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Postby SlyckScratch » Fri Nov 11, 2005 9:56 am

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15 Aggregators
16 One Million Free and Legal Music Tracks
17 Links to Tens of Thousands of Legal Music Downloads
18 The Hype Machine MP3 blog aggregator (gathers all the audio links on MP3 blogs into one place)
19 GlobalBeatz DJ Mixes

Free Music from Amazon
AltSounds
archive.org - Live Music Archive
archive.org - Netlabels
AudioStreet
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Common Content
EC Brown's MP3 Links Archive (HUGE)
Download.com
Epitonic
IC-MusicMedia
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IntoMusic
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rubrieken
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SmartMusic
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WebJay

Eclectic blogs, sites that offer music in a variety of genres and styles:
#1 InBelgium
2 Trombones+Crossbow 3hive 15 Min. 2 Listen
20 Jazz Funk Greats
80's Tunes
510 to 514
10,000 Things
Achtung Baby!
Acousticwoodlands
Adoru
ANAblog
Angelfish
Angels 20
Antificial Radio
Audiography
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Awful Thom's Cabin
Bars and Guitars
Bedazzled!
A Best Truth
BigRockCandyMountain
Birth/Music/Death
Blah Spot
Blog this Way
Blogotheque
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Broken Cadence
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Buked and Scorned
Bumrocks
Captain's Crate
Club Lonely
Comet/Star/Moon
Comboplates
Comfort Music
Cool Hand Bak
The Cool Out
Copy, Right?
Cotton Candy Hammer
Cowboytranceorchestra
Coverville
David F. Presents
DeviceIsSecurity
Dirty Poodle
Dozerblog
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EuroRanch Log
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Gathering Dust
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Headphone Sex
Hey Mercedes
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The Hound
IckMusic
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ILMiXor
Imprudent Marriage
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Just For a Day
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Listen!
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MasterMix
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Music Is a Virus
Music For Robots
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Something Old/New
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The Suburbs are Killing Us
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#1 Songs In Heaven
Diddywah
Ear Fuzz
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Funk You
Home of the Groove
Monkey Funk
Music From My Loft
Soul Club Jukebox
Soul Sides
Vinyl Podcast

HipHop/Reggae

The 3
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African Hip Hop Art of Rhyme Better Than Yours The Box Breaking Ranks Broke BBoys Can I Bring My Gat? Cocaine Blunts Cuban Links DigiCrates Eric's Archives Free Motion Hiphop Government Names Hardly Art Hectic
Hip Hop Music Honey Soul Houston So Real
Lemon Red Low End Theory The Perfect Beat Popadopalis Rap Nerd Razorbladerunner The Rookie Sartwell's Reggae Guide Steady Bootleggin' Straight Bangin' Street Dreams Treat Williams Turntable Lab Versionist Riddim We Eat So Many Shrimp Weave In They Hair and Weekly Vinyl

Jazz

Dark Funk Hot Dance/Jazz Jazz and Conversation Polish Jazz The Red Hot Jazz Archive and xanax taxi

Blues/Folk/Oldtimey

American Memory Audio
American Music Cantaria Honey Where You Been? Honking Duck The Ragtime Ephemeralist
Tinfoil
Uncommon Folk

Rock/J(apanese)-Pop/Pop/Indy

4F 7 and 7 is Aging Rapidly Angels Twenty AutoRadioABordo Bastard Camus Bedroom Dancing Th' Big Ticket Buscate un Novio The Catbird Seat Cerulean's Love Chromewaves Crimson Stigmata The Crutch Dasp DreamtimeMix Each Note Secure Ending East Famous for Dying Fire of Love Fruits of Chaos Good News/Bad Music Good Rockin' Tonight Heraclitus Sayz House of Leaf+Lime IHOPussy Into the Groove John Peel Juke Box
Keep C86 Alive Kill All Artists Kingblind LastSoundofSummer Life of a Spuckle Lost Bands/New Wave Era Milk Cocoon Mod Pop Punk Archives momomomomomomomo Mona Lisa Overdrive Music of Aodai Music For the Free World Music for Unicorns Mystery and Misery No Night Sweats No One Here Is Asking No Picasso Nobu Log Perfumed Garden=Peel Pitchfork PWI The Pop Group Popsheep Preservation of Music I Love Punk Rock I.M.V Punk Vault Rock de Siempre Rock'N'Roll in the Real World Sixeyes Some Depression S. I Learned Today Sonic Overload Sounds Like Funday Spoilt Vict. Child De Subjectivisten Sweet Blasphemy Swish
Swung by Seraphim TtIKtDanceAgain Teenbeat Mailing List Telephone Thing Torr
Upon First Listen Uncritical Verbose Coma and Wants 2B Nameless

DJ/Mash-Up/Techno/House/Drum and Bass/Old Skool

Ambience for the Masses Beathunters //Blahblog bOOmbOx Boom Selection Certified Bananas Consumption Cousin Cole Creative Misuse
cry.on.my.console
Culture Deluxe
Deep Disco Force
disquiet
DJ BC
DJ Earworm
DJ Gloomybear
DJ Food
DJ JayR
DJPrince
DJ Riko
Dopplebanger
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Eve Massacre
FakeID
Fettdog
Fetter Konig Fourstones GetchaBootlegOn Go Home Productions IDC Lenlow Lionel Vinyl McSleazy NeverHeardIt osymyso Poj
Reset Music Scum Music Songfight SutureSounds Sychophantom Tone 396
Cantons Techno + Drum 'n' Bass + Ambient D.J.
Bangin Tunes Dance DJ Mixes
Dance Anthems DJ Mixes
DJ Mixes 2k
DJ Mixes
Over 5000 full length Drum and Bass DJ Sets
Ordio DJ Mixes
MusicV2.com - DJ Sets plus more than 8000 tracks & videos
DJ Farm DJ Mixes

Minimal/Experimental

3 Notes and Running Conet Project Eigenradio Experimental Audio Psychology Found Tapes ihypq Oljud Quiet American Radiant Slab and RIAA is my Fave Band

Video Game Music
8 Bit Peoples 8 Bit Weapon The Advantage GameboyzzOrchestra The High Voltage SID Collection Kong in Concert Metroid Metal
The Minibosses One Up Studios Overclocked Remix Video Game Archives Video Game Pianist and Virt

Exotica/Obscure

365 Days April Winchell Basic Hip Digital Oddio Belly Bongo Cake and Polka Parade Cinema VII Dana Countryman Ditties for the Party Doctor Demento El Bakkar
Empty Handed Frank's Vinyl Museum Gojira 69 Goofspot Hepcat Willy Little Marcy World Mark VII Mister Swank Music 4 Maniacs Nothing Exceptional Pastor McPurvis Rato Records Raymondo's Dance-O-Rama Record Brother Rummage/Crevices Sem Sinatra Show and Tell Singing Science Space Age Pop Space Debris Spitzenschlager Splogman Strange Records StrangeView Productions
Ta Hu Wa Hu Wei Tape Findings Tumbleforms Vegas Vic's Tiki Lounge Weirdomusic Your Pal Doug and Zong of the Week

World Music

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Mari-Posa Middle East Traditional Native American Music
Norwegian Eardrums Radio Bastet Recommended Records Russian Folk Skeptical Bollywood Sounds of Sweden Stap Isi
Swiss Yodeling Music Steev's South America Think Small Turkish Delight
Umeån Tunes Wirtualna Polska Worldly Disorientation Yugoslavian Mexican

Offbeat weirdness, Spoken Word or One-of-a-Kind

100 Songs/1 Disc Auctioneer Champions Audiobooks for Free The Authentic History Center Banned Music Bootleg Dell's Den Drummerworld Early/Renaissance Music The Fan Soundtrack Listing God Shamgodd's Mix Hippocampus
House of 250 Suns Kiddie Records Live Music Archive Musical Family Tree Noam Chomsky Audio The Oak Room Oozak=Kazoo Orrin Hatch Sings! Project Gutenberg AudioBooks
Radio Lovers Songs to Wear Pants To Theremin Vox USAF Heritage Vienna Veggie Orchestra Virtual Bird
Voices on the Wind
World Fiddle Music






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Last edited by SlyckScratch on Sat Feb 11, 2006 5:11 am, edited 29 times in total.
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Postby LANjackal » Fri Nov 11, 2005 10:15 am

Wow, thanks a lot for this, Scratch. Is this a sticky, by the way, it should be.
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Postby irish » Fri Nov 11, 2005 10:24 am

:D Excellent links Scratch. I'll be checking them out when I get home
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Postby emmapeelfanclub » Fri Nov 11, 2005 10:34 am

Indeed... a huge thanks for these Scratch... I think I'm in for a fun and busy weekend!
Nice one! :D
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Postby master50 » Fri Nov 11, 2005 11:12 am

Also - don't forget Insound
http://www.insound.com/mp3/mp3s.php
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Postby SlyckScratch » Fri Nov 11, 2005 12:26 pm

LANjackal wrote:Wow, thanks a lot for this, Scratch. Is this a sticky, by the way, it should be.

Well I guess this as a list could grow and grow....but i'm not going to sticky my own thread so if any of the others want to press the button, thats fine by me

master50 wrote:Also - don't forget Insound
http://www.insound.com/mp3/mp3s.php


I'll edit the top post with that - thanks
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Postby HouseCrowd » Sat Nov 12, 2005 5:55 am

SlyckScratch wrote:but i'm not going to sticky my own thread so if any of the others want to press the button, thats fine by me




You're too modest Scratch! ;)



Nice list!! :D
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Postby SlyckScratch » Sat Nov 12, 2005 8:52 am

Thanks HC :D Stand by, i've got dozens and dozens more links to post when I get back from shopping. There's some real gems in that lot - I found some great dance remixes so i'm chuffed. Who needs RIAA music? Not me - hopefully everyone can find some good material in this list and avoid them altogether - its easy to do if you disconnect yourself from their marketing machine and do your own market research instead
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Postby SlyckScratch » Sat Nov 12, 2005 10:38 am

A couple of interesting links:
Webjay is a playlist community. Webjay users create lists of songs that exist all over the Web in different formats. Browse around Webjay playlists and play them in a variety of music players - from Winamp to iTunes to RealPlayer. Not all formats are supported by all players, so it takes some patience to find what works with your software.

Webjay also has the “Play this page” bookmarklet which will generate a playlist from a list of music files on a web page. Snag that bookmarklet to help yourself sample songs from the sources mentioned here.


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Expect more double posts as I collate this lot bit by bit :wink:
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Postby SlyckScratch » Fri Nov 18, 2005 8:54 am

This is a really nice one...

GlobalBeatz DJ Mixes
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Postby IceCube » Fri Nov 18, 2005 10:48 am

I've heard of Overclocked for video game music. Just never realised there was so many other sites for music :D

Willl definitely check it all out later.
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Nov 24, 2005 4:11 am

I know what you're thinking, punk. You're thinking, 'Did he use six superfluous adjectives or only five?' To tell the truth I forgot myself in all this excitement - but as I deal in English, the most powerful language in the world with subtle nuances that may blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel loquacious?' Well do you punk?
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Nov 24, 2005 4:16 am

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Postby IceCube » Thu Nov 24, 2005 4:31 am

Need to find more stuff for FL Studios for nuts like me that just seem to collect all this stuff without producing much results ;)
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Nov 24, 2005 9:58 am

I know what you're thinking, punk. You're thinking, 'Did he use six superfluous adjectives or only five?' To tell the truth I forgot myself in all this excitement - but as I deal in English, the most powerful language in the world with subtle nuances that may blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel loquacious?' Well do you punk?
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Postby SlyckScratch » Sun Nov 27, 2005 10:45 am

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Indy is a music discovery program that learns what you like, and plays more of it. And it's free.

Indy makes it easy for you to find great new independent music. Just download Indy and double-click: as it plays songs, you rate what you hear. Indy quickly learns what you like and gets really smart about sending you more music you'll like. Let Indy help you find your place in the collective consciousness as you help other people find theirs.

Why Indy Rocks

You aren't just a target market - Indy can help you find your own path to the music you like. There are tons of great bands out there that don't have big labels promoting them; Indy helps you find them. And once Indy downloads a track, you can add it to your music collection, listen to it whenever and wherever you want. For musicians, Indy gives you a chance to reach a whole new audience that's excited about what you're playing. Best of all, it's free for everyone!

How Indy Works

Indy uses an advanced collaborative filtering system to predict what kind of music you'll enjoy hearing. As you rate songs, Indy finds out what you do and don't like. It compares your preferences with the ratings of all the other Indy users. For example, if you rate a song highly, and another user also likes the same song, Indy guesses that you'd probably like other music that they enjoyed. As you rate more songs, Indy will gets better and better at picking songs that you'll really enjoy.

Indy contains no adware or spyware.


http://www.indy.tv/
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Postby Myrak » Mon Dec 19, 2005 9:09 am

I'm trying out Indy right now, and it's pretty good. I've already found a heap of new tracks I like!

And I heard about archive.org only two days ago and have been frantically downloading full live shows of my favourite artists. I shall definetly check out some of the other stuff you've posted aswell :D
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Postby IceCube » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:37 am

Recently came accross a track 'Pendulum - Sounds of Life' That is what I call music! :D :D
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Jan 05, 2006 6:38 pm

IceCube wrote:Recently came accross a track 'Pendulum - Sounds of Life' That is what I call music! :D :D


Well what do you know - the magnificent Pendulum giving away tunes. Get the album Cubey - they are superb - especially 'Slam'.
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Postby IceCube » Thu Jan 05, 2006 10:44 pm

If I were in a profession that paid money, I'd do it, but 'Student' isn't exactly a high paying job ;)

Though once I get real money flowing, I'll seriously consider it. :D
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Postby IceCube » Mon Jan 16, 2006 4:49 am

Found an interesting band with free music: http://music.download.com/moosefrog/360 ... sug_artist

Then again, I have slowly taken a likening to Trip Hop/ambient music. Good stuff. :)
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:00 pm

Some really nice full length DJ mixes for the Breakbeat junkies - very, very nice :D

http://www.djshagz.com/
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:06 pm

Dance music mixes - available from http://www.mixupload.com

Deep House (135)
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Drum n bass (31)
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Ragga Jungle (11)
House Dance (36)
Trance Dance (13)
Techno Dance (7)
Groove Dance (10)
Hard Dance (10)
Lounge (11)
ChillOut (46)
Trip Hop (6)
Jazzy Beats (10)
Ambient (9)
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BreakBeat (69)
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Hip Hop (65)
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Postby SlyckScratch » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:27 pm

http://www.anthems.com/djmixes/
Ambient (8)
Baleric (1)
Chart (2)
Classic Mixes (29)
Club Cuts (34)
Darker Beats (4)
Disco (4)
Drum and Bass (22)
Eurobeat (7)
Funky (21)
Garage Grooves (9)
House Music (153)
Progressive (56)
Rave Choons (6)
Trance (37)
Various Vibes (19)


Dozens of DJ Mixes available at http://www.bangingtunes.com/misc/dj-mixes/

Techno + Drum 'n' Bass + Ambient D.J.
http://www.ontology.com/dj/

Deep House DJ MIxes
http://www.deephousepage.com/

http://www.trugroovez.com/dj-dance-mixes.htm
Underground Garage Mixes Underground Garage Mixes (11)
Deep House MixesFunky, Deep - House Mixes (10)
Various VibesVarious Vibe Mixes (8)
Trance MixesTrance Mixes (7)
Drum n' Bass MixesDrum & Bass/Jungle Mixes (7)
Club MixesClub Mixes (4)
Old Skool Rave MixesOld Skool Rave Mixes (2)
Chillout ambient MixesChillout / Ambient Mixes (1)
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Various full-length DJ Mixes
http://www.technomusic.com/

More DJ MIxes
http://www.the-reservoir.co.uk/music/

Links to more than 1000 Drum and Bass DJ Sets
http://www-user.rhrk.uni-kl.de/~friedel/dnbsets-2004-12-20.html

More than 200 DJ Mixes of breaks, 2 step, drum & bass
http://webjay.org/by/N6/breakdjmixes

58 Top Drum and Bass DJ Sets from some of the worlds top DJ's
http://www.liquidfunk.co.uk/djmixes.htm
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