2014 Mix Tape

No matter what is happening at the Percolator office, one constant is music: Music to work to, dance to, and rage to.

By Sarah Francis | December 23, 2014 |
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No matter what is happening at the Percolator office, one constant is music: Music to work to, dance to, and rage to. So we thought a mix tape seemed an appropriate way to ring in the new year.

Our 2014 Percolator playlist includes some of the music that kept Percolator moving in 2014 hand picked by each Percolator team member (the team member’s name is in parentheses).

  • Morning– Beck (Barbara)
  • Simple Song– The Shins (Barbara)
  • minipops 67 [120.2][source field mix] – Aphex Twin (Barbara)
  • Wiggle Waggle – Herbie Hancock (Chris)
  • Cissy Strut – The Meters (Chris)
  • Bra – Cymande (Chris)
  • Queremos Paz – Gotan Project(Karen)
  • Après La Pluie – Les Négresses Vertes (Karen)
  • Bucovina – Shantel (Karen)
  • All This Could Be Yours– Cold War Kids (Sarah)
  • From Rusholme with Love – Mint Royale (Sarah)
  • They Say I’m Different- Betty Davis (Sarah)
  • Todos Somos Erroristas – Ana Tijoux (Matthew)
  • July Flame – Laura Veirs (Matthew)
  • Mr. Abel Banks – Laura Risk (Matthew)

Need your music fix right now? We put it on Spotify for you, too.

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