Arc North ‘Meant To Be feat. Krista Marina’ (FSTU)

Recently launched as a record label, FreeSongsToUse quickly established itself as one of the go-to destinations for music vloggers and gamers looking for a wide variety of copyright free music to use on their YouTube & Twitch content. For their new official release, they have signed one of their closest collaborators, Arc North, who in spite of his young age already figures amongst the most promising young producers from Sweden, a country globally renowned for its contribution to the dance music scene.

The 19 year old producer has been making waves recently with an official remix of Goblins From Mars‘ Cold Blooded Love, the creation of his own artist collective and label TidalWave, as well as a string of self released singles like Heroic, which racked up over a hundred thousands plays on SoundCloud. His new vocal single ‘Meant To Be’ is another string to his bow – his second collaboration with the young female singer and a tune that’s certain to catch the ears of dance music lovers worldwide with its pop feel and ethereal notes, emphasized by Krista Marina’s sultry voice.

On the track, Arc North said “Meant To Be is a tale of uncertainty and unanswered love I think most of us can relate to. Music for me is all about connecting with people and that I can put my experiences to life through rhythm and share the way I felt is just incredible.”

About Arc North:

“A daily fight to improve upon myself. Every time I go to bed I wish to be one step further than when I awoke that morning. Producing allows me to reach new heights and to explore new terrain. This is why I rarely stick to a single genre, each track an improvement upon the last in understanding and creativity. It isn’t about a single release or a final number, it’s about the progression. The consistent effort to become better.”
– Arc North


Flux Pavilion X Ekali – I Can’t Stop (Just A Tune Flip)

Daybreak – Electric Mantis

Beyonce – Crazy In Love (Prince Fox Remix)

Trey Palms “Image Is Nothing” EP

Pharrell Williams – Happy (NEUS Remix)

Anjunabeats has today issued a short statement regarding the infringement of copyright on the track “Let’s Go featuring Chris Brown”.


Anjunabeats has today issued a short statement regarding the infringement of copyright on the track “Let’s Go featuring Chris Brown”.

Anjunabeats is the record label behind Arty and Mat Zo and owns the master recording rights to their collaboration “Rebound.” Mat Zo and Arty have been important members of the Anjunabeats family for a number of years and “Rebound” was one of the label’s most popular releases in 2011.

As has been widely reported, a large section of “Rebound” was sampled on’s track “Let’s Go featuring Chris Brown” and this took place without the permission of Anjunabeats or Arty & Mat Zo.

Although Arty (but not Mat Zo) was credited in the sleeve notes, this is not the same as obtaining permission. To present someone else’s work as your own, you need to seek permission, agree terms and file paperwork, which has not happened in this case.

We’ve remained silent on this issue until now but as a record label it is our obligation to protect our artists’ interests and we felt it was necessary to respond to some of the inaccuracies that have been reported following’s recent comments to Associated Press.


Mord Fustang – We Are Now Connected

New from Mord Fustang is this cheerful and uplifting track We Are Now Connected. I’m really diggin’ the old school deadmau5 vibes in this track… Anyone else agree?!

PS, I’m a little more than pissed right now at Plasmapool Records, as I uploaded a clip of this track onto my YouTube channel and they reported it as a copyright violation. Basically, more more strike and I can kiss my YouTube channel goodbye. It’s really frustrating.

Mord Fustang – We Are Now Connected [download]

White House wants new copyright law crackdown

The White House today proposed sweeping revisions to U.S. copyright law, including making “illegal streaming” of audio or video a federal felony and allowing FBI agents to wiretap suspected infringers.

In a 20-page white paper, the Obama administration called on the U.S. Congress to fix “deficiencies that could hinder enforcement” of intellectual property laws.

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