San Francisco Nights - The Animals
The Bombay Royale - You Me Bullets Love
The Bombay Royale are dedicated to bringing music and mayhem of vintage Indian cinema back to the future, where it belongs. Their debut album You Me Bullets Love is a blend of haunting Hindi and Bengali vocals, pulsing deep funk and disco breaks and shimmering surf-a-delica. Expect huge horn riffs, wild spaghetti guitar, bustling tabla, screaming organs and all the synthesizers, sitars and strings that made the music of 1960s and 1970s Bollywood so electrifying. Starring vocalists Parvyn Kaur Singh as “The Mysterious Lady” and Shourov Bhattacharya as “The Tiger,” You Me Bullets Love is the soundtrack to a story of espionage, excitement, extended dance sequences and the eternal power of true love.
We here at Fine Folks have a special relationship with Halloween. Not only did we both receive honorary degrees in ghost college, but we’ve already released not one but two Halloween themed mixtapes! You guys ate them up so ghoulishly that as that spooky day approached this year we got a bad case of the warm-and-fuzzies (cold-and-thornies?) and decided that we just had to dive back in! For today’s mixtape we’ve decided to revisit our ol pal Rod, bringing us what is in our opinion among the greatest television programs ever made. Be sure you’ve got your fainting kerchiefs ready. Things are about to get disturbing…
Every Good Boy Does Fine Mixtape #7: Twilight Zone 2
1. Like Spellbound - The Tarantulas
2. Bad Seed (You’re A Bad Seed) - Circus
3. Mad Mama’s Blues - Josie Miles
4. North Wind - Houston Wells
5. Smile (Live) - Judy Garland
6. You Must Be A Witch - The Lollipop Shoppe
7. My Johnny Doesn’t Come Around Anymore - Flip & The Dateliners
8. Moonglow - Doris Day
9. Psycho - The Sonics
10. I Don’t Care What the People Say - Silver Apples
11. Green Fields - The Beverley Sisters
And don’t miss out on our two other Halloween-style mixtapes!:
1.dance to music in such a way as to imitate the characteristic poses struck by a model on a catwalk.
Feeling Good byNina Simone
Prototype (starRo Bossa Edit) byOutKast
In the Wake byTristesse Contemporaine
Sunday (Feat. Louisa Murray) byMachinery of the Night
Kick It byPeaches & Iggy Pop
Let’s Go Dancing (Original Mix )byTiga, Audion
Jerk Ribs (Ben Pearce Radio Edit) byKelis
The Revelator byMike Metro ft. Simon Milan
Gimme Back The Night (Feat. Theophilus London) byBrodinski
Stand By Me byKiTheory
Desert Night (Jesse Rose Remix) byRUFUS
Luxurious (Chloe Martini Remix) byGwen Stefani
Bonnie & Clyde (Herbert’s Fred & Ginger Mix) bySerge Gainsbourg
Nothing Can Come Between Us (Pomo Edit) bySade
Get Lucky (Pretty Pink Edit) byDaft Punk
Tell Me byGolden Features
Recorder Live on Serato Scratch
Cover Art Design/Photography by Alisa Makarynska // alisamak.blogspot.com.au
Camera Obscura - French Navy
How deliciously hipster!
Michael Sherrington is so dreamy.
Runaway Love - Diamond Rings
What a great tune, yo!
Breakdown - Alice Russell (Featuring Darondo)
As the late, great Lester Bangs once observed, “Elvis kicked ‘How Much Is That Doggie in the Window’ out the window and replaced it with ‘Let’s fuck.’”
Sunshine Superman (BYKD Edit) - Mel Torme
Have a great weekend, y’all!
Remembering the life and legacy of the man who birthed every aspect of electronic dance music culture.