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- Episode 033 – Ambient
I thoroughly enjoyed blending these amazing ambient tracks. So much talent and so many excellent Netlabels.
- Ebauche to release new ambient album
Lush ambient tracks by ebauche accompanied by layers of beautiful colours by Polish painter Adrianna Snochowska. Available on unique limited edition lathe cut records, CDs, and HQ digital download.
- Happy New Year 2015
Thanks to all the folks who rang in the New Year at 3 Mangoes, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Poolside beats, rooftop garden chill-out zone. Digital projections, and a selection of art installations by Dina Chhan.
- Episode 049 – Watch your bass bins
An all netlabel mix, with plenty of dubstep, electronica, and bass. Stay tuned for more amazing mixes.
- WASH: Organic grooves & multi-textured smoothies
A bicycle bell tinkles high above muffled chatter and the distant swoosh of street noise. A single note rings out, slowly reverberating into silence. A second note, lower this time. The pitch drops again, followed by… the rush of wind? The splash of waves, perhaps? A lone voice with sing-song lilt echoes the same tonal […]
- Invisible Agent Podcasts now available on Stitcher
Stitcher is an on-demand podcast and Internet radio service. They provide free streaming from their website and Android and iPhone apps. Stitcher aggregates content from thousands of content providers. You’ll have access to new content while on the go without having to sync your device. After a review my podcasts were accepted to the Stitcher […]
- Lots of services, not much choice.
If you have an account on any of the popular music download services you will notice selected tracks labeled as ‘Album Only’, meaning that you can’t buy them individually, only as part of the entire ‘album’. So who’s in control of this activity? the artist, the record label or the distributor?
Or alternatively, why not check out one of these great bits of music!