In late 2014, Adrian Krygowski partnered with new Candadian-based streaming service which will beta later in 2016, Uprise.FM. Creative Director & curator and 10-time Grammy producer Daniel Lanois will continue working on a "Live From The Lab" recording session in 2016/2017. "It's time for a streaming service that is centred around and driven by the artist community directly," says Lanois. "Artists are prolific beyond a new recording every two years. They perform, tour, record and collaborate constantly. will not only make these rare and unique recordings available, we will ensure that the artists are fairly compensated for their work." Read more about Uprise.FM and Daniel Lanois via

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I like the idea of releasing things fast. That’s the funny thing about these fast times, things have gotten slower. To release a record now, you’ve got to have a big ramp up campaigns where you sit around for 6 months and then you get tired of the material then you’re supposed to go out there and play it live. The good thing about, we could do in this studio a little session here today and if some magic came of it, then I could put it on the site and make it available very quickly. That’s exciting for me. I’m doing a show in New York in November with some great African artists and I’m excited about that night and should we record and film that night, it could turn up on Uprise for example. Otherwise, that might may just dissipate and never be enjoyed by people who weren’t there. I’m excited just thinking about doing these little specials wherever I go. I bump into special things wherever I go. To cement them and to have them made available quickly appeals to me right now. It’s an extension to what I said a minute ago about being excited about the stage, things happen fast, you have an audience there. The communication is a very real one. It’s sort of the opposite of huddling up in a studio for two years and looking at your belly button.