They have a website too, not suprisingly, with these, and even more tracks. Those remixes are interesting. What I found remarkable was that the original studio tracks are 64kbit/s on their site, 192kbit/s on music.download.com, and that the difference in audio quality is minimal. That shows, in a way, how low-fi their sound really is... those 64kbit tracks are in mono, that might have helped some, limiting the loss in quality, at least a little.
Anyway, they're touring now, they will be in Europe Real Soon Now (!), and I'd love to go to see them live on the 4th of December in Bruges; unfortunately, I do have familiy obligations those of you with small children and living in or near Belgium or Holland, may be able to guess why.
Thank goodness they'll be back in Brussels on the 17th. I hope I'll be able to make it then.
If I do, I might be able to pick up one or a few of their CDs. Yup, their music being available on Internet for free doesn't imply I'm not willing to spend money on them, I love having a copy of what I like. On the contrary, this is an excellent way to discover good, alternative music (= not the stuff the media is trying force down your throat) at your own tempo, for free, and with no obligations.