Stream: Animal Collective's All Tomorrow's Parties Mix

Animal Collective are the curators of this year’s All Tomorrow’s Parties in Minehead, England, and in an effort to familiarize festival-goers with the lineup, the band just released a free mix featuring several of the acts on the bill. The mix’s setlist and stream are listed below. Animal Collective’s ATP weekend goes down May 13 through the 15. Head over to ATP’s website for more details.

ATP Animal Collective Mix by All Tomorrows Parties

00:00 OV (extract) – Orthrelm

01:38 “Fireworks” – Animal Collective

08:21 “Norway” – Beach House

12:23 “Credit” – Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti

15:45 “House Jam (XXXChange Remix)” – Gang Gang Dance

20:12 “Heavy Water/I’d Rather Be Sleeping” – Grouper

23:00 “Cheaters” – Teengirl Fantasy

29:07 “Shina Blockas” – Big Boi feat. Gucci Mane

32:43 “Freeway” – Kurt Vile

35:15 “Up On The Sun” – Meat Puppets

39:14 “Vacuum Boogie” – Floating Points

45:17 “High Road” – Deradoorian

50:52 “Goumou” – Khaira Arby

56:06 “Oh Paris!” – Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele

58:46 “Gentleman’s Lament” – Thinking Fellers Union Local 282

61:31 “Night Cream” – Black Dice

67:01 “Discover Your Colors” – Ear Pwr

70:13 “I’ve Got Drugs (Out Of The Mist)” – The Frogs

72:31 “Trashy Boys” – Tickley Feather

77:17 “Good Time” – Yi Yi Thant & Aung Heina

81:40 “Rookoobay” – The Brothers Unconnected

85:13 “Grim Reaper Blues (Live In Big Sur)” – The Entrance Band

92:26″ Mawak Lakhaal” – Group Doueh

95:55 “Raghupati” – Prince Rama

101:07 “How You Satisfy Me” – Spectrum

105:16 “Catch Attack” – Drawlings

109:14 “Al Anon” – Eric Copeland

113:10 “Melankolia (Edit)” – Vladislav Delay

122:01 “Four Violins (Extract)” – Tony Conrad

127:34 “Wended V – Mick Barr

135:45 “Fuck Mixing, Let’s Dance” – Zomby





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