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- Episode 024 – A little bit of bass, a little bit of drum
This mix is pretty eclectic. I kick off with a little drum and bass and drop in some memorizing electronica. Meandering though some broken beats, I bounce in some 4/4 with a few layers of deep and funky bass, rounding it all off with some wobbly dubstep.
Adrift promises to bring you on a journey into something truly different with tracks charting a journey through time covering half the globe. Blending field recordings with warm electronic tones, Ebauche has sculpted a landscape in which listeners can lose themselves.
- SWAGGER is back with the best music in Phnom Penh
Back by popular demand. One of Phnom Penh’s longest running music and art nights returns to deliver the best underground music on the planet.
- BitBasic – The Pale – Funky glitchy breaks
BitBasic a.k.a Simon Haycock creates uplifting glitchy electronica. His latest album entitled The Pale is out on Get Some! Records, and it encompasses a vast range of genres. Simon has unlocked the door to a musical pick and mix shop, selecting slices of sounds from a rainbow of genres, melting them together with apparent ease.
- Episode 055 – Special Emit Records Mix
Exclusively showcasing tracks from one of my all-time favourite record labels, Em:t Records (aka Emit records). Sadly the record label is no longer active, having released material in the 90’s before closing down, and then again in the early 00’s before meeting the same fate and shutting down again in 2006.
- John Dalton
John Dalton took an early interest in music, but it wasn’t until he discovered the outer fringes of experimental electronic music in his mid to late teens that this really took hold. These early influences included the likes of Front 242, Skinny Puppy, Cabaret Voltaire, and perhaps most significantly, Coil. Soon after, he got his […]
- BBC Reviews “Viewmaster” by Ryan Van Winkle and Dan Gorman
It’s an impressively immersive experience for such a low-tech approach. And it’s a performance I take part in.
ViewMaster is not just an album or a book, it is a performance — a personal slide-show for your eyes and ears only. When performed Ryan Van Winkle and sound artist Dan Gorman guide you through a playful, surreal, journey to a distant land. It is an immersive piece aided by the set-design of Faith Eliott and, of course, our trusty vintage View-master.
WASH is a spoken word/electronica collaborative project between Warren Daly, Alex Leonard, Scott Bywater and Hal FX
- Swagger at Meta house: The best underground music and art in Phnom Penh
2 areas, live art, multiple projectors… we’re taking clubbing to a new level in Phnom Penh
- How to use a Korg ElecTribe ER-1 drum machine as a MIDI controller
The Korg Electribe ER1 was released in 1999 as a dedicated electronic drum machine to complement the Korg bass synths.
- WASH: Live at Meta House, Phnom Penh
The WASH collaboration comes to Meta House, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Toaster, Matt Davignon, Jim Kaiser at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco
Toaster, Matt Davignon, Jim Kaiser play live at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco
- Sleeping Constellations
A stunning chill-out, downtempo album by Drew Miller, a.k.a The Northern Hemisphere. Contains 11 beautifully composed tracks with custom photographs by Basil. A custom image per track A HQ custom artwork pack in PDF format 11 stunning tracks…..
- Hip Hop – Obama says no to Instrumental
Everybody knows the power of words is tremendous, and writing a controversial post increases traffic. A perfect example of this is Phillip Mlynar’s recent article in SF Weekly with an award-winning title “Instrumental Hip-Hop Sucks. Ban It Forever“. I chuckled when I first read the title and knew it was going to cause a stir. […]
- Virtual painting wall at TEDx Phnom Penh
Warren Daly from Invisible Agent and Chhan Dina presented at this years TEDx in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The event combined live speakers with TED video screenings and discussions on the 15th of October 2011. Their presentation was entitled ‘The art of virtual obsolescence’ and they displayed a working example of an interactive graffiti and painting wall constructed from recycled electronic equipment.
- A blast from the past and the future
A brief and incomplete history of undermine, lakker and suburban cutting champions
- Happy Equinox! Best of Dub, Ragga, Dubstep, Drum & Bass: Equinox, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
September Equinox is a time of balance when “day and night are equal”, well almost equal. It marks the beginning of winter preparations and is a time to respect the impending dark while giving thanks to the sunlight.
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