Indiecater Volume Two

Posted on Friday, August 22nd, 2008 at 6:09 pm

Indiecater Volume Two
Price: 4.50 euro (Currency Converter)
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That difficult second album eh! Volume 2 comes a couple of months after the indiecater series was hatched and will hopefully go some way to proving again what amazing talent is bubbling just beneath the surface. This can be your starting point for discovering each of the 10 talented artists on this compilation. Buy their albums, go to their shows and wear their t-shirts.

Here is the track listing:

1) Montag – Going Places (Montreal)
2) Ned Collette – The Country With A Smile (Melbourne)
3) The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock – In Country Dark (Dublin)
4) Mumblin’ Deaf Ro – What’s To Be Done With El Salvador (Dublin)
5) AM Syndicate – To The Peasants Of The Emperor (Austin)
6) Eagle Seagull – I’m Sorry But I’m Beginning To Hate Your Face (Nebraska)
7) The Van Allen Belt – The Status Quo (A Line Dance) (Pittsburgh)
8) The Very Most – Good Fight Fighting (Boise)
9) Venice Is Sinking – Pulaski Heights (Athens, Georgia)
10) The Ruby Suns – There Are Birds (Auckland)

All this including some unique artwork for just €4.50! Here is some press this compilation has already received.

Listen To Indiecater Vol. 2 Before You Buy!

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Free Download: AM Syndicate – To The Peasants Of The Emperor

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3 Responses to “Indiecater Volume Two”

  1. Doug Mabry says:

    Unlike that “Now That’s What I Call Music” garbage that consistently infests the bestseller shelves at my local record shops, this is the sort of compilation album I would pick up in corporeal form.

    Good stuff, folks.

  2. Gardenhead says:

    so weird. Montag, the Canadian guy is going out with one of my old friends from Canada when I used to live there 9 years ago. Blogging this goodness up now.

  3. Mark says:

    Well done mp3hugger on another great comp album

    Mark