Monday, May 11, 2009


ok so i have been following untitledmusic for a very long time... they are now in their 3rd incarnation... richie hartness does a quality podcast, that you can do a search for on itunes(untitledmusic is all one word), and subscribe, or you can download directly at soundcloud... here is some stuff from their untitledmusic's facebook page...
Company Overview:
Untitledmusic is back!

The world's favourite monthly new music mix show, bringing you all the latest new releases from all the best labels around!

We are supported by Paperecordings, defDrive, Solemusic, Atjazz, Rednetic, Polyphonics, Boltfish, Kung Fu Dub, Dirt Crew, Giant Step, Rucksack, Nordic Trax, Fine Art Recordings, ProgCityDeep, Third Ear, King Kong, Soma and more!

For those of you that are new here's a bit of history if you're new to untitledmusic...

untitledmusic blurs the boundaries between music and media, targeting those electronic music lovers that want a little bit more than 50 words and one persons rating of the hottest releases from around the world.

In 2007 untitledmusic turned off the speakers after 5 years of pushing the boundaries of music magazines and online resources.

From humble beginnings - sending out a handful photocopied fanzines to the UK's finest music emporiums, to a regular online reviews, charts and news site, and onto our third incarnation, harnessing the rise of the podcast to deliver the worlds finest new electronic release to the masses, along with a members only mix series from both big name and bedroom DJ's alike.

We were proudly there for the rise of labels such as Paperecordings, Naked Music, MAW, Nuphonic, Warp, Peng, Glasgow Underground, Solemusic, Soma, Brique Rogue, Deeplay Music and many, many more. And then the music stopped.

As 2009 gets going, untitledmusic strikes out on a new journey, harnessing the ever growing momentum of the digital revolution and social networking to once more bring the finest new music to our listeners.

In March 2009 we returned here on Facebook, Souncloud, Last FM and iTunes.

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