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A Six Pack of Free MP3s

2008-06-01 06:56
The Mochines
SA's answer to Velvet Revolver get voyeuristically sleazy on this throbbing heavy rock groupie grope. Off The Eagle Has Landed.
Listen: Stacy

Lindie Lila
Femme-folk seldom sounds as erotic as this mystically soulful ballad from belly-dancing singer songwriter babe, Lindie's Moon Dance CD.
Listen: Moon Dance

Up and coming PE gospel rapper shares another spirtually funky hip shaker off his debut solo CD, House Party Vol.1.
Listen: Uptown

Vince Lewis
Cape Town multi-instrumentalist proves adult contemporary doesn't have to be boring with this classy singer-songwriter tune off his major label debut, Savannah.
Listen: Memories of Home

Prolific Afrikaans heatrbreaker gives fans of Modern Talking a reason to party with this synth-pop koeksuster off his new CD, Ongevraagde 'Hello'.
Listen: Gee Voor Jy Groet

Ben Sharpa
Tune into this beat-bopping rap by Mzansi’s most accomplished lyricist inspired by acoustic-rock legend Neil Young’s classic “Hey, Hey, My, My (Into The Black)”.
Listen: Into the Black

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American indie-rock upstarts concoct this mystical acoustic psyche-pop implosion that maps the mssing links between the Flaming Lips and the Stones' Satanic Majesties Request.
Listen: Weekend Wars

In this week’s cocktail: an Afrikaans synth-pop koeksuster, a sleazy groupie rock grope, a slice of erotic femme folk, a dose of Mzansi rap magic & more.

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