Listen: Les Savy Fav - Nightmare Before Christmas Mix
Following the amazing mix Caribou put together in celebration of the forthcoming Nightmare Before Christmas festival (December 9th-11th 2011 at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead) - Les Savy Fav have put together a pretty great mix themselves, featuring the likes of Marnie Stern, The Dodos and Future Islands.
Have a listen above, and check out the full tracklisting below.
- * Les Savy Fav - The Sweat Descends
- * Archers Of Loaf - Lowest Part Is Free!
- * Future Islands - Balance
- * Hot Snakes - Light Up The Stars
- * Marnie Stern - The Crippled Jazzer
- * No Age - Fever Dreaming
- * Wild Flag - Future Crimes
- * Surfer Blood - Floating Vibes
- * Violent Soho - Love Is A Heavy Word
- * Total Control - One More Tonight
- * Oxes - Jellyfish Minus Piechart Plus
- * The Dodos - Fools
- * The Budos Band - T.I.B.W.F.
- * Simian Mobile Disco - 1000 Year Egg
- * Holy Fuck - Frenchy's
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