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Miles Davis - Right Off (1970) from the album, A Tribute to Jack Johnson.

This was a jam and recorded right off the cuff! John McLaughlin on guitar, Billy Cobham on drums, Michael Henderson on Fender bass and Steve Grossman on sax

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Elliott Smith - I'll Be Back

This cover was recorded during the Basement Sessions. Speaking of which, an entire album of outtakes and unfinished recordings has leaked. Find out more HERE B)

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Moscow Olympics - The Farthest City (Odintosovo mix)

Moscow Olympics is an indie band from the Philippines. Their ep, Cut the World, was one of my favorites last year. Some day the word is going to get out ...

Listen HERE

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Here We Go Magic - Fangela from their self-titled album that was just released.

Here We Go Magic is the moniker for Brooklyn singer-songwriter Luke Temple.

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Alela Diane - The Rifle (2007)

Alela Diane is an American folk singer and songwriter.

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Architecture In Helsinki - That Beep (RadioClit's Swedish Mix)

RcrdLbl was kind enough to alert me to this catchy tune via email this morning. It's the title track on the the Australian band's single, which is picking up a lot of heat in Europe."

Listen HERE

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Ladytron - Tomorrow (Vector Lovers Lucky Remix - 2009)

Ladytron are an electronic pop band originally formed in Liverpool, UK. This cut is from their latest ep, which will be available on March 3. You can check out this tune and their upcoming American and European tour dates over at @ DrawerB.

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Juan Maclean - Happy House from the album, Future House (2008)

Juan Maclean is an Amerian electronic musician. A new album is on the way ....

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Happy House - The Juan Maclean

Photo via Wikipedia Commons

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Randall Bramlett - God Was In The Water (Live on WNRN)

Randall Bramblett is a musician and singer-songwriter, who has worked with such notable performers as Robbie Robertson and Greg Allman.

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Cat Stevens - Was Dog A Donut?

QTip posted this at Twitter. The cut is from the 1977 album, Izitso. According to a poster at youtube, "it has been said that this could be the first ever electro track from way back in 1977. It even has the dog barks that became so synonymous with many electro tracks of the 80's. A classic and quite possibly seminal electro track."

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The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart - Stay Alive/Young Adult Friction (2009)

The Pains of Being Pure At Heart are an indie shoegaze band from New York City. This cut is from their self-titled album, which was just released by Slumberland Records.

Stay Alive

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Stay Alive - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Young Adult Friction

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Young Adult Friction - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

You can also read a full review of the album and sample the tunes @ Aquarium Drunkard

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Kay Pettigrew - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air (Acoustic - 2009)

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Jesse Rose - Touch My Horn

Jesse Rose is a progressive house dj from Berlin.

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Calexico - Two Silver Trees from the album, Carried to Dust (2008)

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Arbouretum - False Spring (2009)

Arbouretem are a psychedlic indie band out of Baltimore fronted by David Heumann.

Listen @ Stereogum or check out a full concert at AuralStates

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"Inside the pyramids of Light"...."10"..from their album "Spellbound" (1999)

TEN are a British hard rock band...leaning strongly towards epic and majestic atmospheres and influences..but also power.... inherited by the tradition of the British bands of the 70's such as Rainbow, Thin Lizzy and UFO....

Ten’s most recent appearance was in March this year at the Atarfe Vega Rock Festival in Spain where they appeared to great critical acclaim alongside WASP, Twisted Sister and Stryper.

Gary Hughes – Vocals, Backing Vocals, Programming

Chris Francis – Guitars, Bass

John Halliwell – Guitars

Paul Hodson – Keyboards, Programming

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"Dyna-Saur"...Boris from the album...."Heavy Rocks" (2002)....

Boris began their career as a hardcore punk band before quickly changing to a drone metal group.

However, since about 2000, Boris has become more often seen as an updated version of the blues-rock power trio, influenced heavily by late-'60s and '70s groups such as Motörhead, Blue Cheer, and Cream. Boris first made use of this sound on their album Heavy Rocks, which has since become a fan favorite.

This is good stuff ...vocals in Japanese but still sounds great...some excellent metal guitar from female guitarist/vocalist Wata.....the drummer and bass player are loud and heavy mate....very heavy....recommended to all metalheads...

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Adultnapper is a a techno/minimal electronic artist from Brooklyn.

Adultnapper - Oedipa E from Audiomatique Recordings

Bonus: You can download Juror #9, which appears as a Gaiser remix on Audiomatique 2.0 - get it HERE

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Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs - Zero (2009)

This is the latest single from the NYC band. You can listen to it at Dave Allen of the Gang of Four's music blog - @ Pamplemoose

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Zero - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

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Having some technical difficulties - can't play one song, so we will go for fifteen :lol:

Amadou & Mariam - Politic Amagni (La Politique, C'est Pas Bon)

This cut (#5) is from the African rockers 2005 album, Dimanche À Bamako. Sample the rest and enjoy.

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Amadou et Mariam

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Ry Cooder - Down In Hollywood from "Ry Cooder & The Moula Banda Rhythm Aces: Let's Have A Ball", a film by Les Blank taped at The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA on March 25'th 1987

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The Presets - If I Know You (2009)

The Presents are an Australian dance group that sound reminiscent of Depeche Mode. The video was shot in LA. This is the group's latest single.

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Nottee are a new indie band from Sweden. The following cuts were performed Live @ Popcirkus.

Nottee - Control

Nottee - Young Modern Life

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Team Facelift - The Best Stuff featuring Christian Rich (2009)

This is the latest single from the NYCs glam hip-hop band - they have a wry sense of humor. Check out "China Doll" while you are at it.

Listen HERE

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