SLOSPEAK RELEASES FREE 2012 SUMMER SAMPLER

Slospeak Records just announced the release of its FREE Summer 2012 Sampler. The five songs feature tracks from SONS, Pioneer, Blood and Water, Owen Pye and Golden Youth. The free sampler is available exclusively via Noisetrade.com.

Users can opt to leave a tip on Noisetrade, or support the artists via Facebook and Twitter posts. In additin to this online promotion, Slospeak will offer other promos throughout the summer, starting at Agape Festival this weekend, where many of our artists will be performing. Follow @slospeak for continual summer updates and giveaways.

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ABOUT SLOSPEAK
Slospeak Records is an artist focused indie label based out of Nashville, TN. The innovative team uses creativity and years of industry experience to cultivate the talent of each signed artist. The Slospeak roster currently includes: SONS, Pioneer, Blood and Water and Owen Pye. For more information, logon to www.slospeak.com, facebook.com/slospeak and twitter.com/slospeak.

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