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TLMT’s The Week #12 featuring Montauk Hotel, Participant, Sive, Bouts, Party Fears and Moylan

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The Last Mixed Tape’s Spotify playlist The Week #12 features new music from Montauk Hotel, Participant, Sive, Bouts, Party Fears and Moylan. 

Participant – Coast
The Mixed-Tape“Marking a sea change in sound for Participant, ‘Coast’ is an intimate and isolating take on the folk genre shrouded in a sense of icy atmosphere that gives way to a large tide of string swells that engulf the song and just as suddenly disappear.”

Montauk Hotel – Stains
Premiere“The expanding sonic scope of Montauk Hotel continues with the widescreen indie shimmer of ‘Stains’. From its textural guitars, pounding beats and reverb-drenched vocals, ‘Stains’ is a work of intricate pop songwriting and a production with a strong depth of field.”

Sive – Quietly
A song with a strong sense of place and atmosphere. The sonic openness and intimate songwriting found in ‘Quietly’ is a beautifully organic return from Sive.

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Bouts – Love’s Lost Landings Pt. 1
‘Love’s Lost Landings Pt.1’ is the sound of a band who can just produce indie gems at will. Bouts are at the top of their game right now.

Party Fears – Dog Star
Party Fears’ ‘Dog Star’ finds the group returning with their own singular take on the indie genre. A contorted, dynamically twisting and brooding track, ‘Dog Star’ also contains an off-kilter infectious hook that is uniquely theirs.

Moylan – Naive
An understated debut, Moylan’s ‘Naive’ leaves us with a powerful and subtle introduction to an exciting new songwriter on the scene.

For more playlists, 8-tracks, and mixed-tapes like this one, follow the Last Mixed Tape on Spotify

 

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