Today I present you an Industrial Classical Pop album from jamendo.com
I like the sound of this music. It’s a mash up of existing music. The make of the album describe it like this
Tryad is one of the world’s first ‘virtual bands.’
Born of Creative Commons and opsound.org, the members of Tryad :: vavrek, arna, rjmarshall, John Holowach, and emma meet and create music entirely over the internet.
During 2005, for over nine months they collaborated, all without having ever spoken to each other (only e-mailed), and produced a strikingly original work. Combining elements of trip-hop, alt. rock, classical instrumentation, and electronica, Public Domain breaks the mold of what you’d expect.
From the hard-thumping bass, drums, and chorus of “The Final Rewind,” to the mellow, drifting sixties beat of “Peace On Earth (Same Place),” to the stinging madness of “Dance of the Urbanite,” there’s something here for everyone to appreciate.
Bands and artists like Portishead, Depeche Mode, Rob Dougan, The Beatles, Moby, Massive Attack, and many others mish-mash together on this audio journey, the end of which makes you want to relive it all over again…
You can hear it for yourself of course on this link.
Or you can visit the album page.
And of course, you can download the album too (with bittorrent).
YES it is legal to hear this music because it is licensed under a Creative Commons license.
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