Allison Crowe Launches New Bandcamp Subscription

Canadian singer-songwriter Allison Crowe has been Muruch’s musical mascot for ten of our almost fifteen years of music blogging because of her extraordinary talent, artistic integrity and her open support of mp3/music blogs.

Long before the mainstream music industry embraced the internet, Allison pioneered the digital music frontier by offering free, legal mp3 downloads on her website and music blogs like Muruch. She also released digital albums through her own independent label, Rubenesque Records, on Amazon before the practice became the standard. Maintaining such creative control and openness with her fans has at times been to her own financial detrimate and cost her opportunities for more widespread fame, but no other artist has such a flawless record of artistic authenticity as Allison Crowe.

So it makes me very happy to announce a new way for Allison Crowe fans to support and gain even greater access to her spectacular music. Allison just launched a new Bandcamp subscription service. Here’s the official video announcement from Allison and her dog, Link:


The $40 per year subscription gives you instant access via Bandcamp’s app to Allison’s entire back catalogue of albums and any new albums — all available for streaming and permanent download in the digital format of your choice (a feature lacking on other streaming services like Spotify). The subscription also grants exclusive access to the Allison Crowe fan community, a 15% discount on physical merchandise (now and future) and the satisfaction of supporting this truly independent musician in a direct and substantial way…

Allison Crowe Bandcamp Subscription




Allison Crowe Official Site

Heiress to Atlas: New Mp3!

We first introduced you to L.A. synth-pop duo Heiress to Atlas as part of Muruch’s Surfacing series last year. The band is offering a free, legal download of their new single, “Quantum.” You can stream the song and download the mp3 below…

Heiress to Atlas Official Site


Beth May: The Family Arsonist (Spoken Word Poetry)

Beth May’s spectacular spoken word poetry album, The Family Arsonist, has a heartfelt fierceness akin to Mary Lambert. The album centers on themes of bipolar disorder and family dysfunction. You need to hear this…


Sturgill Simpson

By: Brn

A standout discovery of last year was Sturgill Simpson. Simpson was featured on “Bobby Reid” by Lucette on Muruch’s #1 Album of 2014. His own music showcases heartbreaking lyrics emotionallly rendered in a warm tone.

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Sturgill Simpson Official Site