Free Public Domain Music: The New & Improved Look
If you have been to our website before in any capacity, whether you’re a frequent visitor, or you only come here once in a while, you’ll notice something a bit different once you land on the main page:
Our website has changed a bit. The changes aren’t entirely obvious to the infrequent visitor, but those who are here quite often will see new categories and new songs.
For starters, country and blues got their own categories, as the styles are just different enough that, logically, each deserves its own “slot,” as it were, on our list. Male vocals is another new category we added, as there are many new songs we’ve received that feature this aspect. Some songs in the “Male vocals” category might also be familiar as you’ve seen them in, say, the “Alternative Rock” category, or a category for a specific genre.
The third new category is for Anime Cartoon and Animation. Like the category for kids, this features a lot of fun music that any animator, from amateur to pro, can use.
About the Songs
We have quite a bit of new music to show off, and as we said before, much of it features male vocals, so you’ll see a lot of that not just in the “Male vocals” category but in other places.
Some of the songs, such as those submitted by artist Geoff Hurley, have a sound similar to that of either the Beatles or the Eagles, so if you like the sound those two bands produced, and either vibe fits your project, this is the artist whose work you’ll want to use.
If you like trance, and your project requires this kind of upbeat tempo, the song “No Sense” and “Fallin'” by Sunrise Blvd will likely fit the bill. Artists Bill Shostak and Steve Blakeley round out the new song/artist roster, and they have quite a few good tracks that can fit a range of needs and tastes.
So come by freemusicpublicdomain.com and check out the new categories and songs, plus maybe listen to some old favorites.