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Premiere: Eric Shoves Them in His Pockets (Open’er Edition)

Festival Runs July 2-5 in Gdynia, Poland

Jun 30, 2014
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On July 2, we’re headed to Poland for Open’er Festival. Ahead of the trek, we’ve asked a few of our favorite Polish bands playing the event to participate in our ongoing mixtape series. The newest mix comes from Warsaw’s Eric Shoves Them in His Pockets.

“Ok, so we have gone from making a cooking mixtape, to a car fixing one, then a summer one that was melancholic, to a happy one and then realized time is running out,” says Eric Shoves member, Szymon Najder. “So here you go, here is a mixtape like they were made back in the day. Just some songs that I, as a friend, would give you to listen to. A couple of random tracks that I would like you to remember me by. A goodbye, when we separate in search of summer adventures. Some old songs, a few new ones, a surprise or two, hopefully an inspiration, and most of it local. Everything is from Warsaw, other than track four, which is a classic from Christoph, our drummer, and track five, which is a band I saw in Berlin before a Mac Demarco concert. The songs are mellow yet picked out carefully. I mean, it could be the tape you mold you summer in to. ENJOY!”

Open’er Festival runs from July 2-5 in Gdynia, Poland. If you're headed that direction, grab your tickets here. You can also revisit our previous Open’er mixtapes from Coldair and We Draw A here and here.

Eric Shoves Them In His Pockets Mixtape For Under the Radar Magazine (Open'er Edition) by Under_Radar_Mag on Mixcloud


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5. Tonstartssbandht: Alright

6. HOW HOW: K2

7. Queer Resource Center: Reorganization







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