05 March 2013

Tape Tuesday: girlshapedlovedrug

posted by: Arjun Daily Specials | Mixtapes | Tape Tuesday
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In the modern digital era we inhabit today, there are so many things going on all the time. It’s frustrating, and it’s something that affects everyone and everything–the clutter, the screens, the unanswered messages, the tweets. I think if you told God about Twitter he’d be kinda pissed, like “What the fuck is a tweet? I made you people, so you can talk to other people with your mouths!” I just think life will be difficult no matter what; why should we make it more difficult? Think about the years that could be added to your life if you stopped worrying about a girl not texting you back (after you saw the “…” of her typing) or not getting a satisfactory amount of retweets on some shit you probably should not have put on the Internet forever (hypothetical situations, of course). But really, this mixtape probably has nothing to do with what I’m saying, but it’s something I felt like I had to say.

The cover was created using a lot of pictures and edited to form a simple heart. The title is inspired by a Gomez song from back in the day.

  1. Darwin Deez – Chelsea’s Hotel
  2. The Spinto Band – Shake It Off
  3. Bangladesh – Lean
  4. Lowrider – Golden Sun
  5. Eden Mulholland – I Will Echo
  6. French Horn Rebellion – Girls (ft. JD Samson and Fat Tony)
  7. Darwin Deez – Redshift
  8. Fyfe – St. Tropez
  9. Dan Croll – Compliment Your Soul
  10. Born Ruffians – Needle
  11. Slow Dakota – June 4
  12. Homeboy Sandman – Hold Your Head
  13. Stroik – One More Time
  14. Magic Man – Paris
  15. MISTERWIVES – Vagabond
  16. Good Oak – Fill My Cup
  17. Whisky Winter – Heavy

‘Cause I’m not leaving, this is just the place, I’ve been homeless since the dimples on her simple face , and I’ve spent my fortune, torn this town apart to build a hotel on her heart

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