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- Video: Warren Daly to release experimental ambient EP
Upcoming experimental ambient music release by Warren Daly, mirrors the sound of the unexplored over 3 tracks, with an accompanied video.
Damian Tubbritt has been making his own brand of machine music since 1999 as ikeaboy and Damoikea, originally getting into production as a way to promote his DJ-ing.
- 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.
- Sunken Foal
Sunken Foal a.k.a Dunk Murphy released his album Fallen Arches on Planet Mu in 2008. He has a number of releases on his own label Countersunk as Sunken Foal, and collaborations as The Natural History Museum.
Ebauche (aka Alex Leonard) has been producing music since 2001. Musically his output covers a range of dark beat driven electronic music, to sublime ambient cascades, to simple piano compositions.
- 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.
- Flying free on Bandcamp: Danseizure – ‘This is Danseizure’ now available
Danseizure a.k.a Dan Gorman has been with us since our inception in 2000. His previous albums ‘At Home with’ and ‘Let’s not go out’ were released free of charge in 2002 and 2005 respectively. Since then, thousands of listeners have enjoyed Dan’s wonderful creations. The monster track ‘throw’ sparkled and stood out on the first […]
- The war on music
It’s foolish to ignore the future of music distribution. It’s obvious that the old encumbents are bloated and slow to act.
- Pay for illegal music downloads?
The Internet revolution is like the railway revolution of 200 years ago. New and excessive opportunities are available for everyone. The major record labels missed the 6.15 and while they stand freezing on the virtual platform they whine about ‘piracy’ and CD sales being down. Online music sales are increasing at an exponential rate Major […]
- Episode 015 – IDM, Electronica, Breakbeat
I swiftly glide through various genres in this 60 minute aural excursion that includes a few classics. I’m hoping to hear more from Ed Chamberlain soon. I saw him at BLOC in 2007 and his liveset was absolutely brilliant. His last pressing was in 2008 on Baselogic. Fingers crossed he’ll come out with some crackers this year. Adam Freeland supplies […]
- Warren Daly – Epokhe EP reviewed in DJ Magazine
Excellent DJ Mag review of Warren Daly’s new electro release Epokhe, labelling it jaw-droppingly beautiful, with sensuous melodies and sweet chords.
- State review ‘I am Corrugated’
Read the latest review of Corrugated Tunnel’s ‘I am Corrugated’ album featured in State Magazine.
- Episode 006 – Spin FM Mix
This 30 minute mix by Corrugated Tunnel comes from a 2008 mix set on Ireland’s Spin FM and features a number of Corrugated Tunnel’s own tunes, along with tunes from DJ Fex, Mark O’Sullivan, David Duriez and Noise Control.
- I am Corrugated
I AM CORRUGATED is an accomplished piece of work; deep, brooding, melodic, uplifting, atmospheric; a work that claws at your emotions and expects something in return.
- TB Rox in DJ Mag
Another excellent review for Corrugated Tunnel in this month’s DJ Mag.
- Ikeaboy picks his Dancefloor destroyer for DJ Mag
DJ Mag – Ikeaboy picks Andrea Parker – Freaky Bitches (Touching Bass) as his Dancefloor Destroyer.
- Ikeaboy – Metanoia EP Reviews
Following Decal’s EP earlier this year on Invisible Agent, Ikeaboy drops an EP that covers underground electro’s many sounds.
- Alphabet Set 5th Birthday Party
Alphabet Set are 5 years old this May and are celebrating with nasty bass, body-poppin’ and slasher gashin, getting sick on the speakers and violently gyrating as thought they’re expert interpretative dancers!
Performances from Deep Burial, Sarsparilla, Bluefood, and T-Woc.
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