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Legal free music downloads from independent artists – that’s Sound Sunday. It’s all about the music and in this edition we zoom in on jazz and its modern forms. Open your mind and sharpen your ears for what you’re about to hear, you’ve never heard before.

Amy Lynn & The Gunshow

Genre: jazz, r&b, sou, rock, bass, blues

Previously featured on Sound Sunday, Amy Lynn & The Gunshow now have a full length debut album coming up. Enjoy this mad talent and download the first single off the album for free, before the masses discover it.

Music & Nature Sounds

Genre: experimental, future beats, r&b, soul jazz

I call it an EP but it’s more like just one 8-minute song, an illustrated journey into the wild in four parts, combined with mixed sounds I was hearing at that time, both from close surroundings and in my imagination. Quattro means ‘four’ in Italian, and all of the four songs are recorded in my home during the past week.
Source: Bandcamp

Fusion Deluxe

Genre: r&b, soul, jazz, fusion, gospel, hip hop

Micki Miller is a musician, producer, songwriter, and singer performing every genre of music from gospel, alternative and R&B to country, hip-hop and pop.
Source: Bandcamp

Tribute to Stanley Turrentine

Genre: instrumental, soul, jazz, fusion, beats, hip hop

Millennium Jazz Music are very happy to be back with season 4 of our Jazz Jousters sessions as the collective kick the year off with ‘Sugarcane’, a tribute to the American Jazz Saxophonist, Stanley Turrentine (April 5, 1939 – September 12, 2000).
Source: Bandcamp

Argentinian Fusion Jazz

Genre: jazz, soul, fusion

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AINDA sources inspiration from jazz, funk, and rock and reinterprets these genres to form its own arrangements.

Genre: improvised, jazz, fusion

KUAI MUSIC is a label owned and operated by the artists Damien Poots, Mauricio Dawid and Francisco Cossavella, and concentrates on releasing jazz and all creative musical expressions.
Source: Bandcamp

Jazz for a Good Cause

Genre: chamber, piano, jazz

This album was recorded at McGill University in Montréal, Canada. All proceeds will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.
Source: Bandcamp

Melodic Jazz

Genre: instrumental, jazz, hip hop

This EP contains the 5 main ingredients needed for life, Amity, Faith, Hope, Love and Family. Soothing melodies will work their way down to your soul and take you back to those moments that we cherish in life.
Source: Bandcamp

Lazer Jazz

Genre: experimental, downtempo, beats, jazz

Claviq is a self-proclaimed wannabe producer. Based in Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, the 23 year old soundsmith has crafted an album that will lead you deep into the surreal world of modern jazz.
Source: Bandcamp

Dive Deeper

Genre: experimental, r&b, neu-soul, jazz fusion, hip hop

Atrophy is somewhat of a running joke I had with myself about this record (…) and the title also serves as a testament to what i’ve learned and applied as a producer and individual. (…) With every sound you may hear in this music; every single one was a learning process. In “Atrophy”, I wrote about experiences of mine within a particular six year period of my life. (…) Atrophy is my reaction to what could happen if I were to not use my creativity and expression as a means to actually feel alive. No matter how challenging or foreign the process may be, the most frightening thing always is not knowing what could have happened.
Source: Bandcamp

Exit with Style

Genre: instrumental, lounge, jazz, beats, trip hop, jazzy hip hop

Anything released with Cult Classic Records is guaranteed to sound awesome, at least in my ears. If the previous two albums have kidnapped your ears into the depth of experimental music, this literally is your Escape, the debut album of 21 year old Greek producer Moderator.
Source: Bandcamp

Is Jazz Your Thing?

You came this far, does that mean Jazz is your thing? Which variation did you like best and what would you rather not listen to again?

  1. Christopher
    February 6, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    I'm feeling the Fran Cossavella and Moderator albums the most, but I dig all the recommendations in this post. Thanks, I could use quite a few of these tracks in my pod-casts.

    • Tina S
      February 7, 2014 at 1:37 pm

      Great to hear, Christopher!

      Which kind of podcasts did you use the tracks for?

    • Christopher
      February 7, 2014 at 3:59 pm

      I'm still listening to a lot of these tracks so I'm probably about 2 or 3 podcast versions away before I include any of them.
      My blog is The Chill Vibe Experience http://chillvibexp.wordpress.com/
      and the podcast is Infinite Rhythms, which you can find on the Blog or also at Bandcamp, http://thehot6.bandcamp.com/

  2. Robyn McIntyre
    February 3, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    I'm kind of leaning towards the latin fusion sounds. The experimental with added trip hop or what (at my age) I'd consider rave or psychedelic don't appeal to me as much as clean improv and seemed more confused to me. The Gunnshow song was good and well done, but didn't impress me as a new take on the song so much as almost being a parody of it. I'm not a big fan of hip hop or beats and the other works were too light for me.

    Thanks for the introduction to some new music, although it wasn't exactly free, since I didn't feel right about taking their work and not paying for it, so I did.

    • Tina S
      February 4, 2014 at 10:32 am

      Thank you for the feedback, Robyn!

      The artists who offer their music for free understand that only people who can afford it and who think the music is worth it will pay for it. And it's great to hear that people actually do pay artists for their work, even when it's offered for free. I hope you really enjoy the music you purchased! :)

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