This edition’s eclectic mix sports a healthy spectrum, including various forms of electronic, ambient, pop, and rock music. If your life is an up and down, this selection will be a proper companion.
Enjoy and share as always!
NoiseTrade – Noisemakers Campaign
Genre: compilation, rock, pop
|Sound Sunday frequently features downloads provided by NoiseTrade. This time NoiseTrade offers a compilation to promote their Noisemakers Campaign. The deal is that you get a 25 track compilation for free and eventually make a donation, so that the makers can go ahead and create NoiseTrade 2.0 in all shiny HTML5.
Download the compilation free from.
Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix – The Complete Multitrack
Genre: alternative, electronic
|Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix have released a free 256KBPS multitrack album, the basis for making your own WAP remixes. Meanwhile the band is touring North and South America throughout October and November this year.
Get The Complete Multitrack from their. Click on the tracklist to initiate the download.
Sanxion7 – red01 . ruby
Genre: ambient, dance, electro, techno, trance
|Sanxion7 is the project of a guy called Tony. His previous three albums were named after the year during which they were released. With red01. ruby he broke the chain.
red01 . ruby is a name your price download from Bandcamp. Check out the Homepage for Sanxion7’s other albums.
Ascend The Hill – Hymns
Genre: christian, rock, pop
|I have to admit that I’m not a great fan of religiously-inspired anything, especially when it involves great pathos. What convinced me about this band, however, was their powerful melodies. If you like 3 Doors Down, give Ascend The Hill a spin.
The album is a free download from. Click the album cover of Hymns to launch the preview and download window. Then follow the obvious links.
Ephessus – Death of Shadow
Genre: alternative, progressive, experimental, rock
|Although the selection of genres above sounds harmless enough, Ephessus initially intended to revolutionize the clichÃ© metal deathcore, hardcore, metalcore and other -core genres. The influence of these musical styles is clearly audible.
Death of Shadow is a name your price download from Bandcamp.
Sign One – Clock Radio
Genre: electronic, indie, experimental, rock, hip hop
|Sign One is a retired rapper and inspired chef, now living in Florida, USA. As his record label writes “he is the innovator of regressive drum machine programming and the former backbeat of the rap group Jerk Circuit.”
The album was made available by the independent record label Endemik Music.
Sign One n/a.
Bordeauxxx – Mother’s Ruin
Genre: indie, pop
|Formed in 2009, Bordeauxx released their debut EP Mother’s Ruin in August 2010. Guitarist Charlie Clement apparently was admitted into the band by fellow musician Amy due to his star-quality hair style.
Mother’s Ruin is a free download from Bandcamp.
Rho – Cedarleaf
Genre: ambient, pop, electronica, electroacoustic, instrumental
|Rho is the band of Steve Setzepfandt and Josh Wittman. “Cedarleaf is (…) a beautiful mix of electronic rhythms, synth swirls, and guitar driven melodies; a pop landscape with a mountain range of cinematic style.”
Download the album from the net label No-Source.
Rho MySpace and Homepage.
Maps & Transit – Songs for divining
Genre: classical, ambient, electronica, experimental, melancholic
|Maps & Transit is the band of Kyle Dawkins and Julie Phillips. Their music touches heavily on electronica, psychedelia, and ambient rock.
The album Songs for divining can be downloaded from Bandcamp.
David James Martinez – YouTube Song Covers
Genre: acoustic, pop, rock, covers
|Young Canadian David James Martinez got involved with music as a kid. Playing the piano throughout his adolescence, he picked up the skills necessary to pursue a professional career in the field. His song Second Chance was featured on the sitcom ‘The Best Years’. Now he has released a free cover album.
Download YouTube Song Covers from.
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