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Catching The Waves’ Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Creative Commons Music Lover | Catching The Waves was born in a cross-fire hurricane. It reviews free albums from the Creative Commons/netlabel community and the occasional album from the big, bad world of commercial music. CTW is not a comprehensive review of netlabel releases; it is merely a reflection of one individual’s taste in music, […]

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Greg Healey’s Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Over the last year I have often stood in awe at the rich and complex offerings of the netaudio world of artists and labels. This is a warm and wonderful sphere full of immensely talented people. Thank you to mo. and everyone at Phlow for inviting me to contribute my thoughts and reviews, and thank […]

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» 5 Comments’s Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Personal Words from David Domingo | “From my point of view, 2009 has been a year of convergence of the music industry and the underground free music scene because the differences between a netlabel releasing free music and a “major” distributing his hits on Spotify are everyday smaller. This means something positive: we have more […]

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Masayuki’s Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Netaudio Japan Tunes | Masayuki is the man behind the japanese music weblog Music Forest. Masayuki lives in Kanagawa, Japan near Tokyo. Next to his job working as an engineer everyday he listens and buys music. With his weblog he introduces wonderful music aiming at Japan. Like the years before, we asked Masayuki to represent […]

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mo.’s Creative Commons Music & Netlabel Moments 2009

An Amazing Creative Commons Year | Wow, this was an incredible year for creative commons music. In Cologne I had the chance to combine theory and practice. With my buddies I organised the music conference and its festival called Cologne Commons which will open its gates 2010 again. In summer went online with one of spains most known netaudio activists behind the steering wheel: Mr. Applejux. Than I joined the netaudio crowd and moved to Berlin for the Netaudio Berlin Festival. It was great to see so many of the creative commons music people there and they even danced to my dj-set…

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Christian Grasse’s Creative Commons Music Netlabel Moments 2009

Christian Grasse is Germanys most active netaudio podcaster. With his radio show and podcast FreeQuency on he prooves, that free creative commons music is not only about electronic music anymore. In june he surprised people from the music industry while speaking on Cologne Commons about his successful netlabel aaahh-records he is a member of. […]

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