Both bearing the (very different) logos from these bands, they are, as usual with Ad Noiseam merchandise, printed on fair-trade (as in "sweat-shop free"), organic cotton. The Mobhtrow shirts come in blue or black (but we sadly do not have any women-sized of them anymore), and the Igorrr ones only in black (and we do still have women shorts for them). More pictures after the break.
Following their participation to a recent NSPC TV spot, Matta have paired up again with the advertisment agency 3angrymen for a short but intense showreel. Showcasing Matta's beats, bass and melodies together with 3angrymen's images, it might appear as something "different" for most Matta fans, but underlines well how talented the duo is, and how far reaching their music can be. You can watch this showreel here or below.
Start your week with some loud beats and reminisce the week-end's booty shaking with a new minimix by Spanish bass-master Loop Stepwalker, in which he not only presents a couple of unreleased collaboration tracks (with Niveau Zero and Dub Elements), but also several tracks of his new, less dubstep and more electro, clubby moniker, Voltage. No laser show or funky helmet yet, but these new sounds are certainly aimed at big-system, crowded dancefloors.
You can listen to this mix here (where you can downooad it as well) or below:
Friday freebie: what we have for you this week is not a collection of free tracks or an artist live set, but an unrequested fan mix, which surprised us even more as it comes from a country where Ad Noiseam's music doesn't seem to be the most natural choice for people to listen to, Brazil. And on top of that, it was apparently mixed entirely on vinyl.
Time to show us what you are made off: grab your samplers, synths and other instruments, as Ad Noiseam and Fixt invite you to remix the anthemic "First" track, taken from this artist's "In_Sect" album (adn129).
That's no less than 55 tracks, ranging from club-bangers from full live-sets, mostly from The Teknoist himself but featuring material from the likes of Duran Duran Duran, Sickboy, Macheen Boi, Schemeboy (lots of boys here), Septic Insurgent and others, which you can download for free on The Teknoist's Zombfree page.
From drum'n'bass to hardcore and his very own kind of dubstep, there's, of course, a lot to listen to and dance to in this set by this master producer and DJ. And remember, this was recorded live, without computer or safety net. You might also want to check out what this set very first track (the tracklisting is the first comment on this page) is, as it will give you an idea of things to come.