There’s not need to miss out on all the fun in Austin this week with free 2016 SXSW music downloads.
The South By Southwest Conference and Festivals held each year in Austin, TX, is a unique convergence of original music, independent films, and emerging technologies. It’ s a 10-day extravaganza where creativity and originality thrive.
For music fans, it is the place to enjoy your favorite indie bands and discover great new music. Fortunately, for all of us who can’t make the trip, there are plenty of free SXSW music downloads to enjoy.
You can pick and choose the songs you want to add to your MP3 player, or download them all and enjoy new tunes for a long time. There is also plenty of 2016 SXSW music to stream.
Here’s where to find your free SXSW 2016 music:
Download The Austin 100: A SXSW 2016 Mix from National Public Radio. It’s a fantastic collection of 100 songs in a variety of genres.
NoiseTrade is offering the Chicken Ranch SXSW 2015 Sampler, a collection of 11 songs.
You can also download MPressFest SXSW 2016 10th Anniversary collection, which features 18 songs from MPress Record’s artists who have helped shape them over the years and will be celebrating with them at SXSW.
Sign up for a free Spotify account and you can stream hundreds of songs from the event. Just do a search for SXSW 2016 on Spotify to find albums and playlists.
If you’re a member of Amazon Prime, you can stream 100 songs from SXSW 2016 for free.
If you subscribe to Apple Music on iTunes, you can stream several SXSW 2016 Playlists. (Just do a search to find them).
And if music isn’t your thing (or you need a break from the tunes), you can listen to some of the talks at SXSW 2016 on SoundCloud. (You’ll see music from last year, and if you scroll down, you’ll see things from this year’s event.) You can also watch a live stream of the events at the SXSW official website.
With so much music to choose from, you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy. And if you don’t, you can also check out our list of where to find free music downloads.
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Pamela Car says
Another Good read here, I live in northwest NC, and you will Never hear those bands on fm radio, it is imperative for someone to have pandora or outlaw channel 60, on the satellite radio, round here it’s bro-kountry, or rap, and not to forget, the classic rock station out of Greaseboro, playing that 72 song playlist.