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Magnatune: we are not evil
We offer a unique music collection. Every month, 300 musicians send us their music. We choose the best 3% and give you complete access. You save time. Great artists get paid.
In 11 years we've released 1500+ hand-picked albums.
We deal directly with musicians, never with record labels.
Unlimited downloads in your favorite formats
(mp3/wav/more).
We find musicians we love in genres we're passionate about.
Legally share our music with your friends and family.
Musicians love us and they'll love you: they're paid 50% !
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New albums:
  1. Carols for Quire from the Old and New Worlds, Volume 3 by Quire Cleveland: Making life more harmonious
  2. A Different Story by Panic Ensemble: Cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
  3. Enter Singularity by Love Amplifier: Lose yourself in the electronic
  4. Hidden Treasures by Hans Christian: New age meets indian cello
  5. Aurora of the Northern Harp by Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  6. Cole Pond by The Donnis Trio: Natural mix of rock, folk, and reggae
  7. Shop Sessions by The Dimples: Relaxing music for the heart and soul
  8. Creation and Destruction by Love Amplifier: Lose yourself in the electronic
  9. Oriental Spaces by Homeless Balloon: Ambient chill to ease your pain and tease your brain
  10. Telemann Trios on Guitar by Daniel Estrem: Colorful classical guitar
Popular albums:
  1. Aurora of the Northern Harp by Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  2. After the Rain by Francois Couture: Canadian composer, musician, orchestrator, arranger and sound designer
  3. Hidden Treasures by Hans Christian: New age meets indian cello
  4. Carols for Quire from the Old and New Worlds, Volume 3 by Quire Cleveland: Making life more harmonious
  5. Bootleggers by Barbepeste Official Orchestra: Ahoy and shiver your timbers to some irish world music with a smattering of pirates
  6. Ultimate Station by Curl: Groovy, french downtempo electro-rock songs
  7. Lullabies for the Apocalypse by DP Kaufman: Ambient, melodic electronica meets neo-classical
  8. Ambrosia by Luke Gartner-Brereton: Music for minds
  9. Enter Singularity by Love Amplifier: Lose yourself in the electronic
  10. Telemann Trios on Guitar by Daniel Estrem: Colorful classical guitar