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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.
- 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.
- John Dalton
John Dalton took an early interest in music, but it wasn’t until he discovered the outer fringes of experimental electronic music in his mid to late teens that this really took hold. These early influences included the likes of Front 242, Skinny Puppy, Cabaret Voltaire, and perhaps most significantly, Coil. Soon after, he got his […]
- 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.
- Swagger at Meta house: The best underground music and art in Phnom Penh
2 areas, live art, multiple projectors… we’re taking clubbing to a new level in Phnom Penh
- 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.
- 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 […]
- 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 […]
- Episode 046 – Beats and Bass AgentCast
This mix contains a healthy dose of 4/4 kicks but spins out to some more melodic Electronica.
- Flying free on Bandcamp: Danseizure – ‘This is Danseizure’ now available
Danseizure a.k.a Dan Gorman has been with us since our inception in 2000. His previous albums ‘At Home with’ and ‘Let’s not go out’ were released free of charge in 2002 and 2005 respectively. Since then, thousands of listeners have enjoyed Dan’s wonderful creations. The monster track ‘throw’ sparkled and stood out on the first […]
- 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.
- Danseizure’s LP “This is Danseizure” – detailed review by Dovetail (Katie Weed)
At once energetic, ambient, and brimming with both field recordings and original sounds, the appeal of Danseizure’s LP “This is Danseizure” lies in his ability to grasp the ephemeral, detailed mystery of countless moments, all in the span of ten tracks.
- High Rise
A progressive electro mix of analogue mayhem mixed with deep techno layers. Includes remixes by lmd64 and Chymera. This release is immaculately produced – 4/5 stars DJ MAG (AUG05)
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