VerbicideMagazine.com counts down the top 50 albums of 2010! Agree? Disagree? Let us know what we nailed and what we missed. There are a few surprises and hopefully everyone will find something new to check out that they might have missed.
Verbicide is giving you access to their latest free digital mixtape. The company worked long and hard with a bunch of fine folks to put together a collection of music that you haven’t heard yet anywhere else.
Featured on this mixtape is a new release from Darryl Jenifer of the legendary hardcore band Bad Brains (courtesy of ROIR). We’ve got the brand new Spokes track, “We Can Make It Out,” courtesy of Montreal-based Ninja Tune. They picked a track from Ottawa-based Philly Moves, winner of the Readers’ Choice Award in the 2010 Verbicide Unsigned contests. They also selected a track from the Judges’ Choice Award winner, Annie Bethancourt.
This mixtape marks the first public release of The Mynabirds’ forthcoming holiday single, “All I Want is Truth (for Christmas)” (Saddle Creek Records). The magazine has also included unheard songs from Broughton’s Rules (Relapse Records), The Sky Life (Deep Elm), Oh Land (Epic Records), and a whole lot more.
Fans got to choose from a variety of artists over a range of musical genres; from indie rock, alternative, and folk, to punk, metal, and hip-hop.
Not only will the winners receive press coverage — they’ll be receiving much more. VerbicideMagazine.com has teamed up with an array of partners to award the grand prize winner free CD manufacturing, gift certificates for music gear, and more. Fan voting will ended on September 27.
The first round is over and now it’s up to you to help pick the winner. Choose from a variety of artists over a range of musical genres; from indie rock, alternative, and folk, to punk, metal, and hip-hop. We’ve even got some 8-bit music. It’s really too hard for us to choose the best. That’s why we need your help.
Verbicide Select Mixtape Volume 6 is now available as a free download. The mix tape is a collection of the best and most popular tracks featured on VerbicideMagazine.com in the past couple months, alongside a few special, previously unreleased tracks.
The website’s newest mixtape features a wide variety of music that ranges from folk (Mountain Man), to hip-hop (Central Services), to metal (Howl), to indie rock and garage rock (The Dead Weather, School of Seven Bells). It also features tracks by Mike Patton, Yacht, Stripmall Architecture, and more!
If you’d ever like one of your tracks to be considered for inclusion on their download page — and to possibly be included (at their discretion) on a future Verbicide Select Mixtape — email your MP3 submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Required materials include a web address to link to an MP3 hosted on your site, a band bio, and a press photo.
Verbicide Select Mixtape Volume 4 is available now for FREE. This is our collection of the best and most popular tracks featured on VerbicideMagazine.com in the past couple months.
Our newest mixtape is our lengthiest yet — 13 tracks that will appeal to fans with a wide range of musical taste. Featuring tracks from Neon Indian, Midnight Masses, League510, Elliott Smith, a previously-unreleased Jenny Owen Youngs track, and much more!
If you’d ever like one of your tracks to be considered for inclusion on our download page — and to possibly be included (at our discretion) on a future Verbicide Select Mixtape — email your submission to email@example.com. Required materials include a web address to link to an MP3 hosted on your site, a band bio, and a press photo.