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The Free Music Archive Launches

Fred Benenson, April 6th, 2009

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On Saturday WFMU celebrated the launch of its new website, The Free Music Archive.

Today, the community opens its doors to the public though is still in beta for now.

Since there is so much content on the site, the FMA is featuring particular curators such as WFMU, KEXP, and dublab.

So go register an account, and start downloading some of the 5,000 tracks already posted, or search by license type (special kudos to WFMU for incorporating some non-standard license search options here), and help one of the world’s greatest independent stations thrive on the net!

One Response to “The Free Music Archive Launches”

  1. We’re happy to report that our label WM Recordings was added to the list of curators too. All of our nearly 100 free album releases (all CC of course) will appear in the FMA over the next few weeks.

    Our first contributions can be found here:
    http://freemusicarchive.org/curator/WM_Recordings