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free musicSound Sunday is a weekly feature promoting free album downloads. Every edition invites you to explore various genres and artists from around the world. My personal favorite song of this week is A Multiple Party Perspective by the punk rock band Rain Over Battle.

Before you dive into this edition, download the free song I Don’t Know What To Do from Pete Yorn and Scarlett Johansson.

Please share your thoughts and post your feedback in the comments. Album submissions, suggestions, and genre requests via email [tina at makeuseof dot com] are most welcome!

The Slakadeliqs – The Other Side of Tomorrow

Genre: alternative, experimental, pop, new wave, funk, soul

From the album page: “The Other Side of Tomorrow by Slakah the Beatchild’s alter ego The Slakadeliqs is the result of four years writing, experimenting and exploring different groups of musical influences than most would expect. If you like it… Share the Good Vibrations. :)

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The Other Side of Tomorrow is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

The Weeknd – Echoes Of Silence

Genre: rhythm and blues, soul

The two man band project from Toronto, Canada signed a deal with Drake’s label Young Money earlier last year. Echoes Of Silence is their third album since the debut release House Of Balloons, which was featured in a previous edition 10 Free MP3 Albums To Download [Sound Sunday, March 27th Edition] 10 Free MP3 Albums To Download [Sound Sunday, March 27th Edition] This week's mix is full of soul, rhythm and blues, electronic and ambient elements, as well as some metal and jazz. It's a killer edition with very little mainstream. Open your ears to something new... Read More of Sound Sunday.

Echoes Of Silence is a free download from SoundCloud.

Rain Over Battle – These Rocks In Our Bodies

Genre: indie, punk, emo, post-rock

From their Bandcamp page: “We are just four kids who grew up together and love playing rock and roll. No gimmicks or explanations. We want to play your basements, your garages, your hometowns, your granny’s attic, whatever.” Don’t let the intro song to the album stir you away, this band rocks punk!

These Rocks In Our Bodies is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

Lit on the Flash – Revolution Time

Genre: alternative, blues, folk, psychedelic, rock and roll

Lit On The Flash is the York, Maine based rock and roll band of Jake Roche, Kerry Ryan, and Matter Reignkin. Revolution Time is their 2011 debut album.

Revolution Time is a free download from Bandcamp.

Stone Throats – Darkest Days

Genre: hardcore, metal, doom, thrash

According to their Facebook page, they are loud, abrasive and discontent. What else would you expect from a metal band? The five guys from Indianapolis, Indiana deliver nothing less.

Darkest Days is a free download from Bandcamp.

Sacub & Co. – Opus 1

Genre: electronic, jazz, psychedelic

Opus 1 is a collaboration album that came together between April and August 2011. For artist links, please see commentary on the Jamendo album page.

Opus 1 is a free download from Jamendo.

Revolution Void – Thread Soul

Genre: instrumental, electronic, breakbeat, jazz

Revolution Void is the solo project of Seattle, Washington based producer and jazz pianist Jonah Dempcy. His 2006 album Thread Soul features guest performances by Lucas Pickford and Cochemea Gastelum.

Thread Soul is a free download from Jamendo.

Radioactive Sandwich – A World of Delights

Genre: electronic, dub, downtempo, chillout

From their SoundCloud page: “Radioactive Sandwich is proud to announce the release of their 5th album ‘A World of Delights’. The album is 10 tracks of driving electronic music that is sure to be enjoyed both in the club as well as in the comfort of your own home. Radioactive Sandwich has created a striking combination of organic sounds, world influences, and electronic trickery to create a modern soundscape of music. Their strong musical backgrounds, wide range of musical influences, and genre-busting composition style helped shape “A World of Delights” into a truly unique album.

A World of Delights is a free download from SoundCloud.

Sublamp – In Our Hiding Voice

Genre: ambient, experimental, minimal

From the album page: “In Our Hiding Voice is centered around the kind of listening you might engage in whilst hiding from something or someone, perhaps hiding in empty buildings, underground tunnels or dark rooms in abandoned houses… The initial intention was to create an album based around warm and fuzzy guitar tones but it was after Connor had watched Tarkovsky’s ‘Stalker’, that he began to explore darker and scratchier territory. Connor kept returning to his imagined visuals of children playing hide and seek in a decayed world like that of ‘Stalker’ and it is through this inspiration that the murky textured drones on offer throughout this album were constructed.

In Our Hiding Voice is a name your price download from Bandcamp.

DavesOn – BROKEN CURSES for the STREETS VOL. I

Genre: pop, gospel, r&b, soul, hip hop

From the album page: “This mixtape by DavesOn gives you the hype beats of the industry with even hyper lyrics and uplifting melodies
Purposefully pushing the Gospel R&B/Hip Hop envelope,
DavesOn is set on breaking the curses that are being fed to the youth of today, Not sparing any vulnerabilities or compromising the message of Jesus Christ, you can sense the passion and heart of his intent.

BROKEN CURSES for the STREETS VOL. I is a free download from Bandcamp.

New to Sound Sunday? Past editions of Sound Sunday are available here.

Feel free to get in touch with me [tina at makeuseof dot com] to share free material, suggestions, and feedback or simply add your comments below.

  1. Karkala Nayak
    January 23, 2012 at 4:16 am

    I believe different people have different tastes for music that they prefer. so its shouldn't be a big deal..while in the above case the writer found the music soothing..

  2. Bong
    January 23, 2012 at 2:37 am

    Free free free, worth every penny you paid for it.

  3. Jhghj
    January 23, 2012 at 2:20 am

    This is awful how could anyone recommend this? Clearly someone with no taste

    • Tina
      January 23, 2012 at 8:17 pm

      Which album/s did you not like? Did you listen to them all?

    • Dylan Thomas Wicher
      February 13, 2012 at 12:53 pm

      this person is obviously an idiot. 

    • Perchancetodream
      March 13, 2012 at 1:17 am

      Excuse you, this reply is a month late and everything, but most of the artists posted here are gold. Radio Sandwich for one. Thanks Tina for making the effort to compile these. Ignore the douchebags. 

      • Tina
        March 13, 2012 at 7:46 pm

        Late or not, I appreciate your feedback either way! Glad you enjoyed Radio Sandwich!

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