The new Ad Noiseam label shirts are here.
Thursday, 19 December 2013 18:43
Ad Noiseam label roster shirts - available in red, blue, green and grey.

The long talked about new series of Ad Noiseam label shirts are here. First available to the audience of the Burn The Machine and Maschinenfest festivals this year, and already displayed proudly on stage by several artists, these new shirts are now available to everybody in our online store.

These shirts show half of the Ad Noiseam logo on the front, and the other half filled with a complete list of all the artists having released on the label between 2001 and 2013 on the back (which yes, is a good way to check which ones you know, and which you still need to listen to). Additionally, these shirts are part of our effort to break the mold of constant black shirts. We have often been guilty of printing black shirts (though there have already been quite colors already) but this time around, these shirts are available in red, green, blue and grey only. No black ones (and no grey ones for the women sizes).

As usual, these shirts are sweat-shop free, fair-trade and printed on organic cotton.

Scroll below for more images of these shirts. They are all available right here in the Ad Noiseam online store.

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Ben Lukas Boysen's "Gravity" is the sound of post-apocalyptic "Sundays".
Wednesday, 18 December 2013 19:08

We wrote last week about Ben Lukas Boysen's "Gravity" (adn168) material being used in a short movie about "Bonnie & Clyde", and have another very nice project to present today featuring this artist's music.

Below is the teaser trailer to "Sundays", a movie by PostPanic curently in post-production and planned for released in 2014. We do not have any precise information about its story, but what looks like a tale set in a dystopian future is particularly pleasing to the eyes, and even more so to the ears. The music to be heard in this trailer is "Gravity"'s title piece. Enjoy.

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Early Christmas: get a free track from Niveau Zero.
Friday, 13 December 2013 19:05
Early Christmas: get a free track from Niveau Zero.

This the season of presents and Niveau Zero is your early Santa Claus, as he is giving away a new tracktoday. This "Lndscpe" tune can be listened to and download for free right here through the French zine Mowno (which explains why we can not embed it here). Those of you who can read French are welcome to read the description coming with the tune. We are confident that the rest of you will understand how to play and download this track, which is very strong and should serve as a potential introduction to a follow-up to "Jasmine" (adn161).

Update: Niveau Zero has now made this track available directly from his Soundcloud page, meaning that we can also repost it below. Enjoy.

 
Friday Freebie: new ambient "mindcast" by Monolog.
Friday, 13 December 2013 15:53

Friday Freebie: new ambient podcast by Monolog.

Friday Freebie: most people reading this line will think primarily of hard beats and complex d'n'b structures when reading the name Monolog. This is accurate when thinking of his recent album, "2 Dots Left" (adn172). However, this Danish musician has been writing a lot more calmer material as well over the years, as for example demonstrated with his 2012 "Aerodymanic" LP.

Following a series of mix and live records aimed at presenting his current, furious and distorted self, Monolog has decided to showcase this (much) more atmospheric of his talent with the latest episodes of the "Mindcast" series curated by the good people of the Mindwaves label. The result is half an hour of deep drones and very subtle changes and melodies, which you can listen to here or below. Enjoy.

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Ben Lukas Boysen's music used in a modern Bonnie & Clyde short film.
Thursday, 12 December 2013 18:56

Two tracks by Ben Lukas Boysen taken from his "Gravity" album (adn168) have recently been used in a short film simply entitled "Bonnie & Clyde", which Lanther Films describe as "British spin on the story of two of America's best known bank robbers (...) a pair who captured the imaginations of a nation disillusioned by financial crisis". This movie can be watched here or below.

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New video of Oyaarss performing "Parejošs kaut kas" as a live band.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 12:25

New video of Oyaarss performing "Parejošs kaut kas" as a live band.

The feedback received to the video of Oyaarss's "Malduguns" performed as a live band (meaning with live guitars and drums) received a great amount of positive feedback. Good news, it is followed today by a second video from the same session. This time around, Oyaarss and his associates of Nelaudis paired to create a live retranscription of "Parejošs kaut kas" ("Perishable Something"), also takern from Oyaarss's "Bads" album (adn159).

This live rendition of "Parejošs kaut kas" is available here or below. Turn the volume up, click play and enjoy. You are free to share, repost this video and spread the word. Note that Oyaarss is now available for bookings both solo and as a live band. Get in touch to book him / them in your neck of the woods.

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Friday Freebie: listen to Stavros Gasparatos's soundtrack to "Antigone"
Friday, 06 December 2013 18:53

Friday Freebie: listen to Stavros Gasparatos's soundtrack to "Antigone"

Friday Freebie: We have written it many times: Stavros Gasparatos is not "only" a great musician of modern classical and electronic music (as demonstrated on his recent album for Ad Noiseam, "Seven"), but also a prolific author of soundtracks for the stage. We have already presented and made available his works for "The Glass Menagerie" and "Stallerhof". Today's free stream and download is a half hour selection of the material he wrote for a performance of "Antigone" (the Jean Anouilh play, not the one by Sophocles), presented to the public this winter in Athens.

As usual, sit back, read a bit about this play and listen to Stavros Gasparatos's soundtrack here or below. Note that you can also download these tracks here).

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Gore Tech discusses Berlin, production and his future.
Monday, 02 December 2013 19:57

Gore Tech discusses Berlin, production and his future.

There's quite a lot in the pipeline for Gore Tech at the moment. Recently relocated to Berlin (right in time for Burn The Machine 2013), this musician has a few releases in preparation, including a follow-up to the Ad Noiseam-released "Machine Throne" EP (adn166). The Bitlord Blog just sat down with him for an interview in which this musician compares the breakcore scene in his native Manchester and his new Berlin home, his music production techniques and Gore Tech's near future, among other topics. You can read this interview here.

 
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