WARMER MIXTAPES #1603 | by Christopher Manik (Chatterbox)/[MANIK]

1. Purity Ring | Obedear
One of my favorite artists of recent years, this song is amazing. Totally my style. Overall I love the darker take on Indie Pop that PR brings.

2. New Look | Nap On The Bow
Love this one for its honesty and its groove. The light vocals on top of that heavy low tom presence is a beauty too.

3. Roy Ayers Ubiquity | Searching
Funk that shit up. End of story.

4. Memory Tapes | Run Out
Dreamy lush Lo-Fi Pop. Does it get any more euphoric?

5. Komiko | Feel Alright
Funked up Disco from the SAM catalog. Classic bump and grind right here. You can also hear those classic pitch bended Juno Funk riffs.

6. Craig Mack | Flava In Ya Ear
Classic mid 90s Hip Hop from Bad Boy. Love that sample and groove. You used to hear this all day everyday in every Jeep driving by in NYC, 1994. Craig Mack in ya ear!

7. Kavinsky | Nightcall (feat. Lovefoxxx)
Absolute beast of an 80s inspired tune. Kavinsky is a legend and this track was the perfect movie starter for the Drive soundtrack.

8. Matthew Dear | Her Fantasy
Beams... LP from the Ghostly hero, Matthew Dear. Really awesome in every way possible. Still has his character dark tone driven style, but this LP is way more lighter than Black City. Right up my street.

9. Major Lazer | Get Free (feat. Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors)
Dope cut from Major Lazer. Reggae vibes and deep Funk roots. Fell in Love with it asap.

10. The Internet | They Say
Classic song from The Internet. Augmented chords give you that who dun it feel. Great chill vibes all over this one.