Official Free FLAC File Music Sharing Thread
Jan 16, 2013 at 2:10 AM Post #31 of 7,420

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Jan 16, 2013 at 7:58 PM Post #32 of 7,420

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Thanks for the links, The JazzyH. 
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Speaking of jazz; I noticed we have some electronic, some rock, some metal, some folk and some classical in this thread, but really nothing in a jazz vein. I went looking around and I came up with this:
 

 
Janek Gwizdala - It Only Happens Once
 
It might be described as having some elements of jazz at least. Maybe it could be called "trippy jazz" or something. Anyway, give it a listen and see what you think.
 
The entire album can be downloaded for free in FLAC or other formats here:
 
http://janekgwizdala.bandcamp.com/album/it-only-happens-once
 
Jan 22, 2013 at 9:49 AM Post #34 of 7,420

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How about a free FLAC Grateful Dead show?
 
I've been enjoying a concert recorded November 29, 1980 at the Alligator Alley Gym, at the University Of Florida.
 
Apparently this was recorded with two Beyer mics placed on poles near the soundboard, so it is an audience recording. I like it because it has a nice mix of crowd noise and the music. It may not be as clean as a soundboard recording, but there is just enough crowd noise to make it seem like you are there.
 
The full concert runs 2:52:11. To download the full concert in FLAC, click on the "Lossless zip" link on the left side of the page. Be forewarned, the download is 945 MB, but once it's finished, you'll have a lot of listening to do.
 
Here's the link:
http://archive.org/details/gd1980-11-29.beyer160.wise.gmb.89938.sbeok.flac16
 
Enjoy!
 

 
 
hell yeah ! i love when they have tracks called "drums" or "space" . but i will totally take a look at this when i get home from work. thanks for the link man
 
Jan 26, 2013 at 8:06 PM Post #36 of 7,420

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Alright, time for an overload of awesome free ambient. All of this stuff is free for download in FLAC, MP3, or other formats. This will keep your headphones or speakers going for hours and hours. 
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Download here:
http://freefloatingmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-sidereal-cycle-1
 

 
Download here:
http://freefloatingmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-sidereal-cycle-2
 

 
Download here:
http://freefloatingmusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-sidereal-cycle-3
 

 
Download here:
http://freefloatingmusic.bandcamp.com/album/whispers-fall
 

 
Download here:
http://meysell.bandcamp.com/album/orbit
 
Jan 28, 2013 at 3:40 PM Post #37 of 7,420

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Some folk rock, really great music. They have 2 albums out

http://theohhellos.com

Great stuff.
I put "Through the Deep Dark Valley" on to have a quick listen...and ended up listening to the whole album.
 
I'll be buying that album
 
Jan 28, 2013 at 6:49 PM Post #38 of 7,420

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Quick question, what player/program do you use to play FLAC files?
Just curious, because one day i want to switch over to only flac for my music, and am tired of using apple itunes....
 
Jan 29, 2013 at 12:49 AM Post #39 of 7,420

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Quick question, what player/program do you use to play FLAC files?
Just curious, because one day i want to switch over to only flac for my music, and am tired of using apple itunes....

 
There are plenty of choices. Try this:
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_player_(software)
 
Jan 30, 2013 at 3:19 AM Post #40 of 7,420

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So I use www.ektoplazm.com , it offers all there downloads in Mp3, FLAC, and WAV, for free.  It is all electronic music and there is a ton of good stuff available.
 
 
 
 
[size=8pt]Full-On[/size] · [size=8pt]Darkpsy[/size] ·[size=8pt]Progressive[/size] · [size=8pt]Downtempo[/size] ·[size=8pt]Goa[/size] · [size=8pt]Twilight[/size] · [size=8pt]Morning[/size] ·[size=8pt]Psycore[/size] · [size=8pt]Techno[/size] ·[size=8pt]Techtrance[/size] · [size=8pt]Forest[/size] ·[size=8pt]Zenonesque[/size] · [size=8pt]Experimental[/size] ·[size=8pt]Deep Trance[/size] · [size=8pt]Psy Dub[/size] ·[size=8pt]Glitch[/size] · [size=8pt]Suomi[/size] · [size=8pt]Ambient[/size] ·[size=8pt]Minimal[/size] · [size=8pt]Classic[/size]
 
Jan 30, 2013 at 5:27 AM Post #41 of 7,420

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So I use www.ektoplazm.com , it offers all there downloads in Mp3, FLAC, and WAV, for free.  It is all electronic music and there is a ton of good stuff available.
 
 
 
 
[size=8pt]Full-On[/size] · [size=8pt]Darkpsy[/size] ·[size=8pt]Progressive[/size] · [size=8pt]Downtempo[/size] ·[size=8pt]Goa[/size] · [size=8pt]Twilight[/size] · [size=8pt]Morning[/size] ·[size=8pt]Psycore[/size] · [size=8pt]Techno[/size] ·[size=8pt]Techtrance[/size] · [size=8pt]Forest[/size] ·[size=8pt]Zenonesque[/size] · [size=8pt]Experimental[/size] ·[size=8pt]Deep Trance[/size] · [size=8pt]Psy Dub[/size] ·[size=8pt]Glitch[/size] · [size=8pt]Suomi[/size] · [size=8pt]Ambient[/size] ·[size=8pt]Minimal[/size] · [size=8pt]Classic[/size]

 
Thanks for that link! That looks like a really great site and I didn't even know about it. I'm definitely going to be spending some time looking for stuff on there! 
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Feb 10, 2013 at 12:33 PM Post #44 of 7,420

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I'm diggin' this one from ektoplazm.com:
 

 
 
Soulacybin - Self-Existing Earth
 
It's Psy Dub. I like it because it retains some characteristics of traditional Jamaican Dub but mixes that with electronica. There are some heavy bass lines and real guitars. It's available for free in MP3, FLAC, and WAV.
 
http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/soulacybin-self-existing-earth
 
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