Good free music

Downhill Battle, an anti-RIAA organization, has two nifty products I’d like to recommend to you.

First is their Music Player, a Flash-based jukebox that streams loads of good music without ads. It even includes a couple of tracks from Anti-Flag, one of my personal favorites. I also like Bobby Birdman and All-Girl Summer Fun Band, and I’m sure to find more.

The other is Tune Recycler. If you get free iTunes songs from the Pepsi promotion and don’t want to download a huge application just to listen to rights-restricted files, you can donate your codes through Tune Recycler and the site will use them on indie artists who actually get a fairly big percentage of the proceeds.

On the other hand, if you just buy only winning bottles and sell them on eBay, you’ll probably get about 75¢ per cap — a considerable discount on Pepsi, if you drink enough of it to bother running an auction for your caps.

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  1. tregoweth

    It even includes a couple of tracks from Anti-Flag, one of my personal favorites.

    That their lead singer is your fiancée’s uncle has nothing to do with it… :)

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