Frankles Monthly Mix #9 – Lithium

Welcome to Lithium (Chapter 9) The playlists might be monthly, mostly, but the same cannot be said for posting them here. I even wound up running out of chemicals with a suffix of -on, so I had to figure out how to end the year while staying on/around the periodic table. If you’re looking for what you missed since my last “monthly mix” post in … Continue reading Frankles Monthly Mix #9 – Lithium

All of the Things: Odesza

“Imagine for a moment that interstellar travel was not only possible, but widely accessible, and you could take a couple days off to explore distant planets. You’d try to find the most beautiful one, right? (Well, after you found the one most resembling Tatooine with it’s double sunsets.) If you found one that was composed of reds, pinks and purples instead of the greens, blues … Continue reading All of the Things: Odesza

Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

Welcome Home, Forest Family. Jump to:  THURSDAY   |   FRIDAY   |   SATURDAY   |   SUNDAY   |   GALLERY Everything leading up to a music festival, from making lists to grocery shopping up through your arrival at the venue is about enough to make your average person never, ever want to do it again. Even parts of the festival itself fall into the … Continue reading Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

frankles free fridays | Coachella Edition III

Lane 8‘s quarterly, seasonally-themed mix came out just in time for the Do-Lab’s lineup announcement. His aptly-titled “Spring 2015 Mixtape” is a delightful 2 hours of upbeat house and deep house. I haven’t been able to find a tracklisting yet, but maybe a little mystery is a good thing. More Lane 8 Mixes: http://www.lane8music.com/mixes/ Do you remember the deluge of Zhu remixes last year? Did anybody … Continue reading frankles free fridays | Coachella Edition III

Sunday Sounds: Odesza | In Return

Imagine for a moment that interstellar travel was not only possible, but widely accessible, and you could take a couple days off to explore distant planets. You’d try to find the most beautiful one, right? (Well, after you found the one most resembling Tatooine with it’s double sunsets.) If you found one that was composed of reds, pinks and purples instead of the greens, blues … Continue reading Sunday Sounds: Odesza | In Return