Posted in MP3 | music on December 10, 2009

by Bill Pearis

DOWNLOAD: The Elves of Heaven - This Christmas (MP3)

Elves of Heaven

The folks behind the Seaport Music Festival have started a record label, Seaport Music Records, and have just released their first single -- a holiday-themed song from The Elves of Heaven which is basically Dublin musician Martin Clancy.

Martin became known to us through UK label Fingerlickin' Records and a project we worked together on this past June at the Seaport with the Brooklyn Philharmonic.

Martin will be our very first "artist in residence" and over the course of the next few months, you'll be hearing tons of stuff from him.

The first song is a pretty catchy little number, better than your average indie xmas tune, very much in the JAMC/Phil Spector mold. You can download it at the top of this post. Seaport Music Record's second release will be an actual 7" single from Brooklyn band Loose Limbs, 2010 TBD, so keep an eye out.



Comments (7)

Merry Christmas all!

Posted by Anonymous | December 11, 2009 3:51 AM

That artwork is great- Go Joe!

Posted by Joe | December 11, 2009 9:34 AM

Wow, I actually like this track! and free is always good.

Posted by Pete | December 11, 2009 10:22 AM


My name is Rusty J, the reason why I'm writing you is because 5 days ago I released a song on YouTube called "GoodLuck Tiger Woods".

The music video is soaring! Currently it has 3,631 views... only 5 days. The video is going viral!

YouTube has written me a letter with a profit sharing advertisement agreement.

Among others, has included the video in their daily blog.

Here is the link to the video:

George Larramore, the managing editor of Access Hollywood has seen the video and loves it.

I may be able to parlay this into a spot on the nationally aired television show.

I would love to share my story behind the song with you.

Best Always,
Rusty J

Posted by Rusty J | December 11, 2009 11:38 PM

Rusty J,

Fuck off

Posted by Anonymous | December 11, 2009 11:52 PM

Hey , This Christmas song if great...... I had given up hearing anything new and thought we were stuck in 1974 or something !!!

Posted by sandi wright | December 13, 2009 5:44 PM

The ghost of Christmas past is alive ! Excellent retro track.

Posted by Dave | December 17, 2009 8:20 AM

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