I've recently put the songs I've written and recorded back online at last.fm. The two albums are Let's Party and Schizophrenia and the music is freely downloadable. If you're curious and have time to listen to just one song, I recommend Circle on the Schizophrenia album.
The process of putting music online is sure a lot easier than last time I did it ten years ago. The interfaces are much better, both the interface to "rip" the CDs (I used iTunes) and the interface to last.fm. The faster Internet certainly helps a lot too.
The MP3 encoding seems to be better as well (or maybe it's just the faster bit rates) and the music sounds almost as good as it does directly from the CD. Since CDs are rapidly becoming a thing of the past, it's nice to have the music in reasonable quality MP3 format available everywhere for people to download to their iPods.
Since I've never intended to sell the music and since I don't think much of Copyright laws (as regular readers know), this music is free for any and every use, as far as I'm concerned.