Skip Navigation’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 and more nice free music to listen and to review!

Personally, this year I've had the chance to meet a lot of people from the netaudio scene on the Netaudio Festival in Berlin and during the last months, we're working on a redesign of the platform and objectives, just as helping the launch of

I've selected a collection of peacefully songs and netlabels from electronic pop to idm, passing by some beats and good atmospheres. I hope you enjoyed them!"

David Domingo/

David Domingo has been an engineer, musician, dj, producer, visual artist, activist and event organizer in the last years, always mixing art and music with technology - his two passions. A long career in the demoscene world took him to the netaudio scene and now he's dedicated to the promotion of the local scene with activities and collaborations. David Doming is a Co-director of platform.

Top-5 Songs 2009

Henrik Jose - "I'm in your side"

Human Terminal - "Earth Breath"

Crisopa - "Greeting every strange"

Imogen Heap - "The Song That Never Was (Rymdlego mix)"

Ferenc Vaspoeri - Esplanade (Noise64’s This Time Stand Up Remix)

Top Netlabels 2009

Best Creative Commons Albums 2009

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  • Man. Every day, 5 new tracks, 5 new albums... It's like heaven. Super glad to see rec72 representing again!!!

    Gravatar of Daniel Costalis Daniel Costalis said on
    9. Dec 2009 at 5:32 am
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  • Human terminal! nice one
    ...perhaps listened for first time at - groove salad.

    Gravatar of JaK JaK said on
    12. Dec 2009 at 9:38 pm
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  • Excellent selection. I love what Crisopa does especially.

    Gravatar of Rossics Rossics said on
    17. Dec 2009 at 6:08 pm
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