Come to Our House

Since 2004, I have been making an indie pop comp for my birthday (prior entries into the series includes Ides of April, Glide, Bees Knees, Carousel, Treehouse, Walking Through Walls, Roam the Breezy Pastures, Now That I’m Older, Alien Ways, Memory Machine, and Sound Eclipse).  This year’s comp is called Come to Our House. All songs are from 2013-2015, mostly 2014. As usual for this series, I think it is relatively accessible, this year with sprinkles of a theme of home, hope, and change.

Click the link below to stream the compilation; the songlist follows.

 

1. SALES “Chinese New Year” (2014)
2. David Kilgour & the Heavy Eights “Comin’ On” (2014)
3. Jose Gonzalez “This Is How We Walk On The Moon” (Arthur Russell cover) (2014)
4. The Vaccines “Do You Want a Man (Heaven & Hell Remix)” (William Onyeabor cover, John Hill & Rich Costey remix) (2014)
5. Ultimate Painting “Ultimate Painting” (2014)
6. Robert Scott “Vertigo” (2014)
7. Woods “Moving To The Left” (2014)
8. Julian Lynch “Yawning” (excerpt) (2013)
9. Hamish Kilgour “Crazy Radiance” (2014)
10. Courtney Barnett “Depreston” (2015)
11. Boomgates “Hanging Rock” (2013)
12. Bouquet “Come to Your House” (2015)
13. Lower Dens “Quo Vadis” (2015)
14. Glass Ghost “Sound of Money” (2014)
15. The Luxembourg Signal “Distant Drive” (2014)
16. Fear of Men “Descent” (2014)
17. Jack Name “Pure Terror” (2014)
18. Cate Le Bon “I Can’t Help You” (2013)
19. Melody’s Echo Chamber “Shirim” (2015)
20. Sylvan Esso “Coffee” (2014)

April 16, 2015

(Cover image is a fragment of Wayne Thiebaud’s “Ponds and Streams” (2001).)

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