Session 3.11 ��� Experimentalism with Pilot Eleven
Pilot Eleven is a British netlabel that often swings its way towards also being a podcast about Creative Commons music. I found out about it last year, because of Netlabel Day and I was ever since quite intrigued with their work.�� This week, I sat down to talk to Graeme Gill, who is the person behind Pilot Eleven to find out a bit more about the project���s past, present and future. Of course, we also talked about music.
Our Pilot Eleven special is also an experimental approach to the show. Hope you like it.
Drey Grade ��� Rubha Hunish Reimagining (Mermaids and Seals) // CC BY-SA
Distilled Logic ��� Black Hole a Disintegrating Mirror // CC BY-NC-ND
Linden Pomeroy ��� Festival of Red Leaves // CC BY-SA
Drey Grade ��� Underground Car Park With Rain Twon Attic With Rain // CC BY
Drey Grade ��� Railings At Kilt Rock // CC BY
Susan Matthews ��� A Room of Lights // CC BY-NC-ND
Dallas Simpson ��� Gibraltar Point Car Park Windscape (vignette) // CC BY
Silo Portem ��� Cavernous Foundry // CC BY-NC-ND
Distilled Logic ��� Reflections on Space // CC BY-NC-ND
Drey Grade ��� Byron Arrives // CC BY