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The Cloud Player | Find and play all tracks from SoundCloud

by garret & 3 others
The Cloud Player is a web-based music player that let’s you... * Find and play all tracks from SoundCloud * Save playlists to your Google Account * Make smart playlists based on genre, BPM, etc * Share your ready-made playlists with your friends * Collaborate in making the best playlists ever


JamLegend - Music Gaming Unleashed

by 4004 & 2 others

Kim Cao Chanson française / Folk Rock / Reggae

by pac-recrutement

Kim Cao, auteur-compositeur éclectique et à fleur de mots, au grain de voix peu commun, navigue fièrement à travers les styles musicaux et les sensibilités. Jouant avec les phrasés comme avec les sens, il surprend, ose, et en impose... Le métissage incarne pour lui la conséquence naturelle de l'évolution de la musique actuelle; omniprésent et fédérateur, il emplit ses chansons d'un exotisme familier, un bol d'air frais pour les esprits éveillés à la richesse de la diversité. Kim Cao est à géométrie variable, c'est ce qui fait sa force. Sur scène, en formule guitare-voix, humour zébré en bandoulière, Kim dévoile son univers, touchant de réalité. Il se livre tout entier, et met en valeur chaque parole et chaque note par des silences chirurgicaux. A la fois puissant et mélodieux, émouvant et entraînant, cet artiste solo pénètre les blindages les plus coriaces, fait danser les plus réticents... Attisant notre énergie, Kim Cao nous transporte, nous élève, puis nous refait toucher terre avec ses textes cinglants. Menant seul sa barque sur le fleuve des productions musicales, il nous offre un contenu minimaliste et percutant.



DEBASER | music blog

by shulooo & 1 other
>>>> Music blog with a lot of mp3 links. Only good music, alternative music, britpop, indie rock, punk rock, electronic music, no mainstream...

Musique pour tous

by scolin73 & 1 other
Annuaire de mp3 à télécharger gratuitement et légalement (blues, jazz, pop, rock, hip-hop, rnb, classique, metal, electro,...)


HeirChex Digital Servicing-Chris Carder "You Came Along" (03:41)

by amosdettonville
Chris Carder's song, You Came Along, from his current release titled, "TRUST" on heirchex. The link plays a sample but downloads can be had for this and many other songs with a free registration.

Crudités Radio Show

by vodkacoca
Crudités Radio Show Freestyle / Hard House / Regional Mexican "enregistré dans les conditions du direct"

optimo nowave mix

by dfracheb
Mars - 3E DNA - You and You Teenage Jesus and The Jerks - Freud In Flop The Contortions - Contort Yourself The Fire Engines - Get Up And Use Me Blurt - Puppeteer Tools You Can Trust - Show Your Teeth Sonic Youth - Shaking Hell 8 Eyed Spy - Lazy In Love Pulsallama - On The Rag Arto / Neto - Pini, Pini Y Pants - That's The Way Boys Are ImpLOG - Breakfast Jill Kroesen - Fay Shism Blues

troubleman unlimited

by dfracheb
Troubleman Unlimited started as an offshoot (of sorts) to the often-misunderstood "Wanna Communicate?" fanzine. One cannot understand Troubleman Unlimited without first receiving a brief history lesson on the origins of "Wanna Communicate?". The fanzine was the brainchild of myself and Tom Curren, a fellow hardcore kid and student at St. Peter's College in Jersey City, NJ. The name "Wanna Communicate?" came from a poster I received for Christmas from my aunt. The poster depicts a monkey hanging from a branch by one hand, about to slip and fall to an untimely demise. Underneath the photo was the caption "Wanna Communicate?" This was an extremely clever take on the famous "Hang In There" posters of the day. I hung it on my wall in my room out of loyalty to my family (it's an Italian thing) next to the Black Flag Pettibone poster that came with the "The First Four Years" double LP set. The first issue was printed in an edition of 100 copies, and included the original demo tape of the upstart hardcore band Merel. John, the guitarist, paid for the production of the demo and we simply stuck it in with the fanzine. It sold out relatively quick which was a suprise to say the least, considering how much of a travesty it was. By the time the next issue came out, I had transferred to Jersey City State College (movin' on up!) and had fallen out of touch with Tom. I decided to continue the legacy. After all was said and done, "Wanna Communicate?" published 5.6 issues, and interviewed some pretty rad bands/people: Jawbreaker, Rocket From The Crypt, Rodan, Jawbox, Drive Like Jehu, Left Insane, Nation Of Ulysses, Chisel, famous roadies, Rorschach, Simple Machines Records, Shudder To Think, ABCNORIO, etc...As a matter of fact, I heard some of these notorious interviews have been bootlegged and reprinted in other zines (NOU and Jehu). Troubleman #000.5 (Superpowers Tape Compilation) was released with issue #4 of "Wanna Communicate?" Thus, the label was born. The name TROUBLEMAN UNLIMITED came from the popular film/book/soundtrack TROUBLEMAN, and the word UNLIMITED was tagged on the end because we wanted to have an unlimited scope of coverage, something I feel the label has actually stayed true to this day. The logo was borrowed from the Miles Davis "On the Corner" LP. Simply track down the original pressing of the record and open the gatefold. She is staring you in the face. It's that simple, kids.

MP3: Mogwai - Government Commissions Volume 2

by runout_groove
Article analysing the songs left out of Mogwai's Government Commissions compilation ,as well as mp3s of the missing songs and other information on Mogwai's collaborations with John Peel

MP3: Manic Street Preachers Discography - Part Two: Generation Terrorists (1992)

by runout_groove
Retrospective review of the first Manic Street Preachers album, Generation Terrorists, featuring youtube links to related videos, pictures of artwork, mp3 samples, and more.

MP3: Low - Peel Session 2002

by runout_groove
Vintage music by Low, taken from a session specifically recorded for the John Peel show in 2002. Features four exclusive versions of songs that would later go on to feature on the Trust album.

MP3: Oranger - New Comes And Goes

by runout_groove & 2 others
Review of the latest album from San Francisco's Oranger, and indie rock / power pop band. The album is caleld New Comes And Goes, and this review also features mp3 samples to download.

MP3: R.E.M. and William Burroughs performing Star Me Kitten

by runout_groove
An article about the songs in the key of x, x-files soundtrack album including an mp3 of a collaboration between REM and William Burroughs performing Star Me Kitten

MP3: Irving - Death In The Garden, Blood On The Flowers

by runout_groove

MP3: Space Needle - Recordings 1994-1997

by runout_groove
Review and mp3s from the new retrospective collection from Long Island's Space Needle, one of the most legendary noise/rock bands of the 1990s, and one of the most underappreciated.

MP3: Manic Street Preachers Discography - Part One: The First 3 Singles (1989-1991)

by runout_groove
first part in a new series of articles about the welsh indie rock band manic street preachers. this post focuses on the bands first three singles: suicide alley, new art riot and motown junk, and includes vintage photos and mp3s to download.

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