“Netaudio” (Used 13 times)
pyrdiscos on 02/01/2017 at 05:40PM
Hello netlabelers and everyone interested in netaudio, free culture, open culture, etc.
I just wanted to let you all know that I have begun adding the interviews from this project here:
There are 18 interviews there as of today, including the following labels: 45 Echoes Sounds, 56kbps, Absence of Wax, Anything Records, Audiotalaia, Breathe Compilations, Comfort Stand, Control Valve, Dusted Wax Kingdom, Etched Traumas, Impulsive Habitat, M.I.S.T. Records, Nebular Silence, Spettro Records, Treetrunk, Underpolen, Vuzh Music, Webbed Hand.
If you would like to participate, there is still time. This is an open-ended project without any deadlines. You can find the questions here. Feel free to copy, paste, answer and send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to participate, to read, and to share. Thank you!!!
dvd on 05/31/2012 at 04:00PM
It has been a while since we heard from our friends over at Breitband, but thankfully they're back at it with this fourth volume of Creative Commons music. These are hand-picked netaudio gems that have been featured over the past couple of months on the Beitband music network and radio show. If you need a refresher, Breitband is a weekly radio show about media and digital culture produced by German public broadcaster Deutschlandradio Kultur.
Progolog on 01/03/2012 at 05:09PM
Maybe you've heard about this crazy photo mikroblogging tool called Instagr.am. A few days ago, a group of artists started a project called "Instagr/am/bient: 25 Sonic Postcards". First they shot photos with an ambient background and shared them via Instagr.am. Then they composed a piece of ambient music inspired by a different artist's instagr.am photo. The project was organized by Marc Weidenbaum, who has run the ambient/electronic music website Disquiet.com since 1996. Here's a quote from the original post on disquiet:
"The result of the 25 musicians’ collective efforts is an investigation into the intersection of technology, aesthetics, and artistic process. What parallels exist, for example, between the visual filters that Instagram provides users to transform their photos and the sound-processing tools employed by electronic musicians? In many cases here, the musicians employ sonic field recordings as source material for their music. In the case of both their photos and their compositions (photography in one case, phonography in the other), documents are altered to emphasize their atmospheric qualities: to eke a modest art out of the everyday.”
All of the tracks were originally posted under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license to the Internet Archive. There, you can also find a 58-page PDF with full-page reproductions of the images and additional information on all the participating musicians. You can also find the whole album uploaded to the Free Music Archive, and check the german posting on my german blog Progolog.de.
ZOELEELA on 09/11/2011 at 03:07PM
Hey sharks out there. Me and my team are releasing the first full lenght album of ZOE.LEELA.This nice n smooth piece of music will be marketed by MOTOR and find it´s ways to the market by ROUGH TRADE. Iam very excited how this joint will be burning. Keep it cool and stay informed. You never know:) Smile and hugs to my CC thugs. Yours truly ZOE.LEELA
Uh almost forgot. I will play and destroy at the ANTJE OKSELUND in Berlin Frierdichshain to warm a bit. September the 23rd at Rigaer Strasse71 in 10247 BERLiN BÄNG BÄNG.
S27 on 08/08/2010 at 10:02PM
Presenting the first Section 27 release from Jimmy Penguin, one of the people behind Galway’s ‘Community Skratch Games’ , a member of the infamous scratch ensemble ‘Vince Mack Mahon’ and also a Dj / Producer in his own right, comprising two seperate EP's - "It's Not Dubstep" and "What A Mess" - into one unified body, the affectionately named "The S27 Double Bluff" brings a high standard of emotive electro hip-hop arrangements fused with piano and strings to give a slick sound and another shining entry to his alarmingly prolific catalogue of music.
AVAILABLE AS A FREE DOWNLOAD IN BOTH MP3 AND FLAC FORMAT. To download as MP3 click HERE
For the High Quality FLAC Version, please click HERE