Official Free FLAC File Music Sharing Thread

Discussion in 'Music' started by stratocasterman, Jan 5, 2013.
  1. molecule

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  4. molecule

    Unexpectedly, a WAV from SoundCloud
    Dark Bass/Glitch/Rap (some NSFW lyrics (I think))
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    Last edited: Nov 29, 2017
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  5. molecule

    Ambient Post-Rock
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  6. molecule

    Psydub/Electronica/Hip hop
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  7. molecule

    YET ANOTHER Progtronics compilation!
    See below for their message from the email:
    Our 10th jubilee edition of the “Progotronics” compilation is now available for download from our Bandcamp. As usual, it brings 20 new bands and songs, what also means that in 10 months we presented 200 bands through Progotronics.
    We will be back in December with the Vol. 11, but until then enjoy this new piece of music, share it with your friends, and support the bands

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  8. molecule

    Vocal Indie Folk/Pop
    I'm kind of conflicted about this right now (possible intonation problems), but I'm a sucker for "deadlines" on free stuff...
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    Last edited: Dec 1, 2017
  9. molecule

    Vocal Indie Rock
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  10. molecule

    Ambient Prog Rock
    email required, NYP only until Dec 10th, 2017, scroll down for links to ~8 other NYP prog albums
  11. molecule

    Glitch Hop (and unless I'm mistaken, Mr. Bill collaborated on one of the tracks!)
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    Side note: many of these would be great for a running playlist (e.g. 170-220 BPM). Anyone know of a good script/program to sort a music library on Linux by BPM?
  12. molecule

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  13. Funambulistic
    I am not a HUGE fan of prog, but some of the tracks are pretty good - thanks! The first track by Imperia was awesome, until they started singing... Reminds me of my Norwegian metal days.
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  14. molecule
    TBH I'm not a big prog fan either; most of my prog posts are due to email subscriptions I signed up for back when taffy2207 was posting a lot (he was REALLY into prog)
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