What’s new for Netlabel Day 2022?

Netlabel Day has been going since 2015, but was almost cancelled this year, following the difficult years of the COVID Pandemic. Omar Willey from the Seattle Star has now taken the reins and I met up with him yesterday, one month to the day before the event on 14th July and discussed what it is all about, what is going to change, what you can expect to happen and how you can get involved.  I, naturally, recorded the discussion and it’s now available on YouTube…..

What’s new for Netlabel Day 2022?2022-06-15T14:39:51+00:00

PCP#512… Trance

Trance….with tracks by … Punk On Toast, Dubvirus, Mastermind XS, notforme!, Comming Tide, Afrojack, Creative Commons, Man On the Moon, Flaer Smin, Rissing, Misled Convoy, Tiburk.

  1. Rampage, by Punk on Toast. Mumbai, India. [Ennui.Bomb]
  2. Tranced, by Dubvirus. Boulder, USA. [Gravitas]
  3. Aliens, by Mastermind XS. Saarbrucken, Germany. [Dubophonic]
  4. Down To The Coalpit, by notforme! Russia. [Southerns City’s Lab]
  5. Go!, by Comming Tide. Russia. [MNMN]
  6. Alive (Afrojack Remix), by Creative Commons. Seattle, Washington. [Bandcamp]
  7. Apathy, by Man On the Moon. Bangalore, India. [Ennui.Bomb]
  8. Tin Soldier (feat. Flaer Smith), by Rissing. Russia. [MNMN]
  9. Leap Beneath (2015 ReRub), by Misled ConvoyAuckland, New Zealand. [DiSfish]
  10. Revival, by Tiburk. St Etienne, France.  [Soundcloud]

This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC-NT-NC-ND 4.0) License

 

PCP#512… Trance2018-04-20T12:44:23+00:00

Now writing for Netlabelism.com

I’ve just joined the team writing reviews and articles about netlabels at http://netlabelism.com.

My first review is for Mikus’ two albums:  Rememberance Dubs, out on Planet Terror Records and Brass Islands of Dub, out on his own new label, Terra Incognita, which I mentioned here a couple of weeks ago.

Here’s a bio of the http://netlabelism.com/team ……

Netlabelism is a loose bunch of music-addicted people who love to share the most valuable tunes to be found on the internet for free. We pick up quality music on the web and try to give you an overview of the vast range of netaudio (music).

The music albums and ep being reviewed on Netlabelism havn’t necessarily been licensed under Creative Commons by it’s artists. We also listen and present Non-Creative-Commons tunes; as long as the music is free to people! It’s about music, nothing less, nothing more. We basically review Electronica and its various genres , but we are also open to artists producing non-electronical and unusual stuff.

If you have any questions, comments, suggestions or ideas – don’t hesitate to contact us!

Enjoy Netlabelism.com

If you have a release that you think I’d like and want to let me know then drop me a line at [email protected].

 

Now writing for Netlabelism.com2018-04-20T12:46:22+00:00
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