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Premiere: I Wear Experiment Mixtape (Tallinn Music Week Edition)

March 28-April 3 in Tallinn, Estonia

Mar 09, 2016 I Wear Experiment
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Today’s Tallinn Music Week mixtape is brought to you by Tallinn locals I Wear Experiment. Their contribution to our ongoing series features some international favorites (‘Cause seriously, who doesn’t love St. Vincent and Mew?) and a few Estonian bands that deserve to be international favorites (we see you Hommik). Listen below. Wanna really get to know the band? Be sure to give their album Crickets Empire III a spin.

Get into the Tallinn Music Week spirit by giving a second listen to previous mixes in our series from Nils Gröndahl, Napoleon Gold, Frankie Animal, and Liima. Coming with us to Estonia? GROUP HUG. Grab any last minute info you desire here.


1. Reket: Hommik (The best new hip-hop artist in Estonia)

2. St. Vincent: Digital Witness (The album that has influenced us the most last year)

3. Public Service Broadcasting: Gagarin (One really cool artist that we found from Tallinn Music Week few years ago)

4. Lexsoul Dancemachine: The Poet (Our friends, the ambassadors of Estonian funk)

5. Mutemath: Bulletproof (Throughout the years, one of the most influential bands for us)

6. The Chemical Brothers: Go (Our favorite electro album of 2015)

7. Florence + The Machine: Delilah (Its all about the half-time feel in the end of the song)

8. Adele: I Miss You (One of our favorite producers Paul Epworth doing what he does best)

9. Mew: Witness (The only reason Hando is willing to play a 6 string instrument)

10. Brns: Here Dead He Lies (An epic live band we found from Tallinn Music Week few years ago)

11. I Wear* Experiment: Patience (Because)

12. Pablo Nouvelle: You Don’t Understand (We saw them at Waves Bratislava last year and after that gig decided not see any other artists as they might ruin the epic emotional charge Pablo Nouvelle gave us.)






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