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TLMT’s October 2017 Mixed-Tape featuring Orchid Collective, Molly Sterling, Wyvern Lingo & more

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The Last Mixed Tape picks out some of the stand-out tracks from October 2017 including Orchid Collective, Molly Sterling, Wyvern Lingo, & more.

Listen to the full playlist at the bottom of the page and see the tracking listing below. For past monthly mixed tape’s on TLMT click here or subscribe to The Last Mixed Tape on Spotify.

Orchid Collective – L.A.Z.Y
What TLMT had to say: “Marking a change in direction for Orchid Collective, ‘L.A.Z.Y’ finds the group opening their sound out in terms of both mood and atmosphere.”

Molly Sterling – Plain Static
What TLMT had to say: “Coupled with the soft alternative-rock flourishes found within the guitar and Sterling’s own vocal acrobatics, the single has an almost Jeff Buckely-esque quality to the sound and drama found within.”

Wyvern Lingo – Out Of My Hands
What TLMT had to say: “A much more rhythmically lead track than seen before from Wyvern Lingo, ‘Out Of My Hands’ has more of a bite to it sonically, which works to convey the meaning behind the lyrical themes that drive the song as a whole.”

St. Bishop – Porcelain
What TLMT had to say: “The debut single from electronic artist St. Bishop, ‘Porcelain’ is a remarkably sure-footed beginning in terms of sound and style.”

Carriages – Hardest Mile
What TLMT had to say: “With its sonic warmth and far-reaching backdrop Carriages’ latest offering traverses a fair distance in its just over three minutes running time, both in terms of texture and mood.”

Ailbhe Reddy – The Tube
What TLMT had to say: “A song that expresses the distance between two people emotionally and on a communicative level, ‘The Tube’ wraps Ailbhe Reddy’s self-reflective words in a production that is by far her most vivid yet, while also feeling like new territory for the artist.”

Laura Ann Brady – Lie
What TLMT had to say: “Along with the persistent rolling rhythm of ‘Lie’, Laura Ann Brady brings an atmospheric vocal weaving the takes centre stage within her latest offering.”

Robert John Ardiff – Paint Your Nails
What TLMT had to say: “The first single to be taken from Ardiff’s debut solo album Between The Bed And The Room (due for release this November), ‘Paint Your Nails’ is distant sounding take on the indie-folk genre awash with texture and depth.”

Elaine Mai – When I Go
What TLMT had to say: “As always with Mai the crisp production and soft-spoken work in contrast to one another, creating an intimacy against the widescreen sounds of her music.”

And So I Watch You From Afar – Dying Giants
What TLMT had to say: “Spanning a near epic seven minutes plus, the latest offering from And So I Watch You From Afar finds the group giving full flight to their expansive math via post-rock sound.”

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