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BLACK COFFEE » a GFYE mix
There’s no real reason for this title, other than I think black coffee and these songs are really good. That and, Twin Peaks is awesome and I love Agent Cooper’s opinions on the hot beverage.
5 to 9 by FIDLAR
Next Stop by Bleached
Vomit Lips by Candy Paint
I Was Going to Shave My Beard, But I Took a Nap Instead by Sports Bar
Teenage Clothes by Heathers
Badillac by Pangea
The Spell by Bennio Qwerty
Cooking Up Something Good by Mac DeMarco
Shuggie by Foxygen
Shells by Spectral Park
Fly by Opossom
Faded In the Morning by Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Girl by Mark Aubert
Watching Her (Make Me Feel) by T.E.A.M.S.
Fear & Fever by Ghost Eyes
Close 2 Me by Giraffage
Aurora I by Sunless ‘97
Grind by Les Sins
Ash Tree Lane by MS MR
The Fall by Rhye
Once Around the House by High Highs
Bayonet by Campfires
Here We Go Again by Christoper Owens
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This mix is about exposure, not file sharing. Time was taken to select and order these tracks. If you like what you hear, these artists can probably use your support to keep making music. Click through to the links and read about them, listen to more of their material, and maybe even purchase something from them. That’s the whole point, after all.
For past sounds, check out the GFYE mixtape archive.
"Roddenberry turned to Matt Jefferies, an aviation and mechanical artist, with his request to “design a space ship unlike any other"…
When Laurence Tisch became CEO of CBS in 1986, he started cutting costs everywhere from the mailroom to the newsroom. Even the cafeteria wasn’t safe. That’s where the proverbial knife fell on a landmark typographic installation: the now-legendary “Gastrotypographicalassemblage”—the Great Wall of CBS—that had hung for more than 20 years.
At 35 feet wide by 8.5 feet tall, this three-dimensional mural designed by CBS design director Lou Dorfsman and the typographic maestros Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase took over one entire cafeteria wall of Eero Saarinen’s Black Rock, the CBS Building on Sixth Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets. Dorfsman considered this massive frieze of custom-milled woodtype spelling out foods and food groups—from lamb chops to hasenpfeffer—his magnum opus, “his gift to the world.”
That says a lot.
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