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new podcast: Grey Area

by jason - Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:32pm

Grey-Area-300x300-C I'm spinning off the podsafe portion of my regular ol' WFMU radio show into a Free Culture-themed podcast called Grey Area. Each week I'll deliver "all the hits that fit" straight outta the Free Music Archive, plus conversations with guests about the grey area surrounding music and free culture in digital era.

The first episode features Eric Steuer from Creative Commons (also of Wired Magazine and the electronic/hip-hop group Meanest Man Contest). We talk about the licenses that facilitate sharing, openness and inGrey-area-144x400novation everywhere from The White House to Al Jazeera to the Free Music Archive to this very podcast.  We also talk about CBC Radio's recent decision to stop using Creative Commons music -- once a prominent feature of programs like Spark -- due to the usage restrictions of CC's more popular noncommercial licenses. To gain a better understanding of the situation, we crack open CC's recent Study of How the Online Population Understands “Noncommercial Use” and discuss how this might play into the future of Creative Commons. And speaking of The Future, the nonprofit organization is currently in the midst of their Superhero campaign, so we talk about some of the exciting things on the horizon.

Next week, we'll talk with Sam Brylawski, the co-author of The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States. It's a new congressionally-mandated study, and it's subtitled "A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age"...but wait, wasn't the digital revolution supposed to solve this problem? The former executive director of the National Recording Preservation Board will outline some of the hurdles that stand in the way of our utopian digital archive.

This podcast is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license, and features selected sounds from the ~25,000+ high-quality pod-safe mp3's available at http://freemusicarchive.org. The artwork remixes some sweet Greg Harrison designs.

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Grey Area Oct 18 2010 -- playlist / mp3

by jason - Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:36pm

PLAYLIST FOR Oct 18, 2010   MP3 - 128K |  Pop‑up player!

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Music behind DJ:
Lee Rosevere 
Do What You Can   Backtime  Happy Puppy Records  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC 
Beastie Boys  Now Get Busy   The WIRED CD: Rip. Sample. Mash. Share.  Wired Magazine  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons NC Sampling Plus 
KenLo Craqnuques  Lokombe Moka   Brun  Error-Broadcast  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC 
Los Amparito  El Barzón   Los Amparito Demo    Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 
Bird Names  People Should Get More Aware   Sings the Browns  Upset! The Rhythm  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 
Donkey  Quijote   Turm    Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC 
Karaoke Mouse  Shanghai Reggae (DJ Side's Alternate Take)   net Bloc vol. 20  BlocSonic  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 
 
Music behind DJ:
 
      music behind DJ includes: Glenny 417 - Biskopsgrden Night Life, Lee Rosevere - "Backtime" & "Stormbox", YACHT - Ring The Bell (instrumental), 6th Sense "Future Music Instrumental, Patrick Lee "Quittin Time" 
Eric Steuer  chat w/ Jason   Grey Area interview    Eric Steuer from Creative Commons
Listen With Sarah  Re Portofino   Cyclic Bits: The Raymond Scott Variations (V/A)  Chinstrap Music  Free Music Archive // "Although this work is FMA licensed, please contact the individual artists regarding any usage permissions." 
6th Sense  Future Music   It's Notherground!!  Notherground Music  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 
The Bavarian Druglords  Goldsoul   Homemade-LoFi-Psych: HLFP #4 Sound Explosions  HLFP  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 
Big Blood  For Four Beating Lungs   Already Gone II  Dontrustheruin  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 
BallPen  Anne Lisa goes to bed   The Dreams Trilogy  La bél netlabel  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 
Meanest Man Contest  Some People [Touane Mix]   Thank You [V/A]  CASH Music  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 
Eusebio  What An Amazing Flight   ONE  Local Records (Romania)  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 
                                    

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RE: new podcast: Grey Area

by cusqu - Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:35am

Great show, Jason, I enjoyed both the playlist and the chat With Eric Steuer.

And I have to say, I really appreciate your contributions to FMA forum, I could see this place being a regular stop for me in the future from here on, so thanks.

Nick

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Thanks so much Nick! Playlist for Oct 25 below.

And next Monday's podcast (which actually airs on the FM dial this Thursday a.m.) I'm looking for somebody to chat HADOPI...France's HADOPI office has not responded to my inquiry and neither has the author of La Bataille Hadopi...anyone have suggestions??

 

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October 25, 2010: Sound Preservation: at Risk in the Digital Age? w/ Sam Brylawski

All the music in this program is available on a seven-inch vinyl record. It can also be downloaded from freemusicarchive.org.

This week's guest is Sam Brylawski, the co-author of The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States. This congressionally-mandated study is ominously subtitled "A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age"...But wait, wasn't the digital revolution supposed to solve this problem? The former head of Library of Congress' Recorded Sound Section will outline some of the hurdles that stand in the way of our utopian digital archive.




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Artist Track Album Label Comments
El Jesus de Magico  Unclean Ghost   7''  Columbus Discount Records 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
These Hills of Gold  Free Association   These Hills of Gold EP [HPR45-410]  HappyParts Recordings 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Bobb Trimble  One Mile From Heaven (short version)   Ltd Edition 7''  Mexican Summer 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
So Cow  Moon Geun Young   7''  Almost Ready 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
interview with Sam Brylawski
  Interview with Sam Brylawski       co-author of the new study, The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States:A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age

Brylawski also oversees the Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Records
 
Debo Band & Kidid  Adderech Arada (Kiddid Remix)   7''  Electric Cowbell 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Measles Mumps Rubella  Zusammen Mit Motown   7''  M'alady'S  
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
Black Math  Walking at Night   7''  Lost Space 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Lemon Dots  Sunrise Surprise   Girl in Motion 7''  Labor of Love 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
El-G  Armelle   Armelle 7''  Le Vilain Chien 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Music behind DJ:
 
      backing tracks throughout the show include:
Lee Rosevere - Backtime, Stormbox and Get the Chevy
Glenny 417 - Biskopsgården Night Life
6th sense - Future Music Instrumental
 

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Grey Area Podcast / Playlist for Nov 1st

by jason - Tue Nov 2, 2010 2:47pm

November 1, 2010: talkin' HADOPI w/ Jérémie Zimmermann (of laquadrature.net)

Artist Track Album Label Comments
Dan Melchior Und Das Menace  A Wizard Doesn't Need a Computer   Das Menace: Unreleased / Rarities    Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Karl Blau  Crucial Contact   Zebra  K Records  Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
  interview with Jérémie Zimmermann from laquadrature.net       interview with Jérémie Zimmermann from laquadrature.net about HADOPI
 
Vicnet  Mr. Hadopi   Mr. Hadopi  Da ! Heard It Records  Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Mudboy  Half Wasted Track 3   Half Ice Half Wasted (Mudboy Beats II)  Free Matter for the Blind   Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Nambavan  Podruga Soldata   Chechnya on a dance floor  WM Recordings  Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
Kiila  Kevätlaulu   Tuota Tuota  Fonal  Kiila Remix Contest @ FMA!
 
The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black  Jesus Christ Vampire   Home of the Brave    Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
Las Ruinas  Fashion City   Butano    Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
Magic Hammer  Dance On Fire: Retribution   Most Extreme Ultimate Thunder    Free Music Archive

Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
  

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next podcast (which airs on the http://wfmu.org/playlists/JI tomorrow 9am-12noon ET) 

"Living in the Age of Art Vs Content"
Matt LeMay is a writer, musician, coder and generally thinky/talky dude. His latest article, "Living in the Age of Art vs Content", is an in-depth answer to the question Zach Baron posed in the Village Voice: "Is It Possible to Sell Out in 2010?". We'll try not to say too many brand names over the course of this 12-minute convo

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RE: new podcast: Grey Area

by jason - Mon Nov 8, 2010 9:13pm

November 8, 2010: Art vs. Content w/ Matt LeMay

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Lucky Dragons  Power Melody   Open Power 12'' EP  Teenage Teardrops  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Dustin Wong  Anniversary Song   Let It Go  Watercolor  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
 
Art vs. Content w/ Matt LeMay

Matt LeMay is a writer, musician, coder and generally thinky/talky dude. His latest article, "Living in the Age of Art vs Content", is an in-depth answer to the question Zach Baron posed in the Village Voice: "Is It Possible to Sell Out in 2010?", and to Steve Albini dissin Sonic Youth for their Major Label move. Also referenced: Henry Rollins video and this NY Times article
   talkin Art vs Content w/ Matt LeMay         backing tracks include
Ja Prawn - "Gearworm"
Lee Rosevere - "Backtime" and "Stormbox"
Broke For Free - "Calm the Fuck Down"
Patrick Lee - "Quittin' Time"
 
 
 
Pierced Arrows  In My Brain   Straight to the Heart  Tombstone  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
The Paparazzi  The Rococo Tape   Ampeater's BreakThruRadio Compilation  Ampeater Music  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
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My Teenage Stride  Dr. Dayglo   5 new songs     Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
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Transmitters  Radio Studente   Count Your Blessings (1987-1989)  You Are Not Stealing Records  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND

big shout out to Katya/Oddio Overplay for introducing Portugal's You Are Not Stealing Records to the FMA!
 
 
G.G. Allin's Dick  Chaos Theory for a Box of Toys   King of the Road  You Are Not Stealing Records  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
James Yates  A72   Bad Panda #54  Bad Panda Records  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Blah Blah Blah  In the Army   Gold Collection  Blah Records  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Mastermind XS  Memories of a Machine   One Dub Many Roots  LCL (LibreCommeLair)  Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
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Raleigh Moncrief  Cheese Steak   Vitamins EP    Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC
 
 

 

 

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ArtistTrackAlbumLabelCommentsNew
Debmaster  Clap Your Head   Grossmutter  Cock Rock Disco 
Free Music Archive
 
  
 
Music behind DJ:
YACHT 
I'm In Love With a Ripper (instr)   See Mystery Lights (Instrumentals)  DFA 
Free Music Archive // CC BY-NC-SA
 
  
 
Dave Haynes interview
Dave Haynes  interview with Jason   at Idle Hands Bar NYC, Nov 9th 2010    

Dave Haynes is VP Business Development for SoundCloud and was recently listed by the British Council as one of the UK's Young Music Entrepreneurs. He is also the founder of Music Hack Day and OpenMusicMedia, which hit NYC this week for a free discussion on "Music Discovery: Humans vs Hackers". The OMM event took place at the Lower East Side bar formerly known as Robots, where -- after a few whiskeys -- Jason caught up with Dave to chat about open source, freemium, Justin Bieber, and the music industry's slow embrace of technological innovation.

 
  
 
Spinnaface  Dansu ga Suki   Music For The People    
Free Music Archive // CC BY-NC-SA
 
 
Stealing Orchestra  Uma Pândega de Paranóias, Fobias e Mania da Perseguição   Bu!  You Are Not Stealing Records   
You Are Not Stealing Records @ Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Kraus  Beloved Girlfriend   Faster than the Speed of Time  Dilettante Courtoisie 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
File Under Toner    This Is The End, Beautiful Friend     

Are the hiss, crackles, and pops on records protected by copyrights? This controversial project by File Under Toner (Anki Toner, founder of Hazard Records, the free public domain label) posed the question and got into some trouble. [via Oddio Overplay] 

 
Dan Melchior und Das Menace  Summer in Siberia   Catbirds & Cardinals  Northern Spy 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Montañas  Andrín   7''  La Bisogno 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Sibirskaya Vechora  Muzyky Vyryazukhi Moi (My Musical Instruments Carved Out of Wood)   Muziki, Viryazukhi Moi  CECartslink.org   
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Jay Tholen  Hashivenu   Control Me  Ubiktune   
Free Music Archive feature by True Chip Til Death // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Boodle Boy  Entitled   Boodle Boy     
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
8Bitch  In the Moog for Love   Jus Like Music and Apple Juice Break present: Oscillations Part 2  Jus' Like Music Records 
Free Music Archive // CC BY-NC-ND
 
 

 

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RE: new podcast: Grey Area

by jason - Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:46pm

December 6, 2010: Journey to the Moon -- after 1 week off, meaning 2 weeks' worth of fantastic new additions to the FMA, I had a lot of good music to play for you!

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ArtistTrackAlbumLabelCommentsNew
Sun Araw  Last Chants   Off Duty 12''  Woodsist  Free Music Archive   
Jason Forrest  Goldbluff   Utopia EP  Deathbomb ARc 
Free Music Archive
 
 
 
Music behind DJ:
Revolution Void 
Obscure Terrain   Increase the Dosage    Free Music Archive   
Satanicpornocultshop  The Sex Omens of China   Kesalan Patharan e.p.  UpitUp  Free Music Archive   
Atlas Sound  Lanterns   Bedroom Databank Vol 1   
Atlas Sound Retains Control of Bedroom
 
 
Winter Drones  Winnie Cooper's Bones  Blood in the Coffin LP  Weird Forest  Free Music Archive   
Metal Mountains  Structures in the Sun   Golden Trees  Amish Records  Helen Rush, P.G. Six, Samara Lubelski all formerly of Tower Recordings Free Music Archive   
Quint Baker  Hand   Psychic Cat'z Golden Fleece  Kill Mommy Records  but we found it on "Best of Breitband Vol.1" Free Music Archive welcomes Breitband from Deutschlandradio Kultur!   
John Badger & The Mustache Riders of Doom  Faust Reaches The Crossroads   Saint Carbonarius Speaks  John Badger Farms  Free Music Archive   
Angels in America    E.M.S.  self-released  Free Music Archive   
Krestovsky  Acre   Looks(ee)  self-released  Free Music Archive   
Chocolate Chips  Feel for the Industry   Cancel My Appointments  self-released  Free Music Archive   
Digi G'Alessio  Morning Jam with Darth Vader   The Cinar Session  Bedroom Research  Free Music Archive   
DjCode  Journey to the Moon   Journey EP  Música Vermella  we found it on Best of Breitband v1   
Cancelled  Iron Beiden   Festino  Das Andere Selbst  FMA   
Daddy Scrabble  Flying Pea v1   Thingy  Black Lantern Music  Free Music Archive   
 
Music behind DJ:
Revolution Void 
Obscure Terrain / Weekend Amnesia   Increase the Dosage    Free Music Archive 

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RE: new podcast: Grey Area

by jason - Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:50pm

November 22, 2010: talkin' Girl Talk, Sampling, Fair Use and Illegal Art w. Peter DiCola -- 

On November 14th, the Illegal Art label dropped All Day, the first release in over two years by the world's most renowned mashup artist Girl Talk. The free, purportedly "Creative Commons" release is a pop culture kaleidoscope with 372 overlapping samples of songs by the likes of The Rolling Stones, Prince, Nirvana and Beyoncé. Girl Talk claims this is a transformative fair use, and we'd like to believe him, but then again, it was released on a label called "Illegal Art". So why hasn't Girl Talk been sued?

We'll address this question and more with law professor Peter DiCola, an expert on copyright law’s regime for digital sampling, and co-author (with Kembrew McLeod) of the forthcoming book Creative License: Digital Sampling, Culture, and the Law.


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ArtistTrackAlbumLabelCommentsNew
Karen Cooper Complex  Jerkin' Pretty   Shinjuku Birdwalk [1981]  Artifacts/yclept 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Bum Creek  Bollywood   The Sound Of Young Canberra [V/A]  New Weird Australia 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Kidkaneivel  Zo0o0o0p!!! feat. Oddisee   Jus Like Music & Apple Juice Break present: Oscillations Part 2  Jus' Like Music Records 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
ACT  ESPioNS   Revenge Toy   
Dogmazic's FMA mix // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
 
Music behind DJ:
Smoked Meat Fax Machine 
Slums of Heaven   Slums of Heaven  Ancient Robot 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Girl Talk  Jump On Stage   All Day  Illegal Art 
Girl Talk @ Illegal Art //
All Day Samples dot com // 
Creative Commons BY-NC
 
 
 

talking Girl Talk w/ Peter DiCola

On November 14th, the Illegal Art label dropped All Day, the first release in over two years by the world's most renowned mashup artist Girl Talk. The free, purportedly "Creative Commons" release is a pop culture kaleidoscope with 372 overlapping samples of songs by the likes of The Rolling Stones, Prince, Nirvana and Beyoncé. Girl Talk claims this is a transformative fair use, and we'd like to believe him, but then again, it was released on a label called "Illegal Art". So why hasn't Girl Talk been sued?

We'll address this question and more with law professor Peter DiCola, an expert on copyright law’s regime for digital sampling, and co-author (with Kembrew McLeod) of the forthcoming book Creative License: Digital Sampling, Culture, and the Law.

 
Sushishooshamp  Funambule (hip-hop version)      
Dogmazic's FMA mix // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
Amanda  Up Against the Wall Redneck Mama   Power Child FMA Sampler   
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
 
The Sediment Club  Panic Berlin Fun   Live at WFMU on Talk's Cheap 7/7/2009   
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Mazing Vids  Could You Die   Drastic Mirth  Stricken Records 
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Sharitah Manush  Beyond the Universe   Dogmazic mix   
Free Music Archive // Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
 
 
Hayvanlar Alemi  Guarana Superpower  Demolar 2007-2008   
if you think this sounds good, you should hear this Turkish group's new Sublime Frequencies LP!
 

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Thursday, December 16th, 9am - Noon on WFMU: Paul Boutin: "The Age of Music Piracy Is Officially Over"

Will 2010 go down as the year people quit downloading music illegally? Guest Paul Boutin writes about social networks and digital media for the New York Times, reviews books for the Wall Street Journal, and his latest Wired Magazine essay declared that "The age of stealing music via the Internet is officially over". Boutin describes how technological innovations have made the prospect of paying for digital music way more appealing than it was in Napster's heyday. But even as the hand of law came down this year against popular filesharing websites like Limewire and the Pirate Bay, Pirate Party leader Rick Falkvinge made quite the opposite declaration: "File sharing is increasing every day and the only thing this means is that more and more people will try to hide what they are doing on the internet." We'll discuss where things stand with music piracy as 2010 comes to a close. 

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 December 14, 2010: Computer Magic, Dark Country Magic, Teknodrama, Scum Anthem etc

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Computer Magic  Hiding From Our Time   Hiding From Our Time EP  self-released 
Free Music Archive
 
 
Female  Bugruf   Jackoff  self-released 
Free Music Archive
 
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Big Blood  Reverse Hymnal   Dark Country Magic  Dontrustheruin 
Free Music Archive
 
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Yeyo Moroder  Mississippi Teknodrama   Rex Is For Records - 5 Years Compilation Vol.2  Umor Rex 
Free Music Archive
 
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Music behind DJ:
Vate 
Cachonda   Cachonda  Vate     
Sewn Leather  Scum Anthem   Sewn Leather CS  Night People 
Free Music Archive
 
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Liar  Upghostery   2999  Peppermill Records 
Free Music Archive
 
 
Neeva  E si rese immediatamente conto di come sarebbero andate le cose   E non sai quanto ci penso  La bél netlabel 
Free Music Archive
 
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Serigala Jahanam  Beautiful Zinc Faceless Lady   Kekacauan Dalam Empat Cara [V/A]  Hujan Rekords 
Free Music Archive
 
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Sam Gas Can  Manananggal   Aswang 7"  Faux-Pas / Ozonokids / Feeding Tube 
Free Music Archive
 
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Harpoon Forever  Creedence Pattern   Creedence Pattern / Maya Angelou  self-released 
Free Music Archive
 
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Music behind DJ:
Vate 
Cachonda       Free Music Archive  

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 December 20, 2010: Paul Boutin re: The Age of Music Piracy is Officially Over

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
GDFX  excerpt   Altered Ego  Infinite Limbs / Little Fury Things 
Free Music Archive
 
 
Learning Music  Larger (feat. Andrew Aged)   LMM 3.8 - LARGER  Community Pool Tapes 
Free Music Archive
 
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Mac 68K  Sum Beat   Experimental Apple   
Music Composed in HyperCard
 
 
 

Paul Boutin: "The Age of Music Piracy Is Officially Over"

Will 2010 go down as the year people quit downloading music illegally? Guest Paul Boutin writes about social networks and digital media for the New York Times, reviews books for the Wall Street Journal, and his latest Wired Magazine essay declared that "The age of stealing music via the Internet is officially over". Boutin describes how technological innovations have made the prospect of paying for digital music way more appealing than it was in Napster's heyday. But even as the hand of law came down this year against popular filesharing websites like Limewire and the Pirate Bay, Pirate Party leader Rick Falkvinge made quite the opposite declaration: "File sharing is increasing every day and the only thing this means is that more and more people will try to hide what they are doing on the internet." We'll discuss where things stand with music piracy as 2010 comes to a close.

backing tracks: Golden Hits "Troptr Zure" // Glenny 417 "Biskopsgården Night Life" // YACHT "Ring The Bell (instrumental) // Vate "Cachonda" // Lee Rosevere "Stormbox" & "Backtime" // Broke For Free "Calm The Fuck Down"
all available for free downloads under Creative Commons licenses from the Free Music Archive

Single Bullet Theory  Rockers Night Out   SBT: 1977-1980  Artifacts/yclept 
70s power-pop vs 80s new wave music industry
 
 
My Mind  A New Man, My Life Coach, He Shine   Path Masher   
Free Music Archive
 
 
Jóvenes y Sexys  El Reloj (El Tiempo Se Nos Va María y José Remix)   Bruno Remixed EP  Poni Republic 
Free Music Archive
 
 
Music For Your Plants  Air Koryo   MFYP EP   
Free Music Archive
 
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Schizoïd Bass  A Tree Story   Free Juke Box  Dog-Eared Music 
Free Music Archive
 
 
Chandeliers  Candy Apple   Roulé EP  Captcha Records (formerly HBSP-2X) 
Free Music Archive
forthcoming (2011) split w/ Mahjongg
 
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Fancy Mike  Death Proof   Fantastique [STOP 2X2 #04]  Stereóptico 
Peppermill's Favorite Free MP3s of 2010
 
 
Mochipet  Petdestroyer   2999  Peppermill Records 
Free Music Archive
Peppermill's 2999 page
 
 
Greg Davis  Flurries   8bit EP  8bitrecords 
2010 Favorites from Cameron Parkins of Creative Commons
  

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