Even if you can't make it to Apple's iTunes Festival in London, you can still get a taste of what's in store because the company is offering six free songs from artists that will be performing during the month-long event. To get the songs, you need to launch the Apple Store app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and then tap Stores. From there just tap 30 nights of music. The list of songs includes Trying To Be Cool by Phoenix, Workin' Woman Blues by Valerie June, 2013 by Primal Crawl, My Love Took Me DOwn To The River To Silence Me by Little Green Cars, Chain My Name by Poliça, and The Curse by Agnes Obel. The free song offer is good until the end of October. If you don't have the Apple Store app, it's a free download at the App Store.
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