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Waiting on a dream… CALM Mixtake #2 by KATP mag

Yes miss! Here comes the second exclusive mixtape made for CALM by Kicking Against the Pricks magazine. So as you idly graze over Facebook, tune into some a bit of Lee Ranaldo, Electricity in our Homes (most underrated band of the moment?), Perfume Genius, Xiu Xiu and more.

Daniel Dylan Wray, editor of the magazine, explains: “Primarily a series of songs that we have covered this month for KATP in some capacity or are set to next month. Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo will be the front cover feature for issue 17 (out this week) and we also have an interview with Jamie Stewart a.k.a Xiu Xiu. All of the songs are new and from upcoming album releases, out in Feb or March with the exception of Bitch Magnet whose first three albums have just been re-released.”

And if you liked that and would like to hear the first January mixtape, then tune in here.

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