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March 21, 2008

"52 Weeks"

Please to enjoy this wonderful new netlabel compilation entitled 52 Weeks, four albums covering each of the four seasons, tied together thusly:

basically we had a new artist make a song every seven days that transitioned from the previous week, as well they titled their creations after current news headlines. 52 tracks in all, broken up into the four seasons... winter started it off quite varied, spring got more acoustic and showed off some real instruments, summer was breakcore madness and fall once again was all over the map.

among the contributers were... Jason Forrest, Daedelus, Ricky of Food For Animals, Gangpol & Mit, Montag, The Winks, Duran Duran Duran, Mochipet, Wisp, Populous, Nathan Michel, Rafter and The Real Tuesday Weld. some real gems throughout. and best of all, it's free, as the peppermill is a totally non-profit label and all our releases are freely downloadable.

The collection's quality is uniformly excellent, across the more well-known artists and the less distinguished artists alike; and each season definitely hangs together on its own, while still contributing to the overall theme. Absolutely worth snagging and enjoying in its entirety; the sample tracks I'm posting here are great snapshots, but it's an immersive listen front to back.

Säwe feat. B-Mor7 - Low-Key Superstar
Gangpol und Mit - Third Armrest Betrays Alien Origin Of New Military Plane
Liger - Oh, Chicken Feathers!
Binärpilot - (From Up Here) She Looks Like An Angel Now
Mochipet - Cleaning San Fran Oil Spill With Hair Mats And Mushrooms
Populous feat. Penny - Early Humans May Have Used Makeup, Seafood
Orangebox - From Minus 19 To Zero In One Night
Rafter - Long Ago, A Rodent As Big As A Bull Lurked In South America

Posted by Scotto at March 21, 2008 08:00 AM

Comments

Hi,
I am making short films, not for profit. is this music released through creative commons of some kind? Can i use it in a short movie if I attribute the music and show the source? links to original place uploaded is cool.
cheers,
Paul from Montreal

Posted by: Paul Gillett at January 12, 2010 11:34 PM