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|Publicado: Dom Jun 05, 2011 9:58 am Título del mensaje: Synode + Hench - "Sulaco" [Internet Rec. www008]
Internet Recordings www008: Synode + Hench - "Sulaco"
download (320 kbps mp3):
Synode (producer) and Hench (producer/DJ) are two good friends living in the city of Khabarovsk in Russia. After some years of working on their production skills and experimenting with sounds and styles, including mostly Drum & Bass, Breaks, Dubstep and Hip Hop, these young hedonists are taking their hobby to the next level. They are still newcomers to the english speaking Drum & Bass Internet/community/scene/market, but "Sulaco" is their first tune to be officially released now.
Synode & Hench links:
Soundcloud, Discogs (Synode/[url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Hench+(2)]Hench[/url]), vk.com
Internet Recordings links:
releases on Internet Recordings:
www008: Synode + Hench - "Sulaco"
www007: kr4y - "Bloodshed" / "Gritual"
www666: Zardonic + Replicator - "Ten Commandments"
www005: Arje - "Something Better"
www004: Paul SG - "Grey Skin" (Mefjus + Bowser Remix) / Paul Saint Jack - "Timeless" (Mefjus + Bowser Remix)
www003: Kaiza + Shots - "Starkstrom"
www002: Acid_Lab - "Fallen Angel" / "Nuclear War"
www001: Mefjus - "Fugly Habits"
Internet Recordings is a free mp3 netlabel for various kinds and subgenres of Drum & Bass and for other interesting styles of electronic (dance) music.
Internet Recordings provides legal free music releases (= mp3 downloads) in random intervals. These mp3 downloads have catalogue numbers (www001, www002…) and a proper format including standardized file names and tags. The downloads are accompanied with file info, some basic information on the artists, links to their respective homepages or social network profiles (if available) and sometimes pictures or even artwork. However, the main focus is on music and information; the label does not even have a logo yet.
Internet Recordings is inspired by Drum & Bass netlabels such as Plain Audio, T-FREE, Exegene (R.I.P.), HMSU, Zardonic and the free tunes provided by Santorin, BBC 1 Extra and many artists on their own…
In our opinion, the internet leads to pretty much the end of commercial music distribution. This is because the post Millenium generation growing up with internet from their early childhood are not willing to pay for something they can also have for free… Therefore, netlabels are by default the legal music distributors of tomorrow.
All tunes released via Internet Recordings are published under a by-nc-nd Creative Commons License with consent of their respective producers. All the tunes can be played by DJs, used in mixes & DJ-sets, radioshows, on live events etc just like regular vinyl/CD/digital releases (but without the obligation to pay royalties to copyright collecting agencies). Furthermore, they can be shared and redistributed freely.