Also free through NoiseTrade, you can get The Dangerous Pleasures of Uncommon Curiosity, the debut album from Submarine Lights. We also missed this one back in September, somehow. Submarine Lights are comprised of
members of St. Vincent and The Polyphonic Spree. To compare them to their previous bands, they're more symphonic than St. Vincent and less bombastic than The Polyphonic Spree. It's not quite twee, but fans of The Magnetic Fields and Belle & Sebastian will be happy. It's all pretty trippy with a wide variety of non-rock instruments, so there are of course shades of The Beatles, The Flaming Lips, and Pet Sounds. It appears that NoiseTrade is only offering 7 of 9 songs on the album, cutting off the 1 minute opener and the 7 minute closer (and reordering the songs on the album), but hey... free is free. You can download your own copy of most of The Dangerous Pleasures of Uncommon Curiosity here. Submarine Lights' website can be found here.