14 Dec 2012, 12:19 by Dustspell
7 Oct 2012, 18:22 by JeroenKlompNote: a couple of links here lead to Blogspot.com. When clicking them you get a warning from Last.fm. Blogspot.com is a well-known site, owned by Google, and the warning has everything to do with Anti-Piracy, since many have their own blog on which they share music etc.
Podshow by Pixieguts (Australia) and Voide (Sweden). Fresh electronica from, mostly, independent, unsigned artists around the cyberglobe
Stream Of Air!
The server used, which is set up by someone I know, couldn't handle the size of the total content used for a 24/7 stream, it's good enough for a basic simulisten service for which it's originally set up.
it might come back in time, no idea when though. Till that time, all audio used for the stream, the podcasts and the compilation albums, are available for Free Download at these places:
27 Jun 2011, 15:22 by Pixiegutshttp://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x73/Pixieguts/pixicast-1-400px-border.jpg
Voide in Stockholm is back in the hosting chair for a carnival of dubstep, divas, folktronic, dnb, glitch, retro, acoustic, tripfunk. Music from Norway, Canada, Bermuda, UK, South Africa, France, USA.
01 Ugress - It Was A Great Year (Movies With Robots) (Norway)
02 Helen Austin - When We Were Young (HipGnosis Remix) (Canada/USA)
03 1undread - Ya Ya Bass Blues (Bermuda)
04 Matt Stevens - Glide (UK)
05 VPS - I Am A Proxy (UK)
06 Indidginus and Tripswitch - Sunrise Over Sapporo (South Africa/UK)
07 Double No No - Bullfight (Adrian Carter Remix) (UK)
08 Crimson Death - City of Death (2011 re-master) (Canada)
09 Phobik - Pressure Switch
10 Dementio13 - Interoceter Exchange (UK)
11 Organic Despair - Never Realized (France)
12 Artemis - Seven (USA)
Podcast is a collaboration between Voide in Sweden and Pixieguts in Australia.
27 Jan 2010, 17:47 by HealeyIslandAnalogue Island 34 - Sex, Religion, Politics and Pastry.
One hour of music with some talking in between the tracks. There's a hint of religion, or, more correctly, two songs that mention the word God. Plus, there's a touch of sex, but only in the most abstract sense of the word. In this way religion and carnal activities are not forced to make uncomfortable bed follows. Worldy matters make an appearance in the form of references to Presibent* Szarkozi's Hadopi legislation. (*deliberate)
More tracks sourced from where they were found and then relocated into a format whereby you can listen in. A pie of music encased in the pastry of my voice. The pastry is light and the filling is guaranteed not to be deleterious.
The Horn the Hunt
The Human Elephant
Tune in to Penwith Radio hear it.
Streamed online by Penwith Radio http://penwithradio.org
12 Jan 2010, 20:18 by HealeyIslandhttp://i418.photobucket.com/albums/pp264/HealeyIsland/Ai-PODCAST-LOGO-.jpg
There's a distinctly Bristolian feel to this week's Analogue Island, with a significant portion of offerings from the new label Drawn Recordings. Please note this show won't be made available as a podcast - at least not for the foreseeable future. So best tune into Penwith radio when it goes out live.
Anyhoo - here is what is and what will be when it happens which is when it normally does. As usual this list is in no particular order.
The Tinopener's Art
The Wind Whistles
If There is Something
Apes on Tapes
Larry and Shirley
Except The General
Girl After Shower
Ai PODCAST INFO: Episodes currently available as podcasts are the Xmas Day Special (also know as episode 30) and Episode 31. These can be found here http://www.analogueisland.co.uk/Site_9/Analogue_Island/Analogue_Island.html
Streamed online by Penwith Radio http://penwithradio.org
27 Nov 2009, 19:09 by solipsisticasthttp://solipsisticnation.com/images/photo-pixicast-M.jpg
The music on today’s show comes to us by our guest DJ, Marie Craven, know to many as Pixieguts. Pixieguts is a member of the bands Cwtch and PIXSID. She is also the founder of the Palace Network and co-produces the Pixicast with Dave Almgren, also know as Voide. Pixicast is a show that focuses entirely on music that comes from indie and netlabels.
Pixieguts was also kind enough to provide the show notes for today’s show.
GreenGender’s track, “Recondite Loss” is full of delicate emotion, irony, political comment and simply good to hear.
Dementio13 has been making electronic music since the 1980s and “Disappeared (The Ballad Of Milton Friedman)” is from his 2009 EP release, The Ballad of Milton Friedman. The range of Dementio13’s music mixes up and travels around various genres like post-rock, ambient, drum and bass, trip-hop, idm and alternative.
I’ve chosen Humeka’s “The Sound” because I just particularly love this one. …
27 Nov 2009, 03:02 by Pixieguts
Solipsistic Nation is the pied piper of electronic podcasts, a fantastic long-running show coming out of San Diego USA. The latest episode is a Pixicast guest spot including an interview with Pixieguts.
The details from the Solipsistic website:
The music on today’s show comes to us by our guest DJ, Marie Craven, known to many as Pixieguts. Pixieguts is a member of the bands Cwtch and PIXSID. She is also the founder of the Palace Network and co-produces the Pixicast with Dave Almgren, also know as Voide. Pixicast is a show that focuses entirely on music that comes from indie and netlabels.
5 Oct 2009, 06:15 by HipGnosis23you can now get the experimental hip hop/trip-hop album Ear Responsibility by HipGnosis on iTunes: ER on iTunes. it can also be downloaded in multiple formats directly from the official website at http://music.hipgnosis.us, along with the previous electronic/idm album META. thanks for everyone's continued support. big things are happening for HipGnosis, and announcements are forthcoming soon! new releases in the next few months, as well as more shows. the weekly http://glitch.fm radio show Between Zero and One is growing stronger and a whole lot more. :)
28 Aug 2009, 07:58 by solipsisticasthttp://solipsisticnation.com/images/photo-freqs-M.jpg
Today's show is great! I'll be talking with Jim Moynihan from Omelette Records, Great Scott from glitch.fm, Steve Nalepa and Deru.
Jim Moynihan is Spoonbill and he is also the founder of Omelette Records, a wonderful collective record label with artists that include the likes of Spoonbill, Frank Riggio and Alpha Channel.
Great Scott was our guest back in May and joins us again to talk about glitch.fm, an internet radio station featuring the best of glitch hop he helped launch a few months back.
Nalepa is another regular on solipsistic NATION. The last time I spoke with him he had just completed Flatlands:Remixes and had just begun working on the DVD version of Flatlands:Remixes.
Deru's live performance on solipsistic NATION began a tradition of featuring live electronic music on the show that continues to this day. I've anxiously been awaiting the release of Deru's new album, Say Goodbye To Useless, since he mentioned it on Twitter about six months ago.
26 May 2009, 07:50 by HipGnosis23The newest album by experimental hip hop and electronic producer HipGnosis on Lab Beat is now available at major digital stores, including iTunes, Napster, and Rhapsody.
Whether you are a fan of his bassy, psychedelic idm sounds or his smooth, chilled out hip hop styles, this album surely won't disappoint you. Intended to be listened as a whole album from front to back, your mind and booty will be taken to other worlds duriing this non-stop glitch hop journey.
Stop by HipGnosis's website at http://hipgnosis.tk, http://www.labbeat.com or just go to http://scientifici.tk for other links and exclusive treats, including DJ sets, information packets and more.
Scientific Illuminism (Is For Sissies), the new album by HipGnosis, brought to you by Lab Beat.