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Warren Daly – Epokhe EP reviewed in DJ Magazine

Strong review for Epokhe EP

DJ Mag review for Epokhe EP

Warren Daly’s first EP, Epokhe, has just received an extremely strong review from DJ Mag which you can read below.

If you’d like to check it out, head on over to the Epokhe release page for details on where to get it!

Warren Daly – Epokhe EP  (Invisible Agent)

Daly has released tracks before on his Invisible Agent label, but ‘Epokhe’ is his most accomplished record so far. Combining grungy, cavernous bass with sensuous melodies and sweet chords, ‘Ocean’ sets the tone for the rest of the EP.

‘Praha’ and ‘Unnamed Souls’ are jaw-droppingly beautiful arrangements, the glistening melodies accompanied by languid breaks. Not even Ebauche’s denser version of ‘Praha’ can detract from the sublime mood.

Rating: ★★★★☆ 

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 27th February 2009 3 Comments

Free downloads from our back catalogue

In celebration of the launch of the new Invisible Agent website we’ve decided to go through our back catalogue and start offering up some of our old releases as free music downloads, similar to our Net EP releases.

We’re thrilled to be able to offer this and hope you’ll take the chance to check out these free downloads.

Corrugated Tunnel – We Are Electronix


We Are Electronix

Originally launched in 2006 the first album from producer Edwin James received rave reviews from the likes of M8, I-DJ and the Irish Times.

Coming at you like Kraftwerk jamming with Eno and Daft Punk

i-DJ Magazine

Click the link below to visit the free download page for We Are Electronix.

Corrugated Tunnel – We Are Electronix

We hope you enjoy this release and make sure to check back for news, Agent Casts and more free downloads. If you’d like to be notified of upcoming releases and free music downloads please subscribe to our newsletter using the sign up box in the right column.

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 27th February 2009 Leave a comment!

Welcome to our new website!

sunriseIt’s great to be able to welcome you to our new and much expanded website! We hope that you’ll add us to your list of favourites – or subscribe to our RSS feed.


Over the coming weeks and months every Invisible Agent release will be made freely available to download. As always, there’s free access to our NET Label releases.


This is the place where you can find the latest news, Agent Casts and release information. We have an expanding presence on LastFM, MySpace, Virb, Twitter, Vimeo and YouTube, so if you are part of those networks please add us to your watch list.


We welcome your feedback, so please leave a comment. We’ll continue to add new features to the site as well, so if there’s anything you’d really like to see, please let us know.

Thanks for visiting.

The Invisible Agent Team.

Warren DalyAdded by: Warren Daly | 25th February 2009 1 Comment


IS888Dance music seems to be in flux these days. Yes, dance music is probably as popular as ever, but it has never really stationed itself in the mainstream. The truly innovative dance music remains underground, and perhaps always will. Dance albums seem to becoming a rare thing these days. With the rise of the digital realm, EP’s seem the way of the future. Little nuggets of creativity hat can be bought easily and cheaply. Surprising then, that a mainly underground producer from Ireland had released a long player that was starting to receive rave reviews from some dance music heavyweights. It did dawn on me that perhaps a self styled marketing wheel was in full flow….surely the album couldn’t live up to the hype?

Simply put, it does. I am sure long nights, days and months were put into its creation, and the results show it. Definitely not a mainstream club album, this is one for the long drive up north, the way back home from the latest head cleansing gig, or even in your house as you stoke up the fire. It may not be the album that gets the party crawling on the ceiling, but it is definitely the one that can get the blood running a little smoother, or the head cooled gently, on the long road home to sobriety.

The stand out track, Careful What you Wish For, currently offered free from, is a perfectly constructed piece of music. From the humorous, yet socially adept intro, to the way in which the track floats along, nestled on a bed of crisply produced strings and deep, driving percussive elements.
Don’t be fooled into thinking this album is a one hit wonder, it’s not. You may feel that the strings are perhaps too dominant throughout the album, but on listening, it becomes obvious that this is what Edwin wanted. This album is a departure from his more Electro orientated first album, We Are Electronix, and moves into the realm of true, deep, emotional House music. It is an album that combines the organic with the synthetic in a way that is not commercial, un-classy or clustered. It is a testament to the creativity which lurks in Ireland at the moment and a testament to the rising star that is Corrugated Tunnel. //  The Dance Album Review by Robin Renwick

Corrugated TunnelAdded by: Corrugated Tunnel | 21st February 2009 Leave a comment!

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