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Free Download: Air Review "American's Son"
Artist: Air Review
Hail From: Dallas
Song: 'America's Son'
Album: Low Wishes [iTunes] [Amazon]
Sounds Like: Sufjan Stevens, Death Cab for Cutie

In Their Words: "'America's Son' is about that moment when you truly realize that you are a product of your environment; sometimes it takes a trip to the other side of the world to fully realize that truth." -- Guitarist Richard Carpenter.

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Free Download: Boy - Little Numbers

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Artist: Boy
Hail From: Hamburg, Germany
Song: 'Little Numbers'
Album: Mutual Friends [iTunes] [Amazon]
Sounds Like: Feist, Regina Spektor

 

 

In Their Words: "'Little Numbers' was the last song we wrote for our debut album, and it was really the easiest one to write. It kind of flew to us, like a present in the end. We wrote it during a time where we had sent out our songs to several record companies and were waiting for them to call us back, so that was the initial inspiration for the song. But most people hear it as a love song, which is perfectly fine as well!" -- Valeska Steiner

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Churchill - Change (Acoustic)
Have you been loving "Change" by Churchill, one of the latest songs to hit Triple M? The group from Denver, CO has been making waves with their first single. We've already showed you the video, but now you can download a unique acoustic version of the song free!
 
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Free Downloads: The Dang-Its

Madison Honkey-Tonk/Western Swing/Americana band The Dang-Its are next up in our Mad City Sessions Series with a free show at the Overture Center on February 7th at 6:00pm.

Here's a free download of one of thier new songs: Close To Me.
 
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