Monday, July 26, 2010

A Jam-Packed MusicMonday

  • Bush has (finally!) reunited and plans to release a new album this October before going out on tour in 2011. Click here to listen to an interview with Gavin Rossdale by Philadelphia's Radio 104.5. He talks about reuniting the band and why solo albums seem "egotistical."
  • You may not know this if you don't live in the Philadelphia area, but former child star Danny Bonaduce is a morning DJ at one of our radio stations, 94 WYSP. Last week, in a reunion that Partridge Family groupies have been waiting for, Keith and Danny Partridge got back together when David Cassidy was on the show. Cassidy challenged Bonaduce to learn to play bass and perform a song during an upcoming local show. Remember, Bonaduce only pretended to play on the '70s TV show. Click here to hear the interview.

Pearl Jam's New Video

A new week -- and a new Pearl Jam video. This time for the song "Unthought Known" -- shot on a laptop in Berlin!

Free Downloads

This week's new offerings:

  • The folks behind Lilith Fair have put together a free iTunes sampler of your favorite female artists as a way to say thank you for all of the support. The playlist features songs by Lucy Schwartz, Ash Koley, The Weepies, Sarah McLachlan and more. Click here to redeem 10 free songs if you are in Canada. Click here to redeem the 15-song playlist if you are in the United States. The offers expire September 30.
  • Spin Magazine has 15 hot tracks for download here. The iTunes offer expires August 31.
  • SCI Fidelity Records has a brand new sampler of 14 tracks – over 70 minutes of music – from the String Cheese Incident, Umphrey’s McGee, Keller & the Keels, Lotus, EOTO, Emmitt-Nershi Band, 30db and many more! Click here for the free download.
  • L.A. rockers Los Lobos will return after four years on August 3 with a new album, Tin Can Trust. Compliments of Entertainment Weekly, you can download the track "Burn it Down" here.
  • Download the "U.N.I.T.Y." remix by Queen Latifah here -- compliments of Cover Girl.
  • Finally, have you been keeping up with Smashing Pumpkins' free music? They are now up to their fifth free release in their huge rollout -- "Freak;" click here to download it and the previously-released tracks.

Want more free downloads? Well, don't forget to continually check the following sources -- new songs covering all genres are added frequently. Just click on the links below and enjoy some new tunes.

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