WARMER MIXTAPES #665 | by Scarlett Stevens of San Cisco
1. Tame Impala | Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
A Timeless song with a stupidly addictive melody that features an Emotive vocal performance from Kevin Parker.
2. Abbe May | Karmageddon
Abbe may always has something New and Exciting up her sleeve. I'm a massive fan of her earlier works, especially the album Design Desire but Karmageddon is a totally new offering.
3. The Preatures | Take A Card
This was an exciting discovery, a highlight of 2012. It's somewhat reminiscent of the golden period of the 1960s mixed with a Modern Sensibility. The Confident vocals are what drives the song, taking it to the next level of Pop Perfection. A total Songasm.
4. Friends | I'm His Girl
It's about Love, Peace and Respect in regards to being in an open relationship. She knows she's good all by herself. The instrumentation is Simple, drawing attention to these sassy lyrics. And check out the bassline.
5. Melody's Echo Chamber | I Follow You
This is such a sweet song. The production on it is Super Dreamy. The guitar solo at the end is clumsy but that's what makes it so cool.
6. Ball Park Music | Surrender
An Anthemic Pandemic from BPM, filled with beautiful harmonies, Driving Acoustic Guitar and Uplifting Lyrics. Just Stunning. Simply Exquisite.
7. The Bamboos | I Got Burned (feat. Tim Rogers)
Love most songs sung in Falsetto. But this one really shows Rogers' Versatility as a Rock Veteran and Soul Crooner.
8. Frank Ocean | Lost
This song is as smooth as drinking Baileys from a shoe. His voice is Classy like a Porsche, it is a well crafted machine.
9. Best Coast | He Only Place
I can't relate to their great love of CALIFORNIA, however the song gives me the impression that I could learn to love it.
10. Jack White | Take Me With You When You Go
It's a Modern Masterpiece. Such a Dynamic song. It's like two awesome songs in one. From the Songwriting to the Production every element of the song works extremely well. It's a big call but I think Jack White's latest work is his most exciting.