Sure, we’re already five days into November, but better late than never with this month’s installment in our ongoing series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute slabs of music to help get you where you gotta go. Below, you can stream or download the two sides, brimming with new music and some great vintage tracks.
Since we’re headed toward that darkest of holidays, this month’s Auto Reverse mixtape is all classic goth and dark wave, featuring selections from Alien Sex Fiend, Xmal Deutschland, Bauhaus, Clan of Xymox, The Danse Society, Christian Death, Play Dead, The Rose of Avalanche, The Cure and much, much more.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes brand-new music from Bob Mould, Pet Shop Boys and Kate Bush, plus some beloved older tunes by the likes of Wire, The House of Love, The Stranglers, Game Theory, That Petrol Emotion, Ramones, Electrafixtion, Sonic Youth and The The.
OK, so yeah, we’re a bit late on this one… but it is August, and a new month means a new installment our monthly series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute chunks of music to help get you where you gotta go. Stream or download the two sides, brimming with vintage ’80s college rock goodness and some fresh new tracks.
Versions Galore — a great blog that celebrates cover versions “of, but not limited to, 80’s, funk, soul, rare groove, electronica, reggae, dub and indie” — recently asked Slicing Up Eyeballs to put together an hour-long mix of some of our favorite covers, and we happily obliged.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes brand new music from Dinosaur Jr and the Pet Shop Boys, plus some old favorites by the likes of The Undertones, R.E.M., The Dream Syndicate, The Fall, Depeche Mode, The Stone Roses, Felt, Talking Heads, Josef K, Paul Westerberg and much, much more.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes brand new, live and previously unreleased recordings from Ian McCulloch, Ultravox, David Byrne, Robyn Hitchcock and World Party, plus favorites new and old from The Go-Betweens, Gang of Four, The The, KMFDM, Love and Rockets, The Cure, Orange Juice and more.
This month’s tape includes brand-new recordings from Public Image Ltd. and X’s John Doe and Exene Cervenka, plus favorites both new and old from Depeche Mode, Southern Death Cult, Sad Lovers and Giants, My Bloody Valentine and New Order, and a few covers from the likes of School of Seven Bells and Grant-Lee Phillips.
By now, you now the drill: New month, new mixtape. So here it is, the latest in our monthly series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute slabs of music to help you ease into April. Stream or download the two sides, crammed, as always, with some vintage ’80s college rock and a handful of new tracks.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes brand-new music from Killing Joke, Paul Weller and The Stranglers, plus favorites old and new(ish) from The House of Love, New Order, Magazine, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Kate Bush, The Psychedelic Furs and much more.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape includes new music from The Wedding Present and Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo, plus new remixes of The Cure and Depeche Mode and plenty of old faves by the likes of The Chills, Kraftwerk, Squeeze, Oingo Boingo, The Go-Betweens and many, many more.
New (work) week, new month, new year… time, it would seem, for the latest in our monthly series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute sides to help you ease back into post-holiday life. Stream or download the two sides, crammed, as always, with some ’80s college-rock favorites and a few new tracks.
This month’s mixtape includes new and previously unreleased music from Paul Weller, Peter Murphy, The Lucy Show and Hussey-Regan, featuring The Mission’s Wayne Hussey — plus some older favorites by the likes of The Wild Swans, Magazine, The Stone Roses, Orange Juice, Revenge and The Alarm.
This month’s Auto Reverse mixtape features new music from Kate Bush, Nine Inch Nails and The Smithereens, plus some favorites new(er) and old by The The, Midnight Oil, Wire, The Primitives, Killing Joke, The House of Love, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Ministry and Adam Ant