The Snodgrass: 3-5 Mixes for Friends 02-03

"Some New Old Shit"

A compilation of early-aughts remixes for San Diego indie rock royalty

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The Snodgrass
3-5 Mixes for Friends 02-03
Release Date:
Friday, July 29th, 2022
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File Under:
Indie, Electronic, Experimental, IDM, Remix
Track Listing:
1. Ilya - Isola (The Snodgrass Mix) [04:29]
2. Tristeza - Futuro (The Snodgrass Mix) [05:17]
3. Tristeza - Futuro (The Snodgrass Hardcore Mix) [05:50]
4. Via Satellite - Cliff (The Snodgrass Mix) [05:07]
5. Via Satellite - Cliff (The Snodgrass Acapella Mix) [02:23]
(Total Run Time: 23 minutes and change)

After the release of his second debut “Styloid Process EP” in May 2022, The Snodgrass spent some time scouring the digital remnants of various of CD-ROMs, ZIP Drives, and RAR archives and put together a compilation of various remix tracks he did for some friends back in the early 00’s.

The digital compilation releases Friday July 29th, with remixes for Ilya, Tristeza, and Via Satellite.

The Snodgrass has got all of your early-2000’s San Diego indie nostalgia covered!


Jordan Snodgrass is a San Diego native, Imputor? Records co-founder, one half of IDM supergroup (LOL!) Calculator Man & Hangar, former Rocket From The Crypt Web Lackey, and graduate of UCSD with a degree in cognitive science and specialization in computation. Rather than spending those 4 years getting toasted and mastering hacky sack, he spent them researching the effects of monotonous drum beats on brainwaves.

Crumbs from his mid-aughts noodlings can be found scattered across the web: Remix work for San Diego's Tristeza ("Mixed Signals"), Via Satellite ("Cliff"), and Ilya ("Isola"), as well as a compilation appearance ("45 Seconds of:") alongside artists such as Lusine, DJ Spooky, Leafcutter John, Dntel, Electric Company, + a ton more. He has performed live shows with: The Album Leaf, Dntel, Hrvatski, Greg Davis, Fax, Thingy, The Spacewurm, Languis, IQU, Ursula 1000, FCS North, Randomnumber, + more.

A fried hard drive in 2001 derailed his music career, his debut album "It Takes A Nation of Inidie Rockers to Hold Me Back" lost to the unforgiving digital gods.

20 years later he returned with his second debut album: "Styloid Process EP," quickly followed by the "Growlbient" LP and the "Music For 1 Musician" EP.

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