Free New Age Music Online

August 2, 2009 by  
Filed under New Age Music

If you enjoy my tunes, did you know that you can listen to free new age music online?  www.live365.com has a wide variety of tracks by new age and ambient artists that you can enjoy at work, or as a “trial” run before purchasing an MP3 file or CD.

Free New Age Music Online (image from mindfulness' on Flickr)

Free New Age Music Online (image from mindfulness' on Flickr)

You can listen to the radio, enjoy free downloads and even discuss musical selections in the forums at live365.com. With 180 stations, its easy to find new age music online!  You can also browse classical, easy listening, ambient, smooth jazz and chill.  While doing so, please consider into which genre you think my music best fits:  new age or ambient?  Perhaps it is even something different?

If you really enjoy free new age music online, you can even grab a live365.com widget for your website or blog.  What I like best about the site is that you can get recommendations, based on your listening experiences.  This is somewhat like iTunes, as well!   You can also search for your favorite music online.  Type in Marcome and see what comes up!  You can sign up for free to listen to new age music online (and many other genres).

Want a sample?  Revive your soul and flow in the river of life:

When you join the live365.com communities, you can chat with other people about your favorite music.  Make your own recommendations, share new tracks and even let your friends know where to buy certain artists’ tracks.  From holiday tunes to 80’s rock, alternative to ambient, you can always find and share something new.

If you work with a computer, why not stream free new age music right from your speakers?

Of course, it goes without saying that Marcome.com is another great source for new age music online.  My official website includes links to my albums and free new age music tracks.

Where else do you find free music online?

Click image to listen to Marcome's music

Click image to listen to Marcome’s music

Click image to listen to Zen Voices

Click image to listen to Zen Voices

Click image to listen to Seven Seas

Click image to listen to Seven Seas

Click image to listen to Ougainatso

Click image to listen to Ougainatso

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Thanks for your comments. Marcomé

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11 Responses to “Free New Age Music Online”
  1. Katharine says:

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  2. Nicotina says:

    i can see lots of free music on the internet but most of them are pirated. `~-

    • marcome says:

      Well I recently had a geeky friend check over and you have the links of some files but lots of those end up being dead. You can’t get to the file. With Digital Millennium Copyright Act. (DMCA), there’s been a good response from the peer to peer services that removed the capacity to download copyrighted material. I have to say I found them really of service when we acted on asking for removal of links of Marcome’s music. Anyway, to me it’s a matter of time and education. As I like to say, gum cost $2 and last 20 minutes, coffee at starbuck 4$, 15 minutes and a song at 0.99 cents lasts forever…

  3. i get my free music from itunes site”.~

  4. i always get free music from radio and other places on the web :)

    • marcome says:

      Dear Harvey,
      This is quite discouraging that you don’t pay for your music. I for myself am an indie artist, therefore if you don’t buy what I do and copy it, I will go bankrupt.

      Would you think of going to the grocery store and decide not to pay for let’s say bread or cheese ??

      Would you like not being paid for your work every week???

      Me neither so think twice about this, copying is stealing and depriving others from earning their life with the service they give you..

      Marcomé

      • JiaOnTheGo says:

        I agree with Marcome. I totally support artists be paid for their work. This breaks down the fundamental of economic exchange or that creativity is the scarce resource on the planet and devalued.

        • marcome says:

          I guess I’ll have to address that matter in a coming post. This needs to be understood by people! Tks for your input, this made me breathe again..) Marcomé

  5. Kai Collins says:

    lastfm has got some good inventory of free music.~-:

  6. asion says:

    Great article tks! it’s very useful!

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