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FMM: Arctica – EP by Subvader

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Its time again for Free Music Monday.

for this week i have some dupstep, electro kinda music for you.

The music is created by Peter Wiley, also known as Subvader.

You can find him at the following links:

And his site can be found HERE.

If you liked his music then let him now and show your respect.

Lets celebrate the weekend!

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Now I have posted 2 games for the weekend but what about the music?

I just came across this perfect Track for the weekend and its free.

FMW: Radio Fryer by Mike Relm

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Free Music Wednesday? what is going on?

okay so its not monday, I know. but Mike Relm just tweeted:

Just uploaded ‘Radio Fryer’, my first mix circa ’05. Might be new to some of you! http://www.mixcrate.com/mikerelm

So I went directly to that site to check it out and well, while im writing this post at the moment im listening to that mix

You need to be logged in to be able to download the mix. If you don’t have an account yet, don’t worry its real easy and simple to create one.

FMM: Naysayer and Gilsun are in Space

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READ THIS FIRST:

FMM is something I came up with, it means Free Music Monday. I will try to post free music every monday if I can (and if I find good music)

PS. If you come across a good album or track or what so ever let me know by sending me a message on twitter or via the contact form and ill check it out and post it :)

I came across this awesome mash-up album, its free to download so thats awesome and I really enjoyed listening to it, thats even better. So I thought it would be great for Music Monday.

The album is called: “Naysayer and Gilsun are in Space” by Naysayer and Gilsun.

Here’s a little bit of info from their myspace:

Melbourne mashup duo Luke “Naysayer” Neher and Sam “Gilsun” Gill take the old and dusty and make it fresh. The pair began DJing house parties in late 2008 and released their debut mixtape “Naysayer And Gilsun Are In Love” a few months later. The mix blends together best parts of fifty years of pop music and jumps between it as impatiently and energetically as a six year-old after a large glass of red cordial. One second you hear Paul Simon providing back-up for Missy Elliott, then it’s Atlanta gangster rappers jamming with the Who, climaxing in a dance floor remix of Mozart. Take it too seriously and you’ll miss out.

Listen and download below:

For more links check their site HERE and to download their older mix CLICK HERE

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