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Who? Well, you probably know Duncan Lloyd from his day job - guitarist with North East indie types Maximo Park. He's about to unleash a solo LP (Seeing Double, out October 6 via Warp), so we thought we'd invite him to produce a mixtape for us. He complied, and even gave it a title Sounds Like: A Mixtape. Enjoy...
Sounds like the start. (YouTube)
Minutemen 'History Lession Part Two'
Sounds like Sounds like Bob Dylan... to him. (YouTube)
Video: Minutemen, 'History Lession Part Two'
Gil Scott Heron 'The Bottle'
Sounds like 70s Harlem might. (YouTube)
The Raincoats 'No Side To Fall In'
Sounds like good clatter.
American Football 'Never Meant'
Sounds like trouble at home. (YouTube)
The Wipers 'Rebel With A Cause (Is This Real Outtake)'
Sounds like it should have been on the album.
Nas 'The World Is Yours'
Sounds like Nas world. (YouTube)
Video: Nas, 'The World Is Yours'
Yoko Ono 'Move On Fast'
Sounds like Infinate riff. (YouTube)
PJ Harvey 'Heaven'
Sounds like a tropical hotdog night.
Os Mutantes 'Ave Genghis Khan'
Sounds like a second hand clothes shop. (YouTube)
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy 'Minor Place'
Sounds proper bonnie.
MV & EE (w/ The Bummer Road) 'Mine All Troubled Blues'
Sounds like Hobos in the woods.
Mudhoney 'Let It Slide'
Sounds like Grunge pioneers. (YouTube)
Mission Of Burma 'That's When I Reach For My Revolver'
Sounds like Punk spirit. (YouTube)
The Sound 'I Can't Escape Myself 80'
Sounds like the end of Side A. (YouTube)
Video: The Sound, 'I Can't Escape Myself 80'
#14 The Walkmen
#13 Cut Copy
#12 Late Of The Pier
#11 Gabriella Cilmi
#10 White Denim
#9 Gareth Los Campesinos!
#8 Barry Adamson
#6 and #7 Muscles and Bumblebeez (Modular special edition!)
#4 Sebastien Tellier
#3 The Maccabees