New Music Sampler

New Music Sampler

‘CLZ is giving away free copies of our New Music Sampler. The CD features 17 tracks including songs from:

1. Amos Lee – The Man Who Wants You
2. Little Comets – Jennifer
3. Tame Impala – Elephant
4. Houndmouth – Penitentiary
5. Boy – Oh Boy
6. The Wild Feathers – The Ceiling
7. Haerts – Wings
8. Brett Dennen – Wild Child
9. Valerie June – You Can’t Be Told
10. The Mowgli’s – The Great Divide
11. Serena Ryder – What I Wouldn’t Do
12. The National – Graceless
13. Gary Clark Jr. – When My Train Pulls In
14. Saints Of Valory – Neon Eyes

We’ve got plenty for everyone.  Stop by the WCLZ Studio at 420 Western Ave, South Portland, ME 04106  M-F 8AM-5PM or send a self-addressed, padded envelope with five first-class stamps (not attached). We’ll mail you a copy along with any unused postage.

Proudly supported by Willow’s Pizza and Restaurant in South Portland, Capitol Records & Sony Music.

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