Geeky Musicians Unite For The Humble Indie Music Bundle

We've had humble indie game bundles, and humble indie game soundtrack bundles… so I guess it only makes sense that we'd get a Humble Indie Music bundle by people who people who like games might like.

That was a mouthful. Anyway! Now, you can pay what you want for six albums by OK Go, They Might Be Giants, Christopher Tin, Hitoshi Sakimoto and Jonathan Coulton, and MC Frontalot. Only one of those (Sakimoto's Best of the Valkyria Chronicles) is a game soundtrack, but the Humble Bundle folks are betting that enough people have crossover with these artists that they'll want to take the plunge. You can also choose how much of your purchase goes to the musicians and how much goes to either of two charities. Nice.

Okay, let's listen to They Might Be Giants doing "Exquisite Dead Guy." Because I love that song:

Weird, great song.

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    Christopher Tin's Calling All the Dawns is worth three times the average price, alone. Truly a musical masterpiece I highly recommend. It's like an optimistic Ralph Vaughan Williams of world music. I recommend sticking on some headphones immediately and listening to every single track in order- it's beautiful stuff.

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