Download Free 5,000 Music Tracks from Free Music Archive
The Free Music Archive, an organization created by WFMU, a "freeform" radio station, has officially launched into beta.
So far, the site has 5,000 tracks that users can download for free. According to the site's founders, the Free Music Archive is aimed
at becoming a repository of tracks, remixes, and music clips for personal consumption. Any of the songs can be added to podcasts,
video shows, or a playlist. No licensing fees or royalties will be charged. The organization hopes that through free downloads,
more people will buy an artist's full album. Along with a download link, each individual track page has a link to the artist's
album page. That page makes the full album available for purchase. The Free Music Archive is live now.