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2007-04-27

[nwssc004] QuiOui & Netwaves @ Coldcut

Het nieuws is officieel: QuiOui, die op onze Netwaves v.0.2 het mooie weer maakte, verzorgt het voorprogramma van Coldcut in het Depot, Leuven op 11 mei. De Netwaves mp3j's Green Things en @@urk verzorgen de afterparty met 100% copyleft muziek.

Uit de nieuwsbrief van het Depot:

Coldcut - Journeys By VJ feat. Mike Ladd
Twintig jaar na de release van de singel �Say Kids What Time Is It' waarmee Coldcut het begin van het Britse elektronica tijdperk inluidde, staan de dansvloer hooligans van Coldcut er nog steeds. Na het remix album �Journeys by DJ� is het nu tijd voor de gloednieuwe show �Journeys by VJ�: de ultieme audiovisuele mix. Onder het motto wat je ziet is wat je hoort zal er weer duchtig geknipt en geplakt worden zowel met beats en samples als met dansende Indi�rs of cancan meisjes, politici en tekenfilmfiguren. Een daverende trip door twintig jaar elektronisch vertier met special guest Mike Ladd! Exclusief concert voor Belgi�!

Support: QuiOui

QuiOui alias Wim Slabbinck speelde zijn elektronica reeds op Netwaves Live in de foyer van Het Depot maar mag nu langs de grote deur terugkomen. QuiOui brengt gevoelige, melancholische elektronica. Live geruggensteund door saxofonist Koen Knockaert en visuals van regisseur Tim Blancke.

Afterparty

De mp3j's Green Things en @@urk komen uit het collectief Netwaves, wat staat voor maandelijkse live electro-optredens in de foyer van Het Depot en een programma op Radio Scorpio. Zij spelen enkel copyleft muziek.

PRAKTISCH
Zaal Het Depot | Martelarenplein 12 | Leuven
20u | � 17- � 19

bedankt zdnet.be!

Creative Commons is ontstaan naar analogie met de Gnu-licentie in de computerwereld. Netlabels zijn ontstaan uit de eerste uitwisselingen van muziek via internet bij computergamers. Vandaag brengt het belangrijkste computerwebzine in Belgi� ZDNet.be ode aan de netlabels. En waar zit dat muziekvolk, begot?
Als dank dit airke van Younnat: Yesss!




2007-04-24

who is Emil Klotzsch?


Emil Klotzsch is one of the most creative soft-electronic artists in the netlabelworld. In the new netwaves (episode 26) Klotzsch chooses the (excellent) music, explains his views about Creative Commons and gives some funny noises from time to time. Who is Emil Von Stosch and who is Emil Klotzsch? Answers in Netwaves 26...



2007-04-21

the best of Chenard Walcker

BlocSonic has done an incredible job by compiling one of the most remarkable netlabel artists, Chenard Walcker. Chenard is the Frank Zappa of netlabels because of his very personal, psychedelic view on musical creativity. He uses the vinyl collection of his parents to plunder unknown, hidden tracks of the past to mash it up, mix it down and create something irresistable new. This is nothing more than what's art doing for ages. By doing so he makes the listener his witness in a conspiracy to the old world of music business, who rather likes to call his music illegal. But everybody who loves music knows better ... Thanks Chenard, and blocSonic for "Chenard's Massive Menagerie of Earth's Grandest Marvels!". You can also download the complete works, visit the man's website, or his netlabel.

Watch the movie "Gaspatxo" with Applejux:


2007-04-19

[nwsl003] Netwaves live v.0.3: flashback

Flashback to Netwaves live v.0.3:



sloooow waves [nws025]

After a slow start after Easter and a slow upload to the slow IA servers, Netwaves 25 slowly presents some slow post-rock, featuring an interview with the Belgian band Transit, who did a gig @ der Machine, Leuven, Belgium, and who will perform 2 times in the prologue of 65daysofstatic somewhere in May:
  • Cactus, Brugge
  • Stuk, Leuven

    Next week Port-Royal, who shine on the compilation Let's Talk About Muertepopis going to do the support of Boom Bip. Listen to Internet Love by Port-Royal.






  • sloooow waves [nws025]

    After a slow start after Easter and a slow upload to the slow IA servers, Netwaves 25 slowly presents some slow post-rock, featuring an interview with the Belgian band Transit, who did a gig @ der Machine, Leuven, Belgium, and who will perform 2 times in the prologue of 65daysofstatic somewhere in May:
  • Cactus, Brugge
  • Stuk, Leuven

    Next week we want to do a little interview with Port-Royal, who shine on the compilation Let's Talk About Muertepop. They do the support of Boom Bip. Listen to Internet Love by Port-Royal.






  • 2007-04-16

    [nwsl004] Netwaves live v.0.4


    De jeugd van tegenwoordig heeft geen respekt meer voor gevestigde waarden zoals Microsoft en Sabam. Zij werpt zich daarentegen in de open armen van Google en Creative Commons.
    Netlabelism presenteert ism. Radio Scorpio zacht elektronisch geknetter in Netwaves live v.0.4: smart electronics for the sharing world.


    De line-up voor de vierde editie:

    - meutn
    - aphone
    - distreality

    - MP3Js Akwalek en @@urk

    @ het Depot (foyer), Leuven
    maandag 30 april
    deuren 20u
    inkom gratis


    zie ook het Depot program.




    powered by:

    Het Depot ligt hier.


    Bekijk de kalender (Google).

    Optreden op Netwaves?: vul het contact-formulier in.

    [nwsl004] Netwaves live v.0.4

    De jeugd van tegenwoordig heeft geen respekt meer voor gevestigde waarden zoals Microsoft en Sabam. Zij werpt zich daarentegen in de open armen van Google en Creative Commons.
    Netlabelism presenteert ism. Radio Scorpio zacht elektronisch geknetter in Netwaves live v.0.4: smart electronics for the sharing world.

    De line-up voor de vierde editie:

    - meutn
    - aphone
    - distreality

    - MP3Js Akwalek en @@urk

    @ het Depot (foyer), Leuven
    maandag 30 april
    deuren 20u
    inkom gratis

    Flashback to nwsl003:


    zie ook het Depot program.
    powered by:

    Het Depot ligt hier.


    Bekijk de kalender (Google).

    Optreden op Netwaves?: vul het contact-formulier in.

    2007-04-10

    notwaves

    This week no Netwaves. You can expect next week an interview with Transit, who did a gig at der Machine (Leuven) last week.

    2007-04-09

    search for CC stuff

    You can search for Creative Commons-licensed media (text, video, photo, audio) in Google, Yahoo, flickr, blip.tv and OWL on one place. While you're in the Creative Commons kitchen, you can also have a look at their wiki-list of 'curators'.

    What's (really) Killing Music

    212Quote from Apropos de Nada: "... whose film Before the Music Dies goes beyond facile demonization of downloaders to explore the real sources of malaise in the music industry, which include radio consolidation, mass popstar production, the death-by-Wal-Mart of the traditional record store and more. ..."


    new links

    Just added a few links:
  • Radio87Mhz and its blog: Copyleft Music Radio based in Madrid (es)
  • Dolebra�: French netradio
  • Jamendo: a huge collection of Creative Commons music, rated by the users
  • blocSonic: "Blocsonic represents the next phase of the netlabel revolution. We release monthly compilations featuring the best netlabel music." - a blog and maker of netlabel compilations 'netBlocs'.
  • Net-Label Review: blog with reviews of netlabel music
  • Noerror: Scene music news, a classic newssite about the 'scene' (computer roots) and its releases.
  • Netlabels & News: a blog about netlabel releases (Spanish)
  • Gratisvibes: blog with reviews of netlabel music

  • 2007-04-07

    Does internet radio need saving?

    Under this title Mike Gregoire, owner and creator of the website blocSonic.com, and the netBloc compilations, gives a fresh opinion about the death struggle of the dinosaurs in the music industry and why people better switch to netlabel music. Read it here.

    2007-04-05

    Hoe kunnen muzikanten straks geld verdienen via internet?

    Lees het antwoord van Marco Raaphorst in Bright.

    burn station

    from their website:
    "Burn Station is a mobile copying station which - as it travels through suburban spaces - supports the free distribution music and audio. It is software as well as a local network. But above all Burn Station is a social event which congregates people together to listen, select and copy net label and net radio audio files with a Copyleft Licence. Burn Station is an open source and a non-commercial project involving the new means of free networked distribution. It is based on the Burn Station software which was developed by Platoniq and Rama as a 100% Free software. Burn Station aims to establish links between the media space and the physical space of the city."


    2007-04-04

    "I make music that I listen to myself"

    And that music is now out on Laridae Records. We're talking about the debut of iambic�: Under these stars, we'll sleep again. In the new Netwaves , we talk with iambic� about his debut and his fascination for Laridae-artwork.
    We also chat with Marco Raaphorst about his prize-winning blog ...






    2007-04-03

    drm and buzz

    Finally, Apple and EMI have found something to get rid of the annoying drm-buzz from CDs and iTunes music ... i always thought it was one of our three cats that made this snoring sound ...

    2007-04-02

    Mobile Film Festival

    This is a competition in making movies for mobile phones. The contributions to this festival fall under the Creative Commons. Watch this glorious ski-garmischpartenkirchen-thing in a ... bedroom:






    new fresh links

    Just discovered (also thanks to Toon and Biotic) these sites about netlabels/netaudio and CC, and added them to the links and/or blogroll section:

    • OpenSonics: a very comprehensive compilation of links all kinds to Open Music: resources including blogs, netlabels, podcasts, social networks and video sites
    • earhead#101111: a blog about podsafe music and copyright stuff
    • FALK stands for FUCK ART - LETS KILL!: monthly Free Music Charts, every day the focus on a new song