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Calm The Fuck Down by Broke For Free

Album Description

Released:September 1st, 2010


Slam Funk spans many genre's but is built on solid beats and clean production. The main influence is underground electronic but gets into hip hop, funk, dance, house and synthpop. I try to make music that is memorable, something that grows on you. I bet if you give it a shot, a song will grab your attention. I've put a lot of time, energy and thought into this project and give it to you FOR FREE. So enjoy! 

My music is licensed under Creative Commons, so feel free to sample, remix, re-edit, sing over or chop and screw all you want, all I ask is for some credit 

SLAM FUNK -released August 26th, 2010 produced by Thomas Cascino with ableton live, live instruments, vocal samples and a Kaossilator-synth 

Mastered by Justin Weis of Trakworx


Calm The Fuck Down by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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katya-oddio on 04/04/11 at 10:08PM
This is a fantastic track for moving. I've incorporated it into my spastic morning "workout." The title has become a running joke, part of the lingo at Oddio World Headquarters. Thanks for both of those things and for making and sharing this!
RaymondBurtonDotCom on 07/22/12 at 02:11PM
Great stuff. Going to share this one with my listeners to get them moving.
NATUREinHS on 03/03/13 at 07:00PM
Thanks for licening that song under a CC license.
I used your song in one oft my videos:
garycruz on 02/10/14 at 07:47PM
Awesome track! I used it for my Cycling video via CC and linked back to this page. Thank you for sharing!
panda-zebra on 03/18/18 at 09:25PM
Amazing track, using it in my Atari Jaguar game. The game is basically built around it, couldn't think of a better track anywhere than this, perfection!
llyzabeth on 07/26/18 at 07:47PM
We used a clip from this on this week's podcast, thank you for making it available!
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