“Italy” (Used 38 times)
NetMusic_Life on 12/28/2012 at 10:00AM
Hello, I’m Drizzi from North-West Italy. I started NetMusic Life in June 2010 to feed my growing passion for the netlabels movement and Creative Commons Music. Every day, I keep up to date about new CCMusic and netlabel releases. There's so much music out there, I select music that reflects my personal taste, the originality of work, the inspiration and sentiment that I feel into the music that I listen. This is my contribution to the artists and netlabels that every day offer your art and commitment to the world.
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jason on 10/17/2012 at 12:30PM
Furtherset is an electronic music producer from Perugia, Italy. The depth of his music belies his young age (b. 1995), inspired by everything from Kraut (see: "I Know") to juke/glitch (see "Kweil")—like a psychedelic ambient soundtrack to your dreams.
For a great Homework overview, check out their Lavori Domestici compilation. Recent Homework releases include a bunch of great stuff from Apes on Tapes, including the latest remix album featuring Digi G'Alessio & Furtherset himself (see: "So and Soul" below)
douglasawh on 07/14/2011 at 12:30PM
In our interview with Bad Panda Records hear Claudio's plans for world domination and check out the tunes with which he plans to do it. You can check out more of the "bad" music on their FMA curator page.
You'll also hear some discussion of German football favorites St. Pauli as well as Italian giants Juventus and AS Roma.
If you're a curator that releases music under a remixable CC license and would like to set up an interview, drop us a line here, on facebook or leave us a voicemail at (512) 686-6329.
lizb on 01/28/2010 at 09:00AM
I must admit, for a brief moment, I considered populating my New Year's Eve party playlist with nothing but Italo Disco. With song titles like "Girl On Me," "Droid," "Spacer Woman," "Sex Tonight," and (my fave) "How Old Are You," plenty of fine examples from this genre surely started some parties back in the '70s and '80s.
In the years following Giorgio Moroder's reign, Italian electronic music has mainly evolved into house/club music or the occasional pop dance tune suited for Eurovision.
Naturally, I was excited to discover Italian rapper Zona MC on the FMA, whose style I can only hope is indicative of a new wave of Italo beats. Breakcore, slightly experimental-leaning hip-hop, with the fastest motormouth rapper that I've heard in a long time.
Take a listen to "Non puoi toccarti se sei omofobico" all the way through, and I think you'll be hard-pressed to come across a faster mouth.
Zona MC appears on the FMA courtesy of the Homezero label, featuring European copyleft artists.