We’ve all been wanting a little more Justice ever since “Cross” blew up our speakers in 2007. Now we have a sneak peak on SoundCloud.
In a word, swank. If you’re into Mark Ronson, MoTown/Stax or Don Draper, be sure to snag this one for just $5 right now.
Free music from one of the best indie/folk duo’s around. Check it out if you’re into Iron and Wine, Damien Rice, The Swell Season and heartache.
Prog-rock meets raw emotion in an album that makes it ever so clear why Versant took their time polishing this release.
Four tracks of ear candy.
You know what’s up. Amazon has Arcade Fire’s brand new album on sale today for $3.99. Seriously, less than 4 bucks. Forgo your coffee today and snag some great music.
If you’re a fan of Kings of Leon, M83 and the like, be sure to give this a go.
Snag this free album from Sub Pop on Amazon, featuring artists like Wolf Parade, Beach House, and The Album Leaf. null Digital Bang: The 2010 Sub Pop Sampler
Street beats, synths, and sampling meet lush vox and swirling guitar.
A project of Danger Mouse and Shins’ frontman, James Mercer, the duo released their first album this past March.
Wax Pick: The Bird And The Bee – Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates
One little audio nugget, and you’ll be singing, “I CAN go for that!”
Pick up this great sophomore release from one of Brooklyn’s own.
A long string of events indirectly led me to one of my favorite albums of the past few seasons.
Get your psychedelic electro-rock fix with French duo, Air!
John Mayer is single-handedly reviving the stratocaster. Respect it.
The Followill Family Band saw greater success overseas than stateside in their own homeland, but Only By The Night gave the Nashville quartet the breakthrough success that they’d been hunting for. Grab it for $4 today only.
Volcano Choir is a great little side project with Justin Vernon (Bon Iver). You’ll hear his influence clear as day atop the pseudo math-rock, and always eclectic base of his counterparts.
Normally the freebies aren’t worth the hard drive space they take up, but these ones are legit.
Passion pit is a great, and somewhat quirky, electronic group from the east coast. The project actually started when singer Michael Angelakos decided to write a few songs to give his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day.
The Big Pink is an electro-rock duo from London that just put out their first full length album on 4AD records a few weeks back. I’ve been really digging it, sort of a hybrid of shoegaze rock with electronic undertones.
Amusement Parks on Fire is a UK band bringing back the shoegaze.
Check out the latest from New Orleans’ finest, a band only 5 or 6 years into their current project that has already garnered Grammy noms and completely defined a genre all their own.
Once again, Urban Outfitters has compiled a great mix of tracks for download on their site. This time, they’re funneling everything through iTunes, but the music selection is just as eclectic and fresh as ever.
Greg Kurstin’s production is brilliant, Inara’s vocals are spot on, and the future-retro music they’ve been cranking out for years is still unmatched by any other. And today, it’s only 99 cents!