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Alex's Hand collection for download

Seattle band Alex's Hand is finalizing their new album, and they've apparently found themselves with more music recorded than will fit on a CD. Rather than releasing a double, sitting on it, or saving it for the next album, they've decided to give it away.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-04-15

Check out their Bandcamp page for the download of this great set of tunes. This band is starting to get noticed around the Northwest. They've been tapped for the Seaprog festival in June, and have been getting press for their live shows. We've already reviewed their first CD here at Exposé. This Cat Is a Genius is available on a "pay what you like" basis.

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