50 Years of Dr. Martens Free Album Download

From back in August, we started bringing you these classics covered by some of today’s most loved tastemaker bands. So far the project has included The Noisettes, The Duke Spirit, Dam-Funk, Buraka Som Sistema, The Cinematic Orchestra, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, N.A.S.A., The Raveonettes, and Michael Davis of MC5 & D.O.A. reinterpreting classic tracks from the Buzzcocks, Sham 69, The Human League, Neneh Cherry, Jeff Buckley, The Pogues, Max Romeo, The Stone Roses, and Cold War Kids.

The tenth and final track in the series is VERBAL + YOON‘s interpretation of The Runaways‘ single “Cherry Bomb” with a video directed by Yue Wu.

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Check out the video and then go to Dr. Martens to grab yourself the entire album for FREE!

Contest: 10″ Vinyl Prize Pack from Dr. Martens: Dam-Funk, Buraka Som Systema & The Cinematic Orchestra

Take a shot at one of our wonderfully easy trivia questions in order to win 3 pieces of 10″ vinyl from Dr. Martens, celebrating their 50 Year Anniversary by finding and sharing the best new music around.

Your prize pack includes Buraka Som Systema‘s “Buffalo Stance,” Dam-Funk‘s “Things That Dreams Are Made Of” and The Cinematic Orchestra‘s “Lilac Wine.”

Enter to win here.

The Raveonettes x The Stone Roses + MP3

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For the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martens, Danish rock duo The Raveonettes bring us their take on The Stone Roses “I Wanna Be Adored” with a cinematic video, starring an aggressive yet adorable old lady and her young companion. Dr. Martens is giving out free MP3s so get your copy of “I Wanna Be Adored” by The Raveonettes here.

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N.A.S.A. Covers Max Romeo’s “Chase The Devil”

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Dr. Martens is celebrating its 50th anniversary by enlisting ten contemporary bands and ten film directors to cover ten cult classic songs. The seventh and latest track in the series is N.A.S.A.‘s re-interpretation of Max Romeo and The Upsetters classic reggae anthem “I Chase the Devil.” Having collaborated with heads as diverse as M.I.A., Karen O and Tom Waits on their masterful debut LP The Spirit of Apollo, it was anyone’s guess as to what direction N.A.S.A. would take. After hours spent crunching real tape loops and experimenting with the dubbing to get exactly the right “stoned, spacey feel,” the production on the track sparkles. The animated video that accompanies is every inch as virtuoso with humor and imagination in excess. Don Letts has broken boundaries left, right and center in his film work and this video continues that spirit of exploration with extra-powerful visuals.

Get a free MP3 download of N.A.S.A.’s “Chase The Devil” from Dr. Martens

Check out more videos and downloads: 50.drmartens.com