Mixtape: Bedroom Beats Fuses Florida Electronic Artists

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A few County Grind staples in Sumsun and Millionyoung -- and 17 other electronic music artists with Florida ties -- are features on a new compilation, titled Bedroom Beats. The free download comes as the first in a series of Florida Indoors compilations put out by the music and culture blog Brasky.

The comp is divided into three different sections, which are meant to echo different aspects of the Sunshine State's "images and feelings." It was a nine-month process to create this evocative soundscape, so please enjoy.

Get a sampling of what Bedroom Beats is all about right here:

Track Listing:

SIDE A (Morning of the Launch)
1. A Scissors - Approaching Sunlight
2. Chromatic Flights - Direct to Whatever
3. Shamantis - Sky Lotus Blossom
4. Dark Sea of Awareness - Surround
5. Diamond Man - Wafers
6. Alien House - Sifter/Water Moccasin

SIDE B (90 in December, 1993)
7. Machinedrum - 911
8. MillionYoung - Forerunner
9. Navigateur - River of Light
10. Sumsun - Wind Stone
11. Luminary Youth - Darjeeling Temptress
12. C85 - Love Takes Time
13. Panther God - Foliage (ft. Miranda Rae)
14. Off Balance Atlas - Blue (One for Joni)

SIDE C (Tropical Disturbance)
15. Kalx - Jack Richter
16. Sea Things - I'm Real
17. Xanadu Kudzu - The Part Where You Run Away
18. Young Egypt - Faraday Cage
19. MissingNo. - ID

Download the entire free compilation at the Brasky Bandcamp site.

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