Tree Wave Posts Free 'Virtual 45 RPM 10-Inch'

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Paul Slocum may be heading for New York, but he is leaving Dallas fans (and anyone with an Internet connection) with a parting gift: four free MP3s from his Tree Wave music project.

Go to Tree Wave's web site and you'll be redirected to an FTP where you can download four new tracks, "onewordb," "realaudio9," plentyc" and "time29." The four songs make up a "Virtual 45 RPM 10-Inch," except you don't have to bother with flipping the record. They're great tracks, with an even more pronounced My Bloody Valentine influence than usual--particularly on "realaudio9," which features what sounds like a live drum kit.

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