Tiny Mix Tapes Follows Through On Its Name (MP3, Stream)

by Alan Ranta

27 March 2009

 

For the first time in its history, music criticism website Tiny Mix Tapes is actually posting mix tapes for stream or download. Each one comes with unique cover art, and is presented, in true mix tape fashion, as a single continuous side. Themes thus far have ranged from experimental jazz and indie to instrumental hip-hop and electronica. No word yet if Pitchfork is going to start handing out hay shoveling utensils.

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Official mixtapes [MP3s]

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