The Respondent EP by the Chicago and Stockholm based Resplendent/Downey is certainly one oldy-but-goody release, in internet years anyway, and certainly one of my all-time personal favorites. Released in the summer of 2007, coagulates a massive amount of feeling and idealism, that is beautifully transmitted in a mix of electronic music and good, heartfelt vocals.
"Separation Anxiety" is the newest mix tape from Cadence Weapon. It includes 20 exclusive new Cadence Weapon tracks, collaborations and remixes. Download it here. Any price will grant you the download of a high-quality mp3 album.
Grace Valhalla is a young French DJ & composer and "summerCamp" is her fourth album. "You'll find many analog sounds, 8bit sounds and guitars in this album. I wanted something warm, a soft music of summer", says Grace Valhalla. Download her Zipped Album or a Torrent file here.
ESPSIX is a DJ/Composer from Czech Republic. He generally creates varieties of Discohouse, Funkyhouse, Clubhouse, Electrohouse, & nujazz/nufunk. This collection was put together especially for FrostClick & FrostWire and includes 2 special tracks. "Me" is the newest nujazz/funk composition & "Discore" is the newest discohouse track from ESPSIX, which right now is exclusively available only with this collection via FrostWire download.
Dubmood is a crossgenre Swedish chipmusican who started creating his chiptunes on modarchive back in 1996 and "The (Mighty) Pirate Sessions Volume 1" is his first MP3 release he created entirely on an Atari. Download the torrent of his free album and share with friends.
MAGNETIZE was the debut record of electronic music group Misfilter.
From Magnetize’s Jamendo Page:
What would become their trademark (weaving a musical tapestry of various electronic music genres) quickly comes evident as the trip-hop and dub influenced “Intro” leads into the frantic jungle rhythms of “Sunshine From The Rain”. Later on in the album the pace slows down with the digital pop-ballad “Lovely”.
The Slip is the seventh album by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails. The album was released free of cost on May 5, 2008 via digital download on the official Nine Inch Nails website. The album was produced by Trent Reznor alongside Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder. The album features vocals and traditional song structures, unlike its 2008 instrumental predecessor Ghosts I–IV.