Welcome back to another episode of Lost & Found, where every week we get lost on the internet to find the freshest new independent music on the web for you. (right-click on the link below to download, or stream by clicking the play button).

Lost & Found, Feb. 5, 2010

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1)      the self-help tapes – intro

A sound-collage project.

2)      Quillion – Take a Bow

Is Quillion an imaginary number that only Bill Gates can comprehend?  Perhaps Quillion is a science-fiction term reminiscent of swords, wizards, and dragons…   The band Quillion would prefer you think of it as comfort food for the ears, seasoned with a melancholy dose of Tobasco.

3)      GritchDistance (Radio Edit) (Free Download)

On April 28, 2009, the band issued its 2nd release entitled “Sunday Morning Train EP”. The EP features 4 new songs and 4 tracks with new takes on songs found on the band’s 2008 LP “the world was asleep…”

4)      The Help Desk – My Favorite Wrapper

The Help Desk infuses the pulp of pop with the essence of soul, rock, blues, and jazz in a tornado of hooks and blitzkrieg of harmonies, reclaiming pop from the basement of guilty pleasure. With the rhythmic sense of the dustiest Motown record; gritty guitars that cut solos like Ginsu; plush harmonies that tuck you in at night; and lead vocals richly reminding the listener how good a marriage of melody and meaning can be. This isn’t just pop music…its diversapop!

5)      Garrett Suggs – The Game

6)      Tiny Letters – You Did It, Man (Free Download)

7)      Tequila MockingbirdActual Size

A Denver based band, from their new album “Luck and Trouble” coming out on Feb. 12.

8)      Eric Shiveley – Dodge City Blues

From his 2008 documentary “Everyone But You”


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