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2 new mixes in the netwaves.bpm collection:
nws.bpm008: Music for pick-nicks: first contribution of netwaves member Pill.amp. Sixty minutes of carefully selected dubby hammock vibes to get you through the summer. Serve chilled!
nws.bpm009: Music for tapioca on wheels: in his 4th contribution to the netwaves.bpm series, jspr cooks up a delicious course of easygoing beats and spacious synths. This recipe is filled with the deep & dark sounds of 1Bit Wonder, with a touch of intimite mellow Thinner beats and a wide range of other healthy tracks on the side. Summer vibes for netaudio lovers!
The song "damaged me" by DJ Orbique is taken from the album "Corrupted Loops for Damaged Bots" being released on rec72 Netlabelectronica. The videoclip was produced by akustikfilm. You can download the entire album for free at rec72.net.
The video footage "Bombing Hamburg in WW II" was found on archive.org. This clip does not glorify WW II nor any atrocities taken place. Please keep this in mind watching the clip!
ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, appears to believe that every time your musical ringtone rings in public, you're violating copyright law by "publicly performing" it without a license. Read the analysis by the Electric Fontier Foundation why this is wrong, and a second comment on the doublespeak by ASCAP.