If you like what you hear, check out the artists’ websites and MySpace pages for more and help do your part to keep independent and alternative music alive and well; without all of us doing our part to support the music we like the most, it will be even harder than it is now for relatively unknown musicians and bands to keep doing what they do.
Mountain Goats from Life of the World to Come (2009)–
“Pass Out” – Chll Pll from Aggressively Humble (2009)
The Shaky Hands from Let It Die (2009)–
“1, 2, 3, Partyy!” – Mission of Burma from The Sound The Light The Speed (2009)
Land of Talk from Fun and Laughter (2009)–
The Very Most from Autumn (2009)–
“And Suddenly” – The School from Searching For The Now 6 (2009)
Jon & Roy from Another Noon (2009)–
T.H. White from The Private Spotlight (2009)–
“Dark Mean from Dark Mean EP (free) (2009)–
Sunset/Sunrise (2009)– The Dutchess & the Duke from
Mumblin’ Deaf Ro from Senor, My Friend (2009)–
Son Volt from American Central Dust (2009)–
Chris Hickey from Razzmatazz (2009)–
“Nothern Lights” – Bowerbirds from Upper Air (2009)
Tiny Vipers from Life on Earth (2009)–
Helado Negro from Awe Owe (2009)–
“John & Yoko (featuring Yelle)” – Kennedy from Life Is a Party (2009)
Marmoset from Tea Tornado (2009)–
“Caterpillar Playground” – Nurses from Apples Acre (2009)
The Love X Nowhere from High Score Blackout (2009)
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Writer and filmmaker Antonino D’Ambrosio tells the astonishing and dramatic story behind Johnny Cash’s virtually unknown folk protest record Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian.
Free download from Blind Man’s Colour member Kyle West’s musical project Chromatic Flights
The Pablove Foundation and Dreamworks Studios will hold an acoustic night of performances at LA’s The Avalon Nov. 21st with sets from Tom Morello (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club), Tom Gabel (Against Me!), Butch Walker and others to raise money for children with cancer.
Largehearted Boy has been compiling listings of the top songs and albums of the 2000s as determined by other blogs, websites and online press.
Sarah McLachlan’s Lilith Fair will return in 2010 and partner with the greento raise awareness of social issues.