#MusicMonday recommendations from FrostClick

Welcome to the first of the #MusicMonday series of posts on the Official blog. In honor to the Twitter #MusicMonday meme, we’ll be recommending you some free music that you can download and safely share on FrostWire since that’s the way it’s creators wanted it, free for all. This music is curated by the folks at FrostClick.com who today are waiting for Kellee Maize’s Integration album to break 100,000 downloads in 20 days.

Giraffe: There Is No Devil – gorgeous folk alt country compilation
Carrying the moniker Giraffe for this record, James Gardner releases his second compilation: There is No Devil. The album is a lush collection of folk, country alternative that’s perfect for fans of artists like Bon Iver or similar soft folk singers.
The songs resonate with acoustic guitars, beautiful singing and a catchy (sometimes odd) melody fit for most folk lovers. It’s an album that could serve as a worthy background to a laid back afternoon where you just want some simple but engaging music to keep you company.

The Juliets: Perfect Season – upbeat orchestra pop
After the successful self-titled debut album, The Juliets are poised to take over the music scene.

Formed in late 2008, the five-piece band of Jeremy Freer (piano/guitar/vocals), Sarah Myers (violin/vocals) and Kaylan Mitchell (cello) manages to seize new-age pop and classical music, applying their own twist with a violin and cello.

Perfect Season is produced by the band along with Dave Feeney and was recorded during February and March this year. It introduces the addition of Ashton Hopkins (bass) and Jaclyn Phillips (drums) producing a 12-track record of raved up, string-heavy music.

You Me and Apollo: Cards with Cheats – melodic acoustic folk that should be on your playlist
For moments when all you need is a sweet voiced singer with his guitar serenading your quiet afternoon; You Me and Apollo should make for a really good company.

The guy behind this sonic ensemble is Brent Cowles. A pastor’s son from Fort Collins, Cowles started writing and creating songs at the age of 14. Thanks to an early start, he developed a beautiful sound that resonates with both quiet and upbeat tempos, mesmerizing vocal work and skillful guitars.

Simplicity and intrigue are both present in his work, something that makes you want to tune out the world and simply tune in to his songs.

Captain Stu: Free Music EP – upbeat, highly addicting blend of ska, funk, and punk
Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Captian Stu has been performing throughout the region ever since 2003. The five piece band brings us some of the most upbeat sounds I heard in a while; and with the unique and highly addicting blend of ska, funk, punk, and just a touch of fresh African flavor, their music will surely bring back all the wonderful days of summer that quickly got away.

So go ahead and get yourself a little bit of sunshine infused beats of the Free Music EP. And yes, just as the title suggests it is yours to enjoy entirely free of charge.

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