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Kinch Offers Free Album Download, $10 CD Version, $100 Song in Your Honor

Kinch has always been an ambitious band. Still, I was almost taken aback by the Phoenix piano-pop outfit's latest project, a remix/b-sides collection called Ziptape.

Not only is the music awesome -- a live acoustic version of the rare track "Oh Boy" (one of my favorite songs the band has done) is a true treat, as is a b-side called "Taxi" and a remix of "Tie Me Lightly" by Daggrr -- it's available for free download here.

And not only is a free version available, they're pressing a limited run of CDs available for $10. Oh, and there's a $25 deal that pairs the CD with a T-shirt designed by local merch master Sam Means.

And for $100, they'll write a song about you. That deal is limited to the first 10, which would make for a pretty good Ziptape: Volume Two if you ask me.

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Martin Cizmar
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