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Thu, Jul 08
under tracks - 1860 reads
Let's Go Surfing (The Raveonettes REMIX)
This is, to the best of our and the Internet’s knowledge, the first time The Raveonettes have fashioned a remix, though that classification isn’t entirely fair, because it sounds like they’ve simply played over The Drums’ “Let’s Go Surfing” with usual fast-wristed poise. So, really this is like both bands playing “Let’s Go Surfing” together, or like the Raveonettes playing along to the record in their bedroom, which is how millions of kids taught themselves how to play guitar. Either way, some neo-garage/surf fanatic’s leather jacket just melted.

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Mon, Jul 12
under HLT compilation - 110383 reads
The Hi-Lo Tunez Plan: 13th Step
MP3s download: The Plan in ZIP file

cover by: Giacomo Spazio

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01. Digital
(Via Audio - Undertow Music Collective)
02. Hunger At The Door
(Balthazar - Munich)
03. You
(Gold Panda remixed by Minotaur Shock- Ghostly International)
04. In Medias Res
(Los Campesinos - Wichita / Arts & Crafts)
05. Move Along
(Mock & Toof - Tiny Sticks)
06. Gingerella
(Le Sang Song - Dragnet)
07. Bon Bon
(Solex vs Christina Martinez & Jon Spencer - Bronzerat)
08. Facial
(Yoyoyo Acapulco - Kitchen Music)
09. Foot Follows Foot
(We Are The World - Manimal Vinyl)
10. One Armed Bandit
(Jagga Jazzist - Ninja Tune)
11. Savings Account
(History Books - Unsigned)
12. It's Automatic
(The Go Find - Morr Music)
13. Can't I Know
(Avi Buffalo - Sub Pop)
14. Beatles
(Daniel Johnston & Beam Orchestra - Hazelwood Vinyl Plastic)

special thanks to:
Tony K, Nicolas, Laura Sykes, Craig Chambers, Thomas Morr, Alun Llwyd, Seth McGath, Elisabeth Esselink, Tom, Derwin, Caleb Palma, Alexis River, Paul Beahan, Wolfgang Gottlieb, Nick Woolfson, Giacomo Spazio.

The HLT Plan! is an idea by Deya Alverman, Hi-Lo Tunez ®2002

all songs are under temporary permission of the official labels or artists

click here to watch our previous steps

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Tue, Jul 13
under vids - 1974 reads
I Heard California
Jason Lytle continues to develope Grandaddy's tunes under the new name of Admiral Radley. "I Heard California" mentions the complicated relationship Lytle must have with his home state. the video is made in karaoke style crossing different Californian topics.

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