The Invisible Agent Netlabel Tracker has generated a lot of interest in a short time. Make sure you follow the Invisible Agent Twitter account and don’t forget the Netlabel tracker list to keep up with high quality Netlabel releases and other goodies.
For the last tracker in 2010, I’m proud to present Philadelphia-based label ‘Foundsound Records’. Foundsound showcases quirky, dancefloor-friendly minimal Techno and Microhouse. Their first 12″ vinyl was released in June 2004 and they’ve been working relentlessly ever since. With 23 releases and counting they’ve been a busy crew. On the flip side they run Unfoundsound Records and release high quality music under Creative Commons.
Unfoundsound offers worldwide exposure to promising new artists as well as established artists from around the globe.
Unfoundsound have a free release nearly every month and have clocked an impressive 53 releases so far. Wait, it gets even better! They’ve put together field recordings too. Each package feature samples, sounds and random noises with some excellent artwork.
With 12″ vinyl, regular Netlabel releases and a field recording library the Foundsound crew deserves gold medals all round. Start discovering new sounds now! We’ll be back in the new year with more reviews and links to wonderful music.
Okay, We’re gonna jump on the band wagon. If you’ve forgotten about someone special or you’re too lazy to venture out in the snow or blistering heat, Juno have hundreds of thousands of music titles, and they sell wonderful electronic gift vouchers! Your best mate will be able to pick their own selection of tunes and happily download them when they wish. Sweet! It’s a win win for everyone. Happy Holidays!
It’s been a year since my last ambient AgentCast. This time I’ve wrapped up even more smoothly blended soundscapes from the finest producers in the world.
Surf across collaborations of epic proportions and experience works of art from Robert Rich & Steve Roach or Gerhard Behles & Robert Henke. Be transported through time and space with beautiful music from Indian tabla master Qureshi Alla Rakha Khan. Alla Rakha was born in 1919 and became fascinated with the sound and rhythm of the tabla at the age of 12. Drifting across the globe and spanning decades in between, I chose the infamous Zakir Hussain to wind down the mix with more aural interpretations of the desert.
Enjoy 75 minutes of chill-out bliss and thanks for listening.
- Zakir Hussain – Ladakh, The Ice Desert
- Steve Roach, David Hudson & Sarah Hopkins – Origin
- Robert Rich & Faryus – Zerkalo Part 5
- Robert Rich & Steve Roach – The Grotto Of Time Lost
- Bells of Tibet – Mantra in ‘A’
- Monolake – Void
- William Basinski And Richard Chartier – Untitled 2
- Alla Rakha – Ragam And Tanam
- Zakir Hussain – Sandstorm
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MP3 (192K): DJ Mix,PodCast by Warren Daly – Ambient, SoundScape, Chillout
OGG Format (Q6) : DJ Mix,PodCast by Warren Daly – Ambient, SoundScape, Chillout
Previously available exclusively on Juno, Dan Gorman’s album has gone galactic. ‘This is Danseizure’ is available worldwide via iTunes, Emusic, Amazon, LastFM, Napster, Zune and many other online stores.
A journey encompassing sumptuous Skweee, engaging Electronica and melodic Electro. It’s Dan’s 3rd album and his most accomplished work yet.
Matteo from XIT Radio will be reviewing and playing Dan’s album soon on XIT Radio (Italy). You can listen to xitradio on iTunes. “Eclectic” category.
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