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Grammy-free music, for now

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Will longtime genius-slash-recluse Sly Stone show up to perform as scheduled at the Grammys? We're dying to know. So we'll be watching later today. But in the meantime, music continues to percolate across the net. Here are some indie-ish downloads to tide us all over until this evening.

Local music blog You Set the Scene recommends new releases by Belle & Sebastian, The Ladies and Kelley Stoltz.

Catfish Haven is the download du jour of Salon.com's audiofile.

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Said the Gramophone features the Lylas and Roscoe Holcombe today.

Largeheated Boy's daily download links includes tracks from upcoming releases by Mellowdrone and The Sword.

Join us as we dance to the music.