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Miss Emily Brown – Septuagesima

Septuagesima is the maiden song on her new release, In Technicolor. The album is based on her grandmother Leanora’s journal from WWII. She was a stenographer with the Canadian Women’s Army Corps and started the journal in January 1945 in order to keep track of correspondence with her newly wed husband, Eddie. Septuagesima refers to one of her entries, referencing her living quarters in barracks with 90 other women and her dream of returning to Canada in the spring.

Jaron EldonLetter to Myself? (Three Visions of One Man) (Free Download)

Sabrina – Right Way

Sabrina is a singer-songwriter from Honolulu, Hawaii. Her father was a mariachi singer from Mexico, and her mother was a hula dancer from Hawaii. She began playing the piano at age five, followed by the violin at age seven. After over a decade of playing classical music, she picked up the guitar while attending college at the University of Southern California. Since then self-released her debut solo EP “The Anomaly” in March 2009. In October 2009 she launched a 60 day funding project on Kickstarter.com called “The LP Project: Help Sabrina Make an Album.” The goal: to raise $5,000 to help fund the recording of a full length album. She managed to raise over $5K and is set to record her debut LP in April 2010.

VulpixicSongbirds (Free Download)

pow wow!Found (Free Download)

SoundRabbitDiminished Returns (Free Download)

a song about history repeating itself. google “august 13, 1979″ and note the articles about the stock market crashing, the auto company ceo’s asking for bailouts, Jimmy Carter’s meeting with factory farmers and grocers to discuss inflating food prices, the oil drilling in colorado… and you’ll understand the lyrical content of this song.

Lovers Turn to Monsters – Fall

The Cat from HueAs My Friend Would Say…

Jejune Tune – Super Hero (Free Download)

 

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