Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Music to Listen to Poolside by Poolside

Posted By on Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 3:30 PM

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LA duo Poolside describe their music as "Daytime Disco" which I suppose means they have a sunny take on late 70's pop/soul, but who knows? Their first single, "Do You Believe", was a fun, summery, synth-heavy dance track, which they've followed up with a two-part similarly-themed mixtape nearly adding up to two hours of music. Both parts, "Day" and "Night", can be downloaded from their Soundcloud page or you can just stream the mixes here. The remix of Arthur Russell's "This Is How We Walk on the Moon" on the "Day" mix is worth listening to both for, by itself.

"Day":

Poolside - Day mixtape by Poolside Music


"Night":

Poolside - Night mixtape by Poolside Music

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