Below is a four and a half minute mix prepared by Oyaarss himself and featuring all the material from this album. While each track is displayed only for half a minute, it should give you a better idea of the density and diversity of "Bads"'s follow-up.
This week's Friday Freebie is a double one coming courtesy of Subheim, as two tracks featuring his sounds (at least for parts) are now available for listening and downloading.
First, we get a remix by Matta of his "At The Edge Of The World" (taken from his "No Land Called Home" album, adn133), first prepared for the free compilation given away at this year's edition of the Elektroanschlag festival. Only people attending this festival were initially able to listen to the duo's re-building of this tunem but here it is now available for all. Enjoy this downtempo, "post"-whatever, emotional remix:
It is then the turn of Subheim to take on the role of the remixer, with his re-interpretation of Lights Out Asia "Psiu! Puxa!" (taken from this act's "Eyes Like Brontide" album). Allegedly prepared quite a long time ago for a project which never saw the light of the day, this Subheim remix is now available:
October is upon us, and will see the release of two major albums on Ad Noiseam before it is over. Announced, displayed and now available for pre-orders are two very distinct works from the two current heavy hitters that are Oyaarss (following his "Bads" album with a remasted release of his early "Smaida Greizi Nakamiba" demo) and Niveau Zero (with his long-awaited "Jasmine" second full length album).
Both of these albums will be released on October 22nd and both come on all formats: vinyl (everytime with a copy of the album on CD in the sleeve), CD and digital files. And as usual, pre-orders get a rebate: if you purchase your copy of these albums before their release date, not only will you get your copy before anyone else, but also for a bit cheaper. Act fast.
Read below for more information, images and audio from both of these albums.
We received more than 5 hours of continuous play of remixes to listen to, and had long discussions as to which was our favorite. Voting for this contest were Niveau Zero, The Unik (his collaborator for this track), the Fixt team and your humble servant at Ad Noiseam. Picking the three best remixes out of more than 70 wasn't easy. Check the result below, and get in touch if you are one of the winners. If you are not, we are still very thankful that you participated to this contest, and had a good time listening to your remixes.
Breaking our habit, here is another post not advertising any new release to pre-order or any new officialvideo, but showcasing a very appreciated hommage sent to us by a fan. Ad Noiseam does need to sell records to pay for the production of records and rent, but it's also very heart-warming to receive this kind of message.
Below is a drawing made by Arnaud Polette, inspired by Ad Noiseam, and realized with pencil and chinese ink. It's beautiful, impressive, and is a great thing to find in our inbox. Thank you.
Made only in stop-motion, this video seems to be the fruit of an extremely detailed and painful work. It's quite something to watch, and must have been quite something to realize as well. And on top of that, it all fits perfectly with Subheim's track.
You can watch this video, "The Last Gate" here or below. Enjoy.
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