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Free Download: Alabama Shakes, Trey Anastasio, Brandi Carlile and Emmylou Harris
ATO Records is excited to bring you our new 2013 Spring Sampler. The sampler features 15 tracks by classic ATO artists, along with an exciting collection of new additions to our roster. Share with your family & friends, and enjoy the free tunes.

Here is the tracks list:
1. Caitlin Rose - I Was Cruel
2. Alabama Shakes - I Found You 
3. Jim James - A New Life 
4. Brandi Carlile and Emmylou Harris - Take Me Home, Country Roads 
5. Johnny Fritz - Ain't it Your Birthday? 
6. Kopecky Family Band - Heartbeat 
7. Bobby Long - Devil Moon 
8. The Bronx - Youth Wasted 
9. Allen Stone - Celebrate Tonight
10. Jovanotti - Sulla Frontiera 
11. Old Crow Medicine Show - Ain't it Enough 
12. SOJA - Jah is Listening Now (Acoustic) 
13. Stars - The Theory Of Relativity 
14. Trey Anastasio - Pigtail 
15. RayLand Baxter - Dreamin' 

To begin the download, go to this link. Once you are on that website, click "Free Download" and submit your email address to get a download code that will be sent to your email.
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Free Download: Patrick Stickles
Patrick Stickles is the frontman of Titus Andronicus band that plays punk and indie musics. He's inspired a lot by Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, the Big Country and also Thin Lizzy.

Artist: Patrick Stickles
Hails From: Glen Rock, N.J.
Song: 'Hey Tonight (Free Energy Cover)'
Album: (Single)
Sounds Like: Titus Andronicus, Bruce Springsteen

In Their Words: "Patrick really knows how to find the essence of a song. His cover is a full on Springsteen-banger complete with piano and bells. It's an honor to have such a talented artist cover our song, and it's all the more satisfying given that he is a friend and he has offered nothing but love and support to Free Energy from the start. He is an exceptional young man! Here's to Patrick Stickles!" -- Free Energy's Paul Sprangers.

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Free Download: Summer Hours
Formerly known as La Pieta, Broklyn Trio Summer Hours will definitely touch your indie pop heart with very simple relaxed songs but smart.

Artist: Summer Hours
Hail From: New York
Song: 'Close and Closer'
Album: Closer Still [Bandcamp]
Sounds Like: Land of Talk, Pixies

In Their Words: "'Close and Closer' is about human interactions -- about all of the invisible connections between us and how we impact people and never know it ... and also about the desire to be so close to someone that you almost want to become a part of them." -- Singer Rachel Dannefer

Photo Credit to: facebook.com/summerhours
Story Credit to: spinner.com

Click here to download 'Close and Closer'
 
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Free Download: Harmonious Wail

Harmonious Wail is the next artist in line for Mad City Sessions with a free show on April 25th @ 6:00pm at Overture Center.

Here's a sample of his work. "Lagavulin Bay"



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According to FAME Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange, if Harmonious Wail “doesn't set your toe to tapping and put a smile on your face, you should probably get medication." With smoldering vocals laced in with jazzy mandolin and guitar lines reminiscent of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli, and an infectious blend of continental jazz, swing, gypsy music, and vocal melodies, Harmonious Wail dares its audiences to describe it in words. Winners of multiple MAMA awards including Best Jazz CD, Best Ensemble Vocalists of the Year, Favorite Jazz Band, Best World Artist, Best World Song, and Best Instrumentalist, Harmonious Wail has caught numerous listeners by total surprise during its more than 20-year history.

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Free Download: Churchill
This band has been favorably compared to the current folk rock king, Mumford & Sons. Do you think so? Listen for the studio original on 105.5 Triple M.

Artist: Churchill
Hail From: Denver
Song: 'Change (Acoustic)'
Album: Change EP (Acoustic) [iTunes] [Amazon]
Sounds Like: the Swell Season, the Civil Wars

In Their Words: "We love playing this acoustic version of change, it's got some soul to it and we get to focus in a little more on the harmonies than in the original version." -- Guitarist Tim Bruns

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Free download: Mayer Hawthorne
Remember Mayer Hawthorne's catchy song "The Walk" that Triple M introduced you to in 2012?

Well the Detroit singer/producer has a new album coming out this summer, and he's giving us a preview with the new song "Designer Drug."
The album, which so far doesn't have a title, is expected to sound much different, according to Hawthorne. For one thing, this is the firs time he hasn't done the whole thing by himself.

Check out the song, and if you like it, you can download it for FREE here.

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Free Download: The Ceremonies
This band has influences from '80s post-punk-pioneers Echo & The Bunnymen, The Smith, and The Cure. Check out their debut single here.

Artist: The Ceremonies
Hail From: Los Angeles
Song: 'Land of Gathering'
Album: (Single) [iTunes] [Amazon]
Sounds Like: Local Natives, MGMT

In Their Words: "Our song 'Land of Gathering' is influenced by childhood nostalgia and the rediscovery of metaphysical spaces only reached through an appreciation for the imagination." -- Singer Matthew Cook.

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