Editors’ Notes This Australian singer/songwriter eloquently—and quite loquaciously—reflects on life's more mundane moments through some of the catchiest, rawest indie rock this side of the '90s. It's that invigorating combo of quick wit and anxious energy that powers this mix, featuring tracks from Barnett's solo releases and her 2017 collaboration with Kurt Vile. Her grungy, fuzzy guitar tone and those deadpan vocals—monotone, cracking slightly at the edges—carry whiffs of Nirvana, but it's her rambling ruminations on everything from boredom and insomnia to MSG and organic vegetables that make Barnett feel so relatable.

SONG
ALBUM
Everybody Here Hates You
4:13
 
City Looks Pretty
4:41
 
Nameless, Faceless
3:14
 
Avant Gardener
5:12
 
Need a Little Time
3:58
 
6:19
 
Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party
2:46
 
History Eraser
3:28
 
Continental Breakfast
4:53
 
Pickles from the Jar
2:48
 
An Illustration of Loneliness (Sleepless In New York)
3:10
 
Don't Apply Compression Gently
3:35
 

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