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- Love Rhino – When They (We) Were Young – Agentcast Episode 54
This little mix gathers together a few tunes from the early days of many bands whose later output gave shape to the mix cassettes I spent so many hours rewinding with a pencil to save on batteries.
- 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.
- Chromadrift plays live at the Lost Lake Lounge, Denver
Chromadrift supports Paw Paw, live in Denver, Colorado, USA
- Mumble Words reviews Viewmaster
A short but sweet private transcendental fifteen minutes…
- Edinburgh Festival Reviews Viewmaster
Intimate and charming poetry and music journey away from the bustle of the Fringe
- Episode 050 – Friday Spice Rack
To celebrate episode 50 of the Invisible Agent podcast, Sunken Foal (Planet Mu Records) graciously agreed to mix something special for us. Dunk Murphy is an accomplished Irish producer and musician and has also released as Ambulance and Natural History Museum.
- Live Music: Vibe Music Festival Phnom Penh Cambodia
WASH play live at Vibe Music Festival Electronica fuses with guitars and spoken word, WASH features Warren Daly (Invisible Agent) Alex Leonard (Ebauche) Scott Bywater (Author) Hal Fx (Audio Mainline). We will be playing live on the 20th of August at Doors, Phnom Penh. Check out the WASH Facebook page for more updates […]
- 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…..
- 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 […]
- Al Kemet
Al Kemet is the soundtrack of an imagined cosmopolitan existence where dividing lines are replaced by charcoal smudges and barriers dissolve like chalk drawings on a path washed away by a summer’s rain.
- 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!
- Is legally downloaded music value for money?
Are iTunes parasites? Are the ‘old deals’ with the major record labels better deals for the artists. I’d like to know how digital downloads stack up against CDs in terms of value for money for the fans.
- Netabel Tracker #11: Born Digital – A new audiovisual Netlabel is born
A media collective called Born Digital has just launched as a new audio visual netlabel. The individuals involved are experience and professional audio and visual producers. Boasting a list of versatile multimedia artists including Marsman, Takuma Nakata, Jonathan Read, Julien Mier, Daan Kars and Zumi, they are set to push the Netlabel cause even further. For more information visit their website netlabel information page.
- Nerd Night Phnom Penh: The war on music
‘The war on music’. I talked about music piracy, the propaganda the music industry spew out and I promoted and prompted people to explore Netlabels and Creative Commons.
- 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.
- Lullaby for a Nightmare
Tomi Chair’s new E.P Lullaby for a Nightmare will be released by Nice & Nasty on the 23rd of February and includes a remix from Warren Daly.
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