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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