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[Free MP3] Atlas Sound - Flagstaff

Atlas Sound is the solo project from Bradford Cox of indie buzz band Deerhunter. Cox's first solo record, Let The Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel was released in '08. After reading a Beck interview while in the sixth grade, Cox learned he could use the family's karaoke machine as a multi-track device. Atlas Sound is Cox continuing to explore the process, his way of using "ideas I can't make work with a five piece band."  On this new record he's created an intimate space you'll keep going back to. Parallax the third release from Atlas Sound is out November 8th on 4AD. Grab a free download of Flagstaff here.
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{Free .mp3} New song from Fitz and the Tantrums

Did you catch Fitz and the Tantrums when they played that show at Willow Island last weekend? They're still on the road in support of their album "Pickin' Up the Pieces," and their momentum continues to build. They say their recipe for success is "six killer musicians, five dapper suits, irresistible songs, some serendipity and one vintage organ." Fitz and the Tantrums will be back in the Midwest in late November, playing three shows at the Metro (two are already sold out). In the meantime, here's a free download of a live version of the song "Don't Gotta Work it Out." Enjoy!
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[Free MP3] Frightened Rabbit Ep

Frightened Rabbit are a Scottish band lead by Scott Hutchison. They released their debut Sing The Greys in 2006 and have created some pretty amazing music ever since. The band's 2008 release The Midnight Organ Fight even scored "Album of the Year" votes from some music critics. Nobody does a love song better than Frightened Rabbit. They've grown since '06 adding more complex layered arrangements into the mix. Hutchison's strong Scottish vocals and huge choruses have become his signature. The band seem poised for a breakthrough. The Ep includes the song “The Work” featuring vocals from veteran Scottish folksinger Archie Fisher. Grab the new Frightened Rabbit Ep here in exchange for your email address. It's also streaming here if you want to check it out first.
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