Lollapalooza: Google Gives Away 20 Free Songs From Performers

    July 31, 2012
    Chris Crum

Google is giving away 20 free songs from performers appearing at Lollapalooza.

If you want free music from The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neon Indian, Sigur Rós, Dum Dum Girls, Afghan Whigs, or others, today’s your lucky day. Here’s the full list of available tracks from Google Play:

Free music from Google

“This year, the Chicago lineup features at least a few names from the festival’s heyday years—most notably enduring funk-rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers—but in keeping with the fest’s original spirit, Lollapalooza 2012 largely celebrates the sounds of right now: M83’s epic synth rock and tUnE-yArDs’ neo-tribal ruckus, Bassnectar and SBTRKT’s differing takes on dubstep, The Tallest Man on Earth’s Swedish-accented alt-country, Michael Kiwanuka’s arresting folk blues and Sigur Ros’ aching instrumental rock,” says Google Play’s Eric Grandy. “In between, the playlist will give you plenty of chill electropop (Washed Out, Neon Indian), indie rock (Twin Shadow, Bear in Heaven) and even some retro soul (Aloe Blacc).”

Google is also streaming Lollapalooza live on YouTube:

The event takes place August 3-5.


Chris Crum
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