MP3: Fense’s Radio Show: It’s An Indie Christmas

22.12.2012

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Fense’s Radio Show: It’s An Indie Christmas MP3

Each year I shun Christmas music like it’s the plague. It begins too early, is far too repetitive, and, quite frankly, is a bit boring. That is, until this year. It began with “The Week Between”, a new track off One Christmas at a Time, an LP that finds Jonathan Coulton and John Roderick (The Long Winters) collaborating for a full album of original Christmas music. My thoughts began to change.... Source: fensepost.com

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