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David Gahan, Kevin Drew, Richard HawleyDepeche Mode frontman David Gahan, Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, and soulful British crooner Richard Hawley are the Download Music crew's picks this week on Crossfade TV.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:05 >> Peter Gavin: Welcome to Crossfade TV, I'm Peter Gavin. >> And these are our picks taken straight from out site, www.music.download.com. My pick this week is Broken Social Scene presents Kelvin Drew. >>And the song that's getting a lot of traffic is Tbtf. ^M00:00:18 [ Music ] ^M00:00:24 >> Peter Gavin: The acronym stands for Too Beautiful to F, which would make for a funny hip-hop song. >> But Drew's moody Indie rock style is much, more proper looking then it is humorous. >> The rest of the album is amazing all the way through with songs like the Lucky Ones. ^M00:00:37 [ Music ] ^M00:00:43 >> Kevin Drew lives up to the broken social scene name with his debut solo album, and keeps him and his Canadian buddies in the scene. >> We have a free download of Tbtf, so check it out on our site. >> Anngie Dehoyos: Hey everyone, I'm Anngie Dehoyos. And my pick for this week is one of my personal music heroes, known as Dave Gahan. >> And he's got a new album out called HourGlass. ^M00:01:02 [ Music ] ^M00:01:12 >> Anngie Dehoyos: The name Dave Gahan should sound familiar. >> He's the lead singer of the 80's iconic synth [assumed spelling] band, Depeche Mode. >> And his new single Kingdom is a powerful synth number to loose yourself in. ^M00:01:22 [ Music ] ^M00:01:27 >> We also have a heavily electrostatic [assumed spelling] remix of Kingdom by electro band Digitalism. >> It sounds like a bootleg of a pristinely dubbed Depeche Mode remix played in a too cool for school underground New York club. ^M00:01:38 [ Music ] ^M00:01:43 >> Anngie Dehoyos: So if I were you, I'd come back the week of October 23rd because we will be hosting the full album stream of Hourglass for a limited time. >> Just make sure you search for Dave Gahan on www.music.download.com. See you then. >> Hi. I'm Kurt from Download music. And my Crossfade TV pick this week is a new favorite of mine, Richard Hawley. >> He's got a brand new album out now called Lady's Bridge. ^M00:02:04 [ Music ] ^M00:02:11 >> Richard Hawley's been recording for years now, both on his own, and with his former band the Longpigs. >> I guess I'm a little slow on the draw, but I'm glad I caught onto the guy finally because he really shares a lot in common with other favorites of mine, like Jarvis Cocker, and especially Nick Lowe. Check out what I mean on this first single from Ladies Bridge. >> The song's called Tonight the Treats Are Ours. ^M00:02:31 [ Music ] ^M00:02:39 >> We've got a bunch of his songs on the site for free download. >> So if you're a fan of Nick Lowe, Charlie Rich, all with whom he toured for a while, by the way. Or any sort of moody songwriting that makes this country's pop and soul. >> It's a good bet you'll be as knocked out as I am by Richard Hawley. ^M00:02:54 [ Music ]