Out now: Igorrr's "Hallelujah" album (adn165)
Friday, 21 December 2012 00:00

Out now: Igorrr's "Hallelujah" album (adn165)

Out now and available is the long-awaited fourth album by Igorrr's, the aptly-titled, apocalypse-released "Hallelujah" (adn165), which is now available on double LP (with the CD inside), digipack CD and digital files.

"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.

 
Friday Freebie: download Llamatron's remix of Niveau Zero's "First".
Thursday, 20 December 2012 18:09

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3_2entulkw

Friday Freebie: this week's giveaway is not a new track per se, as we had already mentionned this Llamatron remix of Niveau Zero's "First (feat. The Unik)" (taken from the "In_Sect" album, adn129) a few weeks ago, when it won a remix contest for this track. It was back then a streaming-only tune, though. Llamatron has now decided to allow people to download this remix.

You can listen and download this track there, or just listen to it right below. Enjoy.

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Friday Freebie: The Outside Agency rocks to the Qore.
Friday, 07 December 2012 19:32

Friday Freebie: The Outside Agency rocks to the Qore.

Friday Freebie: do you remember this gigantic four-hour podcast by The Outside Agency (pictured above) which we had posted several weeks ago? Here come more to listen to from the duo formed by DJ Hidden and Eye-D, this time with a live recording of their set at this year's Qore event (which actually took place right after DJ Hidden rocked Berlin's Burn The Machine festival).

This set doesn't last for four hour (but one, still) and was recorded completely live on stage. It also features some material from The Outside Agency's recent first "on purpose" album, the towering "The Dogs Are Listening" (adn162). You can listen to it here or below. And remember, The Outside Agency are performing in Berlin for the apocalypse on December 21st.

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New video to Hecq & Skyence's "Enceladus"
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 14:56

New video to Hecq & Skyence's "Enceladus"

Continuing on a series of science-fiction minded videos using Ad Noiseam soundtracks, Sweden's Andreas Wannerstedt has created a new short movie, this time to the tone of Hecq & Skyence's "Enceladus" (taken from the EP of the same name, Ad Noiseam adn149). As dystopian as his "Genesis" done video to Detritus's "Haunted (remix by Niveau Zero)" and high-tech as the "Soulbot" one to Matta's "Inquisition part III", this new video sees this director prove his talent again at design, animation and CGI.

You can watch this new "Consumed" video here (or there on Vimeo) or below.

 

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Free remix of Oyaarss by Dead Rows
Tuesday, 04 December 2012 14:32

Free remix of Oyaarss by Dead Rows

Oyaarss's second full length album, "Smaida Greizi Nakamiba" (adn163), released this October, has now made the round and gather quite a lot of praises, leading some people to send us remixes they have done of its track. Below is for example a remix of "Ibumetins sagurušai dveselei" ("Painkiller for a weary soul") by the young Belarussian act Dead Rows. This track was played on Latvia's DabSolis radioshow, hence the introduction at the beginning.

You can listen to "Ibumetīns sagurušai dvēselei (remixed by Dead Rows)" here or below. Enjoy, and don't forget to check out the album from which the original track is taken, Oyaarss's "Smaida Greizi Nakamiba" (adn163).

 
Pre-orders now taken for Igorrr's "Hallelujah" album.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 22:54

Pre-orders now taken for Igorrr's "Hallelujah" album.

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.

"Tout Petit Moineau"
"Vegetable Soup"
 
Friday Freebie: listen to a new mix by Gore Tech.
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 18:24
Friday Freebie: listen to a new mix by Gore Tech.

 

Friday Freebie: remember Gore Tech, who remixed Underhill's "Rivers Of Hades" for this year's Maschinenfest compilation, later to deliver a full length "Ad Noiseam mixtape" podcast? This young and very promising British musician is at it again: not only did he just have two records released by Peace Off / Ruff (available in the Ad Noiseam online store), but he also recorded a second mix, this time for Methlab.

You can listen to this half hour free mix here or below. Enjoy, and take note of the Gore Tech name.

 
Download and play with Techdiff's free "P.Conv" mash-up sequencer.
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 16:07

Download and play with Techdiff's free "P.Conv" mash-up sequencer.

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.

Click here to download Techdiff's "P.Conv mash-up tool". People who do not have Reaktor should first install the free player available here.

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