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Babes Mixtape Vol. 3 Curated by Sunny Ali & The Kid

Babes Mixtape Vol. 3 Curated by Sunny Ali & The Kid

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The Babes At The Museum Mixtape Vol. 3 Curated By Sunny Ali & The Kid

For the 3rd installment of our mixtape series, I asked lovable country punks Sunny Ali & The Kid to create the soundtrack to being chased out of the museum. What they sent back was a three-part mix: beginning with beats, moving on to their beloved country styles and closing with unadulterated rock from all over the world. Much more + track list here. (more…)


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Babes Mixtape Vol. 2 Curated by Lemonade

Babes Mixtape Vol. 2 Curated by Lemonade

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For years, the electro-dance outfit Lemonade has been gyrating our ears and hips in a hedonistic frenzy. So when they agreed to curate the second installment of our Babes At The Museum mixtape series, we heel clicked all the way home like some cracked out springboks.

The collection of 10 handpicked songs make up a chromatic mix of ambient, electronic and dance that can only be sourced by a wayfaring bunch constantly touring, plucking obscure ear gems along their way.

Check out the mixtape and let your crowded museum visits be filled with blissed out insouciance. Finally something to put a muffling end to all the loud-talking know-it-alls always feeling like they need to express their art criticism in public.

Lemonade by Von Pamer

Lemonade looking like their standing inside a Richard Serra installation. (Photo by by Von Pamer.)

 

If you want to hear Lemonade own material, grab their album Diver, out now on True Panther Records.

Artwork by Adam G. Mignanelli of Ballast NYC and mixed by Abdullah “the Kid” Saeed

Tracklist:
Cluster and Eno – “Für Luise”
Vladislav Delay – “Whistleblower”
Asa Chang and Junray – “Hana”
Saint Etienne – “Kiss and Make Up”
Anna Domino – “Caught”
Durutti Column – “For Belgian Friends”
Ana Helder-  ”Next Club”
Instra:Mental – “Leave It All Behind”
Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin – “Vaccination (for Thomas Mann)”
Alva Noto – “Monophaser 2″


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Our Most Androgynous DJ Set With SFMOMA

Our Most Androgynous DJ Set With SFMOMA

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Within SFMOMA’s collection lies a selection of artworks that challenge our views on sexuality and identification. With the green light from SFMOMA’s resident staff babe Willa (previously exalted on our site,) BATM got to “DJ” for the day and put together this playlist that muses on androgyny in art– its power to lure and gracefully confuse, visually and musically.

More on the artwork that inspired our music picks here.

 

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Babes At The Museum Mixtape Curated by Das Racist

Babes At The Museum Mixtape Curated by Das Racist

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No stranger to babes, our good friends from the hip hop group Das Racist were sweet enough tell us what songs come to mind when they think of culturally-attuned bombshells; like the kind you see floating around in museums. The selections include a lot woman-praising hip hop songs and a little bit of PJ Harvey. Check it out! Here’s the Babes At The Museum Mixtape curated by Das Racist  (artwork by Adam G. Mignanelli of Ballast NYC)

 


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