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Extended ambient mix by Warren Daly – meditation or contemplation

Warren Daly - extended ambient Netlabel mix

Do you like ambient drones and experimental soundscapes?

Over the past few months I’ve come across a number of extended ambient and experimental tracks. I purposely kept an ear out for prolonged tracks, and I’ve blended a handful of these discoveries together in this 2 hour excursion of dulcet tones.

Let the masters Darren Harper and Jacob Newman, Bing Satellites, James Fahy, Earlyguard, and Tange immerse you in ambient modulations, dreamy aural vistas and meditative vibrations. Highly suitable for reflection or contemplation, or anytime really. I hope you enjoy the mix.

All the tracks are Netaudio and Creative commons. These very talented muscians want you to enjoy their fantastic music, please share the love. Please check out each artist at their Netlabel website below and give them the support they deserve.


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MP3 version (192K): DJ mix by Warren Daly – Ambient, Drone, Netlabel, Netaudio

OGG version (Q6): DJ Mix by Warren Daly – Ambient, Drone, Netlabel, Netaudio

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  1. Frequent Sync – GardenLevel2 – Coalesce EP – Earth Mantra
  2. Tange & Bing Satellites – Cathedral Of Trees – A Crossing Of Paths Album – BFW Recordings
  3. Earlyguard – Zen 1 – 禅 Zen – Earlyguard
  4. Ambienteer – Elongation
  5. Bing Satellites – Music for Horns No.1 in G Major – Summers night – BFW Recordings

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 15th July 2011 1 Comment

Netabel Tracker #11: Born Digital – A new audiovisual Netlabel is born

It’s clear that the quality and frequency of Netlabel releases has ascended over the past few months. It’s encouraging to see sustained activity and interest for Netaudio on twitter and of course the ‘return to’ sites for all things Creative Commons such as INQ Magazine and Netlabelism. There are so many active record labels releasing top quality EPs and albums covering so many genres it’s hard to ignore the surge. The wave of progress is not just made up of audio, there are many excellent visual and new media artists at the forefront of the Netlabel movement.

Exploring new media & creative collaboration

A media collective called Born Digital has just launched as a new audiovisual Netlabel. The individuals involved are experience and professional audio and visual producers. Boasting a list of versatile multimedia artists that includes Marsman, Takuma Nakata, Jonathan Read, Julien Mier, Daan Kars and Zumi, they’re set to push the Netlabel cause even further. For more information visit their website netlabel information page.


First release: “Passenger” by Julien Mier (music) & Daan Kars (visuals)

The quality or work is apparent in this 28 minute long album with sound by the very talented Julien Mier and superb visuals from the guru Daan Kars. I’ve listened to many of Julien’s earlier releases on various Netlabels. His ability to deliver emotional and engaging melodies is always second to none. And as an experienced visual artist myself in the past, I found Daan’s shots, edits and effects inspiring, enough to keep me transfixed for 28 minutes. I was very impressed and I know you will be too.

Check out their high definition video on Vimeo and be sure to show them some love by leaving a comment or checking out their website. Until next time, take care.

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 13th July 2011 2 Comments

little bit of bass little bit of drum… eclectic mix by Warren Daly

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This mix is pretty eclectic. I kick off with a little drum and bass and drop in some memorizing electronica. Meandering though some broken beats, I bounce in some 4/4 with a few layers of deep and funky bass, rounding it all off with some wobbly dubstep. It was fun to mix, I hope you enjoy it.

All the tracks are Netaudio and Creative commons. Talented artists want you to enjoy their fantastic music, please share the love. If you like what you hear, check out the artists at their Netlabel homes below and give them the support they deserve.

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MP3 version (192K): DJ mix by Warren Daly – Eclectic, Netlabel, Netaudio

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  1. Lostlojic – Give Me Love – Cut Volume 1 – Cut Records
  2. tay0 – ModoKun Live - Names & numbers – tay0music
  3. Vandera – India Joya (DnB Remix) – Cut Volume 1 – Cut Records
  4. Adam & Alma – Back To The Sea – Back to the Sea EP – 23 Seconds
  5. Mekha – Acufen – Cut Volume 1 – Cut Records
  6. Adapt – Venus Underwater – Vamos a un lugar espacial – Bandcamp
  7. Mystified – Unsync – Just Not Normal Compilation CD4 – Just Not Normal
  8. 2% – Glory – Nowcast EP – Archiac horizon
  9. Nacho Monetto – Douleur la cheville Jay Phonic Rmx – pfirsich EP – Bleep Sequence
  10. Samim and Michal – Ripop – Ripop EP – textone
  11. Maurice Goltz – Der Monolith – Im gleichen Takt EP – GleichTakt Records
  12. DML – Fluid (Reshape) – Tidal EP – Gruenfeld
  13. Photophob – cab reflection – Urban Dialectics – Laridae

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 29th June 2011 3 Comments

Art is born from democracy: Leonardo Rosado’s new album – opaque glitter

Leonardo Rosado is well-known for his excellent ambient and experimental compositions on his own FeedbackLoop label and several other Netlabels. Leonardo has worked on a new album entitled ‘opaque glitter‘ for several months, but he is not operating entirely alone. Leonardo incorporated a democratic process during the album creation, allowing website visitors to comment and select the make up of the entire package which includes poetry and photography. Leonardo composed about 90 minutes of music and 40 minutes made it to the final cut of the album.

Leonardo Rosado - opaque glitter album on FeedbackLoop label

How the album was produced

Based on voting between September and December 2010, 8 tracks were voted for by website visitors. Poetry and images were also made to accompany each piece of music. This collective decision-making ensures diverse opinions and allows Leonardo to become a more impartial producer. Tracks which were not selected for the album are accomplished works and are released on other Netlabels. You can track the time-line of the album production here. As a bonus you can download Leonardo’s other singles and be introduced to other fantastic Netlabels.

A customized unique collectors item

inside cover of Leonardo Rosado album - opaque glitterThe FeedbackLoop Label works in a very smart way. They release a free digital EP and if listeners enjoy it they have the opportunity to buy the full album version. The money earned from the sales goes on to support the release of a physical edition of the album. Better still, the physical edition is customized by the listener who chooses the image and poem to be printed on the album cover.

The journey of opaque glitter

Leonardo’s compositions gel together to form a cohesive album that you will enjoy listening to in its entirety. On your journey you will experience enchanting but fleeting melodies. Pausing briefly to relax in a warm and secure meadow, the sound of distance activities will make you curious to continue your quest. As you pass through alien environments, strange entities travelling in parallel with you seem within arms reach, but as they appear they evaporate. Snow drifts carried by the wind will slowly envelope and dissolve your surroundings. These soundscapes and alternate realities are masterfully conjured up by Rosado. Never repeating and always engaging, he has an amazing ability to captivate and fascinate the listener.

Opaque glitter is an excellent ambient album that has plenty of experimental elements and found sounds. It remains inviting and evokes further intrigue, making you content to start the journey all over again. Recommended.

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 10th June 2011 1 Comment

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