5 Resources To Find Free MP3

1. Twitter

This is where artists and fans announce anything that is hot, including free albums. You will find at least a dozen full albums during any 24 hour period. Be prepared, however, that most of it is Hip Hop.

Search for the hashtags #musicmonday and #freemusic. These include free songs, videos, and a lot of illegal material. Use the former two only.

2. Bandcamp

Bandcamp itself is easy to search. You can browse music by genre. And in the end, it’s only a matter of time until you come across a great free album.

3. NoiseTrade

Unlike Bandcamp, NoiseTrade has no maximum number of free downloads. However, some albums are available for a limited time only.

You will love NoiseTrade because all music is free, the site can easily be browsed by top downloads or most recent albums, and there is a sheer endless amount of albums right on your fingertips.

4. Various Free Sources

Many Netlabels release selected albums or mixtapes for free. Some netlabels to bookmark for regular consideration include Circle Into Square, Quote Unquote Records, and Electrobel.

Other great websites to browse regularly are Open Licensed Digital Media, Daytrotter, Internet Archive, ReverbNation, and Free Music Archive.

[Note by Carme] A very popular site with some free music is Jamendo. Just watch the license!

5. Recommendations

My final resource that I have exclusive access to is personal recommendations. Some fans, managers, and artists approach me and suggest an album to be featured on Sound Sunday. So far, all suggestions have been awesome, so keep them coming!

via 5 Resources Used To Find Free MP3 Albums For Sound Sunday.

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