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Pitchfork has been offering MP3s since the fall of 2001. It recently has expanded to offer daily downloads.


Current samplings include:

MP3: Burd Early: "Fertilizer"

MP3: Challenger: "Input the Output"

MP3: The Kite-Eating Tree: "Sighs of the Curator"

MP3: The Kite-Eating Tree: "Lucifer Employed"

MP3: Moonbabies: "Fieldtrip USA"

MP3: Baby Dayliner: "Raid!"

MP3: Desert Fathers: "Peace in That"

MP3: Desert Fathers: "Practical Joke"

MP3: Desert Fathers: "Life After Life"

MP3: dios: "Starting 5"

MP3: Simon Joyner: "Happy Woman"

MP3: Kingdom Flying Club: "Electromagnetic Daze"

MP3: Okkervil River: "The War Criminal Rises & Speaks"

MP3: Oneida: "Wild Horses"

MP3: Sufjan Stevens: "Sister"

MP3: Trebuchet: "Arm's Length"

MP3: Greg Davis: "Brocade"

MP3: Decahedron: "Deletefalseculture"

MP3: Evening: "Vivixc"

MP3: ill lit: "Freeway"

MP3: Reclinerland: "My New York"

MP3: The Spirit That Guides Us: "Real Life Motion Picture"

MP3: The Washdown: "Kansas City"

MP3: Charlemagne: "August Evenings"

MP3: E.B.I.: "Tender Snap Compartment"

MP3: The Elected: "Go On"

MP3: Shearwater: "Whipping Boy"

MP3: Summer Hymns: "What They Really Do" MP3: The Doxies: "Callin' the Kettle"

MP3: Kingdom Flying Club: "My Astrologer"

MP3: Billy Schuh and The Foundry: ">Dancing Lights/Slow Machines"

MP3: Evergreen: "Plastic Bag"

MP3: Herman Jolly: "Windless"

MP3: Metal Urbain: "Panik"

MP3: Myracle Brah: "This Is Where We Belong"

MP3: Nightfist: "Chapter III: The Herman Spectre Legacy"

MP3: Statistics: "Reminisce"

MP3: E.B.I.: "Chance to be Hollow"

MP3: Poster Children: "Western Springs"

MP3: Recovery Council: "Advent 619"

MP3: Speaking Canaries: "Menopause Diaries"

MP3: Tangiers: "Anxiety"


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