For Patrick Lee’s latest birthday he decided to make himself a mixtape inspired from every single year of his life. Being that it was for his 30th birthday he took us on quite the journey through decades of music.
Lee’s got such an eclectic taste that really makes him stand out from the other audio heads out there. His affection for samples and ability to keep his ears open is what really impresses me. This enormous collection of songs over 2 hours long will keep hold of your attention and could even teach you a thing or two. Listen to few tracks below then grab the entire “soundtrack” for free here.
Oh gorgeous Fridays, you are my savior. In return, I will unload a handful of tracks for your downloading delights.
What Is New – Frederik Teige To be honest, I held on this track for quite awhile. Countless times have I sat at my computer scouring my iTunes library trying to figure out who the hell Frederik Teige sounds like, it’s just so familiar. But I just couldn’t hold onto this fantastic track any longer. It’s perfect for today’s sunny rays with the hyper guitars and pop basics all around, mhm.
Get Gone – White Arrows Electronic pop executed just right, White Arrows started first as a solo project, somewhat as an experiment, that evolved into a full 5-piece band. Honestly, I just love that they’re weirder than I am (all of which you can track here).
Quittin’ Time – Patrick Lee The intro reminds of me old 60′s funk records I find hiding in dollar bins, and that immediately puts a smile on my face. This track is out there, Mr. Lee samples cohesive sounds from all over the musical spectrum to cook up something severely funky. He’s the definition of a creator, do check out more of his work here.