Upload and share wherever you go.
This is the challenge: record an album in 29 days, just because you can.
[...] enjoy our wonderful food and deserts, sit back and enjoy the great music, and check out the works by soon-to-be stars of the Tokyo art scene in our gallery space. Take advantage of our free WiFi [...] or check the Internet with one of our computers.
Search the web for DRM-free music, podcasts, speeches and much more.
Songza lets you listen to any song or band. Search for it:
Amie Street is a place to discover, download and share music of every genre, from all over the world. Whether you come to Amie Street for two minutes or two hours, we'll help you find new music you'll love.
How do we do this? It starts with a new approach to selling music: On Amie Street, the community determines the price. Every song starts free, or very cheap, and increases in price, up to 98 cents, as more and more people purchase it.
Jamendo is the world's #1 platform for free and legal music downloads. Available in seven languages, it offers the largest Creative Commons-licensed music catalog there is. For artists, it's an easy and efficient way to publish, share and promote their music, but also to make money through ad revenue sharing and commercial partnerships.
Opsound is a gift economy in action, an experiment in applying the model of free software to music. Musicians and sound artists are invited to add their work to the Opsound pool using a copyleft license developed by Creative Commons. Listeners are invited to download, share, remix, and reimagine.