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  • Episode 041 – Downtempo Chillout

    Soothing soundscapes, down-tempo beats and ambient goodness await you in this 90 minute mix. It’s another all Netlabel podcast.

  • ViewMaster in St Andrews

    Dan and Ryan are heading to St Andrews this weekend for two days of ViewMaster performances. The festival programme is bursting with poets from all over the world and we hope you’ll fit us in if you happen to be around.

  • 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.

  • Toaster to play Wonder Valley Experimental Music Festival 7

    Toaster will be jamming live, and improvising with guitar, and other electronics at the Wonder Valley Experimental Music Festival 2015.

  • 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.

  • ViewMaster – Ryan Van Winkle & Dan Gorman – Upcoming Release

    Ryan Van Winkle and sound artist Dan Gorman guide you through a playful, surreal, journey to a distant land.

  • 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.

  • Netlabel recommendations and reviews

    What is the Netlabel Tracker? The netlabel tracker contains reviews and recommendation of quality netlabels that are active and innovative. I’m wish to spread the reviews across as many genres as possible. Why do I post Netlabel reviews? Discovering great new music is gratifying, but some days the thought of scouring the web for freshly […]

  • Episode 037 – Techno Bass

    Starting out with some bass heavy goodness, easing into some more laid back 4/4 grooves with a vocal driven track by Mr Bitterness and then more melodic, minimal techno influenced numbers. All the tracks are Netlabel releases.

  • Episode 036 – Ambient Melodies

    A melodic ambient mix heavily featuring independent electronic artists from Bandcamp!

  • Merry pranksters from the MPAA

    It would seem that MPAA CEO Chris Dodd has completely lost the plot. According to a very angry letter from Senator Dodd, protests against SOPA are ‘pranks’ and websites supporting the Anti-SOPA campaign are doing it “to further their corporate interests”. This would imply the creative commons world, Wikipedia et al, are a bunch of […]

  • 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 […]

  • Danseizure’s LP “This is Danseizure” – detailed review by Dovetail (Katie Weed)

    At once energetic, ambient, and brimming with both field recordings and original sounds, the appeal of Danseizure’s LP “This is Danseizure” lies in his ability to grasp the ephemeral, detailed mystery of countless moments, all in the span of ten tracks.

  • RIAA versus Invisible Agent Records

    It has recently been brought to our attention by the RIAA that certain tracks released on Invisible Agent Records contain bin-aural beats and must be removed from all distribution channels and online shops.

  • 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 […]

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