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netlabels for experimental tracks?

Post by dsat » Sat Mar 10, 2007 5:51 pm

hi peepz

i was wondering if any if you could recommend me some experimental (non-techno) netlabels, i'm not so up to date with the netlabel thing ;-)

i've got a few experimental tracks kicking around on my HD for ages
i want to put them out somewhere, open to suggestions

thanks

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Post by _minimalnet_ » Sat Mar 10, 2007 8:17 pm

There are too much experimental labels, i have an enormous blacklist with netlabels of this "music" style :evil:

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Post by zkreso » Sat Mar 10, 2007 9:37 pm

_minimalnet_ wrote:There are too much experimental labels, i have an enormous blacklist with netlabels of this "music" style :evil:
Too many bad ones yes, and not enough good ones. But the same can be said about dance music netlabels as well.

As for the original question:
My favorite "netlabels" for experimental music are usually just websites that host live performances from my favorite experimental improvisers. ( examples: www.audiotong.net www.l-m-c.org.uk ) but I understand that you're looking for netlabels to release studio-produced tracks on. In that case I would suggest something like www.con-v.org, or if you're planning on releasing something more electronic sounding www.2063music.de or even the www.thinner.cc sister label Autoplate

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Post by phife » Sat Mar 10, 2007 11:09 pm

I have to disagree. I find that there are allot of great netlabels for dance music. Depends on your taste I guess. I remember my first time discovering netlabels a few years ago and I was actually blown away by how great the music was. However, I look at music as an art and not so much a science. SO I SAY SOMEONE'S GARBAGE CAN BE SOMEONE ELSE'S TREASURE!!!!!

JUST MY TWO CENTS!!!

http://www.randomaccessrecordings.com
http://www.myspace.com/djmarcuswatkins
http://www.myspace.com/randomaccessrecordings

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Post by DJ L'embrouille » Sat Mar 10, 2007 11:41 pm

yeah, as always bad or good is a matter of taste. i find that there are more and more so good releases !

for experimental stuffs, check the rowolo list :

http://www.rowolo.de/labels/index.html

netlabel are sorted by style and there is an experimental indication :wink:

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Post by fugazi » Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:06 pm

Lo-Fi Experimental Net Labels

Melisma Records
http://www.melismarecords.info/

Series Media
http://www.seriesmedia.org

Biodata
http://www.biodata.microbiorecords.net/

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