The latest installment of Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. This week's featured free download comes from Jonathan Richard, who showcases wry lyricism in the vein of Brendan Kelly on understated acoustic EP Blunders, which is available on bandcamp.
The Honey Trees have released the song "Nightingale" off their upcoming full-length album, Bright Fire which was recorded by Jeremy Larson (Mute Math, Sleeping at Last, Sucre). Head to the replies to give the track a listen.
Donor (featuring members of Crucial Dudes, You Blew It!, Dikembe) have released a new song called "Pool Dad" on their Bandcamp. The band's new 7", Ache Through My Bones will be available for pre-order on February 17th.
This week's installment of Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. Free download of the week comes from superbly named one-man project donkeydonker, whose sombre EP From The Haunted is perfect for a dreary January day and brings to mind the more downbeat side of American Football et al.
Our Sunday Affairs have launched vinyl preorders of their new album Cave, which come with an instant digital download. While test presses have sold out, you can still grab your choice of glossy green or a smooth grey and white split while they're still available available.
Scroll down to see Free Music Friday. This week's featured free download comes in the form of warm, soulful single "Keep Your Head Up", which is taken from The Record's new EP A Verdict Wouldn't Matter and is available on Bandcamp.
Scroll down to see this week's Free Music Friday. This week's featured free download is from New Leverage. Their new EP Basement Ghosts carries the spite of early Brand New with the melodrama of Circa Survive and sounds like it could well have been plucked from the good bit of the early-'00s.
The songs on this album were written and recorded exclusively for Everyone is Gay's newest endevaor: The Parents Project. All proceeds go directly toward helping Everyone Is Gay build a first-of-its-kind digital resource for parents of LGBTQ kids.
Scroll down to see this week's Free Music Friday. This week's featured free download comes from South Wales quintet Hot Damn, whose double A-side single "Pocket Knife"'/"Hollow" is available at their webstore. Fans of Basement and Seahaven, this one's for you.
CEO is back this year with a new album titled Wonderland, which is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut White Magic. Head to the replies to listen to the title track and watch the video for the first single "Whorehouse" that came was released a while back; these tracks might just make this cold winter feel a tad warmer. Wonderland is out on February 4th via Modular.
Hear Music / Concord Music Group will be releasing a compilation of love song covers on February 4th that features Beck, Jim James, Fiona Apple, Vampire Weekend and more. You can stream Vampire Weekend's cover of Andrea Bocelli's "Time to Say Goodbye (Con te Partiṛ)" on Rolling Stone.
Grab My Mouth Is The Speaker's entire discography for pay-what-you-want (or free) on their BandCamp - if pop-punk mixed with Into It. Over It, Say Anything, and Minus The Bear sounds interesting, go grab this. We're premiering some new music from the band in the coming weeks.
Apart have collected their final material and released it as an EP titled A Bright and Clever Hell. It's available for purchase on bandcamp with proceeds going to Lasa Animal Sanctuary. It features a cover of Pedro the Lion's "Second Best."
+/- will be releasing their new album, Jumping the Tracks, on February 4th, 2014 via Teenbeat Records. The band's drummer, Chris Deaner, will be publishing multi-track drum recordings for each song from the album to Blend, in Logic Pro and Ableton Live project formats.
"As a band we are big believers in finding new tools and resources to pull from for our music. Hopefully this project with Blend will be a catalyst for songwriters. Or maybe people will just use the samples and beats to create something great. Either way, I’m excited to see what happens. On a personal level Blend resonates with my nerdy techy side. Lately I have been increasingly into exploring all the disruptive...