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Your favorite music you've never heard

Your favorite music you've never heard
Keston Cobblers Club December 4th, 2013 by Julija english folk // pop Keston Cobblers Club delivers a joyous blend of traditional-feeling folk melodies, toe-tapping rhythms and a slightly quirky vibe. While comparisons to the early Noah and the Whale, Mumford & Sons and Beirut are inevitable, the British quintet’s take on English folk revival is unique and refreshing. The album opener, “The Children Who Wear Socks On Their Heads”, A Scene of Plenty (2013), leads with frenetic accordion and percussion is a high-energy foot-stomping musical extravaganza.

Don't Die Wondering. December 17, 2013 20 Favourite Tracks Of 2013 In alphabetical order: 07/12/09 Hard Vibes - Vocal Tranceitions ep. 013 (Euphoric S at Due to the overwhelming thank you emails we have received for episode 12, we've decided to release a second part of our euphoric story's edition. Enjoy... 07/12/2009 Hard Vibes - Vocal Tranceitions Episode 013 (320kbs Quality, 2 Hours Playtime @ 274MB) 1. 30 Fun Indie-Artist Covers of Pop Tunes Covering a song can be tricky, but covering an extremely well-known song is downright dangerous. Most pop songs are either deeply loved or grossly hated and attempts to cover either can fall flat. We’ve compiled a list of the greatest pop covers by some of our favorite indie artists (taking liberties with the words “pop” and “indie”).

Are record clubs the new book clubs? 18 January 2011Last updated at 10:49 By David Sillito BBC arts correspondent Music lovers gather for uninterrupted album appreciation at Colleen Murphy's club A growing number of music-lovers unhappy about the way album tracks are enjoyed in a pick-and-mix fashion have decided to take action. The rules are strict. No talking. No texting. Music For Kids Who Can't Read Good: Weird in a good way. Like go An Album and a Song is a series where I pick a favorite album and song from a year (working up from 1960) for your listening pleasure. One rule: The year’s album and song can not both come from the same artist. Strangely enough, the Abbey Road got mixed reviews on it’s initial release, but retrospectively it’s rightfully considered The Beatles' last and perhaps greatest masterpiece. The album contains some of the finest songwriting of the band's careers whether it was Lennon's “Come Together”, Harrison’s “Something" (his greatest Beatles contribution), or McCartney’s masterful Side 2 medley, which sees the most legendary band of all time going out in the most grand fashion possible.

Psytrance mp3 and wav downloads Welcome to Ektoplazm, the world's #1 source for free and legal psytrance, techno, and downtempo music in MP3, FLAC, and WAV format. We've served more than 15 million Creative Commons-licensed releases and 120 million tracks since 2007. Newcomers are strongly encouraged to read a beginner's guide to Ektoplazm! Free Music | Progressive, Techno, Techtrance | September 20, 2015 | Released by Horns & Hoofs Entertainment Records New Indie Music - Five Albums You Should Be Listening to Right Now, with Royal Bangs, Generationals, Surf City, Mazarin, Aztec Camera This week's curator: Mara Schwartz of Bug Music. By Mara Schwartz Every two weeks, titans of the mediasphere give Nerve their music recommendations. This week: Mara Schwartz of Bug Music. My life features a soundtrack of near-continual music, whether I'm deciding which of our company's artists to suggest for an upcoming film, checking out new songwriters we're considering signing, or just listening for pleasure. Here are five that stood out from the unruly pack and made me want to listen again and again.

10 Specialist Blogs Music Nerds Need to Bookmark With the arrival of Spotify in the US, there’s been plenty of commentary over the past couple of months about online music consumption, with endless profiles of competing services, all focused on working out which one is going to rule the online musical roost. This is all very well, but the subject has been done to death, and anyway, none of these pieces seem to focus on our favorite way to find new tunes: specialist music blogs. The oldest MP3 blogs have been around for nearly a decade now, and this means that some of them have had time to accumulate some pretty remarkable libraries of sounds. Visiting these is like going to some crazy eclectic record shop full of esoteric stuff you’ve never heard of, and spending all day on the record player there.

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