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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

City Limits Records Releases a Mix Perfect for San Francisco

Posted By on Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 5:13 PM

Yet another ode to the city by the bay, this time courtesy of City Limits Records, dropped yesterday. Featuring tracks by such S.F. kids as Young Prisms, Tim Cohen, Magic Bullets, Melted Toys, and Maus Haus, among others, City Limits Presents: San Francisco, the (mostly) breezy mix is the perfect low-key accompaniment to a crisp S.F. summer day.

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The album was put together by Peter Arko from Ears of the Beholder, a local music blog/promoter, and Robert Khoury from See the Leaves, another music blog. They plan to collaborate with other music bloggers from different locales and release more single-city compilation albums.

Though both bloggers describe the compilation as a salute to the variety of music that comes from the city, the mix seems to more effectively complement San Francisco itself. The dreamy, breezy tracks would be perfect twinkling from a stereo at a picnic in the park (any park), echoing down the alleyway from that coffee shop down the street, or playing at full volume on a windows-down cruise through the city.

Right now, the whole album is available to be streamed for free, downloaded for $8, or on 12" vinyl for $20. The vinyl version will be printed on orange vinyl (of course). Check out the whole thing here. Or at least give a listen to our favorite track from the album, "Meant to Be" from Fiveng.

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