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  • 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.

  • Episode 056 – Audio Mainline

    Typical lazy summer’s afternoon in the Audio Mainline household. Two radio broadcasts from the 1950’s and 23 tracks spanning six decades – mixed in under 40 minutes. Lazy jazz, swooning strings, ambient vibes, dub, electronica and old radio stories.

  • BitBasic – The Pale – Funky glitchy breaks

    BitBasic a.k.a Simon Haycock creates uplifting glitchy electronica. His latest album entitled The Pale is out on Get Some! Records, and it encompasses a vast range of genres. Simon has unlocked the door to a musical pick and mix shop, selecting slices of sounds from a rainbow of genres, melting them together with apparent ease.

  • Episode 055 – Special Emit Records Mix

    Exclusively showcasing tracks from one of my all-time favourite record labels, Em:t Records (aka Emit records). Sadly the record label is no longer active, having released material in the 90’s before closing down, and then again in the early 00’s before meeting the same fate and shutting down again in 2006.

  • 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.

  • Happy New Year 2015

    Thanks to all the folks who rang in the New Year at 3 Mangoes, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Poolside beats, rooftop garden chill-out zone. Digital projections, and a selection of art installations by Dina Chhan.

  • Episode 049 – Watch your bass bins

    An all netlabel mix, with plenty of dubstep, electronica, and bass. Stay tuned for more amazing mixes.

  • How to use a Korg ElecTribe ER-1 drum machine as a MIDI controller

    The Korg Electribe ER1 was released in 1999 as a dedicated electronic drum machine to complement the Korg bass synths.

  • Triptych

    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.

  • WASH: Live at Meta House, Phnom Penh

    The WASH collaboration comes to Meta House, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • Music Recommendations – low freq grooves and kicking beats

    There was much interest in the Ambient and more laid back releases I mentioned in my previous post. To balance things out and to satisfy the friendly requests I’ve decided to share some beat orientated recommendations. I post links and recommendations more frequently on Twitter, so come on by and say hello. Enjoy these fantastic […]

  • Bliss: the music lovers personal assistant

    When you add or update music to your collection, Bliss automatically assesses the music against your rules, fixing what it can, and letting you know if it cannot. It can rename files, folders, assign the correct tags and even automatically embeds the proper album artwork. So lets see how Bliss handled some tests I threw at it, I was purposely trying to catch Bliss out:

  • 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 […]

  • Netlabel Tracker #9: Ambienteer

    Music is a great communications channel, James Fahy, better known by his super hero name ‘Ambienteer’ regularly expresses himself using ambient music. Okay, I’m cheating, he doesn’t run a netlabel, but he does share his art with the world.

  • Netlabel Tracker #4: 12Rec

    12Rec excel in releasing quality music from post-rock outfits. Diverse and energetic recordings encompassing Lo-Fi folk, Shoegaze Indiepop, Chambermusic, Jazz, Avant-Garde and Americana.

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