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- Episode 060 – Love Rhino mixes Thalamus
Rare, and some unreleased music created by Thalamus (John Mahon from the infamous Alphabet Set) lovingly mixed by Love Rhino.
- River Mixes
Warren Daly interprets compositions from Phillip Wilkerson’s original works ‘Waking Across the River’
- Alan Ritchie – InterStella lounge music for futuristic bars
A 90 min mix of laid back electronica and soundscapes by the talented Alan Ritchie. Some big hitters such as Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, FSOL UR, Kenny Larkin, and our very own Warren Daly.
- Electronic Chromosome – Agentcast Episode 63
The 3rd mix from Audio Mainline is a departure from the previous eclectic mixes featuring 1950’s radio and cult 1960’s TV.
- Ebauche confirmed to play live at Ambient Music Festival – Festiwal Ambientalny Poland
Riding the waves of an acclaimed album launch in 2015, featuring a double 12″ limited edition vinyl, and prints by Polish visual artist Adrianna Snochowska, Ebauche is out of the studio and back on stage on Friday the 2nd of December at Festiwal Ambientalny in Wrocław, Poland
- Experimental Performance Phnom Penh 00
The first event features new music and live electronics by composer Warren Daly, with guest appearance by Hal FX. Spoken word by Scott Bywater and live painting by Cambodian sculptor and painter Dina Chhan. This event promises to deliver a mesmerizing evening hosted by Invisible Agent Records.
- Soma Remixed
Following the hypnotic and otherworldly grooves of Audio Mainline’s 2015 EP: Soma. Soma Remixed takes us on a newly evolved sonic experience reworked in the imagination of producers from neighboring genres. Cementing Audio Mainline’s reputation for developing otherworldly cinematic experiences.
- Experimental Performance Phnom Penh 01
The creative team that produced the WASH collaboration and “The Stones Are Awake” offers a new project to combine music, poetry, visual arts and experimental presentation.
- TouchDAW Ableton Live 9 setup tutorial
TouchDAW is a full-featured DAW controller featuring a MIDI mixer and other advanced MIDI controller features. In this tutorial Warren Daly shows you how to configure it to work with Ableton Live 9 over WiFI.
- Episode 061 – Audio Mainline
A sonic journey where electronica, soul and jazz merge in the space-time continuum. Featuring special guests dropping in from cult 1960’s TV.
- 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
- Warren Daly
Warren owns and manages Invisible Agent Records. With a background in pirate radio, festivals, and clubs, Warren Daly made the move from DJing to creating and performing his own music and live visuals as the curtain closed on the last millennium.
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 […]
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