The Daily 5: Free MP3s for 4/27/11

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The Daily 5: a feature in which we provide at least five absolutely guilt-free MP3s every day. Check out today’s goods.

Blood Orange – “Dinner”
Blood Orange is Lightspeed Champion’s new Chris Taylor (of Grizzly Bear fame) produced side project. Check out the first single “Dinner” released this week on Taylor’s Terrible Records.

The Peoples Temple – Sons of Stone”
Psych-rockers The Peoples Temple just released their Sons of Stone LP last week and are now sharing the excellent title cut.

Com Truise – “Beta Eyes”
Another B-Side from Com Truise‘s forthcoming Fairlight single. On July 5th, Truise’s next full-length Galactic Melt will be release. Get ready for it.

Teebs – “Pretty Poly”
Prodigious Brainfeeder beatsmith, Teebs posted this new joint on his Tumblr page. For a presumably castoff track, this is quite good. Apparently, the track submerges traditional folk staple “Pretty Polly” in a sea of chilled, airy beats in a way that sounds as warm and organic as it does electronic.

SPIN’s Bamboozle Breakout Bands Mixtape
Head over to the SPIN Magazine website for a free 11-track download of Bamboozle 2011’s Breakout Bands.

Artwork by Topher Edwards.

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