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- The stones are awake – collaborative, multi-faceted art performance featuring video sound poetry dance
The stones are awake is an experimental and yet accessible arrangement of art, funneling and combining influences of individuals from different continents and artistic backgrounds, inspired by a desire to collaborate in a spirit of adventure.
- Episode 057 – Warren Daly
A few years ago I spent time in the Himalayas, traveling all around Nepal, and northern India. During that time I visited several music, and cultural centers where I purchased a lot of instrumental releases.
- 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.
- Video: Interview with Dan Gorman & Ryan Van Winkle – ViewMaster
Interview with Ryan and Dan
Ebauche (aka Alex Leonard) has been producing music since 2001. Musically his output covers a range of dark beat driven electronic music, to sublime ambient cascades, to simple piano compositions.
The WASH collaboration is a blending of spoken poetry and music in a way you’ve never heard before. A voice walks through a series of evocative and ever-evolving soundscapes, a mixture of the organic with the electronic: loops and beats, found sounds, liquid guitar lines, synths and drones.
- 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 […]
- 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 […]
- 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.
- TEDx Phnom Penh 2012 – ‘Inside the pinnacle’
‘Inside the pinnacle’, an art installation by Warren Daly and Dina Chhan With a diverse set of topics delivered by highly entertaining speakers and almost 600 people in attendance, this years TEDx Phnom Penh was a great success. This years theme was all about inspiration. Inside the pinnacle A number of months ago we were […]
- 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.
- Episode 032 – Dubstep Electronica
A one hour journey that starts out with some funky instrumental Hip Hop, followed by a generous helping of Dubstep, Breakbeat and electronica.
- 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 […]
- Happy Equinox! Best of Dub, Ragga, Dubstep, Drum & Bass: Equinox, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
September Equinox is a time of balance when “day and night are equal”, well almost equal. It marks the beginning of winter preparations and is a time to respect the impending dark while giving thanks to the sunlight.
- 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.
- Tumbleweed or Twitter?
If you’re not one of the folk following me on Twitter, it would seem like I’ve dropped off the face of the planet. I’ve found it difficult time wise to update the site as much as I would like. Never fear, the AgentCast / Podcast series is always in progress. That being said, if you […]
- 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.
- 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 […]
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