Vulpiano Records on Internet Archive ⇢

I am pleased to announce that the Vulpiano Records catalog, a label devoted to exclusively Creative Commons releases, is now being uploaded to the Internet Archive:

Most of the catalog is there, with a handful of releases remaining to be uploaded soon.

The Internet Archive is a fabulous digital preservation project - for those unfamiliar with the Archive’s work, please see this link:

Uploading the catalog to the Archive means a more permanent storage solution, delivering the content directly to a community of Creative Commons aficionados, tagging by genre, and enabling easier streaming and embedding of content. A vast repository of content from other netlabels housed on Internet Archive can be accessed here:

As always, Vulpiano continues to be open to music submissions from unsigned and independent artists - please contact or visit for more information.



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Vulpiano Records isn’t an ordinary label. Vulpiano is a collective and a community. The concept behind Vulpiano is simple: to offer quality free music. Genres we specialize in are ambient, electronic, and acoustic. All artists are linked by their spirit of independence and experimentation. We hope you enjoy and share the music. - Founder Marilyn Roxie and Vulpiano Artists

Contact: to submit music for release consideration, use the submission form, or Soundcloud Dropbox. Send me
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Creative Commons License

All music is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0.
Are you a music blogger, podcaster, or film-maker looking to feature a Vulpiano track in your content non-commercially? You can utilize any of the tracks in the Vulpiano library free for streaming or download as long as you credit the artist! Click on the Creative Commons license for more information, or contact Roxie to inquire if you're not sure.

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