Day 1/10 Album Challenge: Roxy Music – “Roxy Music”(1972)

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Day 1 in the 10 day album challenge, Roxy Music - "Roxy Music" 1972. For our first album in cottagemixtape.com's 10-day challenge, I chose Roxy Music's explosive debut album, Roxy Music (1972). I remember seeing a clip of Roxy Music on television, at the age of 11 and I was captivated by what I saw. …

The 10-Day Album Challenge: Albums That Influenced The ‘Cottage Country Mix’ Series

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Recently, going around the socials is the 10-Day Album Challenge, where you post albums that have most influenced you. So, my buddy, Brendan, threw down the glove, and like that: it's a list-off (*not a competition). Needless to say, its a daunting task (picking favourites) but I wanted to do one for the Cottage Country …

Come Buy Today at Cottagemixtape’s for Bandcamp Day!

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Update: the next Bandcamp Sale is scheduled for June 5th! Today! Bandcamp is again waiving fees for the artist's sales, so that the money can go towards them during this time for musicians, producers and DJs alike. So, if you have ever enjoyed the Cottage Country Mix why not support and buy a tee or …

5 Music Shows To Binge Watch On YouTube

No Netflix, no problem. Cottagemixtape.com has compiled a list of binge worthy music shows to watch on Youtube. From rocumentaries, to mockumentaries to variety shows these are perfect for captive watching or to have on while you are working indoors. We took the liberty of adding long playlists on each program so there is plenty …

45 Fridays: David Bowie ” Day-In Day-Out”

When I was going through my rock 45s here in self-isolation-ville, I came across David Bowie's 45 for "Day-In Day-Out" from his 1987 album, Never Let Me Down. Coincidentally, "Day-In Day-Out" was also featured on Cottage Country Vol. 18, which thematically was all about getting through the (work)day to get to the weekend, so it …