Join Matta for a music-production tutorial
Thursday, 13 November 2014 19:48

Join Matta for a music-production tutorial
Matta were recently asked by the well established British magazing Computer Music to present a video tutorial in which they show aspiring musicians how to create the kind of heavy, catchy and driving tracks they are known for. The whole thing comes in two part, the first one being available for free here, and the second one requiring you to purchase issue 210 of Computer Music.

Free 40 minutes, kick back, turn the volume up and take notes as Matta invite you to their studio and guide you through their productions techniques:

Watch Oyaarss's live-band version of "Divdabiba"
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 14:09

We have been posting a few videos of Oyaarss's ongoing collaboration with Neļaudis since mid-2013, when these two Latvians formations decided to join force to present Oyaarss's material on stage as a trio (something which has been exported to this year's Maschinenfest festival, among other places). Besides an early raw rehearsal, the four videos posted so far were rendition of Oyaarss's early material, though.

Below is a new one of these Oyaarss and Neļaudis videos, this time showing how the trio transformed "Divdabība" (taken from Oyaarss's new "Zemdega" album, adn183) into a much more acoustic tune.

Feel free to compare the above live performance with the original studio version here.

out now: Swarm Intelligence "Faction" (Ad Noiseam adn183)
Monday, 10 November 2014 17:48

Ad Noiseam is proud to announce the release today of Swarm Intelligence's "Faction" (Ad Noiseam adn183). This artist's debut album for the label can be listened to here, and is available on CD there, as a poster with download code and as digital files.

Swarm Intelligence's first album for Ad Noiseam is the densest and most interesting piece of beat-driven industrial music that has been sent our way in the recent times. Drawing from a past in IDM and techno as well as his involvement in Berlin's current new noise scene, Swarm Intelligence marries here some of the heaviest basses around with an uncompromising level of distortion and astute beats. Heavy, enthralling, modern, dark: an impressive new step by a musician to watch (and listen to) very closely.

Watch a nice unofficial video to Igorrr's "Tendon"
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 15:42

No piano, no chicken, but a nice short film. The video you can watch below was apparently written, shot and edited by students of France's ESRA school. It is an unofficial project, in which neither Igorrr nor Ad Noiseam were involved, but which turned out well enough to be posted here.

Click below or here to watch this unofficial "Tendon" video. This track is taken from Igorrr's "Notril" album (adn132), which is available here on CD and there as digital files.

Listen to Ruby My Dear's set for Unfamous Resistenza 2014.
Tuesday, 04 November 2014 18:41

Are we having a Friday Freebie on a Tuesday? Second live-set of the day (following Oyaarss's one for the Riga Fashion Week), here comes a full recording of the show that Ruby My Dear played at a festival organized by France's Unfamous Resistenza in the middle of September. Contrary to Oyaarss's set, this Ruby My Dear one has the regular length of a live show (almost an hour), and showcases well what to expect at this musician's concerts.

This set can be listened to and downloaded here or below. Enjoy.

Worlds collide again: listen to Oyaarss's set played at a lingerie show.
Tuesday, 04 November 2014 14:01

Though Oyaarss is busy preparing his ambitious 5.1 surround sound, audiovisual "Zemdega" release party, taking placed at Kino Citadele in his hometown of Riga this week-end, he took part in a highly uncommon event a few days ago, when asked to provide live music for Amoralle's lingerie runway show during the Riga Fashion Week. It was harsh and loud, of course, but also quite short, as he had to change his tracks according to the clothes being presented (or so we assume).

You can listen to this 15-minute long Oyaarss set here or below. People wondering why this post is called "worlds collide again" might want to listen to Oyaarss remixing a Japanese hardcore track or a hip-hop combo. Finally, do not forget that Oyaarss's "Zemdega" (adn182) is out now and available on vinyl, CD or as digital files.

Out today: Machinecode "Samurai"
Monday, 03 November 2014 13:19

Ad Noiseam is proud to announce the official release and immediate availability of Machinecode's "Samurai" album (adn181). Click here for more information and audio about this album, there go get it on CD or as digital files. It is the third release on Ad Noiseam for the Autumn, following Monolog's "Merge" as well as Oyaarss's "Zemdega", and preceeding Swarm Intelligence's "Faction".

"Samurai" is the fourth album by Dean Rodell and Current Value and their first for Ad Noiseam. It is not the first time that these two musicians are active for the label, though, as they are also part of Underhill, whose to albums ("Silent Siren" and "Prologue") were also released by Ad Noiseam.

Machinecode's fourth full length album is the one in which Current Value and Dean Rodell let their creativity flow wild. Stylistically diverse, daring in its experiments and rich of their production expertise, this is an album which includes dancefloor-packing tracks but also goes further. "Samurai" is as much the product of technical mastery as it is a work of soulful beauty: crystal-clear drum'n'bass, deep low-frequencies, innovative beat-work and evocative soundscapes form a coherent whole of the kind which is too rare in this genre.

Friday Freebie / Ad Noiseam podcast #4: Machinecode
Friday, 31 October 2014 12:56

Friday Freebie / Ad Noiseam podcast #4: Machinecode
Friday Freebie / Ad Noiseam podcast: just a few days before the release of their new full length album ("Samurai", adn181), and right for Halloween, Machinecode treat us to a heavy, driven and varied 48-minute trip through their discography. Following mixes by Tapage, Detritus and 2methyl, the 4th episode of our label podcasts series does things a bit differently, featuring only material written by the mixing artists but combining both old and very new tunes.

Machinecode's "Ad Noiseam Podcast #4" can be listened to below or on Soundcloud,, Mixcloud and Youtube. Once you're done enjoying it, don't forget to check "Samurai" (out next Monday on CD and as digital files) or the rest of these musicians' discography in the Ad Noiseam online store.

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