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FREATS on 06/12/2013 at 01:25PM
FREATS – AKA THE FREE BEAT MP3 DOWNLOAD BLOG hosts the latest future hip hop beats, instrumentals, experimentals. All free mp3 downloads. All quality controlled.
FREATS was created as a place to curate the wealth of royalty free download future hip hop, electronic and experimental music available online. Mostly available from underground or emerging artists who are keen to promote their talents through sound hosting website Soundcloud in the hope their mp3 beats to go viral.
The blog is gaining more and more notoriety and the standard of music is ever increasing.
To take a listen to the FREATS most recent Soundcloud playlist
20130419125029393 on 05/03/2013 at 07:35AM
noisemaxim on 04/23/2013 at 10:01PM
Music of the got lost dreams among industrial drives, skyscrapers and old plants. Wall of the broken illusions and evil shouts of the desperate souls.
kulturterrorismus on 03/02/2013 at 03:38PM
After a lot of troubleshouting with musicians and labels of the genre neofolk, martial industrial and so on, we decided (december 2012) to close this section in kulturterrorimus! http://kulturterrorismus.de
tmray on 10/30/2010 at 08:06AM
I ask this question because my band Lorenzo's Music has been recording and mixing tracks for our new release, and sometimes while we're doing that we'll come up with a new idea for another song and end up spending the rest of our night working on that. The problem is, that new idea gets left at just that for the time being --an idea. Mainly because the next time we get together it's back to working on the songs for the album.
Now the other matter is that when we do finish one song for the album it sits and waits as we record, mix and master the next song for the album. And while we work on that... more and more songs wait for this whole process to end so they can all be released together.
One night we we're talking about how we release all of our stuff digitally anyway. So, why do we need to wait to release these songs?
In an internet world we think that indie bands like ourselves do not need to release songs in an old industry standard format. Why not treat the website as a label?
What we've decided to do is, just release our songs as singles on the website as we write them. After we've got a good number of them we might just put them out as a physical release, like a cd or vinyl for a limited run to pay the bills. But there is no reason we shouldn't just be sharing the music we write as we do it. I mean, that's the point right?
So that's our plan. Soon we will be releasing our first single from these songs.
In the meantime here's a track from our last release.