“Library Music” (Used 14 times)
Bozoo on 06/14/2018 at 06:37AM
For its 37th release, Da ! Heard It Records sends your ears into orbit.
Why, who could these mysterious characters, the Fragilos, out to discover apparently unknown territories be? Take the time to follow their adventures through this UFO-reminiscent album that encapsulates a few instants of their stealthy existence in 13 pieces …
In the style of the illustrative discs of the seventies and eighties from which Phillippe Brown draws inspiration, the titles of this cassette’s compositions are clues themselves designed to stimulate the listeners’ imaginations. Thus, by holding the sleeve drawn up by Man Oroa while listening, each will be able to make up his or her own little story and discover the naïve-sounding, yet far from obvious, melodies.
One will thus go from one moon to the next without ever fully landing, floating softly above the ground among the bossa, zouk, or oriental rhythms and cinematographic atmospheres imprinted as much with second degree as with light melancholy.
Attracted to a musical era he didn’t experience but of which he uses the codes with style, Philippe has the characters evolve well beyond the musical frontiers we sometimes burden ourselves with. With this fictional original sound track at the crossroads of genres and eras, he visibly goes very far away, so far that everything leads us to believe that this dreamer of a musician most certainly has his head in the moon!
L’Alunissage des fragilos, the 37th release of Da ! Heard It Records is distributes under a Creative Commons License Y-NC-ND. The album is available for free listening and downloading at the following address: http://www.daheardit-records.net/en/discography/dhr-37
sardanpavlov on 10/31/2012 at 05:19PM
This week I reviewed Nouveaux Gymnastes, the debut collaboration from Polish composer Piotr Kurek, aka Pietnastka, and French drone musician Mika Perez, aka Sylvia Monnier. In the process of writing my review, I came across Kurek's earlier release, Dalia, released on the same enterprising Polish experimental label that handled the collaboration: Sangoplasmo Records. Since Dalia had sold out of its original cassette pressing, Kurek and Sangoplasmo both consented to having the album available here at the Free Music Archive. I called the thing "a sprawling and epic synthesis of experimental composition with the traditional melodies of eastern Europe", which - God willing - will read as an enthusiastic recommendation.
CameronMusic on 09/07/2012 at 11:38AM
In order to raise funds to finance the production of an album of Library Music I am pre-selling licenses for the album, enabling you to get an incredible deal on music for use in any project from short videos to feature films.
Each contributor will get a copy of the CD and.........
If you contribute £12 towards the album you will get 5 License credits, with each license credit enabling you to use 1 track in one project.
£22 will get you 15 credits and if you contribute £60 you will be get a blanket license to use any of the tracks in any project, forever, giving you unlimited pre-licensed music which you can use in anything from advertising to feature films.
The CD will have have over an hour of music covering a range of styles and moods from large orchestral pieces to smaller piano and string arrangements and each track will come in a full length, short (30 sec) and stab format.
The more people contribute the higher my budget for musicians so I would be grateful if you could spread the word as the more people involved the better the end product will be.
to view the promotional video which has various examples of my music or to contribute go to http://www.pleasefund.us/projects/cameronmusic-film-soundtrack-cd
to find out more about me or to use some of my pre-existing music and sound effects for free please go to http://www.cameronmusic.co.uk
katya-oddio on 11/17/2011 at 06:15PM
TSS Tortue Super Sonic has released, exclusively at the Free Music Archive, a deluxe version of his album B with a few new titles. B was originally released last year as a gift to a limited audience of TSS fans.
This new 17-track album, B 2.0, is made up of production music, also known as stock music or library music, and is pre-cleared for use in video, radio and other media under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license. The range of these TSS instrumental tracks includes spy movies, blaxploitation flicks, action scenes, and Westerns.
Give the album a listen to see how it might work for your A/V project. Enjoy the entire exclusive release here at the FMA, where you can also contact TSS for commercial use inquiries. A sampler of tracks from B 2.0 follows.