Monday, May 06, 2019

SoundCloud Freebies from the Powerpopulist Archives

As promised (admittedly eons ago), here is the SoundCloud installment in our series of free and legally downloadable powerpop, indiepop, janglepop, etc., etc. songs from the Powerpopulist Archives. We checked just before posting, and all the songs below are shown to be downloadable. (Be advised that sometimes a song that is supposedly downloadable proves not to be so when click comes to shove.)

You can download in a couple of ways.
From the Widget Below
1. While a song is selected, either click the download arrow or
3. Click "View track" and then at the song's SoundCloud page, click "More" and choose "Download file."
4. BTW, not tryin' to toot our own particular horn, but unless you like songs to screech to a halt, this might be a good time to practice our little tip on using your Mouse Scroll Wheel.

From the playlist at SoundCloud
1. Hover over the song and click the 3 dots at the far right of the line.
2. Choose "Download file."

As peviously promised, we've still got a bootyload of old-fashioned word-linked mp3s rounded up and ready to post. Yeah, it might be an eon or two before we do it, but we're still a blogger whose intentions are good.

The three Bandcamp freebie posts can be found here, here, and here.

Note: Song #27, "When Worlds Collide" is by The Colors.

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Faves of the Faves - March/April 2019: The Decibels, Smile from Tokyo, More Kicks, An Horse, David Woodard, The Popravinas, R. Stevie Moore, The Well Wishers, The Figgs, The Bevis Frond, Lucille Furs, The Cosmic Raspberry Morning, The Good Water, The Smallgoods, Ride, Violet, Flying Fish Cove, L7, Rascalton, Gaspar Sanz, Disq, Th Da Freak, Ex Hex, More Kicks, Blue Jeans, ViVii, Dressy Bessy, Abbie Ozard

Behold and behear our very favorite powerpop, indiepop, janglepop, psychpop, and other hooky melodic pop songs discovered during the third and fourth months of 2019. Please keep in mind (or, like, totally ignore the fact) that some of these songs predate the current year, even going back as far as 2015 and 2016, for Pete's sake. We just didn't find them until the months indicated. Most, though, are recent releases. If you'd like to see the two monthly lists from which these are curated, click here and here. As always, we do hope you'll find some songs to like or love.

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