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Funky, drank-y and draggy tunes for Thursday's child

Shan Beaste, a.k.a. Zombelle
Shan Beaste
Shan Beaste, a.k.a. Zombelle
Music can encapsulate a feeling. I'm not exactly sure what feeling this mix captures, but it probably involves illicit substances, Dixie cups, seapunk chic and halfhearted twerking. Musicians from Los Angeles, Portland, New Orleans, Chicago, New Orleans, San Jose, Calif. and France conjure up the sound I was looking for last night. The Quintron song is definitely NSFW. As for the rest, you'd best judge for yourself. Stream the mix and peep the track list below.

1) Selma Oxor - "Jungle Juice"
2) Glass Candy - "Geto Boys"
3) Salem - "Trapdoor"
4) Big Freedia - "Gin in my System"
5) Quintron and Miss Pussycat - "Witch in the Club"
6) Lizzy Mercier Descloux - "Funky Stuff"
7) Xiu Xiu - "Sashay Away"
8) Zombelle & Myrrh Ka Ba - "Pumpkin Pumpkin" (Kreayshawn redux)


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