13 May 2011

Friday Freebies

Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat
Every man and his dog seems to raving on about how amazing, Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat's new album 'Everthing's Getting Older' is, sadly I have yet to hear it, but their session for Vic on Monday night was really quite breath taking. If you follow this link then you might get a better inclination of what to expect as there's a free download of their song 'The Copper Top' up for grabs.

The Douglas Firs
If blogger hadn't let me down then I would have used this opportunity to let you know that the Douglas Firs were/are celebrating the launch of their new album ''Happy as a Windless Flag' tonight in Edinburgh. If you aren't there then you can console yourself by downloading their single 'The Shadow Line' for free from Soundcloud. Check back in on Monday for more on the bands album.

BMX Bandits
Last month the BMX Bandits were involved in organising a charity download album in support of the victims of the Japanese earthquake. If you didn't download yourself a copy, then sadly you were too late. They have however, made a live version of their song Little River of Spring, taken from the aforementioned album, available for free download on Bandcamp.

Some time Fence associate, Canythief has made her new single 'Song For David' available to download for free. Be quick mind you as it's only going to be up for a limited period.

Lost Telegrams
This freebies comes courtesy of my east coast blogger friend Stu from Tidal Wave Of Indifference, it's from a female Edinburgh outfit by the name of Lost Telegrams. Rather nifty it is too, the band are currently recording their new EP, which should be out shortly. Until then it's release you can content yourself with a free download of their song 'Away' on their Bandcamp.

Smashing Pumpkins
Ah Billy, why don't you just call it a day and stop destroying everything that was once good about the Smashing Pumpkins. If you are still clinging on to the (Siamese) dream that Mr Corgan will eventually be recreate song equal to past glories, then you might want to download new song 'Owata' for free on the bands homepage. Me I'll be avoiding this like the plague.

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