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Free Download Of The Week: Hoops

Free Download Of The Week: Hoops

No Comments 22 May 2017

Hoops was born in frontman Drew Auscherman ’s teenage bedroom as a solo ambient and beat-driven project. Auscherman named the band after the hoop houses at the nursery where he worked (not for his home state’s mania for basketball). Eventually he corralled a few of his friends to flesh out his songs, and the music inevitably shifted toward something new: more melodic, more guitar-driven, more extroverted.  The Indiana band craft hyper-melodic songs, built around power-pop chords, deceptively complex drum patterns, and rock-anthem sentiments that hide some tellingly dark thoughts. Download “Rules” off Routines any time between May 22nd, and May 29th and learn more about Hoops at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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Free Download Of The Week: Dirty Projectors

Free Download Of The Week: Dirty Projectors

No Comments 15 May 2017

Dirty Projectors is an American indie rock band, fronted by David Longstreth, that has released eight full-length albums. The band has gone through numerous lineup changes, but has remained centered around Longstreth.  While often associated with the late 2000s New York indie rock scene, critics have likened Dirty Projectors to musicians from many genres. For example, critics have compared them to new wave artists David Byrne and Squeeze, pop stars Beyoncé and Mariah Carey, and progressive rock musicians Frank Zappa and Yes.  Download “Cool Your Heart” off Dirty Projectors any time between May 15th, and May 21st and learn more about Dirty Projectors at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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Free Download Of The Week: Broken Social Scene

Free Download Of The Week: Broken Social Scene

No Comments 08 May 2017

Broken Social Scene

10 years after Evan Drew and Brendan Canning first started laying down ambient instrumentals in a Toronto basement for their debut Broken Social Scene release Feel Good Lost – that eternal question still lingers: what exactly makes a Broken Social Scene album a Broken Social Scene album?  For some, it’s that omnipresent element of randomness and chaos but you can decide for yourself. Download “Halfway Home” any time between May 8th, and May 14th and learn more about Broken Social Scene at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter

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Free Download Of The Week: BNQT

Free Download Of The Week: BNQT

Comments Off on Free Download Of The Week: BNQT 24 April 2017

The concept of BNQT (pronounced “Banquet”) came to Eric Pulido of the band Midlake while touring for their 2013 release, ‘Antiphon.’ Gathering a number of contrasting yet complementary artists he’d befriended or shared the stage with, Pulido set out to establish a new creative environment untethered from other work – “Like a poor man’s version of the Traveling Wilburys!” he says.  Other band members include Midlake’s McKenzie Smith, Joey McClellan and Jesse Chandler, plus, Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses, Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand, Fran Healy of Travis, and Jason Lytle of Grandaddy. Download “Restart” off Volume 1 and learn more about BNQT at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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