‘General news’ Archives
Good news! Our commercial releases are now also available from the brand new mp3 department of Amazon.co.uk. So, why not take a sneak peek at Akustikelektrik, our upcoming CD release by Turkish free jazz ensemble konstruKt. You can find it here.Of course US customers can still go to Amazonmp3.com and look for our mp3 releases there!
A little while ago our friends at Op3n.net invited us to submit a WM Recordings netlabel mix. The result is online now:Download WM Recordings Mix September 2008
It was four years ago today...Various Artists - Water, Wind and Sails
A couple of our free releases are now also available on Alonetone.com, the brand new "damn fine home for musicians". Check out our stuff here.
An interview about the past, present and future of WM Recordings is now online at Guitarati.com: http://blog.guitarati.com/2008/04/its-my-goal-to-create-platform-for.html Don't forget to check out the interviews with Panicphobia and RioJafari & the Delicious Allstars as well.
Keji Hamilton is the featured artist this month on Yoradio.org. An interview with Keji can be found here.
We have some great WM Recordings merchandise available now!Check it out at http://www.cafepress.com/wmrecordings
The Afrobase Show (anchored by John Warr) will feature the album by Keji Hamilton & the Exousia Band this weekend. The show will go out this coming Sunday 3rd February from 4-6pm on Juice 107.2 FM in the Brighton (UK) area and simultaneously on Juicebrighton.com.It will then be available as a stream, anytime of the day (24 hours), for a wholeweek, from Friday 8th February on Totallyradio.com.After that week it will be archived indefinitely for access by anyone (around the world) who has a subscription to the station. For quick access to the web shows, click on this link. (Until 8th Feb you [Read more...]
'Keji' by Keji Hamilton & the Exousia Band is the featured album today on AmieStreet: "After a thirteen-year sojourn, multi-instrumentalist Keji Hamilton returns with a new album of traditional Afrobeat music. Having spent many years playing with the legendary Fela Kuti, Keji is considered one of few current musicians who plays authentic Afrobeat -- fusing jazz horns and instrumentation with African percussion. Keji includes a variety of moods and themes, ranging from social/political commentary to tunes ready for the dancefloor. If you're new to the genre, this is a great place to [Read more...]
Gorowski's Simulators can was voted one of the five best netlabel releases of 2007 by Phlow Magazine!