Self-released earlier this year, Warpaint’s Exquisite Corpse EP has been picked up and re-released by L.A.’s Manimal Vinyl.  Say hello to your new favorite late night/early morning go-to album. At five tracks it’s a gauzy acoustic/electric affair reminiscent of So Tonight That I Might See era Mazzy Star if, say, fronted by Chan Marshall. This music sounds as if it were made with Autumn in mind — it’s now mid-October and I cannot recommend this enough.

MP3: Warpaint :: Billie Holiday
MP3: Warpaint :: Elephants

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5 Responses to “Warpaint :: Billie Holiday”

  1. I’ve been addicted to WarPaint since their Detroit Bar show about a year ago in Costa Mesa. A lot of good bands are playing there before they hit it big.

  2. Great recommendation. Love this.

  3. […] back to L.A. last night.  The middle of my autumn traveling mix for the rental car was made up of Warpaint’s “Billie Holiday,” The Middle East’s “The Darkest Side,” John […]

  4. Whoa whoa. This is super rad.

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