Marty Willson-Piper might not be participating in the forthcoming album by the Church, but he’s got things to keep him in busy in the meantime. For one thing, his incessant record collected has culminated in the In Deep Music Archive. Here you’ll find Willson-Piper’s thoughts and reflections on the many, many recordings he’s acquired over the years, playlists of featured songs, and free stuff. Yes, he’s decided to give away ten of his albums for free from the website’s shop. There are a few things you have to legitimately pay for, like the new MOAT collaboration with Niko Röhlcke, some releases by Tiare Helberg and some guitar lessons over Skype. The remaining ten don’t have to be downloaded for free, though. You can leave Willson-Piper a donation if you like. Because, hey, all that vinyl can’t buy itself.
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