Best of 2014

Happy New Year from all of us at Netlabelism Magazine. It’s the first Music Monday #MM of 2015, and what better way to kick it off? Our staff chose their 3 favourite releases of 2014. It’s always a rolling ride through multiple genres, you’re sure to discover an abundance of new music to love. If...+

Interview with Dystopiaq

Dystopiaq release high quality, unique compositions from around the world, covering a huge range of musical styles. Originally located in both Ohio, USA and Tokyo, Japan; Dystopiaq moved to Pittsburgh in 2011. I discovered Dysopiaq label in 2012, and used a selection of their fine tracks on our netlabelism podcasts. Their release roster is quite...+

Interview with Silent Flow

We got in touch with Max Gruzin, label administrator of the Silent Flow Netlabel, based out of Moldova. A country between Romania and Ukraine who became independent from USSR in 1991. Who are the people behind Silent Flow? Where are you from? What do you do for a living? I’m the founder and label administrator,...+

OPEN CALL FOR SOUNDS II: Experimental Sound Lab

The final open call for sounds: “We want to contribute to the cultural exchange between artists around the world, to encourage innovation and evolution, to combine ideas in different contexts, to join forces, to share and to collaborate on the Internet. With this in mind, we are curating a free sound library, which is going...+

Interview with Datamask

Continuing our series of interviews with different netlabels, we ran into the recently created Datamask netlabel: Can you tell us a little about who the people behind Datamask are? Where are you from? What do you do for a living? Datamask is run by me, Ghostwerk, from North Hollywood, California. I don’t do anything for...+

Interview with HAZE

Continuing our series of interviews with different netlabels we came across HAZE netlabel and ended up asking its curator Dzmitry Ladzes a few questions by email: Who are the people behind Haze? When was it formed? It was formed in 2007. I had an idea to create some kind of web resource that would represent...+

Interview with Thanks For Your Netlabel

We got in touch with the folks behind the conceptual project Thanks for your your netlabel for a chat on what their project was about and the state of the netaudio scene. Mikel Nieto and Blanca Rego were kind enough to answer Filipe a few questions. Can you tell us a little about yourselves? Who...+

Interview with Nostress Netlabel

Next up on our list of interviews: the curators of Nostress Netlabel based in Palermo, Italy. la memoria del objeto Who are the people behind Nostress? Where are you from? What do you do for a living? Nostress is a Palermitan (Sicily) indie record label that I (Paolino Canzoneri) set up in 2011. We have...+