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WM Recordings

WM Recordings is an independent record label, operating from Heerlen, the Netherlands.

We bring you an eclectic mix of styles, from Pop to Free Jazz, from Afrobeat to Progressive Rock. We do not specialize in one style, but instead bring you exciting sounds that you're not likely to find anywhere else.

Our releases are available from all major download stores - iTunes, eMusicimage-2331214-10364534, Amazon, Napster, Rhapsody, etc. - but we also release free album downloads in mp3 format.

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WM_Recordings on 11/07/2013 at 02:00AM

Happy Birthday to WM Recordings!

WM Recordings celebrates its 9th birthday today! On November 7, 2004, we released our very first compilation "Water, Wind and Sails" featuring 16 tracks inspired by water. Over 120 free album releases have followed since then, all available here on the Free Music Archive.

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WM_Recordings on 11/07/2009 at 01:50PM

WM Recordings celebrates 5th birthday and 100th free release

Five years, 100 free albums, nearly 1000 free tracks. That's WM Recordings in a nutshell for you.

We celebrate our fifth birthday with the release - yes, our 100th! - of a special compilation of cover versions, remixes, and tracks about free, legal music. We hope you'll celebrate with us.

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katya-oddio on 04/29/10 at 06:10PM
Thank you, WM Recordings for the more than 100 (!) free albums and for your reasonably priced catalog. You bring hidden artists to the ears of the world. Thank you for your years of hard work.
Jared C. Balogh on 11/07/13 at 06:20PM
Thank you Marco!
adal2007 on 05/10/15 at 11:22PM
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:

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