Yesterday brought you the free summer sampler from Century Media Records. Chock full of heavy tunes meant to tide you through the summer months, it’s a great way to listen to a bunch of new artists without having to shell out your hard earned dollars.
But what if you want something that isn’t as intense or heavy? What if you want to ease back and just mellow out a bit? Well, Stripmall Architecture is here for you! Featuring Rebecca Coseboom, the singer of DarkDriveClinic (review), this six-track EP is full of dark pop-synth tracks, including a cover of “Rockin’ Back Inside My Heart”, which comes from Twin Peaks and was written by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti.
The EP can be downloaded here at a “Set Your Own Price” cost. If you think it’s worth some money, by all means throw them a bone! Otherwise, make sure to spread the word so that they at least get the exposure.
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