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Free Music Tuesday


Apologies if this blog has been self-promotion central lately, but free is a very good price, right? (That's a Portland reference; see video below.) Anyway, RCRDLBL just posted a lovely review of my new EP, and the best thing is that you don't have to take their word for it; you can download "Milk & Honey" for free (at a respectable 192kbps, no less) directly from them. (Oh, the Internet and its crazy business models.) Go here to get the track.

If you're an eMusic subscriber, you can get the other two tracks almost for free here. DJ types and audiophiles can purchase 320s from Zero-Inch and, of course, Beatport. Or you could ignore all of this and focus your attentions on getting ready for Burnt Friedman and Jaki Liebezeit's Secret Rhythms 3, which I assure you is one of the finest albums you'll hear this year. I won't be offended; in fact I'll never even know.


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Just downloaded the EP last week from Beatport and I LOVE it. Excellent work.

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