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March 2009 (Acoustic Mix)

Salutations! With the days getting longer and the odd flower or two sprouting it won't be long before the whiff of burnt sausages and warm beer is upon us. Bring it on.

We've heard a fair bit about unearthing unsigned talent for synchs recently. Whilst we think this is great for music we'd like to offer this acorn of thought:

If you were to come to the wonderful people at Hear No Evil not only would you have access to music that no one has heard before, but (and this is the good bit) it will have gone through the strenuous rigors of A&R, thus confirming its merit.

We are the official partners of many top record labels. Between us we dig out the talent so you don't have to.

Artists and bands are nurtured by their labels for success & fame. By syncing in alignment with a track release date, press drive and live tour, you're going to get your message amplified via many unconventional channels.

To showcase what we mean, this month we've gone for two mixes; one acoustic and one electronic.

(To download the mix, right click the above link and select 'save as...')

  • 01 Coconut Tree Turner Cody

  • 02 iamundernodisguise School of Seven Bells

  • 03 Land Of The Big Skies Grantura

  • 04 Tiger Mountain Peasant Song Fleet Foxes

  • 05 2080 Yeasayer

  • 06 Heels On Fire Sargasso Trio

  • 07 With The Notes In My Ears Peter Broderick

  • 08 Tonkara Staff Benda Bilili

  • 09 Your Protector Fleet Foxes

Great labels

We work with both major labels and some of the UK's best independent record labels...

  • Domino Publishing

    Domino Publishing

  • DeadFish Records

    DeadFish RecordsMowgli and Solo's percussive house label

  • Budde Publishing

    Budde Publishing

  • 1965 Records

    1965 RecordsJames Endeacott's indie empire

  • Warp

    WarpClassic experimental electronica institute

  • Tru Thoughts

    Tru Thoughts

  • Tummy Touch

    Tummy TouchInternational quirky pop sounds

  • Planet Mu

    Planet Mu

  • DC Recordings

    DC RecordingsLive dance music at its best

  • Ninja Tune

    Ninja Tune

  • Peacefrog

    PeacefrogOnce techno, now folk & electroinca from London

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