British vote mixtape

Bradley M. Kuhn at 2016-06-27T00:36:41Z

http://www.npr.org/2016/06/26/483624390/more-songs-from-your-brexit-mixtape


So, a few things here: most of the songs are those popular when I was a teenager or in my 20s.


And, does anyone even say "mixtape" anymore?


I am pretty sure NPR demographics are skewing toward 35-50 age group

Michael Downey, Douglas Perkins likes this.

I'm pretty sure mix CD has come and find too. And now thanks to DRM, there is no next thing.

David "Judah's Shadow" Blue at 2016-06-27T03:15:02Z

You can call something "a mix" or "a playlist".

Douglas Perkins at 2016-06-27T04:06:48Z

As a relatively young person, who was nevertheless old enough to make actual "mixtapes," I think it's an excellent term.  The medium doesn't matter as much as the intention behind a personally curated playlist.  People recognize that intention when you say "mixtape," so I say mix those tapes!

Benjamin Cook at 2016-06-27T15:26:33Z

I believe the term Mixtape is still in circulation, despite the almost extinction of tape media 

Erez Schatz at 2016-07-17T11:09:29Z