Experimental electronica is the order of the day as we dig into our catalog for another Prime Cuts Playlist featuring Dreadlock Tales, Blue Vitriol and our favorite band name of the week, Topless in the Turning Lane.
For anyone planning to open presents this December 25th, we've assembled some pop tunes to keep moods merry, to get hips shaking, and to keep Aunt Peggy from slipping in her mix of spiritual music--or any other kind of yawn-inducing songs, for that matter.
The simplicity of acoustic folk music often makes for the best versions of holiday songs. Stripped of unnecessary glitz the songs remind us of of the true emotion and spirit of the season. Click through for a collection of some of our favorite holiday folk songs from the MP3 Database!
No Pain In Pop are a small, London based record label that pride themselves on working with "Leftfield music which retains a melodic and modern aesthetic". They are also self-proclaimed as "polystylistic" with a range of cultures, ideas and techniques all pouring out from the various artists and collectives they work with.
For our money, some of the best Christmas songs are the classic Christmas songs and the fun of discovery comes with digging up new interpretations of the "oldies." Here's a gift of three free tracks (though we're still working on tying a ribbon around an MP3).
A new voice from Sweden, a new single from Japan's masters of melodic noise and a mystery man from the UK headline our favorite spins at MP3 HQ. Let's take a trip around the globe and dig into the three favorites from the week that was.
At last night's GRAMMY Nominee Announcement Ceremony, we learned the list of nominees for the 2012 GRAMMY Awards, and also saw exciting performances by some of the biggest names in the music business, many of whom were also nominees! Click through to see some highlights from the nominees list and check out their music--including some free MP3 downloads.
Need some hip-hop in your life? RCRD LBL Essentials Volume 6 has got you covered with brand new tracks from Mobb Deep, BBU and Danny Brown. Plus we've also got some hard hitting electro from heavyweights like Digitalism and Fatboy Slim. Click through to check it out!
Falling somewhere between a crew and a label, Doomtree are nevertheless a refreshingly creative proposition. With their artists holding such a wide rang of inspiration (leading to them taking on a whole host of side projects of varying styles), the label is permanently at the forefront of groundbreaking hip hop.