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.
Seeing as how we’re a bit late in delivering the December entry in the Auto Reverse mixtape series, we’re going to break format slightly and instead drop a huge Christmas mix on you — a 40-song, two-hour collection of festive fare from the likes of X, R.E.M., Cocteau Twins and more.
After righting the mixtape ship last month, we’ve made great efforts to re-stablize delivery of the Auto Reverse series, and so now comes the November installment. Below you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, two 45-minute sides brimming with great music from your favorite artists.
Well, this is a tad more than just a little embarrassing. We’re not just a couple weeks behind, but, rather, nearly two months late in posting the next installment in the Auto Reverse mixtape series — so late, in fact, that we’ve gone ahead and made it a double. So download or stream all four 45-minutes of music new and vintage.
Now that we’re knee-deep in August, seems as good a time as any to dump the new installment of the Auto Reverse mixtape series on you guys— two 45-minute sides of music new and vintage from some of your favorite artists. Below, you can stream it via Mixcloud or download the two sides, too.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape features new music from both the Pixies and ex-Pixie Kim Deal, plus some vintage tunes by The Replacements, X, My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, New Order, The Mission, Robyn Hitchcock, The Cure, King Missile, The Godfathers, Ramones and The Bubblemen.
This month’s tape features brand-new music from Nine Inch Nails and Miracle Legion’s Mark Mulcahy, plus classics from Talking Heads, Richard Hell, Billy Bragg, Midnight Oil, Galaxie 500, Screaming Blue Messiahs, Elvis Costello, Gang of Four, Pylon, Orange Juice, Sugar and much more.
Well, this is embarrassing. We’re more than two weeks later with this month’s installment of the Auto Reverse mixtape — two 45-minute sides of music new and vintage from your favorite artists. And, while we’re still using Mixcloud to stream the tape, due to popular demand, it’s downloadable, too — for a limited time.
Another month, another Auto Reverse mixtape — two 45-minute sides of music new and vintage. But change is in the air: We’ve altered format slightly, moving from Soundcloud to Mixcloud for the streaming mixes, which, unfortunately, are no longer available for download.
Well, we’re once again a bit behind this month, but better late than never with the latest installment in our Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute slabs of music to help ease you through your day. Stream or download the two sides, crammed with new music and some great vintage tracks.
Oops, a little behind this month, but better late than never with the latest installment in our ongoing series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute hunks of music to help get you where you gotta go. Below, you can stream or download the two sides, overflowing with new music and some great vintage tracks.
Happy New Year! It’s also a new month, which means it’s time to roll out a new installment in our ongoing series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute slabs of music to help ease you into 2013. Below, you can stream or download the two sides, brimming with new music and some great vintage tracks.
As promised on last night’s Slicing Up Eyeballs Music Hour on Strangeways Radio, here’s an extended version of this year’s Christmas mix — a nearly 100-minute set featuring seasonal songs from the likes of The Fall, Al Jourgensen, Cocteau Twins, The Smithereens and more — for your streaming and/or downloading pleasure.
This month’s Auto Reverse Mixtape, we’ve got brand-new music from Johnny Marr and Camper Van Beethoven, plus favorites old and new(er) from the likes of The Mighty Lemon Drops, Pixies, The Toy Dolls, New Order, Love Tractor, The Mission, Abecedarians, Peter Gabriel and much, much more.