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Free Download Of The Week: Lambchop

Free Download Of The Week: Rostam

According to Rostam, "In A River" is a studio track pulled from a live performance. He explains in a press conference “I often want the songs I produce to be meeting places for organic and electronic sounds— old traditions and new ones, ‘In a River’ is new territory...

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Free Download Of The Week: Lambchop

Free Download Of The Week: Tunng

Since forming in 2003 and over the course of five albums, Tunng are a group that have explored the boundaries between acoustic and electronic music, becoming synonymous with the folktronica genre before moving into territory that managed to both evade that label and...

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Free Download Of The Week: Lambchop

Free Download Of The Week: Soccer Mommy

Nashville's Sophie Allen has released her first album.  Self described "Bedroom Pop", Soccer Mommy looked toward The Dixie Chicks, Avril Lavigne and Taylor Swift for inspiration.  Don't expect any of those superstars to be mimicked by this guitar loving sensation,...

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Free Download Of The Week: Lambchop

Free Download Of The Week: Lissie

“I want a love that’s made of blood and muscle.” Those are the words of Lissie Maurus.  A singer songwriter born and raised in the Midwest.  Her most recent release is an entirely independent venture and you can download "Best Days" off Castles any time between April...

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Free Download Of The Week: Lambchop

Free Download Of The Week: Moby

According to Moby, Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt is a return to the gospel and trip-hop style of his earlier works. The shift is evident on the album's first single "Like a Motherless Child," a reworking of the traditional slavery-era song "Sometimes I...

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Free Download Of The Week: Glen Hansard

Glen Hansard's love of the ocean and sailing along with his astute ability to weave metaphorical lyrics have rounded his new release "Between Two Shores".  While recorded in part in France, the album features collaborations with both his touring band studio musicians...

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