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A Free Six Pack of MP3s

2009-02-05 16:47
 
From smoking new acid jazz and indie-disco addiction to classic Afrikaans blues rock, contagious electro-pop, leftfield hip-hop & more. Download these tracks for free.
A Free MP3 Six Pack
 

Rus Nerwich
It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that spiritual swing is the message on this outta sight acid jazzy rapped joint off the Mother City sax man's smoking new CD, Under the Poetree.
Listen:Thank You for the Music

Piet Botha
The original mystic boer shares this blues rock ballad about getting lost on the road less travelled. Off his classic indie 'comeback' album, Die Mamba.
Listen: Bosveldpad


Real Estate Agents
Max Normal's leftfield hip-hop hit gets a crazy makeover courtesy of the Mother City's favourite electronic beat surgeons, Marcus and Sibot. Off the hipster soundtrack to the even hipper Cape Town futuristic novel, 'Moxyland'.
Listen: Super Evil (Pizzas Mix)


Natalia
Rising Cape Town folk-pop femme shares this Barleycorn Songwriting competition winning single off her new album, 'Rules Of The Road'. It's a pretty little ditty that packs one potent co-dependent punch.
Listen: The Cigarette Song


New York Robbers
Somerset West siblings, Lehza and Hein like to make feel-good "indie with a twist". Well, that's how they describe this first single off the debut EP, '8-Bit Heroes'. Think The Ting Tings, Fire Through the Window, The White Stripes, Japan and I, The Killers, merry-go-rounds and hula-hoops.
Listen: Dream Girl

Craig Kallis
Rising Mother City pop soul star gives fans of Jamiroquai and RJ Benjamin a reason to party with this funky love song.
Listen: Feels So Good


Demonstraight
Broken House Music maverick serves up some seriously contagious electro-pop on this devilishly tongue-in-cheek take on the club scene.
Listen:Don’t Stop


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