Good Morning Mix: Chet Porter takes Foreign Family's Intermission Broadcast Mix for an indie-electronic spin

Good Morning Mix: Chet Porter takes Foreign Family's Intermission Broadcast Mix for an indie-electronic spin

by: Austin Evenson Apr 21, 2020 pinterest At the end of March, ODESZA made a grand resurface with their first …

At the end of March, ODESZA made a grand resurface with their first NO.SLEEP mix in three years and the 12th installment in the mix series. The Seattle duo’s mix simultaneously served as the first episode of Intermission Broadcast: a new weekly mix series of Foreign Family Collective artists. For episode two, the series is kicked off by Canadian favorite, Chet Porter, who stepped up to the plate to put together 46 minutes of dreamy, indie-electronic selects.

Elegantly blending both ends of the genre spectrum from The Naked and Famous, Passion Pit, and MGMT to Flume, Porter Robinson, and San Holo, Chet Porter succeeds in expertly maintaining the energy moving throughout without hitting the accelerator too hard. The bearded producer releases this mix just after he joined forces with Alison Wonderland for their synthy collaboration, “Bummed,” which finds its way in towards the end of the Intermission Broadcast Mix.

Track List:
Chet Porter – Intro
The Naked And Famous – Young Blood
Chet Porter – Stay (Afterglow Remix)
ODESZA – Line of Sight (Chet Porter Remix)
Passion Pit – Sleepyhead
Lorde – Perfect Places (Whethan Remix)
Lorde – Ribs (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
Fan Fiction – l0st
Spinee – Pretty
Green Groove Armada – Paper Romance (Urchins Remix)
MGMT – Kids (Soulwax Remix)
Porter Robinson – Language
Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream
San Holo – I Still See Your Face
Pumped Up Kicks – Foster The People (Whethan Remix)
Passion Pit – The Reeling (Calvin Harris Remix)
Emancipator – Eve II (ODESZA Remix)
Flume – Rushing Back
Peter Bjorn & John – Young Folks (San Holo Remix)
BROCKHAMPTON – San Marcos
Chet Porter – Bummed (feat. Alison Wonderland)
Flume – The Difference (feat. Toro y Moi)
Porter Robinson – Something Comforting
Swardy – Here On My Own

Photo credit: Josh Bernstein

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