As most of the P&C readers already know, we are embarking on a Summer Playlist Series, inspired by the epic playlist created by Danger Mouse for Vulture/New York Magazine.
Vol. 1–humble blogger’s playlist–was published on Thursday. Vol. 2–Esteban Miguel’s picks, was released just yesterday.
And now! It’s onto Vol. 3, by the voice of the P&C monthly podcast, Thom Lau. A brilliant blend of great summery tunes, you’ll get a nice mix of those things Thom loves–sugary indie pop, bits with a bit of a groove, some dashes of instrumental and electro. Anything that boasts The Avalanches, Beirut, Beulah, and RJD2 works wonders for humble blogger, and should thusly, knock your socks off, or at least urge you onto thinking about not wearing any at all. After all, its summer!
The last playlist in our Summer Series–by P&C newest contributor Mack Dunn (who will finally give us a bit more femme at the blog, what with it being humble blogger the only lady folk up to now)–will be made available in the coming days, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, you can check out Vol. 1, or Vol. 2, and of course, naturally, gobble Vol. 3.
Thom Lau’s Tracklist is as follows:
1. The Avalanches – Since I Left You 2. RJD2 – Ghostwriter 3. Four Tet – Smile Around The Face 4. Nomo – We Do We Go 5. Hercules & The Love Affair – Hercules Theme 6. Beirut – Scenic World 7. Beulah – Score From Augusta 8. The Go Team! – Feel Good by Numbers 9. Broken Social Scene – 7,4 Shoreline 10. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Young Adult Friction 11. I’m From Barcelona – Rec & Play 12. Islands – Rough Gem 13. The Shins – Know Your Onion! 14. Surfer Blood – Neighbour Riffs 15. The Unicorns – I Was Born (A Unicorn) 16. Pixies – Here Comes Your Man 17. Vampire Weekend – Holiday 18. The Breeders – Divine Hammer 19. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Let The Cool Goddess Rust Away 20. Harvey Danger – Flagpole Sitta 21. Noah and The Whale – 5 Years Time 22. Violent Femmes – Blister in the sun 23. The Broken West – Perfect Games 24. Pavement – Summer Babe (Winter Version) 25. Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Band – Express Yourself
2 thoughts on “It’s the P&C Summer Playlist Series: Vol. 3, Thom Lau”
Excited to hear this, I need a new summery mix!