Free Music: Millah Mix 11/2/11 – Black Keys – “Lonely Boy”, Major Lazer – “Original Don”, Plus New Justice, Washed Out, Friends & More

Holy shit, it’s November. Gotta get started on my year-end list(s)! In the meantime, enjoy this sweet new music mix – 10 tracks that have been buzzed-about in blogs this past week (and beyond).

Side A
I’ll never be a “Lonely Boy” with new stuff from The Black Keys to keep me company; I love the neo-throwback sound of Friends, and “I’m His Girl” is no exception for the weirdly nostalgic funk-pop; newcomers Entrepreneurs just might make a business out of their darkly sonic “F**k Tactics”; Justice‘s new LP Audio, Video, Disco is sort of a prog-rock concept album, but not like it goes “On’n’On” forever; Major Lazer might not be the “Original Don”, but he is the only one that kills zombies with machine gun arms…(?)

Side B
Kisses tell the romantic saga of “Johnny and Mary” set to a laid back chillwave beat; speaking of laid back, Magic City‘s “Your Eyes” has its late Sunday afternoon moments, though with a ton more fuzzed out guitars; Washed Out drops the Knife-like “Call It Off” as a B-side to Within and Without; every time I type Pyyramids name I think “That Ain’t Right”, but then I listen to the music and I shut the hell up; the Madlib-sounding “No Matter What” is a part of Onra‘s Chinoiseries Pt. 2, a follow up to his 2007 LP.

Listen for yrself, after the cut.


Check out previous Millah Mixes here.

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