It's been a while since we've heard a full mix by Matta. The duo is still very active, though, and just recorded a podcast for the UKBassMusic website. Featuring 23 tracks (either their own, their remixes, and material by like-minded musicians), this UKBMix013 should give you a nice idea of what Matta are about at the moment. Enjoy here or below.
While Gore Tech is slowly but surely working on a new Ad Noiseam release as a sequel to "Machine Throne" (adn166), he just uploaded a challenge of sort: asked by the new UK label Formyl to write a 100BPM tune, he decided to focus on the dub rather than the "step" or the "core". Here and below is the result. Ya man.
Igorrr recently played his first concert in North America with a much talked about appearance at the Katacombes in Montreal, QC. As usual, the audience proved to be very receptive to his crazy breakcore, classical part and metal elements, as shown on the video below. Therefore, whether you've seen Igorrr already and want to reminisce about his concert or whether you're curious as to what his concert look and sound like, here's an accurate shoot of this show. Enjoy.
Here and below is a new video shot by Loulwa Beydoun for Enduser's recent "Retox" track, taken from a record of the same name and released on a label of the same name (incidentally available on glorious pink vinyl here and as mp3 or FLAC there). Melodic, syncopated, humane and breakcore: this piece is pure condensed Enduser, and this video is yet another reasong to listen to it.
Friday Freebie: we announced earlier this month the signing of Danish-born, Berlin-based artist Monolog to Ad Noiseam and the release in October of his new full-length album, entitled "2 Dots Left" and bearing the catalog number adn172. We already had posted quiteafewsounds from this artist to make the waiting for the album a bit easier, but as the week-end draws closer, how about a full live-set?
What you can listen to here or below is a semi-improved set played by Mads Lindgren (a.k.a. Monolog, doing his best to look like Star Wars's Emperor on the image above) at Berlin's Subland club six months ago. It should give you an idea of the hard, pummeling madness that is Monolog live (something you'll be able to witness at this year's edition of the Maschinenfest and Burn The Machine festivals). Enjoy and get ready for "2 Dots Left".
Good news: work is under way for a new album by Detritus (the sixth on Ad Noiseam from one of the longest-running artists on the label). Titled "The Very Idea", this album is planned for release sometime at the very end of 2013 or early in 2014.
Rather than keeping it all under wraps for several more months, Detritus has chosen to give us all a taste of what this successor to his "Everyday Explanations" album might sound like. Dirter, bassier, slower and still featuring his very recognizable sound, the three late drafts which we can listen to on Detritus's Soundcloud page or below announce another deep and mesmerizing work from this musician. Enjoy, and expect news about this "Very Idea" in the coming months.