New Music Of The Day: (5/20) (Part 2) Armageddon – Sending My Love, Bon Iver – Calgary, Danger Mouse And Daniele Lupi – Seasons Trees Featuring Norah Jones, Muhsinah – How Great, Nat Baldwin – Weights, Aischa Traidia – What’s Going On, & Sage Francis – Crumble Demo

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One more to play catch up for missing the entire week.Wish I had the patience to pop up a part 3 cause I still have some more ammo.I’ll try to get some new tunes up tomorrow to compensate.Enjoy!

I remember seeing the Terror Squad at the PR Parade in NY just before Pun died like it was yesterday.Glad to see one of its most lyrical members back at it.
Via: 2DopeBoyz
Armageddon recently released this new joint called Sending My Love which is a dedication to his Uncle and his fans and will be featured on the deluxe version of his The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth which was released as a FreEP earlier this year.
Armageddon – Sending My Love

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New Bon Iver.His first single off his self titled (Bon Iver) out 6/21
Bon Iver – Calgary

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Another great cut off Danger Mouse And Danielle Lupi recently released collaborative effort called Rome.This song features Norah Jones and is up their with the two previous songs they just released..I’m digging it.The whole album is very melodic if you haven’t hear it.
Danger Mouse And Daniele Lupi – Seasons Trees Featuring Norah Jones

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First single from Muhsinah’s upcoming Gone EP
Muhsinah – How Great

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New track from double bassist/singer-songwriter’s Nat Baldwin new album People Changes which drops May 24th on Western Vinyl.
Nat Baldwin – Weights

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Aischa Traidia – What’s Going On

Aischa Traidia, a singer and songwriter from Amsterdam, who we believe has something special to offer.
“What’s Going On” is produced by Sotu The Traveller. Listen, enjoy and share how you like!
Download: http://www.mpmsite.com/downloads/Aischa_What%27s_Going_On.mp3

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Sage Francis – Crumble” DEMO – includes bonus verse

This is the demo version of “Crumble” which was recorded for Sage Francis’ album “A Healthy Distrust” (2005,) beat by Sixtoo. If you’re familiar with the album version then you may be surprised to hear the drums as well as the second verse, both which were ultimately removed. For a full explanation of this song please check out Sage’s blog about it at http://tinyurl.com/CrumbleDemo

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