Music of the Week #6

Welcome February! This week you’ll listen to a lot of amazing music bands on FrostClick.

  1. Final Round: It Ends With Us Both Right Here EP

    #Pop #Punk
    The music of Final Round from Chicago is a head-on homage to the early pop-punk style brought about by Blink 182 and MxPx. The band’s catchy hooks and playful melody drive their sound while guitarist and frontman Matt Hampson’s bright progressions and sharp leads make the EP qualify as head-banging material.

  2. Jyant: Love Overdose

    Jyant‘s Love Overdose is exactly what its title claims it to be. The album’s 40 solid minutes of lovemaking music pack an intensity greater than anyone could have imagined before pressing play.

  3. Jeff Baker: Jeff Baker [EP]

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    #Pop #Rock
    The three-track EP features pop-rock music in its most elementary form. Jeff relies on the genre’s basic blueprints for most part to create his tunes but takes care to add a few stylistic touches of his own here and there; fans of the simplistic manner of Coldplay or Imagine Dragons would find much appeal in the record.

  4. Fresh Body Shop: White Silk Toga

    #Electronic #Pop #Rock
    Fresh Body Shop is the brainchild of France-based indie pop-rock musician Pedro Rousseau and with twenty studio albums under his belt and his music being featured on TV shows including Dexter, The Fosters and Gotham, its safe to say he is no amateur.

  5. Color Out: Color Out EP

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    #Alternative #Rock
    Dave Hedrick aka Color Out shares his tales of loneliness, sorrow and frustration against the backdrop of early 2000s rock music. He blends melody with grungy guitar chords and powerful drumming in the style of bands like Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age. However, soft and gentle instrumentation is given as much time in the limelight as the dense distortion; and sometimes they are woven together to contrast and complement each other like in Mercurial (Feat AJ Perdomo) and Anything But Everything.

Watch 10 of the Greatest Silent Films of All Time for FREE

You can watch for free the best films of the so called “silent era”. The best film directors of our time learned a lot watching this films. Enjoy!

  1. Sunrise: A Song of Two Human (F.W. Murnau, 1927)

    A married farmer falls under the spell of a slatternly woman from the city, who tries to convince him to drown his wife.

  2. The Man with the Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1929)

    A man travels around a city with a camera slung over his shoulder, documenting urban life with dazzling invention.

  3. The Passion of Joan of Arc (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928)

    A chronicle of the trial of Jeanne d’Arc on charges of heresy, and the efforts of her ecclesiastical jurists to force Jeanne to recant her claims of holy visions.

  4. Battleship Potemkin (Sergei Eisenstein, 1925)

    A dramatized account of a great Russian naval mutiny and a resulting street demonstration which brought on a police massacre.

  5. The General (Buster Keaton, 1926)

    When Union spies steal an engineer’s beloved locomotive, he pursues it single-handedly and straight through enemy lines.

  6. Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927)

    In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city’s mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.

  7. City Lights (Charlie Chaplin, 1931)

    With the aid of a wealthy erratic tippler, a dewy-eyed tramp who has fallen in love with a sightless flower girl accumulates money to be able to help her medically.

  8. Sherlock Jr. (Buster Keaton, 1924)

    A film projectionist longs to be a detective, and puts his meagre skills to work when he is framed by a rival for stealing his girlfriend’s father’s pocketwatch.

  9. Greed (Erich von Stroheim, 1923)

    The sudden fortune won from a lottery fans such destructive greed that it ruins the lives of the three people involved.

  10. Un chien andalou (Luis Buñuel, 1928)

    Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí present seventeen minutes of bizarre, surreal imagery.

Source: OpenCulture

New FrostWire 6.2.1 [Windows, Mac, Linux] is out – Search, Download and Play today!

Download FrostWire 6.2.1 now

Have a happy week! Now you can download the latest release of FrostWire for Windows, Mac and Linux. This update has a lot of important fixes. It’s a really stable version that you will love. Also, if you like to create playlists on FrostWire, now the playlists will sort songs by track number if its available.

FW 6.2.1.

frostwire (6.2.1) stable; urgency=high
* Fixes issue where a corrupted .torrent inside the libtorrent folder
would make FrostWire crash on startup.
* Fixes issue where partial downloads from search results would download.
the rest of the .torrent files.
* Fixes bug on search results display where action cell would dissapear
when clicking on the play preview button.
* New jlibtorrent
* New playlists now sort songs by track number if track number available.

— FrostWire Team <> Wed, 13 Jan 2016 16:12:48 -0500


Video: How to share files and streaming music

EuTestei, a Brazilian YouTube tech channel, made a video about FrostWire. On this video you’ll learn the basic stuff of how to use FrostWire Plus for Android. If you speak portuguese, you’ll find this video very useful.

New FrostWire Plus for Android (1.7.0). Stable Release!

Download FrostWire Plus 1.7.0 now

Now it’s time to download a new FrostWire release. This is a major update. Now, FrostWire Plus for Android is very stable and you’re not going to have any problems when trying to search, download or play.

Also, now the torrent transfer are shown immediately when you click to download it. As well, when you click on “stop and delete data”, the corresponding torrent will be deleted too.


FrostWire 1.7.0 – JANUARY/12/2016
– Updated to new jlibtorrent
– Torrent transfers are now shown immediatly after they start.
– “Stop and Delete Data” now also deletes corresponding .torrent.
– Downloading two partial files from the same .torrent no longer
downloads the entire torrent.
– Lots of icons updated, unused ones pruned.
– Improved update notification for FrostWire plus users.


We’re Officially Dropping Support for Windows XP

Today we’re officially dropping support for Windows XP.

The number of issues that arise as technology moves forward which are no longer addressed by Microsoft, who already dropped support for Windows XP 5 years ago, along with a very small XP user base (our estimates are less than 5%) are the reasons going forward with this decision.

FrostWire will still be working on Windows XP, but we’re focusing on the other versions of that OS.

For now we’ll be focused on supporting and fixing all issues arising in the following operating systems:

  • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10.
  • Mac OSX 10.7 (Lion) or later (64-bit)
  • Linux Ubuntu (.deb based distributions) and Red Hat descendants.
  • Android +4.0.3.

Read “The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault” for Free

Charles Perrault was born 388 years ago on January 12, and has become immortalised as the father of the fairy tale as we know it.

This Google’s doodle was created by the artist Sophie Diao

This Google’s doodle was created by the artist Sophie Diao

Thanks to, you can read The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault for free. Use FrostWire to get  this wonderful book.

FrostWire Perrault

According to The Telegraph

“In 1695, aged 67, he wrote Tales and Stories of the Past with Morals, a series of moral tales designed to prompt the reader to reflect on the dilemmas presented to the protagonist, which were well-known from folklore even then.
The volume contained the story now known as Mother Goose, alongside perrenially recognised titles such as Puss in Boots, Blue Beard and Cinderella, and less famous stories Ricky of the Tuft and Little Thumb
The book was enormously successful, and was eventually translated into English in 1729 by Robert Samber.
However, readers may be shocked to discover that Perrault’s original tales have lost much of their grisly detail today.
His version of Little Red Riding Hood, for example, made it more explicitly obvious that the ‘wolf’ is a man intent on preying on young girls who wander alone in woods”.

If you love fairy tales, you must read Charles Perrault stories.