Yep. Yep. The 2012 Victory Mix

29th November 2011

Here’s what, 2012 is about to rock your face off. “Yep. Yep.” is a mix I put together for you and your steady progression toward victory. Leave us your 2012 song recs in comments. Cheers to a new year, my friends.

(I mostly live on Spotify now, so here’s the Yep. Yep. Mix over there, if you like it like that. The one below is from Rdio, which lets me embed the player with song previews.)

13 thoughts on “Yep. Yep. The 2012 Victory Mix

  1. Nelle

    Funnily enough, my you-WILL-survive-grad-school mix is titled YEP and has three tracks in common with your 2012 mix. This gives me warm fuzzies :)

    Some additions from that:
    “Breathe” – Alexi Murdoch
    “This Too Shall Pass” – OK Go
    “Do You Realize?” – Flaming Lips
    “Mouthwash” – Kate Nash

  2. Eilis

    This mix makes me want to hang out with you. Here’s some of my newest faves:
    War Again-Balkan Beat Box
    Mountain Man-Crash Kings
    Luckiest Man-The Wood Brothers
    Bigcitydreams-Never Shout Never
    Kissed It (feat. Velvet Revolver)-Macy Gray
    Marchin On-OneRepublic
    Scar That Never Heals-Jeremy Fisher
    More Time-NeedToBreathe
    Big And Chunky–Will.I.Am

  3. Maggie S

    Love this. We must have a psychic connection cause I was just thinking about how awesome 2012 will be.

    @Nelle – best Flaming Lips song.

    Off of my “Shark Week” (cause you gotta keep moving) mix on Spotify
    Rebel Girl – Bikini Kill
    Deceptacon – Le Tigre
    Phenomena – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

  4. Justine

    Tegan & Sara – “Call It Off”
    The Black Keys – “Everlasting Light”
    Matt & Kim – “Block After Block”
    Over The Rhine – “The King Knows How”

  5. Amber

    Maybe you need some old school punk in there. “Oh Bondage Up Yours” by the X-Ray Spex? Heck. That’s awesome.

    On the flip, I always find Bon Iver’s “Holocene” to be so affirming. When he sings “I was not magnificent” — that’s comforting to me, to think that in the grand scheme of things, I am such a small part of it all. And the universe is so large and grand and I exist within it. And —

    I am so not explaining myself well! Grack! Anyway, “Holocene” makes me feel victorious in a small, peaceful way. I don’t know.

  6. Ami

    These may be too conventional for you, but I like “Everybody” by Ingrid Michaelson, “Say Hey (I Love You)” by Michael Franti, and “Hey Mama” by Matt Carney.

    Love the idea of a Victory mix. I’m going to have to make one for myself. Rock on.

  7. sara

    Awesome! This inspired me to make a playlist of all the acts I’ve seen live this year. My favorites have been:

    Gambit, This Town
    Hesta Prynn, Can We Go Wrong?
    Atomic Tom, Play That Dirty Girl
    Lion of Ido, New York City
    Neon Trees, Your Surrender
    The Limousines, Internet Killed the Video Star
    Bushwalla, I’ll Funk Your Brains Out
    Simple Math, Manchester Orchestra
    Barton Hollow, The Civil Wars
    Ryan Star, anything he’s ever done, ever

    Not able to see them live, but: The Spring Standards, Chicago

    2011 has been pretty cool, but I’m sure 2012 will top it.

  8. Chrissie

    The Mountain Goats’ “This Year” was my anthem from Dec 2008 to Dec 2009. Hearing it brings me back to the worst time in my life, in a good peaceful way. It’s cathartic to see how far I have come from my life’s most painful moment.

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