ZetaKaye drops three new This Ain't No Cowtown comps to benefit Mike Marchant

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The ZetaKaye House has assembled another edition (well, editions, rather) of its This Ain't No Cowtown compilation. The fifth in the series, the comps (there's three) feature, among other things, a brand new tune from Andy Hamilton & the Whiskey Hitchers, the new eagerly-anticipated band led by frontman and former Houses mastermind, Andy Hamilton. In addition to that track, titled "Red-Handed Stranger," look for cuts from slew of local acts including Confluence, Chemistry Club and Native Daughters, among others. All three comps are available for download on Bandcamp, and all proceeds go directly to benefit Mike Marchant, who's recovering from his treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma.

See also: The music scene supports songwriter Mike Marchant as he battles cancer

This Ain't No Cowtown Vol 5​.​0​/​Benefit for Mike Marchant

Andy Hamilton - Red-Headed Stranger Andy Thomas' Dust Heart - Poor You Bop Skizzum - Do Me Like That Cap'n Fresh and the Stay Fresh Seals - Promise Chemistry Club - Bend To Colors Cobraconda - Midnight Confluence - Founded Way Covenhoven - A Love Sincere CRL CRRLL - Friend Damaru - C'est Le Guerre False Colours - My Greatest Sphere Glowing House - The Down & Out Hi-Strung - Stone Cold Monday Hooper - Hate The Highway Hypervelociraptor - Lost In An Expanding Universe In The Company of Serpents - Untied/Culling Essence From The Void Jon Little - Museum lightlooms - Shan Shui The Malah - 70 West Miller Bradley - Kiss You Away

Keep reading for Vol 5.5 and the comedy compilation

This Ain't No Cowtown Vol 5​.​5​/​Benefit for Mike Marchant

Native Daughters - Summon Everest Nights On Venus - Agave Blues No More Excuses - T1 vs T2 The Outfit - El Presidente Parafunk - Speak Tongues Phidippus and Geche - There Are Things Inside My Brain P-Nuckle - Up Pressure Pretty Mouth - Blood Don't Lie Red Fox Run - Skeletons Ross Etherton and the Chariots of Judah - Best Dress Rubedo - Psychic Tune Spells - Left Behind Thee Dang Dangs - She Moves Too Late For Tomorrow - Lines of Lies Varlet - The Nod Vices I Admire - The Wicked Sun Wax Eloquent - Sweep the Cobwebs from the Sky Wheelchair Sports Camp - nozone Wonderlic - Sacagawea Yonnas (featuring Chez) - You, Only You

Keep reading for the comedy compilation

This Ain't No Cowtown Vol 5 - Comedy [NSFW​]

Ken Arkind - David Chris Charpentier - Uncomfortable Territory Bobby Crane - Moving and Mistakin' Ken Arkind - Tebowing Andy Juett - CLOWNMOUTH Nathan Lund - Livin' In Suburbia Sam Tallent - Making the Vultures Circle Ken Arkind - Cowboy Poetry

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