Dave’s Lounge #260

Dave's Lounge Music Podcast #260This week, as I'm packing up for a much-needed weekend getaway, we're welcoming back our old friends at Sine Music, who will be releasing Cosmic Chill Lounge Volume 6 this weekend. If you enjoy that laid-back sound, you'll find quite a lot to like on that compilation. Play it wherever you like to lounge.

Playlist for Dave's Lounge #260:

  1. Merge Of Equals (feat. Virag), "Home"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  2. Villablue (feat. Juanita Grande), "If I Could Tell You"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  3. Fanesha Fabre and Chikara Aoshima, "Sin"  Stream on: Soundcloud
  4. Igor Zaharov and Sober System, "Malachi"  Buy from: iTunes
  5. Bonobo (feat. Szjerdene), "Towers"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  6. Celeste Lear, "Beautiful Complications"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  7. MinusBlue, "Don't Give Your Love Away (Klangstein Mix)"  Buy from: Beatport
  8. Leaving Richmond, "These Photographs Prove We Were Happy"  Stream on: Soundcloud
  9. Sambox, "Love Complicated"  Buy from: iTunes
  10. Blue In Green, "Mad Breeze"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  11. Salt Of The Sound, "Listen"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic
  12. SoulAvenue, "Stuck In A Dream"  Buy from: iTunes | eMusic

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Enjoy the show!

Dave's Lounge #260


Dave’s Lounge #260 — 8 Comments

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  2. Why are you promoting eMusic if you think music should not be controlled? You are just picking new associations to control it… I love though the music you are playing, but your message is not clear.

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  4. Owen: The idea behind an open music industry is to support artists and labels who want to share and promote their music rather than control it and sue people for spreading the word about it. eMusic is a retailer, not a major label or distributor. Anyone can sell their music through eMusic the same way that they can sell it through iTunes, Bandcamp, Beatport, and other sites. So I don’t view eMusic as a company trying to tighten control over music.

    Plus, for all of eMusic’s issues over the years, I still use them and find them to be a very good deal.