Thanks to our members, our collection of music is big. We double-dog-dare you to search our Shop
- and see if you can't find something you dig. We're betting you will. So confident that we might even throw down a triple-dog-dare next time we meet.
We tweaked our site's search engine. It'll now help you find what you want. Give it a go! Start typing a word into the search box, and see a list of possible matches drop down. Whoa, is it magic?!
$1 digital delivery.
Downloading music you've purchased or traded for on Murfie is as easy as pie, if you follow this set of instructions
- choose your digital format (mp3, flac, alac, or aac)
- spend $1
- sit back and relax while your download bakes
- we'll shoot you an email once it's cool and ready to go
When shopping on Murfie, you now have the option to purchase a retail copy of any album listed. Don't be hasty
, though - keep in mind that member copies are almost always a better buy. True fact.
, should you choose to accept it...
You've been designated the DJ at a friend's barbecue. Lots of cool people will be there. Your reputation...nay your honor!...will be on the line. Moment of truth - what album do you show up with?
That's the mental exercise we posed to a few of our staffers. Did Mitch, Will, and Tynan dominate the challenge, or was it more like Mission: Impossible for them? Let's find out.
picks Xen Cuts - Ninja Tune record label
"It's one of the best compilations of downtempo, left-field hip hop and experimental electronic music I've come across."
picks 40oz. to Freedom - Sublime
"It's the quintessential summertime beer and BBQ album. It has classics that transcend genre and please the ear of audiophiles and newbies alike."
picks The Black Album - Jay-Z
"It's hard to go wrong with Jay-Z. I'm not a huge rap fan, but he's a genius. The Black Album
was an instant classic. It's got a lot of tracks produced by The Neptunes, stuff that's always upbeat and summery."