Bigger, louder, more broken and more live: below comes a new video of Igorrr performing as a live band (the first is here). Gautier Serre, the composer and mastermind behind this project, has recently decided to take Laure Le Prunenec and Laurnet Lunoir (who had participated to his albums, but so far only in the studio) to the road with him. The resulting shows are a considerably more communicative and visual experience than the (already impressive and highly regarded) Igorrr solo gigs.
The video below (also to be seen here and there) was shot on May 17th in Toulouse, France. This punishingly broken and dangerously exhilarating track played is "Moldy Eye", taken from Igorrr's "Nostril" album (adn132).
Turn up the volume, then rave and / or thrash away:
After three months of brainstorming, shooting and editing, a few teasers and a crowd-sourcing campaign which brought a lot of very welcome support, we are proud to present "Jitter Room", a short movie created by Lisa Chabbert and the Ciné2000 team, based on the track of the same name by Ruby My Dear, taken from his 2013 "Form" album (adn171).
Do not expect your usual, short, colorful and futuristic breakcore video this time around. The creators of this video took a resolutely different approach for "Jitter Room": shooting in the countryside, on fields and in forests, with a cast made entirely of children, and the whole thing shown in black & white, this eleven-minute long movie is a short film in itself, and not just a video. Showcasing the many emotions and sides of the original track, it follows a precise narrative and tells its story of excitement, violence, despair and humanity.
You can watch "Jitter Room" here and below. Thanks again to everybody who helped fund this film. Those of you who have entered the crowd-funding campaign will receive their goodies quite soon.
Friday Freebie: we have already posted a few tracks from Tapage's coming "Eight" album (adn180) on this album's information page, but we also know that people like their music streamable on "social" websites. Therefore, below is Tapage's "One Of Eight", the accurately titled opener from this album, just a click away on Soundcloud.
A few weeks later on July 7th will Ad Noiseam release's Hecq's new album, "Conversions" (adn174). The fruit of a very long writing process and a project which Hecq had been wanting to bring for completion for years, "Conversions" is this artist's homage to his peers, influences and friends. From Bersarin Quartet to Lusine ICL, from Svarte Greiner to The Outside Agency, Ben Lukas Boysen chose for this album eleven tracks which mean a lot to him, and delivers here his own versions and remixes. A highly personal and uncommonly varied album which Hecq has been creating with care and carrying close to his heart. Audio preview and pre-orders for Hecq's "Conversions" will come in a couple of weeks.
Stay tuned for more information about these releases soon, as well as about another coming album, this time by Monolog.
Tapage presents with "Eight“ the second part of his conceptual series in which he submits his art to a set of rules related to time and tempo. A lot more than an clinical exercise, this album is also the one in which Tapage unfolds his musical expertise to include acoustic strings, field recordings and prominent vocals. Mesmerizing, subtle, multi-layered and warm, „Eight“ is an essential work by and for an artist who demonstrates here again his ability to evolve and the scope of his talent. (Get this on CD / as a poster print with download code / as digital files)
The fruit of a very long writing process and a project which Hecq had been wanting to bring for completion for years, "Conversions" is this artist's homage to his peers, influences and friends. From Bersarin Quartet to Lusine ICL, from Svarte Greiner to The Outside Agency, Ben Lukas Boysen chose for this album eleven tracks which mean a lot to him, and delivers here his own versions and remixes. A highly personal and uncommonly varied album which Hecq has been creating with care and carrying close to his heart. Get this on CD / as a poster print with download code / as digital files.
Oyaarss has uploaded part of a concert he played last week-end in his native Latvia has been put online, mentionning that it might give an indication as to how his upcoming, third album might sound like.
This 18-minute long recording might be on Youtube, but don't be misguided: there is nothing to watch here, but only to listen. It is also an un-mixed, un-mastered, live recording, but should still provide a broad idea as to the direction the follow-up to "Smaida Greizi Nakamiba" and "Bads" might go.