Dream truancy. Truancy from dreams? Truancy into dreams? A dream truancy fantasy? Whatever it is, this exclusive Tamaryn mix is dangerously evocative. It’s heavy like too much brandy in your wine, like a just bearable but too hot, steamy bath—when it's so tempting to just give in and sink deep down into it, but maybe after a little while, the water will get icy, cold and then you’ll be locked into this ephemeral, tripped out life forever. Actually, it’s more like doing pirouettes around the edge of a k-hole when you’ve ditched high school and run off with the cutest boy in class to party 'til dawn in the 80s. Yep, that’s it. Listen to it with eyes closed and images of Christian Slater in Pump Up The Volume dancing around in your little blissed-out minds.
"I'd like to make a special thanks to Jimi Hey and Frank Deserto, two American DJs that turned me onto a few of the best groups on this mix. Made with LOVE."
Check out their gorgeous dream-drone of a new track, "Heavenly Bodies":
Tamaryn's new album, Tender New Signs, will be out October 16th on Mexican Summer.
Catch them live here:
13th - Glassgow, Scotland – Mono (Free)
14th - Manchester, UK – Soup
15th - London, UK – The Lexington
Oct. 28 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
Oct. 29 Denver, CO – Hi-Dive
Nov. 01 Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
Nov. 02 Chicago, IL – Schubas Tavern
Nov. 03 Toronto, ON – The Garrison
Nov. 04 Montreal, QC – Il Motore
Nov. 05 Allston, MA – Great Scott
Nov. 08 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
Nov. 09 New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
Nov. 10 Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory
Nov. 11 Washington, DC – Red Palace
Nov. 13 Atlanta, GA – 529
Nov. 15 Houstin, TX – Fitzgerald’s
Nov. 16 Dallas, TX – Club Dada
Nov. 17 Austin, TX – Red 7
Nov. 20 San Diego, CA – Casbah
Nov. 23 Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
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