How is this for an extremely improbable meeting: Oyaarss, known for his desolate, poetic and highly oppressive soundscapes and beats was recently asked to remix a track by Japan's "trancecore" master of the absurd and fun, DJ Technorch for the latter new remix CD, soon to be released by our good friends of Murder Channel (alongside remixes by Gore Tech and Sinister Souls).
The result of this presumably impossible colliding of sound is an extremely heavy, raw and still somewhat catchy hardcore piece, which demonstrates that there is more to Oyaarss than many would have thought possible. We're not too much into Youtube "video" posts over here, but while we wait for this remix CD to be in stock in the Ad Noiseam online store (in the coming weeks, probably), here's a preview of this excellent remix.
This time, the video artist is called Armin Oussar (click on his name to watch more of his work), with a video going through several of his works for video and films. The music itself is Subheim's track "Howl", taken from Subheim's first album, "Approach".
We have relatively little information about this video, but here comes an interesting project: Jonathan Rados's "Nothing is better" short, three-part film uses music from Broken Note, Subheim, Hecq and Clark to dress a rather personal, dark and slightly unsettling atmosphere.
You can watch the video here or below. We've also copied its description below, to help understand what this film is about.
There's a lot of free music coming from Niveau Zero at the moment, such as his recent "Target" mix posted here last week. Here comes a new remix from this bass-smith in the form of his own version of "My Time To Shine", a track co-written by Dr Oktopus (known for being half of Dälek and having appeared on Niveau Zero's recent "Jasmine" album) and MC Oddateee, one of the pillar of Oktopus's Deadverse crew.
This remix is being released on a compilation entitled "Ya Bass" from the Monstruo Ink label, but here it is already for us all to listen to and enjoy:
In order to present and promote this stylistically very wide party to their audience (or to us all), the Korsett team has prepared no less than three mixes which we can all listen to: a dubstep / crossbreed one (quite heavy on Ad Noiseam tracks, which is a sign of good taste), a trap / footwork one, and a more glitch one. You can stream and enjoy them all right below.
More information about this party can be found hereandthere. We strongly recommend everybody in the area to attend this event and support this party series.
Friday Freebie: a couple of months have passed since the release of Niveau Zero's massive second album, "Jasmine" (Ad Noiseam adn161), but Niveau Zero isn't resting. Besides his relentless series of live shows, he has recorded a new set for the Bring The Noise / LA Night radioshow, which is now available for all of us.
Featuring 29 tracks in 60 minutes, this "Target" mix has a lot of Niveau Zero tracks in its cross-hair, together with material from like-minded people such as Matta, Von D, Dubsidia or SPL. You can listen to it (or download it) here or below. Enjoy.
"Hallelujah" is not only the follow-up to "Nostril", but also a definite step forward for Igorrr. An album which was for years in the making, it is the translation into tracks of very old ideas and the combination not only of styles, but also of many guest musician's talent. Together with several new singers and musicians, Igorrr has perfected here the concepts he had touched in his previous albums, improving his production and mixing breakcore, baroque classical music and metal in an even faster, more coherent and crazier way. Both from Igorrr solo and from his high-profile guests "Hallelujah" is the lorrrd's concentrate, the exhilarating, mad result of a perfectionist's tireless work.
However, note that since we're more than busy right now with our very own Apocalyptic celebration (which doubles as a release party for this album) and will then go straight to a week of Christmas off-time, orders for the record and the CD will not be processed before December 29th, and not shipped before the 2nd of January. Sorry for this delay; we all have to recharge the batteries, and the many bank holidays in this period do not help to ship orders fast. Note, however, that all pre-orders have been shipped. If you pre-ordered this album and have paid for it, it is on its way, and might even have reached you now. If you bought the digital version, a link is now available for you in your account in the Ad Noiseam online store.