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This is for the modern flower child. The one who believes in peace, love, music... and all things that perpetuate the 60s ideology. The nostalgia for the past is there, but there is a modern appreciation for building on our forefathers' original ideas. Yes, we all wish we could have been at Woodstock; to experience Jerry and Jimi live, while dressed in fringe and rags, shoe-less, with the waft of skunk in the air... but let's be real: We have about 10,000 festivals new and old, across the world, being created every day. Music's diversity and innovation mixed with rave culture has hit the highest note yet, and the only thing you'll see dropping is some heavy beats. Join us neo-hippies of the millennium because we're here to stay. We have a garden of knowledge, but if you're looking for something specific check out our seed varieties below:

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Today John Mayer released Born and Raised, his fifth studio album.  Mayer once again takes to a new direction in his music stylings - this time with a focus on folk and Americana.  You can hear heavy influences from Bob DylanNeil YoungDavid Crosby, and Graham Nash. Some people are calling this his best album yet.  Here Billboard breaks out each of the songs on his new track in detail.

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You all should know by now that I absolutely LOVE Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, so any new about them is BIG news.  My good friend at TheMusicIsh.com posted this today and I had to share it:

It’s been quite some time since we last heard anything new out of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros. I’ve been waiting for this day to come for a long time. The first single from their upcoming album, Here, just got released, and it’s entitled ‘Man On Fire.’ It starts off a bit slow, but culminates into a joyous celebration of folk music. It’s a catchy singalong that reminds us all why we fell in love with Alex, Jade and the rest of the crew.  Here is set to release May 29th, and if you thought you were excited before, give this track a listen and get back to me. The 29th couldn’t come any sooner.

You all should know by now that I absolutely LOVE Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, so any new about them is BIG news.  My good friend at TheMusicIsh.com posted this today and I had to share it:

It’s been quite some time since we last heard anything new out of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros. I’ve been waiting for this day to come for a long time. The first single from their upcoming album, Here, just got released, and it’s entitled ‘Man On Fire.’ It starts off a bit slow, but culminates into a joyous celebration of folk music. It’s a catchy singalong that reminds us all why we fell in love with Alex, Jade and the rest of the crew.  Here is set to release May 29th, and if you thought you were excited before, give this track a listen and get back to me. The 29th couldn’t come any sooner.

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