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August 07, 2009

I Will Write Again

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Good afternoon.

After realising I spend a serious amount of time sitting and just listening to music instead of doing anything productive whilst listening to music. I’d thought I’d return to writing here by following my sojourn into the world of legitimate mp3 downloading…

Now, I’ve gone with the unavoidable eMusic for reasons completely selfish in that they gave me 50 free downloads.

So each month I will deign to post about my wonderful expanding collection of old/new/borrowed/blue tunes. It’s not the most comprehesive catalogue, missing out many major artists, but I’ve been surprised with it’s selection of lesser known bands… I’ll start with last month with some catching up to do… but as a preview here’s what to expect:

July: St. Vincent, Friendly Fires, Sunset Rubdown, The Veils, The Clientele, White Denim, The Bluetones

August: Meursault, The Wave Pictures, Department of Eagles, Roisin Murphy, Sky Larkin, Delorean

Let’s get cracking!

EDIT: I need a name for this feature… any ideas?

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