Free Track Fridays: The Week’s Best Free MP3 Downloads

Some require email sign-ups, some your first-born, but they’re all free and they’ve all got guitars in. Maybe you’ll find something you like…



Some require email sign-ups, some your first-born,
but
they’re all free and they’ve all got guitars in. Maybe
you’ll
find something you like…

If You Only Pick One…



Castrovalva – Tut Tut Tut U F**kin’ Donut (Right click to download)

This is what Free Track Fridays is all about: the chance to
experience new music that you might not come across normally and be reduced to
a blubbering mess by its awesome raw power. It’s like 10 years of your life
condensed into three minutes.





Get The Rest…





The Icarus Line – We Sick





LA’s
coolest post-hardcore outfit return with a scuzzy, darkly-funky number,
indulging in some awesome riffs and atmospheric fuzz and chorus-effects along
the way.



Retribution Gospel Choir – Hide It Away (Right click to download)

A powerful, ambitious, soaring indie anthem from this Low
side-project.



Renegades – Sentimental (Right click to download)

Feeder are back, but better than they were before.
Basically, their record label went under and they thought “Crap this. Let’s
temporarily rename ourselves and go on the rampage playing much better rock
songs than we used to.”





Avi Buffalo – What’s It In For? (Right click to download)



Cracking, psychedelic indie pop that’s catchier than herpes.
Like the Shins, but more eccentric. You know a song’s great when it contains
the lyrics, “You are tiny and your lips are like little pieces of bacon” Nice
Byrds-esque jangling guitars too…

The Moons - Torn Between Two

The Moons write classic pop songs with a 60s soul/psych edge. Paul Weller's a fan and they've got an album, 'Life On Earth' on the way.