Throwaway files vol 5. 2.0: The final installment

Well, this is it. I’ve now done about 20 volumes of these free, old, lost beats and I’ve officially run out of them. This will be the final installment for the foreseeable future.
In case you have no clue what I’m talking about, these are old beats I never used that , for some reason or another, never made it to the show. The minor leagues , if you will. If you’ve enjoyed these, do a search on my blog for more of them and they will overtake your entire I-tunes library.

Here you go:

Also, since I’ve been doing these, I get tons of emails of people asking me if they may use these. Well, yes and no. If you have no plans of ever selling the music you make (be it a demo tape or a mixtape you hand out to friends) then feel free to use them for whatever you like. Otherwise, it’s a no go. Also, just cause you use them doesn’t mean I really wanna hear the outcome. No offense or anything but I get sent links of all sorts to peoples music all the time and I’ve simply vowed to not listen to any of it. Just to be fair. But , also, cause 98% of it is god awful and I don’t have the patience. This is not a swipe at anyone who’s sent me stuff in the last year or so , as I’ve been not listening to demo’s since the early 2000’s. I’m not an A&R or a record label. I cannot help anyone.
Annnnnyway, I hope you enjoy these. Also…you may know I have a new album out. So, after all these free mediocre beats, why don’t you go buy some full fledged good ones!

5 thoughts on “Throwaway files vol 5. 2.0: The final installment

  1. Bought the new album….very dope. Undecided on where it falls on my favorite Blockhead album list, but it’s up there.

    And always appreciate the freebies. I wish anything I made was as good as your throwaway shit.


  2. Thanks for this last Throwaway files, I love this song, thanks you for your work.

    Buy the new album !

  3. This question just popped in my head as I lurk through your old bloggery: When an artist wants to remix another artist’s song… do they hit them up like, “Yo shoot me all your samples!” Obviously in hip-hop a remix is just a capellas over an entirely new instrumental… but in electronic there is an element of the original song preserved. I was just curious, have no intention of Blockhead remixes (at least until I blow up superstar status).

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