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  • SWAGGER is back with the best music in Phnom Penh

    Back by popular demand. One of Phnom Penh’s longest running music and art nights returns to deliver the best underground music on the planet.

  • 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.

  • Best of 2014 – Netlabelism Magazine staff selections

    Every year the Netlabelism Magazine team pick their 3 favourite releases from the previous 12 months. It always covers a huge range of genres, and always a quality selection of tunes you should have in your collection.

  • Hypnagogue reviews Triptych by WASH

    its beauty–both lyrical and musical–grew on me and the release revealed itself as a thoroughly engaging, extremely intelligent suite of pieces that exude confidence and truly pull the listener in. You need to give this a try.

  • Underground music & art in Phnom Penh: Swagger @ META House

    Looking for a slice of underground music Look no further than Swagger at META House in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. BEATS LAB STARRING The Phatt Controller, Andy Freak, Chris Bradbury, Warren Daly. Playing the best of Beats, Breaks, and Bass LIVE PAINTING by Dina Chhan and Joshi – see the finest artists perform live on our […]

  • 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

  • New album by WASH: Triptych

    A blending of spoken poetry and music in a way you’ve never heard before.

  • 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.

  • Phnom Penh Underground: Swagger at Meta House

    Live Art, 5 DJs, Visuals, Chillout zone Invisible Agent Records monthly gig at Meta House, Phnom Penh, Cambodia goes from strength to strength. Warren Daly will be playing the chillout area, with live painting by Chhan Dina. The main dance area is being looked after by The Phatt Controller, Salmon Allstar, and Chris Bradbury. Free […]

  • 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 […]

  • WASH: Live at Meta House, Phnom Penh

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

  • Live Music: Vibe Music Festival Phnom Penh Cambodia

    WASH play live at Vibe Music Festival Electronica fuses with guitars and spoken word, WASH features Warren Daly (Invisible Agent) Alex Leonard (Ebauche) Scott Bywater (Author) Hal Fx (Audio Mainline). We will be playing live on the 20th of August at Doors, Phnom Penh. Check out the WASH Facebook page for more updates     […]

  • Eomac – Tabula Rasa Compilation, 21 of the best Eomac tracks from the last three years

    21 of the best Eomac tracks from the last three years The very talented Eomac who released his mnk EP on Invisible Agent just a few months ago has compiled 21 of his unreleased tracks. Unreleased in this instance means they were queued up for release on a number of labels but for various reasons […]

  • 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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