Listen: Gambit's free music Friday

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A brief-ish Thanksgiving hangover edition:

Grab a free download of the latest EP from New Orleans' electronic, percussive pop duo Whom Do You Work For? here. (Also check out the August 2011 digital EP featuring "Dig" and "Keep Up.") Watch the band perform "Samba" on its YouTube channel.

Below, watch queen diva Big Freedia's latest video "Nah Who Mad." Freedia tells Spinner.com the song is a "response to all the people getting mad at my success."

Some free-to-download bounce remixes for you: DJ Money Green and Definition DJ Ja on Beyonce's "Party", and Lil Chrissa on Drake's "Practice" — a clear contender for a bounce remix, thanks to Drake's liberal lifting of Juvenile's classic "Back That Azz Up." (via NOLAbouce.com)

Speaking of Juve, who gave Drake his blessing on the above cut, he talked to Billboard about a new album and teased a very big maybe for a Hot Boys reunion.

Tomorrow, Community Records hosts a benefit for arts venue 3 Ring Circus' The Big Top Gallery. Punk rock trio The Rooks is on the bill, as well as Tyler Scurlock's (of Sun Hotel) minimal space-pop project Sharks' Teeth. Download his digital releases here (and grab The Rooks' free LP here).

Also tomorrow: At 10 p.m. at Siberia, Paul Webb and company's longtime heavy instrumental outfit Spickle host an album release party for 3. Stream tracks on the band's Facebook page.

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