Music: 4AD year end features

A set of great and free tracks from British Indie Label 4AD.

Includes most of their artists from Atlas Sound to Stereolab. You can embed their player in your web site (see below) and also download the tracks.

More information:
4AD’s 2008 feature page
More 4AD tracks /(deerhunter)

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