WARMER MIXTAPES #317 | by Ian Parton of The Go! Team

Photo by Gobster

1. The Rev-Lons | Whirlwind
This long forgotten girl group killer could trigger 360 Molly Ringwald dances.

2. Deerhoof | The Galaxist
A band favourite - simultaneously cute and twisted - we were super pleased to get Satomi on a new G!T track.

3. Best Coast | The Sun Was High (So Was I)
Achingly simple and achingly dreamy - a band who keeps the California myth alive.

4. Broadcast | Black Cat
Ouija boards, Italian library music and eyeliner.

5. Backyard Heavies | Expo 83
Who would know a piano could be so groovy?

6. Jon Brion | Phone Call (Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
From the Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind soundtrack - I love the way the strings sound like they're played out of an answer machine.

7. My Bloody Valentine | You Never Should
Delicious melodies filtered through woozy white noise - no one has done it better. Come back MBV!

8. Sven Libaek | Infinite Journey
Libaek was an Australian library music composer. This track's taken from Solar Flares, a concept album based around a space voyage. Space is the place.

9. Guided By Voices | Game Of Pricks
Pop with a capital P by the 4 track kings.

10. Tanya Winley | Vicious Rap
A pre drum machine old skool laydee rapper.

+11. Little Denise Stevenson | Hip Breakin
Just the name Little Denise Stevenson was enough for me to like it.

+12. Yo La Tengo | Magnet
A lovely little country song by indie rocks troopers.

+13. Ennio Morricone | L'estasi Dell'oro
Charging, windswept and widescreen. Yee-ha...