The vinyl pendant to the full length CD of the same name, “Grist” compiles six Drumcorps tracks which had not made it onto wax yet. Aaron Spectre's ultimate hybridization of grindcore and breakcore still marches on, presenting again the very intense, detailed and passionate tracks that have made this project so sought after all over the world. (Get this on 12" / as mp3).
Mothboy's second full length album, “Deviance” is a very mature work in which his very bass heavy beat get adjusted to a new, faster tempo, and conjugated with more diversity and voices than ever. A very varied, personal and massive work, adding a solid stone to the Mothboy discography. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
Almost a year has passed since the release of Mothboy’s critically acclaimed album "The Fears". Since then, Mothboy has been busy fillung up dancfloors and cooking bass heavy mixes for Akira The Don, 65Daysofstatic, Enduser, Mad E.P. and other artists. To fill the gab between this debut and his follow up "Deviance" (due in 2006), Mothboy comes back with a 6 track ep, "Exonian". (Get this on 12" / as mp3)
Ad Noiseam is very proud to present here Mad e.p.’s first release (and how could one have said no to such a demo?). With such a display of talent, Mad e.p. is to leave a mark wherever his music threads, and “When I’m 6” might very well become the long time classic that sets the first stone. (Get this as mp3)
The coolest teenage robot on this side of the microchip finally comes back with a new single. Here is his 44KHz homage to the MOS6581, the soundchip at the core of the Commodore 64 and the dearly loved Sidstation. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
For his first release on CD, Zak Roberts (Cdatakill) signs with "Paradise" both a massive work of art and the definitive meeting point between innovative breakbeats, harsh industrial sounds and soulful compositions. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
It's clean, it's sharp, and it invokes images of futuristic, spacious constructions. For his first full-length album, breakcore artist Techdiff leaves the dancefloor anthems behind and demonstrates an insolent talent for ultra-edited, highly dynamic tracks mixing break beats, electronica and sound design. Myriad of details and idea flow together in this beast of a work, which demonstrates (as his label mate Ruby My Dear also did recently) that there's much hope to be had in this new wave of breakcore producer. This clearly doesn't sound like anything this genre has ever produced in the past, but proves to be an impressive milestone for this artist and this style. Get this on CD / as digital files.
Though subtle and humane, Mobthrow's debut album is a larger-than-life experience, an elaborate and detailled ensemble of scalding beats and encompassing atmospheres, of massive basses and flowing voices. This artist offers us a very cohesive entity ranging from dancefloor-compatible drum'n'bass to introspective home-listening songs, the whole thing stuck together by his consistent work on rhythms and tones. We're here listening to an album in the truest sense of the word, a guided adventure through an adventurous and perfectly put together concept. (get this on CD / as digital file)
Detailled, deep, pristine: the adjectives often used to describes Noel Wessels's output as DJ Hidden or The Outside Agency are even more accurate for the long-awaited first album by his new Semiomime project. A highly evocative and changing soundtrack to a yet-to-be-written movie, “From Memory” is a tour de force in emotional, multi-instrumental music writing and production. Close your eyes and let Semiomime guide you through his mysterious, intimidating but not unfriendly sonic journey. (get this on CD / as digital files)
Somatic Responses come back to Ad Noiseam with an album in which they re-invent their sound and finally put on record their taste for fresh and warmer sounds. Bridging their talented production with dubstep and rethinking their music, the Healy brothers have slowed things down, added more weight to their tracks, and are ready to out-bass pretty much everybody else. Reformation, renewal and re-establishment indeed! (Get this on CD / as mp3)
Probably one of the albums on Ad Noiseam which took the longest to complete. Begun years ago, Mad EP's fourth full length album sees this highly praised musician focus on low frequencies and everything which comes with them. Syncopated beats, guest vocals by Shadow Huntaz, MC Equivalant and others and the multi-instrumentation which has made Mad EP famous are all brought back on this artists's heaviest and most direct album to date. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
Aaron Spectre's first full length album is a respite from his usual hard and fast breakcore or grindcore. Written over many years, "Lost Tracks" present the most melodic, downtempo and aerial side of this multitalented artist, and features collaborations with Lapsed, Aarktica and Kazumi. Aaron Spectre and Ad Noiseam are happy to finally be able to share this timeles and mesmerizing material. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
"Grist", the debut full-length by Drumcorps features 11 tracks of amen blast beats, guitar-wash-screams, and plenty of musical tension. Quick and decisive, "Grist" is quite possibly the definitive breakcore/grindcore hybrid album of its kind. Far from just a typical grindcore mash-up mix, producer Aaron Spectre plays many of the riffs and tweaks the source material to near impossible levels, all making a passionate emotional attack on the listener. The intensity of his live shows has made him increasingly in demand, destroying parties from Tokyo to London. He's at the top of his game, and "Grist" proves it. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
Detritus’s second album, “Origin”, takes this act’s combination of clean and powerful drum’n’bass, deep strings and emotion-ridden melodies to a whole new level. Brilliantly produced, this album is a perfect combination of beauty and musical talent, of human feeling and driven beats. One doesn’t get very often an album which is satisfying both for the head, at home, and the feet, on the dancefloor; Detritus and Ad Noiseam are proud to present the perfect example of them. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
While Lynn Standafer’s recent output might have had their roots in his current home of Cincinnati or in some back alley of Kingston, Jamaica, it is on the heights of the Himalaya and in the most glamour Hindi temple that we find him this time. Enduser and Ad Noiseam are glad to invite you to a breakcore party at the Taj Mahal. (Get this on 12" / on CD / as mp3)
Precision, dedication, innovation. Such are the mottos by which Cordell Klier has worked all throughout his career. On once side with his own music, either under his own name or as Kreptkrept, OF or Monstrare, on the other side as the label manager of Doctsect, Cordell Klier is a driving force of the American electronic underground, putting his energy in both a music that definitely stands out and supporting many small acts. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
The previous two very limited releases by Magwheels had already attracted a lot of interest to this David Sullivan, perceived by many as a composer to watch very carefully. With “Evebuildingbomb”, this project takes a step further towards the recognition that can’t but finally come, for Magwheels contains beauty, originality and depth; all things that music never should have forgotten, here in their most sincere and intense incarnation. (Get this on CD).