Download It: Big Scary Monsters offer up free sampler // Feat. Kevine Devine, Hymns, Dad Rock! and more
To celebrate their upcoming Autumn release schedule, the lovely people over at Big Scary Monsters are giving away a free label sampler.
The 6-track free download features tracks from the likes of Kevin Devine, Dad Rocks!, DZ Deathrays and BSM's latest signings, Algiers. Full tracklisting below.
Download It: Big Scary Monsters - Sampler
- 01. Algiers - Four Priests
- 02. Kevin Devine - Off-Screen
- 03. Hymns - A Punch To The Temple
- 04. Dad Rocks! - Weapons
- 05. DZ Deathrays - The Mess Up
- 06. Rosa Valle - Mathemagician
A 15 track CD sampler, featuring all of the above alongside the likes of Algernon Cadwallader, Bear vs Shark, Tangled Hair, Shoes And Socks Off, Talons, Shapes is also available for £1 with any other purchase from the BSM webstore
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