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happypuppyrecords on 09/20/2013 at 03:00PM

Manos: The Remix of Fate

Manos: The Remix of Fate is still seeking submissions for their October compilation! Recently, Benjamin Solovey found a pristine work-print of the infamous bad film and has restored it for upcoming release on Blu-Ray and DVD. He also put up the soundtrack for free (pay what you wish) download on Bandcamp and the Free Music Archive under a BY-NC-SA license, which includes music cues and dialogue. 

Happy Puppy Records would like to celebrate this release by asking the Creative Commons music community to download the soundtrack and remix it! Any genre, any style... just no explicit adult material please. By submitting, you agree to license your track under the same BY-NC-SA license. If you include outside samples in your remix, please ensure they are of a similar sharable license.

Send your remix via dropbox, wetransfer, soundcloud or email if it's less than 25 mbs. 320 Mp3s or FLACs only. Deadline for entries is October 1, 2013 so we can have it ready for Halloween, which will please the Master!

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ange on 03/28/2013 at 12:30AM

Music for Video: April Showers

Photo by Alex Jacobi

This is Snoop Dog's favorite Music for Video collection, because it's perfect for drizzle.

A mix of mellow, reflective and moody songs, perfect for watching Spring rainstorms outside your window. It's like lying upside down off the edge of your bed thinking about someone far away. Like walking home early in the morning, after sleeping somewhere you shouldn't have, while the streets are still wet. It's a mix that makes you want to throw away all your adderall and start feeling again.

1. Gillicuddy (websiteCC BY-NC) - Simple minimalist folk played with extreme sincerity. The sound of flowers growing out of wet soil.

2. Podington Bear (websiteCC BY-NC) - There is an entire world and an epic tale within this song. If you like this, then you might also like the huge library of instrumental albums Podington Bear offers for non-commercial use. Contact the artist for more permissions.

3. Chris Zabriskie (websiteCC BY) - You're trying so hard to make things work, but you just can't get it together. Contact the artist for more permissions.

4. Candlegravity (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - The soundtrack to your long distance relationship. A voice enters about a minute in and repeats throughout the song.

5. Augustus Bro & Gallery Six (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - Music for finding beauty in something ordinary. I'm pretty sure this was the song playing during the paper bag scene in American Beauty.

6. LASERS (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - Music for taking in the world around you, feeling connected and distant all at once.


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katya-oddio on 03/08/2013 at 01:00PM

Battleship Potemkin Revisited

Battleship Potemkin 1925 film poster by the Stenberg Brothers (one of the highest price valued film posters of all time)

Members of the international avant-garde collective Apskaft worked together to create a soundtrack for Battleship Potemkin, one of the most important films of all time. The soundtrack is now hosted by the Free Music Archive.

Battleship Potemkin (Russian: Броненосец «Потёмкин», Bronenosets Potyomkin) is a 1925 silent film directed by genius filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein and produced by Mosfilm. It presents a dramatized version of the 1905 mutiny when the crew of the Russian battleship Prince Potemkin rebelled against their Tsarist regime officers. Battleship Potemkin [IMDB] is considered one of the most important silent films and one of the most influential propaganda films. It was named the greatest film of all time at the Brussels World's Fair in 1958. The film continues to be a standard in film courses for Eisenstein's emphasis on montage, his depictions of violence, his stress of intellectual contact, and his treatment of the masses rather than the individual as protagonist.

Each scene of the film was scored by Apskaft artists and can be viewed with the full-length film after the jump and at the Internet Archive. An Apskafters e-magazine also accompanies the release of this soundtrack.

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starstudios on 02/07/2013 at 06:21AM

Starbase Studios needs Star Trek music.

Starbase Studios, Oklahoma City.

Starbase Studios is an Oklahoma City based indepentent studio for Star Trek fan films.  We are providing sets and props free of charge for anyone who wishes to produce their own Star Trek fan film.  The studio is part of an association of fan film producers that has a good working relationship with CBS/Paramount who own the Star Trek franchise.  Fan films are not allowed to make money from their productions, therefor the budget for most productions is very limited and all the time and labor is a tribute to the Star Trek series. 


All of the productions need music for their shows.  Starbase Studios would like to start a collection of music appropriate for Star Trek TOS (original series) shows.  Anyone willing to donate their music will be fully credited on our website and in each show it is used in.  Star Studios will also provide a link from our website to any donating artist site that would like one.  Remember, all music needs to be in the TOS style.


1. Instumental only.

2. Preferable Orchestral although not limited to it.

3. Loops/electronic tracks are not appropriate to the era.


These are only general guidlines as each production will choose their own music.


Anyone interested in help the project can contact us through our website,  Visit our website at



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ange on 12/29/2012 at 10:00AM

Music for Video: Snowfall Soundtrack

From the National Air & Space Museum Spy Technology Section via Wikimedia Commons

For our latest Music for Video selection, we offer a wintery mix of instrumental tracks perfect for your projects. The first half features a light dusting of gentle piano sounds full of nostalgia  As the mix grows into a full on blizzard, the tracks turn more dissonent and stressful, like a tree heavy with ice leaning over your roof. We hope this free mix helps kick off an exciting new year of projects.

Don't forget to send us links to your proud creations. We'd love to share them all over town.


1. Plurabelle (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - Synth music for watching the snow fall. Plurabelle is a Bucharest musician who finds inspiration in books, and his latest album is inspired by the Tom McCarthy novel Remainder.

2. Dexter Britain (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - A song so epic and full of feelings that it elevates the emotional significance of any footage or dialoge you place alongside it. This track is a producers 6-minute long fantasy, and the tour de force of a true soundtrack master. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available on Britain's website.

3. Aestrid Byrne (websiteCC BY-SA) - An elegant and thoughtful song written and performed on toy piano from Byrne's room in a Santiago clinic. Because her room could not accommodate a baby grand or upright piano, the toy piano was a tool-of-circumstance. She died in 1998, one month after making her album Laterna.

4. Marcel Pequel (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - Minimal piano music with a heavy nostalgia. Music for flash back sequences. Rosebud!

5. Orbique (websiteCC BY-SA) - Gentle electronic music for getting lost in your thoughts. Begins barely audible, and ends with a brief recorded dialogue.

6. Jahzzar (websiteCC BY-SA) - Young and optimistic 80s-style Synth Pop. Perfect soundtrack for a birthday montage.

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