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Our Phlow Compilation “Music From All Around The World” is prove, that you find wonderful creative commons pop music. It’s prove that free has nothing to do with low quality or geeky dark ambient. On top of all “Music From All Around The World” shows that the worldwide creative commons music scene offers more and more compatible music be played out loud on the radio. We at Phlow believe that 2010 creative commons music will please more and more music lovers who love songs, vocals and pop in general. Download our free pop music compilation!
Techno Blast | Phlow proudly presents in cooperation with DJ Meeting our first and free creative commons techno compilation. We digged our harddisc and collected the very best from the past and the very best of the presence. The cream on top of our compilation is an exclusive track by Sudio. Sudio remixed one of his tracks and infused even more adrenaline into “Sonic Impact”.
Conference & Festival for Digital Culture | For the second time we teamed up with friends in Cologne to organise another Cologne Commons. This year our slogan is be shareful! and we opened the focus on digital culture in general. We invite you to come to our wonderful city from 10th to 12th of June 2010.
We offer you three days of knowledge and culture. The curtain falls with the cinema evening at thursday showing you some of the finest creative commons movies around. On friday and saturday we open your mind and share ideas, knowledge and discuss the future of copyrights, the print media or the state of privacy during our conference. While all speeches and discussions will be in english, we have one special panel for you with your favorite netaudio heroes. We called it “Hello world, my name is Netaudio!”. In the evening we invited once again musicians from all over Europe, even from Chile, South America to rock the music festival.
So pick up a ticket at our digital counter and don’t miss our two free compilations featuring wonderful music and the artists of the festival. So check out our free compilations Cologne Commons 05 and Cologne Commons 04!
And please become a fan on www.facebook.com/colognecommons!
After years of working as an music journalist I am still surprised how the print music media ignore the world of free music. Creative Commons Musicians nearly get no support by print magazines which write about music. Netlabels get no spot, even if they try. The only print media which cover creative commons topicsare newspapers and live style magazines. Only one exception proves the rule: A German magazine called Beat writing about synthesizers, music production and… yes, Creative Commons Music. We interviewed its driving force aka main editor aka Thomas Raukamp and asked why.
Jahtari Tribute | While publishing our Jahtari-Portrait some days ago, I thought: “Why not making a mixtape with my favorite Jahtari-anthems?” After some digging through the whole back catalogue I finished my studies of the mighty echo chambers of Jahtari. I rolled you a wonderful spliff of smokey Dub Reggae anthems. Take care, Jahtari might […]
Niches can be cool. Especially when you’re the star of one. Even better when you dug it out from nothing all by yourself. Jan Gleichmar, aka Disrupt, label head of Jahtari.org, is the star of his own genre. He refines a bulky sub-bass sound with an oldschool 8-bit charm. He calls it simply: Digital Laptop Reggae.