The Corner New Music Sampler Vol. 16

The Corner New Music Sampler Vol. 16

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Here is the track list for our New Music Sampler Vol. 16:

  1. Spoon – Do You
  2. Robert Plant – Rainbow
  3. Guster – Simple Machine
  4. Bad Suns – Salt
  5. Young Rebel Set – Tuned Transmission
  6. Phantogram – Black Out Days
  7. Shakey Graves – Dearly Departed (featuring Esmé Patterson)
  8. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – Cecilia and the Satellite
  9. Scars on 45 – Crazy For You
  10. Anthony D’Amato – Good And Ready
  11. Damien Rice – I Don’t Want To Change You
  12. Boy & Bear – Three Headed Woman
  13. Sunset Sons – She Wants
  14. St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Half The City
  15. The Gaslight Anthem – Get Hurt
  16. Nikki Lane – Right Time
  17. Gary Clark Jr. – Travis County (live)

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