Another week goes by and another row emerges over the effects of free downloading on the music industry. However, now is not a time for politics (it's the weekend) so just sit back and enjoy these three, guilt-free (and cost free) 100% legal downloads.
All We Are
What do you get when a Brazilian-Irish-Norwegian alternative folk pop band write songs in a forest cabin and an abandoned school house before they record them in an ancient church? According to Stereogum, the end result is an "alluring EP" with a "catchy and glorious" lead track. You can see if you agree by downloading 'Cardhouse' - the first single to be lifted from AllWe Are's 'The Hunt'.
To coincide with the launch of their new website built in anticipation of upcoming album 'The North', Canadian pop-rock band Stars are offering a free download of new song 'The Theory Of Relativity'. The song is their new album's first single however no video has been released yet.
At the peak of Blink-182’s fame, Tom DeLonge had a lot of ideas kicking through his head. At a tour stop in Paris, sitting his hotel room, the singer came up with the concept of a character named Poet Anderson. Now, nearly 15 years later, he’s ready to incorporate that idea into a much larger and ambitious project with Angels & Airwaves than he’s ever attempted before.