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- Episode 057 – Warren Daly
A few years ago I spent time in the Himalayas, traveling all around Nepal, and northern India. During that time I visited several music, and cultural centers where I purchased a lot of instrumental releases.
- Warren Daly
Warren owns and manages Invisible Agent Records. With a background in pirate radio, festivals, and clubs, Warren Daly made the move from DJing to creating and performing his own music and live visuals as the curtain closed on the last millennium.
- Love Rhino
Love Rhino is Dublin-born, Wellington-based singer, guitarist, electronic musician, sound designer, loop enthusiast and radio presenter Jonathan O’Riordan. His first release with Invisible Agent was on a 2004 double A side 12″ with fellow Dubliner 2BiT. Since then he has released an EP, “Two Little Words” (2005) and album, “Tumatakuru” (2009), both of which are […]
- Episode 052 – Eclectic Jazzy mix from New Zealand
What do Nina Simone, Boards of Canada, John Carpenter, and Pearl Jam have in common? Love Rhino mixes our 52nd podcast entitled From Kaiwharawhara to Whakarewarewa.
- The underground club scene in Phnom Penh…
Coming very much from the leftfield art and music scene, Invisible Agent’s Swagger night has been creating quite the stir amongst Phnom Penh’s avant garde with its combination of cutting edge sounds, live visuals and even live painting.
- Is legally downloaded music value for money?
Are iTunes parasites? Are the ‘old deals’ with the major record labels better deals for the artists. I’d like to know how digital downloads stack up against CDs in terms of value for money for the fans.
- Netlabel Tracker #7: unfoundsound records
For the last tracker in 2010, I’m proud to present Philadelphia-based label ‘Foundsound Records’. Foundsound showcases quirky, dancefloor-friendly minimal Techno and Microhouse. Their first 12″ vinyl was released in June 2004 and with 23 releases and counting they’ve been a busy crew. On the flip side they run Unfoundsound Records and release high quality music under Creative Commons.
- Netlabel Tracker #4: 12Rec
12Rec excel in releasing quality music from post-rock outfits. Diverse and energetic recordings encompassing Lo-Fi folk, Shoegaze Indiepop, Chambermusic, Jazz, Avant-Garde and Americana.
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