Retrospectacle: A Neuroscience Blog

June Mix Tape

1. And it Rained All Night- Tom Yorke
(Radiohead’s frontman’s solo album “The Eraser” has been leaked. Its Kid A-Ok.)

2. The Only Difference Between Marytrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage- Panic at the Disco
(Fallout Boy’s progeny become their betters.)

3. Jenny Was a Friend of Mine- The Killers
(80s New Wave waxes poetic about a murdered lover.)

4. Homme- Brazillian Girls
(Cooler-than-thou sultry salsa with a retro-future sound.)

5. Incinerate- Sonic Youth
(The Youth of yesteryear make contact with the kids of today through a new, catchy album.)

6. Steady As She Goes- The Raconteurs
(Jack White spearheaded this band w/ Brendan Benson. Perfect pop meets Detroit grit.)

7. Malherido- Juana Molina
(Ex-sitcom star from South America mixes subtle electronica with a haunting voice.)

8. (Just Like We) Breakdown- Hot Chip
(You know that ubernerd who could really bust a move? This is what he danced to.)

9. Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me- The Pipettes
(This band would have made it for their name alone. Amazing 50s-throwback girlband wiht toe-tapping pop.)

10. Zoom- Super Furry Animals
(Mararoni and cheese-loving Welsh band one-ups the Flaming Lips.)

11. Neighborhood #1- The Arcade Fire
(If Belle and Sebastian weren’t so wussy + if Interpol weren’t so NYC jaded + talent = Arcade Fire.)