Metro Times, in conjunction with LimeWire, recently helped put together a compilation of some of the best indie music this city currently has to offer...and the best part is that all the downloads are free.
Ear To The Ground: Detroit just went live today. Click here to download free tracks from an assortment of D-town artists and bands, including Lightning Love, Deastro, the Hard Lessons, Rodriguez, Friendly Foes, Chapstik, Wildcatting, Alan Scheurman, Silverghost, Millions of Brazilians, Doop & The Inside Outlaws,Outrageous Cherry, the Pop Project, the Silent Years, Octopus and Monty Luke.
Enjoy! And don't say we've never given you nothin'...
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