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Get Free Music From the Seattle Public Library

October 22, 2014

Here’s something cool for Seattle Public Library cardholders: free music downloads.

As if it weren’t cool enough that you can get free passes to area museums and check out movies for up to two weeks at a time (without a late fee), you can now download up to five tunes a week through the online service Freegal FREE.

In fact, I did just that right before I posted this deal and am currently listening to three songs by one of my favorite local groups, Uncle Bonsai (“The Baby’s Head is an Hexagon,” “Where’s My Puppy?” and “Heaven on Earth”) as well as more recent hits “All About that Base” by Meghan Trainor and “Pompeii” by Bastille.

All you have to do is create your own account on the SPL web site, then do a search for Freegal and pick your favorites. They don’t expire and you can download them to itunes. Check out Freegal to see what’s available.

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