Recent FMA Blog Posts
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JJMusiio on 10/01/2018 at 10:36PM
Ever wondered how films would turn out without any sort of background music? Would be awfully different huh!
Cinematic (or Film) music is one of my favourite genres purely because it has the capacity to paint picturesque cinematographic landscapes through sound. It never fails to amaze me how something so aural could transcend our ears with such powerful visual elements.
With our AI, we have curated a cinematic music playlist to provide you with the perfect refuge of sound, just enough to invoke your emotions and imagination.
My favourite in this playlist is Periculum by Kai Engel. I’m not sure if it was because it was raining whilst I was putting this together but this one gave me massive feels.
P.S. Best recommended with a good book.
Sara_Afonso_1551 on 10/01/2018 at 09:49AM
So, if you're still courageous, listen to "Tears From Mars"!
Thank you for listening!
Rocco_Granata_1176 on 09/24/2018 at 06:10AM
Modern Times is second musical work by Rocco Granata, italian composer based in Rome. This release contains 5 tracks. The first two songs In my Bed and Change me are sung by LeoWood. The fourth song is a remix of song Lullaby contained in the album Works. The tracks Daedalus and People Live In A Box are written for piano and cello. As in the previous work, a pianist and a cello player have contributed to the album recording. The nicknames they've chosen are Thomas Munz (piano), a homage to Thomas Müntzer, historical figure of the 16 th century and one of the protagonists of Luther Blisset's novel “Q”, and Lita Rodcenko (cello), which is a made up name. Lita, as a homage to Lita Ford, metal guitarist, and Aleksandr Rodcenko, artist and father of the Russian constructivism. For more information go to www.roccogranata.it
Simon_Mathewson_1429 on 09/24/2018 at 05:22AM
Thanks to everyone who voted for Silicon Transmitter's "don't creep me out" for track of the year, 2018: https://ccmusicawards.com/
Taken from the album "Layers": https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Silicon_Transmitter/Layers_1860/
cheyenne_h on 09/21/2018 at 05:48AM
A languid, irreverent album, Teal Clods from Tim's House balances between psychedelic and psychotic. With lo-fi vocals, tambourines and steady rhythms to keep things marching on, Dark Meat has released a collection of tracks from various points in their past. Now you, too, can enjoy the fruits of their time spent at Tim's house with a lot of free time and a 4-track recorder. Not for the faint of heart, squares, or anyone offended by strong language.
According to their liner notes, "In terms of our song-oriented material, that's where we were at our freest, weirdest, most acid-fried and experimental. And shakiest and funniest and most fucked-up too. But, hey, that beans-and-rice combo of fearlessly pushing it and pathetically caving-in was always our thing: musically, socially, financially, psychically. You best believe it was by design, too, Jack."
Tune in below or listen to the whole album here:
cheyenne_h on 09/19/2018 at 04:14PM
Straight from the underground (literally, figuratively and musically), this new compilation is a bit of a head-scratcher but definitely intriguing for its topic alone: fungi! Nenormalizm Records has compiled a 21-track long album and released it into the wild: the Fungi Compilation. Each track, by a different artist, is named after something related to mushrooms - from colloquial names like "Destroying Angel" to the mycelium itself (the 'root system' of filaments that transfer nutrients and where mushrooms sprout from). If you like a micro-dose of science with your glitchy electronic tunes, this is the compilation for you! If it's not your thing, there's a veritable smorgasbord of other music to check out in our collection. If you're curious, take a bite out of the sample tracks below:
cheyenne_h on 09/18/2018 at 09:52AM
Toy Sounds, Vol. 1 is like espresso for your headphones (or at least a sugar buzz)! This jaunty electronic album will scratch your mid-tempo itch and sports a few crispy samples here and there to liven it up even more. Build-ups, bouncy beats, and bubbly bass bump along while high-end drips and drops keep things moving at a quick pace. This belongs in every video game enthusiast's collection or anyone looking for fast-paced electronic tracks to keep them company at work or at play.
The latest release to FMA from the prolific Chicagoan, Captive Portal, is the 19th album he's added to FMA - we can't wait to hear what he comes up with next!
TAGGED AS:captive portal
cccommunitymusicawards on 09/17/2018 at 06:58AM
We are pleased to announce the superlatives for the 2018 Creative Commons Community Music Awards! This time, it's up to you. Cast your vote and decide who will take home the awards. Voting will close December 1, 2018. Vote here: https://goo.gl/forms/J92zr9ptdtDbspY33
Sara_Afonso_1551 on 09/14/2018 at 06:51AM
Ladies and gentlemen, dear listeners and lovers of free music, welcome!
"Jupiter Freak Show" is composed in the style of the music of the opening theme of this tv series.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, don't be scared and please, listen to "Jupiter Freak Show"!
Thank you for listening!
PS: I'm French so I may do some spelling mistakes...
TAGGED AS:sara afonso, alternative hip-hop, soundtrack, experimental, american horror story, See More...
nokomisite on 09/11/2018 at 05:00AM
Now available on FMA, the 2018 'Boot Magna' releases by New Jersey's Lazy Salon (aka Sean Byrne). Boot Magna is a compilation of new works in progress, remixes of existing Lazy Salon tracks, and unreleased elements from the archives. All instrumental, all psychedelic and all created through a process of merging recent & older elements to create new music.