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dublab is a non-profit web radio collective devoted to the growth of positive music, arts and culture. We have been broadcasting independently since 1999. Our audience of turned-on listeners connect from around the world. dublab's mission is to share beautiful music via the world's best djs. What you hear on dublab crosses genres and defies classification. Unlike traditional radio, the dublab djs have total freedom of selection. You will experience many different sounds but find they all have the same soulful root. We have extended our creative action to include art exhibits, film projects, event production and record releases.

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Dublab and WFMU Broadcast From Machine Project, Los Angeles 2/21/09

WFMU is teaming with Dublab and Los Angeles' Machine Project for a special live remote broadcast from Los Angeles. Expect sets from Nite Jewel, and the Blankket, guest DJ sets by Frosty from Dublab and the Part Time Punks, unique workshops, secret…


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lavenders on 01/11/2012 at 08:30AM

dublab's Favorite Sprout Sessions of 2011

WHOOSH. Another year of incredible recordings out the window! Our Sprout Sessions last year were all so out of this world it was actually a (kind of awkward) chore to choose the 'best'. Rest assured knowing that these are at least SOME of the most incredible live moments we captured last year.

We're super excited for 2012 and the musical adventures it will bring. We'll be busy with organizing concerts and broadcasts around the world, and are even more psyched to share them with you and the amazing folks here at the FMA. 2012 is sure to be a much livelier year for us as our tiny organization continues to grow and grow. Thanks for tuning in to our part of spectrum - and happy new year!

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jason on 11/29/2011 at 04:20PM

James Pants, Daedelus, & more throw down CC-BY beats for DUBLAB's Proton Drive

Bonus Beat Blast is an original Creative Commons beat/rhythm library from dublab’s international family of music makers, compiled exclusively for their Proton Drive.

Not only does it feature over 70 tracks by the likes of Asura, Daedelus, Kidkanevil & DZA, Raleigh Moncrief and many more, but the entire collection is licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY 3.0 license which gives you the freedom to share and remix the work even for commercial purposes as long as you credit the original source.

The full Beat Blast, including lossless FLAC files, is currently available only by donating to dublab -- a non-profit audio source and a very good cause! But since they are CC licensed, they're sure to be distributed far and wide, and dublab is encouraging you to share the myriad creations that these beats inspire.

As a teaser, check out this beat below from James Pants, one of several JP contributions to the Bonus Beat Blast. James Pants' Stones Throw releases are top favorites, taking what WFMU's Liz B calls "a freeform approach to dance music." And if you crave more rap beats, James Pants recently posted JP Failed Rap Beats #1: 2004-2008 + 1 from 2001 on his top-notch tumblr.

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choada on 08/10/11 at 05:23AM
this site is right up in there! it's turning me on to some new sounds and i like it!
gamejsoft on 04/01/14 at 08:09AM
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HappyGorillas on 09/05/14 at 07:21AM
With those songs i close my eyes and travel around the world
pozitivedi on 10/11/14 at 12:55PM
FifaCrack on 04/14/15 at 10:27AM
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adal2007 on 05/10/15 at 11:15PM
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:

littletunic on 05/12/15 at 12:06AM
these songs are cool and they are pretty trippy though
sasaasso on 04/02/16 at 12:23AM
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