20 May 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 to get you through the work week! Eat up and be sure to spread the love by supporting these artists!

JalikebbaGepelJordan O'Connor
Jalikebba and the Toubabs
Jalikebba Kuyateh performs on the kora at the Tanji Village Museum in his homeland of Gambia
[folk, Africa]
Argentinan jazz combo shares their fantastic Moducué CD, showcasing popular Latin themes within traditional cool jazz (website)
Jordan O'Connor
Canadian bassist and film score composer offers his improvisational solo bass album Lebreton online
[jazz, bass]
Dead Heart BloomHedgehogPlastique Noir
Dead Heart Bloom
two gorgeous CDs of "music with the eclectic eccentricity of Beck and the dramatics of David Bowie" and you'll hear Nick Drake there, too
[pop, acoustic, rock]
Brazilian electro artist, aka The Mechanical God, best known for his breakbeat work, shares lounge CD (blog, myspace)
[downtempo, jazz, lounge, Brazil]
Plastique Noir
fans of Bauhaus won't want to miss this goth Brazilian group on German netlabel afmusic (band's myspace)
[gothic, post-punk, rock, industrial]
Ryan HoyleJazzCorner.comThe Weird Weeds
Ryan Hoyle
the drummer for Collective Soul and many other artists shares works from his portfolio
[pop, rock]
offers fantastic podcasts featuring and interviewing jazz legends and up-and-comers
The Weird Weeds
This Is Not What You Want EP, "took all of 30 seconds... to fully blow my mind" - Portland Mercury
[experi, pop]
MikseriNichole and the DreamcatchersPr1me
Finland's answer to MP3.com, IUMA, Soundclick, etc.; pages translate with a click; cool, vast resource
Nichole and the Dreamcatchers
12-yr old Nichole and some adult friends offer up this bizarre and beautiful xmas CD
[kids, odd, varied]
shares his entire The Transformation: Perception Is Deception CD, preview tracks on myspace profile
[soul, hip hop, rap]

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