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ange on 09/09/2013 at 02:05PM

Music for Video: Back to School

The colors outside are changing, and this collection of driving rock, electronic and experimental pop instrumentals are here to help tell stories of change and progress.

This is a Music for Video collection for tucking away your swimsuit, taking out a fresh pencil, and getting back to work. Click on the artist names to visit their page on the Free Music Archive. Many of them can be contacted there for more permissions, or to simply share a link to your new creations.

1. krackatoa (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - Starting a journey and looking cool doing it. This song title and album art refers to the story of Noah's ark, and the track appropriately evokes sonic waves and a sense of fulfilling one's destiny.

2. Los Amparito (websiteCC BY-NC-SA) - The beginning of this song is an echo of chimes (perfect for a bumper), and then stereo dueling guitars take over. You won't get sick of this song no matter how many times you play it.

3. Fields of Ohio (website, CC BY-SA) - Steady driving drums begin this song and lock you in. Then faint voices emerge repeating something that sounds like, "tomorrow." Turn this on when you have homework to begin and want to fall into a productive trance.

4. Peter Gresser (websiteCC0) - A funky jam that makes you want to pick up a joystick or leap on a treadmill. Licensed for the public domain via the Open Game Bundle, you can do whatever you'd like with this track including using it in your video games.

5. MrJuan (websiteCC BY) - Giggle! This is a study break dance track for hip shaking and head nodding. Things are going well, and energy abounds.

6. Thiaz Itch (website, CC BY-NC-SA) - An intriguing flute kicks off this track and tells a story throughout. Many other instruments emerge, including a delightful güiro. This song is part of an album perfect for using in cartoons or animated shorts.

 

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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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