2014 is a very active year for Ad Noiseam artists: following the releases in the recent weeks of records by Broken Note ("Black Mirror", adn169) and 2methyl ("Orb", adn175) and an album by Mobthrow ("Unfolded", adn176), we are announcing today the release in a few weeks of Detritus's new album, "The Very Idea" (adn177). The longest-running artist on the label (his "Endogenous" debut came out in 2003), Detritus is back once again with a full-length album in which he proves his position as a constant innovator and influential act.
A refinement, a sharpening and a surpassing: Detritus takes his art in yet another direction with "The Very Idea". The sixth studio album by this musician is the one in which he strips down his music to its cores and present it in both its rawest and most touching aspects. Heavy and crisp, but also gentle and humane, Detritus's new work is something which expands the scope of his talent and confirms yet again Detritus's position as an always-innovating, influential artist who constantly takes his tools forward. (Get this on CD / as a poster print with download code / as digital files)
Mobthrow was yesterday the guest of the latest episode of Mantis, a radio show run by the good people at Darkfloor sound, and aired by Future Music FM. Those of you who didn't listen to the show live, as well as the ones who want to experience it again can listen to the whole thing again by clicking here or on the player below.
As usual with Mantis Radio. the first hour presents a music selection from the show host, and the second is a mix by the guest artists. The first half is definitely worth listening to, but people eager to listen to Mobthrow's set should know it starts around the 59 minutes mark.
Click here to listen to the March episode if this show, which also features DJ Skull Vomit (ex-Eustachian), Maruosa and other heavy hitters of the breakcore world. Mobthrow's arguably less hard and deeper contribution can be listened to here or below. As one could expect, it focuses heavily on this musician's new "Unfolded" album (adn176).
The accurately titled "Permafrost" by Niveau Zero is probably one of the most surprising track on his "Jasmine" second album, and might stay in this musician's carreer as a turning point of sort, with its downtempo approach and laid-back though glacial atmosphere.
It appears that we are not the only one who think so, as the French drum'n'bass duo Kantyze have just uploaded a nice remix of this track, which you can listen to here or below.
Accurately described as a trip through Berlin through kaleidoscope, Mickael Le Goff's new video to Mobthrow's "Cruise Me" takes you through a fast, changing and disorientating journey through this musician's adoptive city and illustrates well the humane-but-heavy, bleak-through-hopeful atmosphere of his new "Unfolded" album (adn176).
It has come to our attention that, for some reason, our emails sent to Hotmail, Gmail, Outlook or Live email addresses sometimes do not reach their recipient (either landing in spam folders or just totally disappearing in the void). This applies both to regular emails, our newsletter, or any other email communication from the Ad Noiseam servers.
We're working to solve this problem (actually communicating with Google and Microsoft, wish us luck). In the meanime, there are very easy work-arounds to make sure that you get all the message we are sending you. Sorry for this hassle.
Friday Freebie: the Goûte Mes Disques (a.ka. "Taste My Records") has just published a brand new mix from and article about Ruby My Dear. Promoting his new "Form" album (adn171) and on the verge of a few new live dates (including a 13 Years Ad Noiseam birthday party in Bordeaux on April 20th), this artist showcases a lot of his new material, with a focus on the more laid-back, somewhat aerial side of his complex electronic music, but also includes tracks from his labelmates Fausten, Oyaarss and Igorrr (with whom a collaboration is revealed in the accompanying article) as well of his slightly more trip-hop sounding Digital Velvet side-project.