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Freeloader Friday: Flume, Tomahawk, Charles Bradley, Reuben Hollebon, Sally Shapiro, Yellow Ostrich, Cemeteries and Haunted Hearts

December 7, 2012 Freeloader Friday No Comments

FlumeLots of good stuff for you this Friday — as always, I’ve got your back. Plus, we need to stock you all up for the holidays, so no holding back!

Up this week we have a track stream from Flume‘s latest album; a music video premiere from rockers Tomahawk; a mind-blowing cover of Rodriguez’s classic “I’ll Slip Away” from Charles Bradley (Happy Anniversary Light In The Attic!) and a free download from the up-and-coming Folk artist Reuben Hollebon. We’ve got three more music video premieres from Sally Shapiro, Yellow Ostrich and Cemeteries, and to close up, check out a new track courtesy of Haunted Hearts, the duo formed by Dum Dum Girls‘ Dee Dee and her husband Brandon Welchez of Crocodiles.

Enough from me… Happy listening!

Flume: “Star Eyes” via Pitchfork
Flume out now on Future Classic

Tomahawk: “Stone Letter” music video premiere via Pitchfork
Oddfellows out January 29 on Ipecac Recordings

Charles Bradley: “I’ll Slip Away” (Rodriguez cover) via Aquarium Drunkard
Light In The Attic 10 Year Anniversary out now on Light In The Attic

Reuben Hollebon: “Breaking Plastic” stream and download via Spinner
Clutch out December 10 on Akira Records

Sally Shapiro: “What Can I Do” music video premiere via Stereogum
Somewhere Else out February 26 on Paper Bag Records

Yellow Ostrich: “Ghost” music video premiere via Stereogum
Ghost out now on Barsuk Records

Cemeteries: “Young Blood” music video premiere via Consequence of Sound
The Wilderness out now on Lefse Records

Haunted Hearts: “Something That Feels Bad is Something That Feels Good” via Pitchfork
“Something That Feels Bad Is Something That Feels Good” [Single] out February 5 on Zoo Music

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