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…courtesy of “SPIN” magazine!

The tribute album covers every song from Nirvana’s “Nevermind” (which turns twenty this year) and includes performances from The Vaselines (“Lithium”), Meat Puppets (“Smells Like Teen Spirit”), Amanda Palmer (“Polly”), and Jessica Lea Mayfield (“Lounge Act”), among others.

Download the entire album for free by liking “SPIN” on Facebook here.

Who likes all our pretty songs,


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STS’ upcoming album, The Illustrious, will be released in July 2012 with production by The Alchemist, Big Krit, Will Power and Groove Chambers.

Me likey free,


…and yes, you read that correctly.

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Get to it,


…called “Toy Jackpot” (as well as a bunch of other festive songs from Bishop Allen, Crystal Antlers, and The Pinker Tones, among others) right here.

And yes, all of this music is courtesy of Target.

Decorating the tree today,


…put out a great EP a few months ago called “Songs for a Break Up: Volume 1” and I loved every ounce of it. Here’s the proof.

Today they announced that you can download the entire album for free (including a handful of bonus tracks). Talk about a season of giving!

Hop on over to their site here and download your copy today.

Free music I’d happily pay for,


Chromeo's "Night By Night"

P-Thugg and Dave 1 (also known as the synth-funk duo Chromeo) released the new single “Night By Night” today thanks to the kind folks at Green Label Sound.

Click here to download your own copy of this roller-disco jam!

Free music is the best music,


…check out this press release I just got about Beck:

Beck & Friends Form Music Club To Re-Record Entire Albums In One-Day Sessions and Post a Track a Week will be undergoing an extensive overhaul in the next month. It will feature several new sections, including Record Club, a regular meeting of various musicians to record an entire album in one day.  Due to the time constraints involved in recording a record in a day, an album will be chosen to be covered and used as a framework for the proceedings. Nothing will be rehearsed or arranged ahead of time. A track from these sessions will be uploaded once a week on, as well as through the web sites of those involved in the project.

Record Club will be an ongoing experiment visitors to the site will be able to follow from week to week.

The first album attempted–one of the few everyone could agree on–will be The Velvet Underground & Nico.

Musicians involved in upcoming Record Clubs include Devendra Banhart, MGMT, Jamie Lidell and Nigel Godrich.

Holy balls. This could be very cool.



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