of scattered chimes and wandering drone. 17. Sloppy female punk. Sounds like a drunk Dum Dum Girls. *18. Waking up to realize you’ve been asleep for 200 years. Finding the world to be abandoned, and populated only by towering cities of glass. Then you go dancing with yourself. In short: a truly remarkable ambient composition. 19. Slow piano-driven soft rock. Nice breathy female vocals. 20. Same artist as track eighteen. Lacerating pulses, breathless undulations. Wistful. 21. Excerpt from a 15-minute ambient suite titled “Featherache Part II.” Mellow and tranquil.

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1.Vehicle BluesOscar Bought A Boat
2.HediaApnoea
3.Sea OlenaSwimming Story
4.Former SelvesMoment
5.Jon BarbaI Thought I
6.Sky StadiumSomewhere Else
7.Chicken SandwichThe Rise And Fall Of Kevin Greenspon (Part Ii)
8.Kevin GreensponBarring Will
9.Hollow SunshineGrey Again
10.Derek RogersUnto The Keeper
11.Hermit ConventionKafkaesque
12.BrahmsA Full Embrace
13.Grizzel ToeWet Cliffs
14.Former SelvesZones
15.SundripsCloud Boundary
16.Lee NobleEyes Meet The Night (Part Ii)
17.Jon BarbaSo Many People (On This Planet)
18.Kevin GreensponMachine Shop
19.Sea OleenaSouthbound
20.Kevin GreensponCity Breeze
21.HediaFeatherache Part Ii