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Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


Josh Console has a bunch of mashups and remixes on his blog

http://www.josh-console.co.uk/v/

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Brawling Dad
Sep 16, 2005

Non-stop gash, penetrate that, the album went silver, celebrate that


http://www.explosionsinthesky.com/albums.html

Explosions in the Sky

Each album has one free mp3 but "the rescue" is completely free.

Sirmio
Aug 1, 2006


http://www.youami.net/

The official You Am I site. There's a few rarities and live tracks on the mp3 page, including a complete concert, as well as the Hourly Daily J File. The video page also has a fair few things to download, all live stuff.

Rush Limbo
Sep 5, 2005

its with a full house


Brad Sucks has his entire catalogue free for download on his site. You can get his first album "I Don't Know What I'm Doing", aswell as the remixed version and loads of other remixes. If you like him enough you can also donate some cash. He's probably one of the best artists nobody has ever heard of.

Kid in Bed
Mar 1, 2006

deek!

Horray! Another SA thread where I can shamelessly promote my music!

This is my first two CDs, both experimental .

Campus Green - And That Warm Fuzzy Feeling
Campus Green - Is This Is Music?

And my new CD, less experimental.

Timber! - Oh My Goodness!

EDIT: There are hunreds of mp3s at ubuweb. All of them are experimental/avant garde but, there are tons by really great artists incluiding John Lennon and Paul Mccarthy, John Cage, Frank Zappa, Laurie Anderson, ee cummings, Phillup Glass, Samuel Beckett, Willaim S. Burroughs, and on and on. They also have tons of weird movies too.

http://www.ubu.com/sound/index.html

Kid in Bed fucked around with this message at Aug 3, 2006 around 13:52

evilsupernasty
Jan 19, 2006

there is no end, as far as i can see

You can download the entire back catalogue of Swedish crust-punk band Skitsystem from their website: https://www.skitsystem.net, with the exception of their newest album, which you can still download 5 of 12 songs.

Funbags
May 15, 2006
Catchphrases FOR THE LOSE.

http://www.futuristicsexrobotz.com/?p=music

Futuristic Sex Robotz. These guys are pretty loving awesome. It's pretty much Nerdcore Rap.


Seriously, go check it out.

Kid in Bed
Mar 1, 2006

deek!

This blog entry claims to have the top 20 best songs 1901-1920

http://www.foldedspace.org/weblog/2...summertime.html

Francesca
Aug 15, 2005

his vocal chords were made of gold
he just looked a little too old


The Wilco roadcase

http://wilcoworld.net/roadcase/index.php

They change it up every month or so. I really liked the last one, it was Jeff Tweedy performing a solo concert like the one on "I Am Trying To Break Your Heart", the documentary on Yankee Hotel Foxtrot.

poppycock
Dec 5, 2004
load of poppycock lmao

The_stuart posted:


EDIT: There are hunreds of mp3s at ubuweb. All of them are experimental/avant garde but, there are tons by really great artists incluiding John Lennon and Paul Mccarthy, John Cage, Frank Zappa, Laurie Anderson, ee cummings, Phillup Glass, Samuel Beckett, Willaim S. Burroughs, and on and on. They also have tons of weird movies too.

http://www.ubu.com/sound/index.html

holy christ this is fantastic

Modern Life Is War
Aug 17, 2006

I'm not just eye candy

Bomb The Music Industry! is awesome. Glad somebody linked them.

if you're in the NYC area in October, check em out at The Knitting Factory. It's not sold out and $10.

deathmike
May 10, 2005

Did you know that cigarette lighters were invented before matches?


Golden Emperor-awaken the sandbaron

http://www.goldenemperorband.com/audio/index.htm

A whole album totally free. for fans of Explosions in the sky, Isis, Pelican, Neurosis, Slowdive, Sleep or Cult of Luna

Byte Salad
Dec 20, 2005



Posting here again to (re)post this awesome Audiobulb Records podcast link that was just on the microsound-announce mailing list. There's two, roughly 30 minute, podcasts on the page. The first seems to be a free compilation, and the second is a collection of summer themed ambient/experimental tracks.

http://audiobulb.podomatic.com

AssMasterJohn
Nov 8, 2005
Never mind the Sex Pistols, here's the Bullocks!

Here's some Elliot Smith MP3 websites:
http://sweetaddy.org/?page_id=65
http://www.trashtreasury.com/
http://www.elliottsmithbsides.com/index2.html

And I cannot reccommend music.download.com! That website is where I found half the bands I listen to now.

Colonel Taint
Mar 14, 2004



Radioactive Sandwich, makers of awesome psytrance/breakbeat electronica:

A few free songs here,
http://dmops.net/download.htm

More here, available as 320kbps
http://twistedsessions.com/artists/19/music.php

Secks
Oct 10, 2002

The city is alive tonight


Twiin posted:

Xorcist has released his entire discography for free downloading (including his cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit). If you're not a big electro-industrial fan, check out the XE/NON albums. It's all kinds of downtempo love.


No loving way. Why didn't I ever hear about this? I am a huge fan of Xorcist [despite only having Damned Souls] and I am always looking for the albums in stores. Thank you.

Under the vegetable
Nov 2, 2004

I joined the new sensation, the #RXT REVOLUTION~!



he knows...


Electric Eel Shock, an awesome rock and roll band full of japanese guys who are not popular in Japan at all, have a bunch of their songs for free on their website, along with four videos.

http://www.electriceelshock.com

http://www.losecontrol.com/mp3/GoEu...rrcanrescue.mp3 This, "Rock & Roll Can Rescue The World", is probably one of my favorite rock tracks at the moment, mainly because these guys are completely goddamned awesome.

don
Jul 15, 2004

by Lowtax


there's a ton of great old punk on this site:

http://www.strangereaction.com/

for those on OS X or Unix (or have the Windows version of wget), get wget and type this:

wget -r -A mp3 http://www.strangereaction.com/

it will grab them all since they are linked from different pages

Cannister
Sep 6, 2006

Steadfast & Ignorant

You can download the The Hereafter's first album "Parade" at their website, linked below, under the "songs" link. They also have their second album (which is very good as well) available for purchase. Saw them in a coffee shop in CT, they're from California.

http://www.thehereafterishere.com/content/

icarus
Nov 7, 2003



Motel de Moka is a great mp3 blog from Mexico. They have lots of electronic stuff, and each update usually includes around five new tracks. A lot of the text is in Spanish, but I just download the mp3s.

White Noise Revisited is the new Spoilt Victorian Child. It's an interesting blog that always has well-written reviews of the songs they post, which range from jazz, classical, and rock to other, stranger, non-genres.

fomoz
Jul 26, 2006
Photographer

A unique sounding DNB/Jungle artist who has all his songs on his site that you can download for free:

http://edgey.net/mp3/index.asp

Twiin
Nov 11, 2003

King of Suck!

fomoz posted:

A unique sounding DNB/Jungle artist who has all his songs on his site that you can download for free:

http://edgey.net/mp3/index.asp

I heart edgey.

captain moose
Aug 29, 2006

by Ozma


http://www.emusic.com/album/10950/1...977&PID=1960290



Enjoy.

TC_
Mar 17, 2006

Party time!!


I saw My Brightest Diamond open for Sufjan Stevens last night and found a few MP3s on their site and their Myspace. The band consists of a female singer\guitarist with an incredible voice, a string quartet, drums and bass. Reccomended if you like Portishead, Rasputina, Sufjan, The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra (that specific album) and, of course, free .mp3s

http://www.mybrightestdiamond.com/

edit-you can also stream the album

TC_ fucked around with this message at Sep 27, 2006 around 23:18

HawkRock
May 15, 2004

So you see, "friends", either I'm through that hole with you, or I'm gonna sing like Johnny Cash!

You can't have a free MP3 thread without The Kleptones

http://www.kleptones.com/pages/downloads.html

You can get all five of their albums here, and they're all awesome, especially '24 Hours'

061469
Mar 2, 2005

OPTIC BLAST!

Melbourne 5-peice - Ordain (produced by acclaimed engineer Forrester Savell (Helmet, Karnivool, The Butterfly Effect) and legendary Shihad drummer, Tom Larkin,) have got 4 newish tracks available on their myspace.
http://www.myspace.com/ordain

If I was you, I'd listen to Another Day or Against the Grain first... they are probably the standouts of the lot.

061469 fucked around with this message at Sep 21, 2006 around 06:32

the shill
Sep 20, 2006

Who is Framcod? ^^^

This website has the download for the alterlabel sampler, a pretty good collection. The artist abelcoast is amazing at was he does, hip-hop electronica (wordless). There are also some other good things like French hip-hop.

http://www.alterlabel.com/freemp3.htm

the shill fucked around with this message at Sep 22, 2006 around 00:52

Yodzilla
Apr 29, 2005

Now who looks even dumber?

Beef Witch


quote:

An instrumental rock band from London, England, Loss of a Child use pianos, string sections, guitars and drums to create a classically-influenced post-rock noise. With elements boarding on quiet ambience and others with distorted guitars and crashing drums, the ambitious nature with the classical instruments sets Loss of a Child apart from many leftfield acts, producing a hugely epic sound.

Loss of a Child concentrate on producing cohesive albums over individual songs and have two full lengths completed, 'The Future Symphony' and 'Caught and Lost'. A third is in the making at present.
Internet Archive hosts bands on a label called Lost Children. I haven't listend to all of them yet, but I was drawn to them after hearing music by Loss of a Child on Last.fm. Their two albums are The Future Symphony and Caught and Lost. A little about them follows here:

Sugar Blaster posted:

Harvey Danger. They released their third album for free download last fall, and if you've ever even taken a casual interest in this band, I'd reccomend checking it out.
Seconding this. 'Wine, Women, and Song' is a great track.

Yodzilla fucked around with this message at Sep 21, 2006 around 17:50

czg
Dec 17, 2005
hi

Noone has mentioned Underworld yet?
You can download 5 live sets and some other web only tracks from http://www.underworldlive.com/
You have to sign up first, but it's free, then go into the archive and browse your way to 'audio' and 'pre 2005 audio'.

g0lbez
Dec 25, 2004

and then you'll beg

everything here is free. and their latest album has a .zip file with all the songs on it for ultra convenience

captain moose
Aug 29, 2006

by Ozma



LTRYT posted:

Wordsmith Free Speech and beatsmith Ro Blvd. responsibly present Laffy Taffy Rots Your Teeth, a collection of 10 groundbreaking tracks that buck industry buffoonery with a freshness that guarantees jaw drops and violent head nods.

Commercial rap has patronized hip-hop culture with endorsements of blackface and buffoonery for far too long. This is the counter-current to the mainstream -- powerful music that massages the intellect and moves your feet. Download it. Burn it. Share it. It's free.

http://www.laffytaffyrotsyourteeth.com/

ButterflyChicken
Sep 20, 2005

And now a question of etiquette as I pass- do I give you the breast or the thigh?

http://www.freesofree.net

Dinosaur, Jr and J Mascis and The Fog Super Site!

All supported by J Mascis himself. There are all sorts of formats-music and video.

It's my new favorite site. I want to have J Mascis indie babies.

Sliquid
Feb 8, 2004

Be on, neon.

The Anti website has released an mp3 from the forthcoming Tom Waits album.

http://www.anti.com/news.php?id=210

Sega Saturn Apologist
Sep 11, 2001

by Ozma


http://www.generationtrance.com has a ton of great vocal trance mixes. Some of their older mixes can be downloaded straight from the site via bit torrent, although if you want more you have to register on the forums. It's totally worth it if you're into progressive/vocal trance.

subpopper
Apr 30, 2004

by Lowtax


Doc Faustus posted:

http://www.jonathancoulton.com/songs/

Humorist/Musician Jonathan Coulton has a number of his songs availible for free downlad. I highly recommend the song "First of May".

If you like his work, he releases one free song every Friday on his "Thing A Week" podcast.

I'm so glad someone posted this. I got turned on to his music after his "Baby Got Back" cover gained a little popularity, and I've been a fan ever since. Of the songs available for free, I highly recommend "Ikea," "Mandelbrot Set," "When You Go," and especially the awesome "Shop Vac." If you like Fountains of Wayne or They Might Be Giants, you're going to love this guy.

ManoliIsFat
Oct 4, 2002



Aww, awesome. I heard this randomly on myspace and really dug it. Excellent production. Didn't know you could download it all. Downloading now.

A Game of Chess
Nov 6, 2004

not as good as Turgenev

Both of Mihai Edrisch's albums are available for download at their website.

http://www.mihaiedrisch.com/

Pandabearassault
Sep 1, 2004

The only bar with soul...of children

Here's an album made by myself and aquavita under the moniker Stabilizer:

http://www.nonexistent-recordings.c...ctCalledRed.zip

it's a really diverse mix of ambient, electronica, and rock.

Bi Stunna
Nov 11, 2005



http://aurgasm.us/

Music blog featuring all sorts of semi-obscure indie, electronic, and jazz acts.

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Watson
Oct 28, 2003


http://www.freederekwebb.com

Free and legal download of the CD Mockingbird by Derek Webb.

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