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News for Mp3

WED, SEP 13, 2006 at 3:26 PM

Dear Sub Pop, I was wondering if we could play (insert Sub Pop band here) or any of the songs readily available from your site on one of our up coming podcasts(do-it-yourself online radio show)?

While we’re unable to give you blanket permission to use any ol’ song you want from our catalog, you may incorporate any of the songs that are freely available as MP3s here on the really very official website of Sub Pop Records into your podcasts. HOWEVER, we do reserve the right to change our mind about the availability of any song for any reason at any time. Fickle, no?


Posted by Harry Dean Hudson

MON, MAY 2, 2011 at 2:26 AM

Hear new music from Washed Out

As we shared a few weeks ago, newly signed Sub Pop band Washed Out has a new record entitled Within and Without which will be out on July 12th. You can now listen to the first sampling of music off said release entitled “Eyes Be Closed” by inserting your email address in the widget above. Greene recorded Within and Without with Ben Allen, who, among a great many other things, co-produced Animal Collective’s Merriweather Post Pavillion, Gnarls Barkley’s St. Elsewhere and Deerhunter’s Halcyon Digest.

The band has some upcoming shows including a performance at this years Sasquatch Music Festival. Click here


Posted by Bekah Zietz

WED, AUG 26, 2009 at 5:43 AM

More from No Age’s Losing Feeling

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Not only are we still offering a full EP stream of the upcoming No Age release, Losing Feeling_, (more information on that great deal is available here8) but starting today, we are also giving away a free download of their Losing Feeling track, “You’re A Target”.

You can find this free download of “You’re A Target” under LISTEN on our front page, or on No Age’s artist page or right here if you please. Any which way you wanna choose, you still are gonna get yourself some free No Age music.

Yes!


Posted by Alissa Gallivan

TUE, OCT 23, 2007 at 9:16 AM

Sub Pop Invents the “mp3”

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R Buckminster Fuller once said, “I just invent, then wait until man comes around to needing what I’ve invented,” and this would be wholly unremarkable but for the fact that Harry D. Hudson, Sub Pop’s Master of Technolo-something, said nearly this same thing to me about a new product that he is now prepared to offer for sale exclusively on this very website. What is this mysterious invention that will revolutionize the world as we know it? What ungodly creation has Dr. Hudson and the somewhat evil-seeming Professor Fletcher brought to life in their old-timey laboratory? They’re called mp3s! “Mp3” apparently stands for “music product 3”: a mysterious, invisible computer thingy which can be made to produce sounds not unlike music. It is just this sort of devotion to innovative, cutting edge technology that has made Sub Pop Records the unwitting industry leader it is today. Take that, everyone else—Sub Pop has invented the mp3! And now, we’d like to sell some of these things to you.

Since this program is in its infancy we have only a very limited number of mp3s available at this time, and we’re only offering full album downloads. We’re no dummies so we went ahead and mp3’d the big guns—all the Shins albums, the Postal Service, Flight of the Conchords, the new Band of Horses and new Iron and Wine albums are all available as downloadable zip files containing 192k mp3s and high quality cover art for $9.90 per album, except for the FOC ep which is a mere $5.94. We will be adding to this list just as soon as we’re able. This is the future—bask in its glory before someone steals our idea. Oh also, please email Dean at webmaster@subpop.com with questions, concerns, or failures.


Posted by Lacey Swain

TUE, JUL 3, 2007 at 5:14 AM

Tiny Vipers - On This Side

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A galloping exploration through vocal beauty and continuously looming guitar work, Tiny Vipers’ On This Side is a wonderful tune for your late night summer drives over dark mountain roads.


Posted by andrew sullivan

TUE, MAR 6, 2007 at 5:52 AM

Low - Breaker

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This Dave Fridmann produced gem from Low’s Drums & Guns is dark, gloomy, sparce, and powerful while still managing to be my new favorite ringtone. Low are back and as morose as ever on this track, turning a song that consists almost solely of vocals, organ, and guitars into something that sticks in your head like superglue. Take a listen!


Posted by andrew sullivan