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A Six Pack of Free MP3s

2008-03-20 16:12
Damn Right
Imagine John Lydon fronting Motley Crue and you’ve got some idea of what CT's "sex poodles" are up to with this sleaze punk sneer off their debut 5-track EP.
Listen: Electric Highway

Tykoon Suit
Booty raps and braggadocio rhymes are tossed into the funk jazz blender on this delirious dose of blue collar hip hop escapism off Smart Casual.
Listen: Office Girlz

New World Inside
Fokofpolisiekar’s Hunter ‘n van Coke star in this contagious skate punk-pop ode to all things Bellville. Ag shame, it’s so cute!
Listen: Rock City

Smooth vocal harmonies fuse with soulful doo wop tones and nostalgic southern gospel spirituals on this gorgeous song of praise and worship.
Listen: Every Time I Feel the Spirit

Kempton Park heroes give fans of Live, Prime Circle and Bob Seger a reason to rock with this awesome Afrikaans post grunge power ballad.
Listen: Iewers Is Anders

Pioneer Unit's latest 'kasi' hop star gives us a taste of what to expect from his debut solo CD, Bread and Butter with this dope vernacular rap.
Listen: Hamba Nam

Plus! This month’s killer classic MP3 bonus
Falling Mirror
Ever wondered why Johnny Called The Chemist? Tune into this rare acoustic psyche-rocker from FM's previously unreleased Hammerhead Hotel.
Listen: Forgive Me

This week: a lucky packet of sex poodle sleaze, blue collar hip hop, skate punk-pop, post grunge power ballads, 'kasi' rap, gorgeous gospel & a bonus killer classic.


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