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Metropolis: 12/28/13

Monday, December 30, 2013

In this week's mix, Jason Bentley features tracks from Toro Y Moi, Hot Natured, Burial, James Blake, Phoenix and remixes by Psychemagik, Diplo, Prefuse 73, Breakbot and Special Request.

Playlist

  • Toro Y Moi, "Rose Quartz"
  • Flume, "Sleepless (feat. Twin Shadow & Jezzabell Doran)"
  • Kauf, "Relocate (Psychemagik Remix)"
  • Emiliana Torrini, "Speed Of Dark"
  • Ultraista, "You're Out (Prefuse 73 Remix)"
  • London Grammar, "Hey Now (Dot Major Remix)"
  • Djrum, "Thank You"
  • Hot Natured, "Benediction"
  • Disclosure, "Defeated No More (feat. Ed Macfarlane)"
  • Maya Jane Coles, "Burning Bright (feat. Kim Ann Foxman)"
  • Atoms For Peace, "Ingenue"
  • Phantogram, "Black Out Days"
  • Burial, "Come Down To Us"
  • Andy Cato, "Sunrise Sant Agnes"
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers, "Exodus (Pretty Lights Remix)"
  • Wild Belle, "Keep You (JR Blender Remix)"
  • Grizzly Bear, "Will Calls (Diplo Remix)"
  • Ghost Poet, "Cold Win (Special Request Remix)"
  • James Blake, "Life Round Here"
  • Jon Hopkins, "Garden's Heart (feat. Natasha Khan)"
  • Rac, "We Belong (Feat. Katie Herzig)"
  • Phoenix, "Trying To Be Cool (Breakbot Remix)"
  • Kraak & Smaak, "Just Wanna Be Loved (feat. Joi Cardwell)"
  • Disclosure, "When A Fire Starts To Burn"
  • Yousef, "Beg (Hot Since 82 Future Mix)"
  • Kele Okereke, "Heartbreaker"
  • Jay Lumen, "Nobody"
  • Ruffneck, "Everybody Be Somebody (Sharam Jey & Kolombo Remix)"
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