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Subatomicglue (written uncapitalized, as a single word) is an Internet musical group formed in 1999, the brain child of Kevin Meinert. They are among the first bands to use Creative Commons licensing, and is a good example of free music. The band openly encourages collaboration and use of their music in other projects.

Collaborators include Bob Rissetto, James Hindley, Herb Sawyer, Lewis Hill, Vavrek (of Tryad), Basilisk, and Tony Nagy. subatomicglue is known for free, high quality, instrumental electronic music that crosses several genres: including electronic rock, trance, industrial, IDM. Albums are freely availabile in mp3 and ogg format at the band’s website, along with a frequently updated work in progress that anyone may listen to see what the band is up to. At the time of this writing[when?], the music is easy to find on P2P networks, such as eMule/eDonkey, Gnutella, or Slsk.

Their front page states that subatomicglue is „groovy, dark, exotic, with elements of beauty and shadow. an exploration to the reality of your innerworld.“ In the spirit of open source and Creative Commons, subatomicglue accepts requests for collaboration, submissions of song art, and cover art, and remixes of songs. subatomicglue has collaborated with many Internet projects (see below for a few of these). Song source material is available for remixers and artists.

subatomicglue’s first successful album „globalenemy“ debuted in 2001, with a limited supply of CDs for sale. Quite rare these days, the CD came with a 4 page booklet in a jewel-case with lots of full color art. These days[when?] CDs sold by subatomicglue are simpler and more of the promotional CD envelope style.




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