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Selected Zoidworks 05-12 by Zoid

Utilising both expermemtation and improvisation to create something unique is a tough task in today’s world. Zoid seems to have utilised both and has created something that will be tough to top in its field

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Netlabelism Cast 16 – Ambient, Electronica

Ambient & Chillout Tracks – Best of 2012 I’ve selected some of my favorite Ambient Netlabel tracks from 2012. This is a downtempo mix and is part 1 of a 2 part Podcast. There is a vast amount of quality music available and I certainly have not listened to all of it, this is just […]

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Wes T versus Chris Bradbury @ Meta House, Phnom Penh

The Colour of Music

The Colour of Music – By Phoenix Jay The artist sweeps one arm over a canvas unrolled on the studio floor like a psychedelic welcome mat – a vast technicolour mash-up of lively forms and textures. From the next room, the dull rhythmic thud of bass bins threatens to stir the sticky air. “I will […]

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LIve painting by chhna dina at meta house phnom penh

Live music & art events in Cambodia, South East Asia

Looking for something different to do in Cambodia? Want to see engaging new art, listen to live music, or go to a decent club night? Phnom Penh is a dynamic and expanding city, so it’s about time I updated my earlier post suggesting some resources to assist you on your quest for entertainment. The capital […]

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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 […]

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Warren Daly Agent Cast Episode 44

Episode 044 – Ambient Transmissions by Warren Daly

A mix inspired by Ambienteer’s experiments using an old 70′s transistor radio to listen to shortwave transmissions. He recorded samples from the radio, and distorted and looped them to use as elements in a number of his tracks. This mix uses tracks which remind me of these old tones, signals, and distortion.

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Bitbasic’s low freq showdown : Cut Netlabel

Bitbasic low frequency mix Armed with a monome and a salvo of tracks from the excellent Cut Netlabel, Simon Haycock provided this months Netlabelism mix. If you know Cut, you’ll know they’re all about quality. It’s a bass heavy affair with tracks by Roughquest, Mekha, Existance, Rain Dog, Koloah, Actraiser, Lostlojic, Totte, Vax, Sigmafly, Great Skies, and […]

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Netlabelism Cast 14

Dub, Hip Hop, Bass music and much more The netlabelism podcast series mixed by Warren Daly continues to highlight the finest selection of Netaudio music from around the globe. An eclectic mix featuring dub, electronica, hip hop, bass music and much more. Fresh cuts of music from Jehm Records, Dusted Wax, Kahvi, A Quiet Bump and […]

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Netlabelism Cast 13 – Electronica, Dub, Bass

The World of NetAudio Every month I will produce a podcast for Netlabelism magazine. I’ll be focusing on a range of new releases from the world of netaudio, essentially it 100% music and a convenient way to listen to new artists and music. This months mix highlights a selection of ambient, electronica, dub, bass and […]

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Episode 043 – Ambient Textures by Warren Daly

Ambient textures and chilled out soundscapes feature in this 90 minute mix by Warren Daly. Bask in the found sounds and piano melodies layered over tranquil compositions.

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It’s time for some Jammy Toast Podcasts…

The Jammy Toast podcast is back in full effect. Yes, that’s right folks, mix number 20 is here and it’s choc’ full of Invisible Agent goodness and more fantastic Netlabel music. Discover New Netlabel Music From 2007 to 2009 Pete produced 19 podcasts, now he’s back in style to showcase even more excellent discoveries. I […]

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Warren Daly streaming on Stitcher podcast and live radio service

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 […]

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OffTheSky: compilation of tracks on Autoplate, Resting Bell, Zymogen, and Passage

A fresh Netlabelism podcast is available. An hour long excursion into the works of offthesky. US based artist Jason Corder utilizes adverse software in combination with glitch, guitar, field recordings, and even weather pattern data to create lush and emotional sound collages. This mix touches on his some of his work released on Autoplate, Resting […]

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Melodica and Bass - Podcast Episode 42 by Warren Daly

Episode 042 – Melodica and Bass by Warren Daly

The podcast by Warren Daly, covers a range of genres, including but not confined to Bass, Electronica, Electro, Techno, Dubstep and Breaks from Netlabels

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Dukla Prague Away Kit Review - Al Kemet by Ketsa

Dukla Prague Away Kit Review – Al Kemet by Ketsa

This is Ketsa, a Londoner Dominic Giam who produces rather fine electronica for the more classical ear, mixing jazz influences with rolling beats and all round glitch-iness that is not a million miles off Four Tet, Funki Porcini, and Minotaur Shock.

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Netlabelism Review – Al Kemet by Ketsa

There is a distinct purity to this exotic multi-dimensional sound, which is presented with effortless clarity. He does not hide behind anything; the ideas and sounds are raw, but expertly mixed and delivered with style.

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Album Review - Ketsa 'Al Kemet'

Album Review – Ketsa ‘Al Kemet’

Staggered piano loops over catchy breakbeat There’s a confidence and crispness to the meshing of genres at play here that marks out the Londoner as a name to look out for. The artwork by Cambodian artist Dina Chhan is equally impressive.

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