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Spring 2016 Mixtape

 

 

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I would like to thank all the artists and the record labels that generously donated an MP3 for this Spring 2016 Mixtape. If you like what you hear, check the credits below and buy their albums, follow them on Twitter, Like them on Facebook, or drop them a line! These artists cannot create without our support.

Note that this mixtape is released free of charge for your private enjoyment only. For any other use, including broadcasting, please contact the artists/labels directly.

Thank you,

–Thomas Deneuville, Founder and Editor of I CARE IF YOU LISTEN

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Tracks featured

 

1. Goodbye The Band – That Corporate Park Was a Beautiful Human Beehive (5:06)

    

 

2. Monica Pearce (Sam Houston Percussion Ensemble) – chain maille (8:12)

    

 

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3. Andy Bliss (Nick Zammuto) – Green Yellow Green Red (6:37)

  

 

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4. Martha Mooke – Two Windows (5:35)

    

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5. Spektral Quartet – The Ancestral Mousetrap (2014)
IV. Bringing a Dead Man Back Into Life
(4:17)

    

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6. Philip Thompson/IonSound Project – Separate Self Mvt. I (5:02)

  

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7. Nick Zoulek – Symmetry: In Memories (5:28)

    

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8. Kirk Pearson/BIT – A Spark Glows (1:33)

  

 

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9. Nadia Shpachenko/Genevieve Feiwen Lee (Tom Flaherty) – Airdancing (8:27)

    

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10. Joaquín Mendoza Sebastián – …quizás se electrocutó (3:36)

  

 

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11. George Hurd/Hurd Ensemble – Four Went Down (6:00)

    

 

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12. Masatora Goya (Carlos Boltes) – Distance (7:38)

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13. Evan Williams/Hocta Quartet – Quartet for Saxophones, II. (2:31)

    

 

 

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Cover art: Thomas Deneuville | Source photo “Route to LA” by Ali McCarley on Flickr. Under Creative Commons.