Dubstep and sauerkraut.
Tuesday, 01 September 2009 11:44
An industrial label. A noise label. A breakcore label. And now a dubstep label. Ad Noiseam got put in a new category with an article published last Thursday by the Berlin daily Berliner Zeitung.
This very accessible but nice article, aimed at presenting dubstep (and its actors in the German capital) to the masses, gets things quite right, and mentions Ad Noiseam and its sister store Dense, alongside other acts of the scene such as Bass The World, Dubstep Standards or Mackjiggah.
If you can read German, the article is below, check the links, and maybe see you one day at some dubstep thing in Berlin.


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