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- the stones are awake
Music composed by Warren Daly, includes excerpts from longer compositions written for the multi-faceted live performance The Stones Are Awake.
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.
- In the press: Interview with Warren Daly – The Advisor, Cambodia
We were privileged to have Phoenix Jay call to our studios and interview Dina Chhan and myself. Being compared to László is an honor. We will have Interactive painting walls at our gigs in 2013 so we hope to live up to the claims :) The Colour of Music The artist sweeps one arm over […]
- A blast from the past and the future
A brief and incomplete history of undermine, lakker and suburban cutting champions
- Episode 020 – Ambient Chillout
Voyage to a tranquil haven on drifting clouds of sound, soothing ambient waves and layers of floating melodies. My latest excursion is mixed entirely using Netlabel and creative commons music.
- Episode 019 – Electronica Mix
I’m kicking off 2011 with an all Netlabel mix! Yes, that’s right folks, 1 hour of netaudio bliss in this AgentCast.
- Live music & clubbing in Cambodia, South East Asia
If you’re in living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia or just passing through you’ll have noticed a burgeoning arts & culture scene. Art exhibitions, theatre, movie festivals and live music are all stepping up in quality and diversity. It’s exciting times for the arts in Phnom Penh and soon we’ll be going head to head with other capital cities in south-east Asia and beyond.
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