After 2 years of fruitful cooperation with the nice people of pub AperO in Leuven (be), our cooperation has changed in favor of our individual new projects. For netwaves.bpm this means it's resourcing itself to the old-skool way of making mixes in the radio station studio with core material . What's more: netwaves.bpm now sees the opportunity to send invitations to international deejays/producers to create netwaves-flavored mixes/productions which will be broadcasted every wednesday at 23:00-01:00.
Warm beats for a cold winter. Taste the weekly podcast/compilation full of netlabel delikatessen.
Warm greetings from the netwaves team! Next week no radioshow, next show on 12 jan. 2011.
Downloadpage of the compilation + podcast: https://www.archive.org/details/nws165 (new tab/window)
Listen to [nws165] netwaves 5.12: cold winter, warm beats
1 Semplicissimo - Cocolixe 2 Arctic V - RadioniCA 3 Requiem in a teenage head - Organism 4 Thinking of You - Tim Gerwing 5 Wishin' - Horiso 6 DJ Machine - Zeno and MC Zulu 7 Concentrate - Max Pollyul 8 Low Water - Cuthead 9 Hidden floor - Ocoeur 10 Worst Journey in the World pt.2 - Made By Robot 11 Slip Deep - Anthing 12 blessed love - Dubbemo
Netwaves interviews Stoika, an electronic band of 2 young artists residing on the famous minimal techno netlabel 'Silenced'. Latter's netlabel boss Woutte (aka. Dan Droff) also gives a short update about Silenced and it's project Silence.
Downloadpage of the compilation + podcast: https://www.archive.org/details/nws164 (new tab/window)
Listen to [nws164] netwaves 5.11: the sound of Silenced
1 Cyan (Josh Winiberg Remix) - Re-Drum 2 Give It Back - Adverb 3 inertia - stoika 4 tempar - stoika 5 the meat is weak - stoika 6 pp final - stoika 7 Trinstituted over - room101 (feat. Jacque Fresco) 8 at dawn - Overcast Sound
Jamendo: "This month, electronic artist Professor Kliq shares with you his best tips for increasing exposure on jamendo. Professor Kliq is a top-selling artist on jamendo PRO and has seen his fan-base grow dramatically in the three years since he joined jamendo. Read on to find out what he believes contributed to his success and use his tips to gain exposure yourself as a jamendo artist!"
Listen to the 3rd and last release 'Count Your Blessings' (1987-1989) by not-so-legendary old punk-band Transmitters, now available under cc:by-nc-nd license, and distributed by Portuguese netlabel with the funny name 'You are not stealing records'.
Spread the word and tunes, or as YANSR advises: "Feel free to share with friends, listen at home, work or jail. If you play our music as a DJ in a club and a copyright mafia guy asks you for money we both are being stolen. As Lawrence Ferlinghetti would say, to those motherfuckers we "raise our middle finger, in the only proper salute""