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- 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.
- Edinburgh Festival Reviews Viewmaster
Intimate and charming poetry and music journey away from the bustle of the Fringe
- The quiet half of the sky – An exhibition by Dina Chhan
Dina Chhan has produced a number of vinyl covers and album covers for Invisible Agent artists. She is a Cambodian sculptor and painter and she has an upcoming exhibition at Equinox, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Where: Equinox, #3A, Street 278, Phnom Penh, Cambodia When: 7pm, Sunday the 23rd of Feb, 2014. Exhibition runs until the 5th […]
- WASH: Organic grooves & multi-textured smoothies
A bicycle bell tinkles high above muffled chatter and the distant swoosh of street noise. A single note rings out, slowly reverberating into silence. A second note, lower this time. The pitch drops again, followed by… the rush of wind? The splash of waves, perhaps? A lone voice with sing-song lilt echoes the same tonal […]
- 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 […]
- 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.
- 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.
Or alternatively, why not check out one of these great bits of music!