A new free album download is waiting for you:
An electronic deep listening experience that will make your head spin in an overwhelming digital/analog delirium.
New free download, available now:
Noteherder and McCloud are a duo based in Brighton, UK. This project was an attempt to fuse two strands of the local experimental music scene, and is based around live performance.
Now on iTunes:
Four classic Dutch pop tunes, originally recorded by The Golden Earring, Shocking Blue and Earth & Fire, done Happy Elf-style, featuring 15-year old singer Nina.
The ever fabulous Free Albums Galore writes:
The Rabbits are the darlings of WM Recordings having released three free online albums in a year’s time. But I’m afraid I really didn’t quite catch onto them until the last release, That Cave of Love, part one. The Toronto band, which is actually Matthew Orzeszek plus friends, have such a casual and twisted style that it sneaked up on me. That Cave of Love seems a bit more twisted than the other album and much tighter in concept. Songs like “Chickeny Softness” may have silly lyrics (My wife is saying “They’re not silly, They’re existential!”) but they are nicely surrounded by some sharp guitar work and more than a little cleverness. There is a indie rock feel mixed with a little Beatles influence and a Bonzo Dog Band wit. The Rabbits’ music may never save the world but it will get us a reprise from the usual daily madness called life.
A couple of our free releases are now also available on Alonetone.com, the brand new “damn fine home for musicians”.
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WM Recordings proudly presents its first ever CD release:
“Handle with Care – Might Panic” by Panicphobia.
After more than 80 free albums and 10 commercial downloads it’s time for a real CD. You know, one that you can actually hold in your hands and fondle and take to bed with you and…
It’s now on CDBaby.com and soon available through other channels as well!
New free download available now:
Cardiac as it may be, the music on this here album is nothing less than intelligent, insightful…and what’s that other thing?… Conscious? Coincidental? I mean, “the world is full of chickeny softness.” Is it not? Hhmm?
“Gods, Demigods & Demons” by The Aperion Project is now available on Amazon.com: