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Some Friday free stuff!
MNDR, Spark, Grouplove & Alice Gold are all on the menu!
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 28 Jan 2011
It’s Friday and with the weekend looming we really think we ought to sort you out with some free music.
First up is ‘Cut Me Out’ from MNDR, the New York City electro-stompers whose singer Amanda Warner recently graced Mark Ronson’s Record Collection album.
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