Looking back, Lindstrom has become a kind of soundtrack to our lives. We've blasted his laid back work with Prins Thomas on a roof in the summer, we've listened to Schnipper talk about how, when he slowed down Where You Go I Go Too, it might have jammed even more, and we've passed his upcoming can't-believe-this-wasn't-recorded-in-NYC-in-the-early-'80s collab with Christabelle around the office like a coveted bootleg. It seems like dude is always there. Also ubiquitous are these FACT mixes, which often provide a window into the minds of some of our favorite bands and artists. This time around we learn that Lindstrom has been listening to a bunch of Black Sabbath (surprising), some ABBA (not surprising) and that he is generally "a sucker for music with drum machines from the early '70s." (really, really not surprising). You've maybe heard a bunch of these songs before, but now they're re-contextualized and coming straight from Lindstrom's brain to our speakers.
Download: Lindstrom's FACT Mix