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Adam Freeland’s Back to Mine

Brede

November 21st, 2007

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I picked up a copy of Adam Freeland’s Back to Mine yesterday and I have to say….I was blown away. Its a mix of mostly indie rock tracks from last year. The mix starts out with a smooth intro and then crashes into You Will Know Us by the Trail of the Dead’s – Will You Smile for Me Again. It starts to smooth out and ends in a mellow chilled out state. I like the flow and wish more djs would take unique approaches to the timing and energy flow of their mixes rather than the standard arching flow that Digweed and Sasha made so famous.

Here’s the tracklisting:
1. Trail of the Dead – Will you Smile Again for Me.
2. Autobus – Turnstile Blues
3. Interpol – Untitled
4. TV on the Radio – Staring at the Sun
5. Ambulance LTD – Yoga means Union
6. The Beta Band – It’s not too beautiful
7. Jape – Floating
8. EL-P – constellation Recall
9. Elliot Smith – Needle in the Hay
10. PJ Harvey – The Slow Drug
11. Funkadelik – Maggot Brain
12. Dyke House – Sandy Strip
13. M83 – Lower Your eyes to Die with the Sun
14. Trans Am – A Single Ray of Light on an other wise cloudy Day
15. Boards of Canada – Zoetrope

Kudos to Adam for being included in this series and I can say personally that he is one of the coolest and most grounded DJs in the business at his level.

Jesse Brede and Adam Freeland in Austin

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