Every other week, Anthony Kozlowski pens the Atwood Magazine column Tunes & Tumblers, pairing new and classic albums with cocktail recipes. He quickly found however that drinking alone is a sad business. So he invited his friends into a recording booth to aid in mixing delicious drinks and to discuss the music that they all love. Strap on your headphones and enjoy a cold one on us.
This week, the Tunes & Tumblers regulars are joined by LA-via-Baltimore singer/songwriter Mazie, as we chat all things psychedelia and her newest album, blotter baby.
words by Lilly Eason
This week at the bar, the Tunes & Tumblers regulars get a little mellow with special guest Mazie to spin blotter baby, her newest record featuring TikTok mega-super-smash-hit “dumb dumb.” Meanwhile we sip on a cocktail so psychedelic, it’ll start trying to convince you Phish is good (this is an opinion of the copywriter and may not reflect the thoughts and opinions of the other members of Tunes & Tumblers or Atwood Magazine as a whole) (but it should). For a deep dive into all things psychedelic, from ‘60s and ‘70s influences to special experiences to post-trip revelations, tune into this week’s episode of Tunes & Tumblers.
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Wanna drink with us? Then you’ve gotta do it responsibly. Here’s Kaitlyn’s recipe for a “Kaleidoscopic Journey”!
- 1oz Mezcal
- 3 oz Golden Mango Space Tea
- 1 oz Coconut, Pineapple, Rosemary Simple Syrup
- Fresh Coconut Chunks
- Fresh Mango Chunks
- 1 Tbsp Blackberry Purée
- Drizzle blackberry purée on mango and coconut and layer in bottom of glass
- Shake ice, mezcal, and simple syrup and carefully pour into glass
- Top with Space Tea, garnish with blackberry, rosemary and edible blooms
- Enjoy the good vibes!
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