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Elou Elan – All That Turns (2011)

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mp3 320 kbps | 132 MB | UL

Will Johnson – Scorpion (2012)

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Will Johnson delivers his first solo album in 8 years with Scorpion. He’s been busy over the last few years, releasing albums and touring with his band Centro-matic, collaborating with touring with friends in several different bands; Monsters of Folk (with Jim James, M Ward, Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis) New Multitudes (with Jay Farrar, Jim James, Anders Parker), and Overseas (with David Bazan, Matt and Bubba Kadane).

FLAC | 206 MB | UL

Mark Lanegan Band – Play Blues Funeral, Mexico City, Plaza Condesa (2012)

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Tracks:

01. The Gravedigger’s Song
02. Bleeding Muddy Water
03. Gray Goes Black
04. St. Louis Elegy
05. Riot In My House
06. Ode To Sad Disco
07. Phantasmagoria Blues
08. Quiver Syndrome
09. Harborview Hospital
10. Leviathan
11. Deep Black Vanishing Train
12. Tiny Grain Of Truth

mp3 VBR~135 kbps | 101 MB | UL

Slackeye Slim – El Santo Grial: La Pistola Piadosa (2011)

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Imagine for a moment that instead of becoming a visionary film director, Sergio Leone had chosen to be a record producer. Imagine that all of the vast, meticulously detailed landscapes painted within the frames of his films were constrained to your mind’s eye as you heard only the sounds and the vision of a great […]

Rita Hosking – Burn (2011)

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This delightful self-released CD called Burn is bubbling over with good songs. Rita Hosking has a voice that is intense and melancholy, and yet compassionate. There are 11 songs in all and the quality remains consistently good throughout. Indian Giver is mournful and moving. How Many Fires is gritty and Ballad For The Gulf Of […]

77 Bombay Street – Oko Town (2012)

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With their second album, album “Oko Town”,folk-pop band 77 Bombay Street fly to a fantasy world from where, full of hope, they can look back on their native country: Earth. It’s at once an infectious folky journey and a giant adventure. mp3 320 kbps | 115 MB | UL