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Free MP3: Broken Anchor, “Never Leave Me Alone”

Sep 19, 2012 12:49 PM by Peter Grumbine
Free MP3: Broken Anchor, “Never Leave Me Alone”

The best things in life aren’t over planned; they’re not scheduled and there is no agenda. They’re not even last minute decisions. They’re things that just happen or shoot off organically from other events as you walk through the open doors. That, more or less, in an overly sweeping statement, is the origin of Broken Anchor.

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Free MP3: Annie Automatic, “Time Lapse (JAWS Remix)”

Aug 28, 2012 1:57 PM by Staff
Free MP3: Annie Automatic, “Time Lapse (JAWS Remix)”

Odds are, you’ve had Annie Automatic’s song “Time Lapse” stuck in your head for the better part of the last month and not known how, why, or what song it is. Fortunately, we’ve got some answers and a free download for you.

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Free MP3: Wake Up Lucid, “Feel It”

Aug 15, 2012 3:24 PM by Peter Grumbine
Free MP3: Wake Up Lucid, “Feel It”

It would be really easy to compare Wake Up Lucid’s sound to early Black Keys or even Dead Confederate, but after spending some time with their songs, you get the feeling they don’t really give a sh*t about being compared to anybody. Others may be inclined to call it blues-influenced rock and roll, but that’s just redundant.

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Free MP3: I See Hawks in L.A., “The Spirit of Death”

Jul 20, 2012 4:20 PM by Michael Verity
Free MP3: I See Hawks in L.A., “The Spirit of Death”

One of the best country rock bands to come out of L.A. since the Flying Burrito Brothers, I See Hawks In L.A. have a new album coming out in March called A New Kind Of Lonely. Our Free MP3 of the Day, “Spirit of Death,” is one of the prettiest country rock songs you’ll hear this year.

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MP3.com Exclusive: I See Hawks In L.A., “Spirit Of Death”

Jul 20, 2012 6:00 AM by Michael Verity
MP3.com Exclusive: I See Hawks In L.A., “Spirit Of Death”

One of the best country rock bands to come out of L.A. since the Flying Burrito Brothers, I See Hawks In L.A. have a new album coming out in March called A New Kind Of Lonely. Our Free MP3 of the Day, “Spirit of Death,” is one of the prettiest country rock songs you’ll hear this year.

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Nite Jewel, “One Second of Love”

May 16, 2012 12:56 PM by Will Durkin
Nite Jewel, “One Second of Love”

Nite Jewel is Los Angeles based musician and multimedia artist Ramona Gonzalez. Over the past few years her darkly seductive synth pop has turned a lot of heads, allowing her to transition her musical vision from a lo-fi bedroom project to a full on studio project. Her new album One Second of Love is a gorgeous realization of the potential evidenced on her early releases.

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The Endangered, “Calling On You”

May 14, 2012 1:35 PM by Will Durkin
The Endangered, “Calling On You”

Los Angeles based soul group The Endangered chose their name because they believe their classic style of music is under the threat of extinction. It is their mission to ensure that that does not happen.

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Mickey Avalon, “More Junk”

May 9, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Mickey Avalon, “More Junk”

Mickey Avalon has been through some tough times and has turned his story into oddly captivating rap songs that suck you into his perverse, sexually and drug addled world.

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Duniven, “Passage to Nowhere”

Apr 20, 2012 3:26 PM by Will Durkin
Duniven, “Passage to Nowhere”

LA rock n’ roll troubadour Patrick Duniven and his band (who collectively are known as Duniven) plays the kind of rich, Americana style music that is reminiscent of many great American rock heroes. Listening to a track like “Passage to Nowhere,” it’s easy to hear traces of Dylan, Petty and Springsteen. Duniven skillfully avoids repetitive terriotory though, instead continuing the tradition with his own take on the genre.

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Label of the Week – Narnack Records

Apr 18, 2012 5:58 PM by Lewis Varrilly
Label of the Week – Narnack Records

Narnack Records has become a home for a diversified group of musicians and artists since its beginning in New York City, 2002. Founded by Shahin Ewalt, The label grew organically out of Brooklyn’s underground music scene. It rapidly garnered a reputation for its ability to get new acts on track with artists like Coachwhips, Iran, Langhorne SlimThee Oh Sees and Restavrant, and is also known for its work with established bands, such as the legendary Lee “Scratch” Perry, The Fall, Guitar Wolf, and The Slits.

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