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katya-oddio on 11/04/2010 at 05:00PM

You Are Not Stealing Records

This week the catalog of Portugal based netlabel You Are Not Stealing Records was added to the Free Music Archive.

The following mix pulls some easy favorites from many of the YANSR albums on the FMA. You will want to jump around in the mix to find items you enjoy, because a broad spectrum of genres are covered.

These include Ambient, Ambient Electronic, Avant-Garde, Blues, Chip Music, Classical, Composed Music, Electronic, Experimental, Experimental Pop, Field Recordings, Folk, Goth, Indie-Rock, Industrial, Lounge, Metal, New Wave, Noise, Noise-Rock, Polka, Post-Rock, Punk, Reggae - Dub, Rock, Rockabilly, Sound Collage, and Surf.

That's a lot of ground for one label! Enjoy!



jason on 11/04/10 at 09:18PM
thank you for introducing You Are Not Stealing Records to the FMA -- it's an incredible label! I like everything I've heard so far, and a great range of sounds, lots to dig into...this mix is a great starting point!

now playing: Dr. Phibes and The Ten Plagues of Egypt -- "An experimental union of classical works and metal"
ilbiscom on 11/06/10 at 02:13PM
thanks for sharing this :)
Rico on 11/07/10 at 12:38AM
You Are Not Stealing Records was one of the first labels to share tracks on dogmazic's archive, in 2005.
Their music is incredible, unique, bizarre! I do not recommand it for relaxation pupose :-D
katya-oddio on 11/07/10 at 04:33PM
True for a lot of the releases, Rico. There are several releases on this label I would recommend for relaxation, though, such as:

+ Party People in a Can: Way off, where the Spirits are

+I.T.B.A.: In Rain... I Wonder

+ worriedaboutsatan: Worriedaboutsatan

+ most of Various Artists at You Are Not Stealing Records: You Are Not Stealing Bor Land

+ Sparkles: Saleko

+ and maybe even the field recording of amphibians by Antero --
Luís Antero: Sinfonia Amphibia
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