Libre.fm allows you to share your listening habits and discover new music.

100% indie artists.

Libre.fm actively supports the creation of music by independent artists, and only plays music that has been licensed freely.

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Legally download and share any track.

Every song on Libre.fm is made by musicians who *want* you to share their music.

Imagine returning from an exhausting adventure only to find that your home is abandoned, empty. Not just your home, but your neighborhood, your city, in fact, everyone, everywhere, seems to be missing. This is what happens to the crew of the first manned mission to Barnard's Star - they return after awakening from suspended animation to find that their ship-board AI has sent them on a relativistic tour of the stellar neighborhood while they slumbered, dilating time so severely that nearly 200 years have passed on Earth.

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L5 is a hard science fiction dramatic miniseries for online distribution. The first episode of the miniseries will be 10 minutes, and will depict the late homecoming of the astronauts and the first steps towards exploring the interior of L5.

PureVolume is a website for the discovery and promotion of new music and emerging artists. Each artist has a profile that typically contains basic info, updates, photos, shows and music for streaming. Artists have the option of making each of their songs available for free download. Listeners and fans can also create profiles to interact with artists and each other, as well as track and share music they like.

on thesixtyone, new artists make music & listeners decide what's good

This is a stock music production library under Creative Commons licensing. You can license the tunes royalty free if you provide a link back or credit to "Free Music by DanoSongs.com". People also do leave tips. You may download, copy and listen to the tracks without a link. There is no cost for downloading or buyout fee for licensing. The songs can be included in podcasting so they are podsafe. Other uses for the clips might be for background instrumental beds in film, tv, video, games, websites, songs and even your social network page.

The agreement also calls for all pureplays to pay an annual minimum fee of $25,000, which can later be applied to royalties. [Goodbye to indie radio stations?]

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No Media Kings

nomediakings.org/, posted 2009 by peter in art comic indie media writing

I'm Jim Munroe, a novelist who left HarperCollins to showcase and propagate indie press alternatives to Rupert Murdoch-style consolidation. This site is a launching pad for the stuff I make, articles about how to make them, and a source of my two main food groups: inspiration and feedback.

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