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Free Download Of The Week: St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Free Download Of The Week: St. Paul & The Broken Bones

1 Comment 15 April 2014

St Paul And The Broken Bones
Birmingham, Alabama-based sextet St. Paul & The Broken Bones released their full length debut , Half The City, this past February on Single Lock Records. The album was produced by fellow Alabaman  Ben Tanner of Alabama Shakes and was recorded and mixed in the storied R&B mecca of Muscle Shoals. Front man Paul Janeway explains the recording procedure, “We said, ‘We’re doing this as old-school as we can.’ We did it to tape. We did it live. What you hear is taken from about three takes, and we took the best take. I love it. It’s raw. You hear all the scrapes.” Download “Call Me” from Half The City and learn more about St. Paul & The Broken Bones at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.

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Free Download Of The Week: The War On Drugs

Free Download Of The Week: The War On Drugs

No Comments 10 April 2014

The War On Drugs by Dusdin Condren

The War On Drugs by Dusdin Condren

Philadelphia’s The War On Drugs released their third album, Lost In The Dream, on March 18th. For this record, central member Adam Granduciel approaced album construction differently. Instead of building the core of songs himself, he worked more with touring bandmates David Hartley and Robbie Bennett. “I wanted there to be a singular voice, but I wanted it to be a project of great friends. Everyone in the band cares about it so much,” Granduciel says. “That is the crux of it—growing up, dealing with life, having close friends, helping each other get by. That is what the record’s all about.” Download “Red Eyes” from Lost In The Dream and learn more about The War On Drugs at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.

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Free Download Of The Week: Bombay Bicycle Club

Free Download Of The Week: Bombay Bicycle Club

Comments Off 31 March 2014

Bombay Bicycle Club

This past February, North London’s Bombay Bicycle Club released their fourth album in five years, So Long, See You Tomorrow, through Vagrant Records. According  to frontman and songwriter Jack Steadman, crafting the album took longer than usual. Most of the songs were written during his travels through India, Turkey, and Tokyo, as well as the UK and the Netherlands. Now that the album is complete, Steadman is pleased with the results, “I feel like we’ve found the balance between making it interesting and intelligent, but also not highbrow or elitist.” Download “Luna” from So Long, See You Tomorrow and learn more about Bombay Bicycle Club at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.

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Free Download Of The Week: Damien Jurado

Free Download Of The Week: Damien Jurado

2 Comments 26 March 2014

Photo By Steve Gullick

Photo By Steve Gullick

This past January, Seattle-based singer-songwriter Damien Jurado released his 11th full length studio album on Secretly Canadian Records. According to Jurado, Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son is about a man who disappears on a search for himself and never goes home. He also describes it as something of a sequel to 2012′s Maraqopa (also produced by frequent collaborator Richard Swift). Download “Silver Timothy” from Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son and learn more about Damien Jurado at his Official Website, “Like” him on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter.

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