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i-D Online: September 2011 Mixtape

20 tracks, 1.43.55 i-D on October 28, 2011 12:15

  1. 1. Eats Everything - Entrance Song (Original Mix) 7.09 35847 plays
  2. 2. Firas - Ari's Gold 5.25 559 plays
  3. 3. Ocean Drive 8.25 499 plays
  4. 4. Maceo Plex - Can't Leave You (Tale Of Us Remix) 8.30 9802 plays
  5. 5. Two Inch Punch - Up In Your Mix (Tip Tweak) 2.52 2069 plays
  6. 6. Francis Pope - Turnout 2.49 323 plays
  7. 7. Kash Kid - What I Rep 6.14 340 plays
  8. 8. Tyson -After You're Gone (Solo Remix) 4.20 483 plays
  9. 9. Sweet Exorcist - Testone 7.14 916 plays
  10. 10. Scuba - Adrenalin 4.13 1221 plays
  11. 11. Eats Everything - The Size (Dirtybird) 6.19 3254 plays
  12. 12. 15 All Mine 7.26 292 plays
  13. 13. Stay+ - Fever 3.30 1037 plays
  14. 14. Nautilus x Lord - Skywave Ultraviolet 5.01 260 plays
  15. 15. Slugabed - Sun Too Bright Turn It Off 4.05 803 plays
  16. 16. ASAP Rocky - Purple Swag (Jim-E Stack Bootleg) 3.09 2143 plays
  17. 17. Syd Tha Kyd - Flashlight (feat. Lux) 6.39 9360 plays
  18. 18. Cloud Boat - Lions On The Beach 3.34 378 plays
  19. 19. Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr - Nothing But Our Love (Rudi Zygadlo remix) 4.26 423 plays
  20. 20. Jonti - Batmilk 2.26 868 plays

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The September issue of the i-D online mix-tape opens with the incredible, epic and outstanding Eats Everything: The Entrance Song. Nuff said.

That which follows equally advocates the awesome calibre of fresh material doing the rounds in the world of new music right now. Starting from the beginning, a very good place to start, Azealia Banks, Art Department, Scuba, Sweet Exorcist, Bei Major, ASAP ROCKY, Cloud Boat, Kash kid and Francis Pope all assemble en masse with a proverbial picnic basket packed full of autumnal treats. Littering beats like falling leaves, we’ve raked up some right stewed prunes for you to chow down on. Lick your lips, pass the sauce and tuck in. If you’re not hungry now, you soon will be.

Countryboy, Clym Evernden, is the award-winning illustrator who crafted the collage stylee cover art for September’s mix. Describing the direction he took when dreaming up his abstract image, Clym explained “I wanted the artwork to have a joyrider meets Thelma and Louise mood, which revolved around the idea of a ‘driving bassline’. This was inspired by the Pulp song ‘Joyriders’, which was released in 1995. I think the ‘Our Price’ price stickers, which also feature in the image are from a CD I bought in a charity shop, also from 1995.” Random, original and pretty inspired Clym’s crossed the t’s and dotted our i. Enjoy.

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