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- Netlabelism Cast 20 – Trip Hop Mix
Trip Hop, Electronica, Bass Music Lush layers of glittering guitars interwoven with reversed loops, piano, synth lines, simple yet very effective. Nisei23’s album entitled elevenandtweleve was improvised entirely on an iPhone. Impressive creations on a single hand-held device and another quality release on the Rec72 Netlabel. A moodier affair by The Get entitled The Darkness […]
- 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!
- Eomac – Mnk Ep – reviewed by Noise
The Mnk EP is his first release for Irish collective Invisible Agent. It’s a dark and trippy affair, drawing on halfstep and breakbeat rhythms throughout. Trudging along, it channels Zomby-esque psychedelia and dark electro influenced electronica from the genres heyday at the turn of the century.
- Cambodian Space Project have landed
Invisible Agent hasn’t released on vinyl in a while, so naturally I get very excited when other people do. I was a witness to music history in the making last night. Scott Bywater from the Cambodian Space Project, who I might add have just returned from a tour of France, handed me their shining new […]
- The war on music
It’s foolish to ignore the future of music distribution. It’s obvious that the old encumbents are bloated and slow to act.
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