Now, we here at Slicing Up Eyeballs HQ have assembled Christmas-themed mixtapes in years past, but never to this scale. Below you’ll find a brand-new, 75-song mix of classic alternative acts performing old standards and holiday-themed originals. That’s a whopping four hours of Christmas cheer, all streaming here.
Category: Auto Reverse
There’s been much talk these past few months about the 30th anniversary of some of the landmark albums released in 1987, so we figured we’d dedicate the August installment of the Auto Reverse mixtape series to some of the great songs released that year. Stream both sides right here.
OK, so, yeah, it’s no longer June. In fact we’re 10 days deep into July. Still, better late than never, and all that. Meaning, here’s the overdue June installment of the ever-popular Auto Reverse mixtape series, two 45-minutes sides of classic-alternative goodness for your listening pleasure. Stream it here.
Cutting it a bit close this month, but, hey, that’s tradition around here at Slicing Up Eyeballs. Nevertheless, we’re back with the May installment of the ever-popular Auto Reverse mixtape series — and it’s one of our occasional themed installments, no less. This month’s tape is all Manchester acts.
In true Slicing Up Eyeballs fashion, we’re quickly running out of room on the calendar to be able to legitimately call this the April installment of the Auto Reverse mixtape — but we have, in fact, delivered, if just a few days under the wire. Thank you for your patience.
Yes, it’s true, the return of Slicing Up Eyeballs’ monthly Auto Reverse mixtape was no fluke. Here we are once again with a fresh chapter in the ongoing saga, featuring two 45-minute sides of classic alternative tracks — posted below for your streaming and/or downloading pleasure.
Back by semi-popular demand: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ monthly Auto Reverse mixtape series, featuring two 45-minute sides of hand-picked classic college rock and alternative tracks — posted below for your streaming and/or downloading pleasure.
Hey, it wouldn’t be the Auto Reverse mixtape series if we weren’t a little late, right? So, yeah, March may already be here, but that doesn’t mean we can’t finally post the February installment of this ever-popular run. Which means we’ve go two fresh 45-minute sides of great music for you.
For this month’s installment of the ever-popular Auto Reverse mixtape series, we’ve decided to go with a theme: cover songs. So on the two 45-minute sides posted below for your streaming and/or downloading pleasure, you’ll find cover songs by classic alternative artists and covers of classic alternative artists.
Keeping with our unfortunate tradition of mixtape lateness, this was supposed to have been finished and posted earlier this past week to serve as a nice pre-Halloween collection of goth, post-punk and darker tunes. Oops. Still, here’s October’s entry in the Auto Reverse mixtape series, featuring two 45-minutes of dark fare.
Well, that last mea culpa, back in May, deserves a mea cupla all of its own. But here we are, four months later. And we’ve finally coughed up a new entry in our Auto Reverse mixtape series. But it’s a good one: A tribute to the late, great BBC DJ and tastemaker John Peel.
First: a mea culpa. Yes, the Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape Department has fallen down on the job, failing to produce a new entry in the Auto Reverse series since winter wrapped its cruel grip across this land. That dark chasm of silence even prompted one loyal listener to email us: “Why do you hate the mixtapes?”
With just a couple days left in February, we’ve just managed to squeeze in this month’s (belated) installment in the Auto Reverse series: two fresh 45-minute sides that you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, at least for a limited time, courtesy of the link included right here.
Another month, another mixtape: The Auto Reverse series returns for January, with two fresh 45-minute sides that you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, at least for a limited time, courtesy of the link included below. This month’s tape includes new music from The Mission and the Pixies and plenty of old favorites.