DC9er Mixtape, Vol. 17 revisited: Left/Right Delivers That Mix To Us, As Promised

Two weeks back we featured Left/Right on our weekly DJ profile, DC9er. However, due to a busy schedule the DJ/producer wasn't able to send over an exclusive mix. Instead, he sent us an excellent mix that he'd already released.

Well, this week, Left/Right sent along his new DC9-exclusive "Day Mix" part one of a two-hour mix entitled "Day/Night mix." Left/Right says the mix displays a lesser-known side of the DJ, and is in his words "a little more relaxed, creative, and strange."

With artists ranging from Caribou to Beck to LCD Soundsystem, the mix "ranges from downtempo and electronica to indie rock and nu-disco."

In addition, here is a free download of "Thank You Toni," a track from Left/Right's side-project band, Chris Broke It. Download "Day Mix" after the jump.

Left Right - Day Mix by DC9erMixtape

Consider today a double dose of DC9er, and have a good weekend!

Left/Right - Day Mix Tracklist:

1. Mouthful of Diamonds - Phantogram
2. Broken Drum (Boards of Canada Remix) - Beck
3. Shattered Into Dyes - Talkdemonic
4. Swoon (Boys Noize Summer Mix) - The Chemical Brothers
5. Something Good Can Work - (The Twelves Remix) - Two Door Cinema Club
6. Garden - Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
7. Up The Mountain feat The Battle Of Land And Sea (Gui Boratto Remix) - Bomb The Bass
8. Lyve - Moguai
9. Nights Off - Siriusmo
10. Cherry Moon - Lorn
11. Odessa - Caribou
12. Greenwich Mean Time (Sunset Sound Session) - Charlotte Gainsbourg
13. This City (Adam Freeland Remix) - The Chemists
14. Sweet Rosie (Disco Dub) - Hugg & Pepp
15. Sun - Caribou
16. You Came Out (Stereogamous Remix) - We Have Band
17. You Wanted A Hit (Soulwax Remix) - LCD Soundsystem
18. How To Fake Your Own Life (Etienne De Crecy Remix) - Adam Freeland

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