A week after its trailer, the time has come to start prying the flood gates open: pre-orders are now taken for Igorrr's eagerly awaited fourth album, "Hallelujah" (adn165). This new tour de force will be released on all three formats: a luxurious gatefold double LP (with the CD added to the record, as has become a habit on Ad Noiseam), digipack CD and digital files. Click on each format to secure your copy. And of course, as usual, pre-orders get a rebate. So not only will you get your copy before everybody else, but also for a bit cheaper.
And for the few of you who still need to be convinved, here are two excerpts from this "Hallelujah". Navigate to the album page to listen to even more.
Techdiff is at it again. He had given away a big pack of sounds and loops for free before the release of his "P.Conv" album (adn151), and has now built a free little sequencer with which we can all play at being Techdiff.
Built with sounds and patterns used in "P.Conv", the "P.Conv Mash" program is a Reaktor tool in which you can rearrange beats, sequences and effects to produce your own Techdiff-sounding snippets. It comes with a short manual, and you can watch a video of it in use (or on Vimeo there). Finally, note that you do not need to own a full copy of Reaktor to play with it, as you can first download a free Reaktor player from the Native Instruments website to use this mash-up tool.
Go ahead, download this tool and enjoy it. It's easy to install and very fun to play with. If anybody wants to send us screencasts of what they came up with, go ahead. And of course, check what Techdiff himself did with this for the "P.Conv" album.
Praise the lorrrd, for his fourth testament is on its way. As the Mayas predicted hundreds of years ago, Igorrr's fourth studio album, "Hallelujah" (adn165) will be released on December 21st, just in time for us to celebrate the end of the world.
Here's the official video trailer for this album, with a very respectable French lady (who happens to be Igorrr's mother) tells you a few things about life in general and blast beats in particular. Pressplay, read the subtitles, and enjoy the first audio snippet towards the end.
Below is a free hour-long mix recorded live during a set played by yours truely on November 12th, 2012 as part of Xtractor TV's series of bi-monthly streamable music. Played somewhere between a French techno DJ and a Colombian breakcore producer, it was more of a post hangover, Monday-evening kind of thing, showcasing the calmer, more poetic sid of the Ad Noiseam roster.