And Now... More HPMA Nominee MP3s

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The 2010 Houston Press Music Awards showcase and ceremony are inching ever closer, and we are very, very close to being able to announce this year's special guests at our showcase August 7 along Washington Avenue. We can also tell you that the list of local bands playing the showcase is just about finalized, although we won't be announcing that until we figure out when and where we're going to put them all.

Today we are pleased to bring you songs from Blaggards (Best Rock), DJ Red (Best Producer), Giant Battle Monster (Best Hardcore/Noise), The Live LIghts (Best EP), Heidi Massin (Best Instrumental/Experimental) and Weird Party (Best New Act). Those of you nominees who have already sent in your songs, please be patient; those of you who haven't, remember, that's chris.gray@houstonpress.com. Voting begins July 15.

Links to the other nominee MP3s we've posted so far:

Round 1: Tianna Hall, Kyle Hubbard, The Lotus Effect

Round 2: Kennedy Bakery, Plump, Preemo, Rowe, Two Star Symphony, World's Most Dangerous

Round 3: 2 Dollar Sound, Driftwood, Fluff the Kat, Hollywood FLOSS, The Journey Agents

And now, Round 4...

Blaggards, "Whiskey In the Jar"
DJ Red (producer), "Miracle (DJ Red Remix)," Robbie Seay Band, performer
DJ Red (producer), "Zombies on the Dancefloor (clip)," Scotty Boy, Red and Josh Dupont, performers
Giant Battle Monster, "Dog of Man"
Giant Battle Monster, "Man With a Gun for a Head"
The Live Lights, "The Space Between"
Heidi Massin, "Amazonia"
Heidi Massin, "Synthocratic"
Weird Party, "Sarah Palin"
Weird Party, "Pale Brunette"

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