‘The Christmas Gig’ free Christmas Album featuring Jenny O., Bishop Allen, Best Coast, Wavves

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Target, that’s right, we are posting something that involves my favorite store name pronounced with a french accent….Target. Bands that contributed Christmas original songs include Guster, Best Coast/Wavves, Jenny O., Bishop Allen!

Download the FREE Holiday Soundtrack HERE

Featured on the soundtrack is none other than LA’s own Jenny O., whose EP Home drops digitally tomorrow, November 30th via Manimal Records, with a physical release date coming soon. Jenny O. spent time studying classical strings and jazz theory before settling back into her rock and pop roots. Now based in LA, Jenny writes, records, and performs original material reminiscent of those classic influences.

On the EP, you can hear influences as varied as wide-eyed folk, jazz-fueled hip hop, and 60s and 70s pop. The lyrics are irresistibly frank and evocative, especially sung by her fresh, soaring voice.

Each of the songs on Target’s holiday soundtrack captures a holiday experience as told from the perspective of a contemporary artist. The collection is an eclectic mix of music that includes country, folk, hip-hop, Latin, and pop- from the soulful “Mrs. Claus Ain’t Got Nothin’ on Me” by Little Jackie to the comforting “Tiny Tree Christmas” by Guster to an unforgettable Latin song
“Super Mama” by The Pinker Tones.

The Christmas Gig Tracklist
1. “Tiny Tree Christmas” by Guster
2. “Toy Jackpot” by Blackalicious
3. “Snow Is Falling” by Darker My Love
4. “Perfect Gift” by Natalie Hemby
5. “10,000 Watts” by Crystal Antlers
6. “You’ll Never Find My Christmas” by Bishop Allen
7. “Get Down for the Holidays” by Jenny O.
8. “Mrs. Claus Ain’t Got Nothin’ On Me” by Little Jackie
9. “Electronic Santa” by Blazer Force
10. “Got Something for You” by Best Coast/Wavves
11. “It’s Christmas” by Coconut Records
12. “Party Hard” by Little Isidore
13. “Super Mama” by The Pinker Tones
14. “Un Regalo Para Mí” by Ceci Bastida

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    The circumference of the fire is not (absolutely) proportional to heat output. In other words: where there’s Bamberg…Siesta Key…and grand experiments conducted in honesty and love The Kingdom is Within You.

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