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Free MP3 Music Gems
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Legitimate free mp3s, no torrents or pirate sites.
Legitimate free mp3s, no torrents or pirate sites.

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Another sampler.  Four bands, 8 songs total, all free!

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A small sampler of four bands (8 songs total) and of course, it's free!

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If you like Amy Winehouse, KT Tunstall, Billie Holiday, or Basia, check out these five tracks that are a mix of blues, soul, jazz and pop.

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Boxelders are childhood friends Kevin Danaher and Dan Riess. The Crow/Dandelion e.p. is a collection of folk songs the two wrote while away at college and together on breaks. After the two graduated the six tracks were recorded in Kevin's basement and finished in July, 2011.

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Originally signed to the now-defunct but once mighty A&M records, her ‘04 debut Flutterby drew notable attention from David Bowie, Madonna, Ben Folds and Sarah McLachlan. But Boucher was caught up in the decade’s label maelstrom, and was unable to release her second album until 2009.  This multi-instrumentalist, writer, arranger, and producerfunneled her multiple creative outlets into crafting smart indie pop with an alt rock drive.

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Two acoustic tracks from Candlebox, including an acoustic version of "Far Behind".

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Rachael Yamagata has a whole album of tracks available for download (TEN!).  Psyched!

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Toad the Wet Sprocket is back!  Two new tracks and reinterpretations of "All I Want", "Fall Down" and "Crazy Life".  Get it while it's still here!!!

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Five free songs from Cincinnati's Over the Rhine.  Great stuff!

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LukHash has a new album and it's pretty sweet. "Falling Apart" is a fusion album with an interesting 8bit sounds, exploding with catchy beats, flowing melodies and some energetic guitars. LukHash uses original 1989′s hacked Nintendo Gameboy consoles, modded Commodore 64 systems, an electric guitar and many other things to generate the songs.
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