01 April 2008

Tuesday's Dozen

Tuesday is a real good news day. Here you have a new set of 12 free and legal collections and CDs! Eat up and be sure to spread the love by supporting these artists! [This is the first Tuesday Dozen of 2008?! Goodness gracious the Oddio crew has been busy this year.]
LemonworldLemon Beats
Mabafu - Bahia Aleman
German producer's release features seven delish lounge songs with latin influences
[downbeat, jazz]
Lemonworld and Friends
music performed by visual and musical artist Jonathan Lemon
[pop, space age, fun]
Lemon Beats comp
French Zeste netlabel gathers some winners on this tasty sampler compilation
MoontribeJohn CarmichaelBillie the Vision
DJ collaborative showcases several mixes by each of their mixmasters and guests
[electro, dance, techno, trance, house, groove]
John Carmichael's Ceilidh Band
enjoy full tracks from each of this Scottish accordion champion's CDs
[[Scottish, folk]
Billie the Vision and the Dancers
share three complete pop albums bearing a Cake-like folk-pop flavor (myspace)
[Swedish, indie, pop, powerpop]
MoMATaylor SingletaryTransom.org
The Museum of Modern Art
NYC's MoMA offers 3 years of archived audio for special exhibits plus 6 ongoing audio programs about modern art
[spoken, radio]
Taylor Singletary - Do You Copy?
electro ambient soundtrack to the independent film made in 25 days, Do You Copy?
[electro, film music]
"an experiment in channeling new work and voices to public radio through the Internet, for discussing... and encouraging more"
[spoken, radio]
ZubenelgenubiCuatro Caminos
Max Krimmel - Zubenelgenubi
early solo guitar recordings (plus two others) by a visual artist whose varied works are in museums like the Smithsonian
[acoustic, guitar]
Cuatro Caminos
this "Mariachi- Dub- Outer- Space band" melds funk, soul and rock with a Latin twist and Zappa-esque moments
[rock, funk, dub, mariachi]
Sonic Youth
longtime leaders of the alt rock realm share a rotating selection of their works in their archives
[punk, noise, experi, no wave, alternative rock]

1 comment:

  1. Was stoked to see my album, Do You Copy? on here! Thanks for the listen and glad you liked it.

    Taylor Singletary,
    Reality Technician


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