13 09 2011
Not a lot of time for an entry today, so I'm going to fall back on an idea I've had for a while. There's a lot of music out there, not all of it good. Used to be, the labels would find "good" music (for some definition of "good") and publish it. These days, the labels are (mostly) engaged in fucking people over through the legal system, especially since they've been made irrelevant by the Internet. The Internet, however, is not always that "good" in selecting "good" music (again, for some definition of "good"). What is an audiophile to do?
Well, I have some experience making (and listening) to music, so I figure I have as much of a right as anyone to post what I think is "good". Besides, it's my blog; if you don't like the music I like, go write your own blog. Hopefully you will find my selections at least interesting, and be thereby edified. If not, I'll give you a full refund.
Today's selection is Mud&Dust, a Trance/Psychedelic group with what I consider excellent programming music on an album also called Mud&Dust.
Oh, by the way, I will be posting only music that is available in the public domain or a reasonable creative commons license, because, a) you can try it for free, and b) we all really need to start boycotting big labels and their ridiculous copyrights. Big labels can suck it.
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