29.09.09 by Jeff

Kid Koala

Kid Koala has just put up The Slew: 100% for FREE. “6 turntables meets the ex-Wolfmother rhythm section”. I’ve been listening to this all day, download it and catch ’em on tour if you can!

kid koala the slew album download free

The Slew: 100% Tracklist:

1 ) 100%
2 ) IT’S ALL OVER
3 ) PROBLEM CHILD
4 ) YOU TURN ME COLD
5 ) WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACKS
6 ) ROBBING BANKS (DOIN’ TIME)
7 ) THE GRINDER
8 ) SHACKLED SOUL
9 ) SOUTHEAST SOLILOQUY
10 ) BATTLE OF HEAVEN & HELL

kid koala the slew album download free













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • bs

    Yes. It’s wicked.

  • I just saw him last Wednesday here in Vancouver. He busted those scratches out like no one else.

    Really great – and the tracks sounded so much better live.

    • i wish i had known they were here, i found out AFTER they came *single tear

  • Joel

    sweet! kid koala is awesome, can’t wait to give it a listen…

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  • DRUNK RELIGION

    puleeeento washooo.
    vente a chile maricon
    great work by the way!

  • They definitely shook Montreal too on Friday. What a treat!

  • muy buena info!!

  • emil

    Oh the shirt! The Pictures For Sad Children shirt!





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