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Peppermill Records is a netlabel based in British Columbia, Canada, who do a lot of themed collaborative musical projects and also organize an annual mountain-top campfire festival.

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Peppermill Records is a netlabel based in British Columbia, Canada, who do a lot of themed collaborative musical projects and also organize an annual mountain-top campfire festival.


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"Vistas and Voyagers" // Peppermill's 2010 Netaudio Favorites
Raw Stiles - "Rouge" (02:55)
Raw Stiles - "Rouge" (02:55)
Liar - "Upghostery" (03:38)
Liar - "Upghostery" (03:38)
Sk'p - "Cotrol Clod" (04:48)
Sk'p - "Cotrol Clod" (04:48)
Pierlo - "Skyroads" (02:40)
Pierlo - "Skyroads" (02:40)
Mantra - "Leaf" (05:57)
Mantra - "Leaf" (05:57)
madmaid - "telstar" (05:56)
madmaid - "telstar" (05:56)

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PK on 12/16/2010 at 12:00AM

Vistas and Voyagers - Peppermill's 2010 Netaudio Favorites

A musical junket through 2010, a year in which freely downloadable music really spread its wings. Through the ears of someone picking pine cones in the Canadian north in minus twenty celcius with only his iPod and his battery-powered socks to keep him warm.

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PK on 02/15/2010 at 11:36AM

2999 Competition


It's the year 2999, and what you see above is your future.   What exactly is going on?  Your job is to soundtrack the above painting by celebrated futurist David Schleinkofer and write a short description of your vision.

This open competition is for a spot on a big upcoming Peppermill release, the chosen piece will be featured alongside many of the most talented forward-thinking electronic musicians around.  Their works will be interpreted by illustrators while you'll be doing the exact opposite. 

What we're putting together is a futuristic dance album, as the title is a play on the phrase "dance like it's 1999".  However this doesn't have to sound like anything humans currently groove to, in fact we encourage you to paint way, way outside the lines.

Bass is necessary though.  Deep, deep sub bass.  This collection is going to feature songs using a very full range of frequencies, and experimentation with the lower end of the spectrum is a must.

When completed it'll be freely downloadable under a Creative Commons license, as all our releases are, which means people are encouraged to share the music but aren't allowed to alter it in any way or use it for commercial purposes without your consent.

- interpret the painting above
- the result should be ready to be played on dancefloors 989 years from now
- use a rich range of frequencies including sub-bass
- the title should be fairly descriptive, as the painting and the song are to be a combo
- include a paragraph-long summary of your vision
- for a bigger version of the painting visit the project page at Peppermill.

Submit your track:
The deadline is April the 18th.  You can enter more than one, although only one entry will be chosen for this release, however if the submissions warrant it we'd consider putting them out separately. And when you're finished you can submit your track right here.

So you have roughly 2 months to create your 30th-century masterpiece.  If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us.   Good luck!

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katya-oddio on 06/22/10 at 03:37PM
Thought I knew your catalog well, but there have been some surprises hearing the releases again here at the FMA. Your netlabel trips are truly inspiring. Here's hoping the Oddio Overplay crew can join you for one of those magical excursions.
adal2007 on 05/10/15 at 11:22PM
Hi, i run a small open music archive project, we want to enter to FMA
(free music archive curator) seems a good fit for the music we do, mainly electronica and videogame music, here are five samples:

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