the sun will burn our eyes – a mix

The below mix is full of songs I’ve been listening to a lot lately. It’s a collection of songs that have been sounding pretty good as the temperatures have begun their descent and the leaves have begun to turn any number of colors. Enjoy.


(listen via the embedded player above or click here to listen on 8tracks)

1. Penumbra- Book on Tape Worm
2. Ms. Dot- Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
3. Honest With Ourselves- Mychal Cohen
4. Keep to the Road- Elk & Boar
5. Funeral- To Kill A King
6. Tides- Hey Marseilles
7. Dancepack- Volcano Choir
8. To The River- Roo & The Howl
9. Crane Your Neck- Lady Lamb the Beekeeper
10. There Was Enough/Rest- Night Beds
11. From Now On- Basia Bulat
12. Clockwork Heart- The Cellar Door
13. J Tillman- J Tillman
14. Far From Your Arms- Gambles
15. Words In The Fire- Patrick Watson
16. Kaleidoscope- Mike Clark
17. Half About Being A Woman- Caroline Smith
18. Hollow Earth Pilot- Isaac Pierce
19. The Sun Will Burn Our Eyes- Jay William Henderson
20. Everything Until The East Coast Ends- Matt Pond PA
21. Still Trying- Nathaniel Rateliff
22. Keep Me In It- Sean Hoots
23. Blood & Bone- Buffalo Tales
24. Forgiveness (Patty Griffin)- The Local Strangers

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3 Responses to the sun will burn our eyes – a mix

  1. Kevin says:

    I have always loved Kaleidoscope since hearing it a Few months ago on Daytrotter. Mike has yet to release a bad song!
    I am looking forward to spinning these tunes. Thanks as always.
    KD

  2. Jamie Utt says:

    Definitely helping me as I work away on a number of deadlines on this fall day.

  3. Jessica says:

    this is all just so perfect for crisp air and the changing of seasons. thanks!

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