10 Best Free Music Websites

Nowadays, it seems like you can get anything online for free. You can watch free movies or play free games. So it’s not surprising that you can also get free music. The internet has improved the way we do everything, including listening to our favorite songs or albums. With several websites providing free streaming music, you’ll never have to pay for music again. Here are 10 websites you can visit to listen to free music.

1. iHeartRadio

iHeartRadio is unique because it allows you to listen to not only custom stations but live radio stations, too. If you love your local rock station, and you’d hate to miss its morning show, you can listen to it using the iHeartRadio application on any TV, console, computer, or smartphone. It boasts over 18 million songs, 4,500 artists, and 1,500 live radio stations

2. Pandora

Pandora is a renowned website among music lovers. On Pandora, you choose the artists or songs you like, create stations based on your choices, then listen to music that’s similar to your favorite tracks. You can have up to 100 personalized radio stations, and you’re allowed a few skips if you hear a song you don’t like. By liking or disliking a song, you can create a station unique to you. It’s the ideal option if you love a wide variety of music or are looking for new songs and artists.

3. Spotify

Spotify has over 20 million options in its catalog. Because it streams at 320kbps, it provides higher quality music compared to Pandora. This website allows you to listen to the exact song you want to listen to in addition to individual artists or albums. Create a playlist for any situation or any mood. You can listen to Spotify on your computer or phone.

4. Google Play

Google Play is a great place to find independent artists, and you can download songs through your computer or phone. You can access its entire catalog of songs, and though they’re not all for free, the free options are plenty. Google Play will also feature free songs you can listen to or download weekly

5. Mixcloud

This website allows you full access to long audio files, radio shows, and music mixes. Mixcloud also allows you to create and mark as a “favorite” any playlist on the website. It’s simple to download the application and play any one of its 3 million songs.

6. Grooveshark

GrooveShark allows you to easily search for songs from its long list of music options. Like Pandora, the website has ads, but ads are what keep the website free. It primarily relies on users to provide music, but the options are vast. While the site can be a little sluggish at times, it’s a great alternative to Pandora or Spotify.

7. Deezer Music

Deezer has over 35 million music options in its catalog, rivaling some of the larger music streaming services available. The website allows you to search through its music for an unlimited amount of time for two months. After two months, you can listen for two hours each day. You can pay for upgrades, but for most people, the free version works great! You can download the app from the iTunes store.

8. Last.fm

Last.FM has been around for years. It’s one of the oldest in the business of free music streaming, so it has a huge catalog of songs, albums, and artists. The website keeps track of everything you’ve played—never again will you lose a song you loved.

9. Slacker Radio

Slacker only has 13 million tracks, but it provides a wide array of music completely free. You can customize your own playlists as well as listen to top hits of the day. It’s available for download on your computer and most phones. There are ads, which can be removed if you pay, but they are minimal compared to other websites.

10. SoundCloud

SoundCloud allows anyone to upload any music or audio file. Other uses can then listen and comment. It’s unique because people can upload their own music. You never know what you’ll find. The website is also easy to use as you search for tags applied to tracks. It’s completely ad-free because it’s user-run.

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Posted on May 5, 2023