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Oddio Overplay began in the 1990s as a directory for music shared online. As technology grew, so did Oddio by hosting original music and radio shows. When netlabels first appeared, Oddio Overplay was right there to filter through all the sounds and connect listeners with new artists.

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Here are some of the albums Oddio has added to the WFMU Free Music Archive. Click the dots above the row of album covers to see the next rows. Here's hoping you find some albums and collections you love.

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Lights Out In The Habib Gallery
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katya-oddio on 10/18/2016 at 12:05PM

Diverse Instrumental Works

Recent instrumental albums additions to the FMA from Olga Scotland, Hermelin, and the artists from the Eklektik Sessions

For your listening pleasure, three predominantly instrumental albums are now part of the enormous Free Music Archive catalog. They could not be more diverse.

Various Artists (Eklektik Ensemble, Punkt, and Lutosławski Quartet) - Punkt Eklektik Session 1
Formal Class: Varied Classes
Classifications: Varied Genres; Downtempo; Progressive Art; Contemporary Composition
Nationality: Europe East: Poland: Warsaw

Olga Scotland (Ольга Шотландия) - Iron Flowers From Sirius
Formal Class: Art: Progressive
Classifications: Electronic; Flute; Contemporary Composition; Progressive Art; Experimental; Beats Trad; Ambient; Soundtrack; Score
Nationality: Europe East: Russia: Moscow

Hermelin - Hermelin (self-titled album)
Formal Class: Popular
Classifications: Rock; Post-Rock; Progressive Rock; Electric Guitar
Nationality: Europe West: Germany: Hannover

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katya-oddio on 10/18/2016 at 04:00AM

Caligari: An Exquisite Corpse

The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari) is a 1920 silent horror film considered the quintessential work of German Expressionist cinema. It tells the story of an insane hypnotist who uses a somnambulist to commit murders. The film style is creepy and features bizarre leaning, twisted, angular landscapes and sets.

To accompany the classic film, eleven composers from the Chain Tape Collective collaborated via exquisite corpse method to produce two entirely new soundtracks.

Those soundtracks are now housed at the Free Music Archive in time for Halloween. Artwork, liner notes, and more information are available from the Chain Tape Collective. The complete film with the new soundtracks is available for free download from the Internet Achive under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license.

Some of these Creative Commons licensed tracks may sync beautifully with the soundtrack for your Halloween festivities. Just try not to get creeped out of your skin.

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01
idiotprogrammer on 02/20/10 at 07:48AM
Hi, Katya, Nice to see a familiar name from Webjay days.

I've been hanging around jamendo but FMA looked interesting. Look forward to following your picks.

You might like my article I wrote about my favorite albums. http://www.imaginaryplanet.net/weblogs/idiotprogrammer/special/11-incredible-musicians-you-can-download-for-free-best-of-jamendo/

Out of Jamendo’s 29,000 free albums, I’ve listened to about 2200+ albums and downloaded 400+ musical albums for free. The article includes my 11 favorite.
02
Black Lantern Music on 12/23/10 at 01:30PM
Hi Katya, thanks for including some Black Lantern tracks on your 2010 selection - really enjoyed all the music you chose!
03
mirte86 on 02/02/11 at 02:48PM
Hello,

I would like to contact you about “The End: I am not here...” (by Aestrid Byrne)

I would like to use this song in my short animation project.
my email is [email protected]
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douglasawh on 05/28/12 at 01:55PM
We've played Oddio tracks on our podcast several times. Here's the latest example: http://www.musicmanumit.com/2012/05/music-only-120526-music-manumit-podcast.html

We'd like to have you on our show for an interview to talk about the great work you do. Please let me know if you are interested!
05
FifaCrack on 04/14/15 at 10:28AM
very interesting
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adal2007 on 05/10/15 at 11:17PM
Hi, i run a small open music archive project, we want to enter to FMA
(free music archive curator) seems a good fit for the music we do, mainly electronica and videogame music, here are five samples:
https://archive.org/download/FREE_background_music_dhalius/backsound.mp3
https://archive.org/download/FREE_background_music_dhalius/google%20maps.mp3
https://archive.org/download/FREE_background_music_dhalius/remember%20the%20old%20days.mp3
https://archive.org/download/FREE_background_music_dhalius/YEAH.mp3
https://archive.org/download/FREE_background_music_dhalius/WonderfulLights.mp3

thanks'¿´+
Adrian
[email protected]
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FIFACrackNet on 10/13/16 at 06:36AM
Thank you so much for the music. It feels good.
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MasdrSEO on 11/11/16 at 01:33PM
great job
thank you
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