Free Music We Found This Week

delthefunkyhomosapienActually, we didn’t find any of this music. The sites below did all the work. We’re too lazy to do any real reporting. Or too drunk. Depends on the day.

Click through on any of the links to discover MP3 goodness. We’re going back to sleep.

1. Masters of glitchy beats and dark sonic twists, New York City’s Antipop Consortium introduced a cerebral, electronica-based approach to hip-hop back at the turn of the millennium with highly acclaimed albums like 2000’s Tragic Epilogue and 2002’s Arrhythmia. [via Spin]

2. Like a concept album compressed into a single track, “Fortunate Man” by The Dusty 45s tells of a ramblin’ man who catalyzes his potential to make a change, but it’s really the band inspiring their listeners to make a mark with whatever fortune life has given them. [via Bumbershoot Fresh]

3. Daniel Johnston has a new CD out (and a new MP3) [via Brooklyn Vegan]

4. Ex-Polyphonic Spree/Sufjan Stevens rocker Annie Clark was inspired by vintage films and their soundtracks for Actor, her upcoming sophomore album as St. Vincent. [via Spin]

5. Del the Funky Homosapien – “Get it Right Now” and “Straight From The Big Bad West Coast” [via Brooklyn Vegan]

Born during a sweaty, backstage, Bonnaroo downpour, the editor-in-chief's mission in life is to dance, write, and travel to every great festival that this wide world has to offer. While his identity remains a mystery, you may have already met him, probably when he helped himself to your party favors.

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