Taking place at this insanely good-sounding new club, this 2011 edition of the "Burn The Machine" festival will feature several Ad Noiseam artists: The Teknoist, Hecq, Mobthrow and Nicolas Chevreux will play and spin alongside Current Value, Sinister Souls, The Panacea, Dean Rodell, The Sect and many others. A full line-up is to be found here.
You can now buy tickets for this festival (15 Euros for two days with two rooms each, in other words, very cheap) straight from the Ad Noiseam online store here. See you there.
We have more or less no information regarding this video, but here's a very nice work by Anel Reyes, made to illustrate Mad EP's track "Menuet", off his latest album, "Bass.hed" (Ad Noiseam adn90). You can watch it here or below.
We couldn't have dreamed of so many birthday parties celebration. What startedback in the Spring with five label nights celebrating the 10th anniversary of Ad Noiseam has now turned into a series of no less than 14 events taking place in 14 different cities in 10 different countries.
We're happy to announce that two more 10 Years Ad Noiseam birthday parties will take place in Russia in December. The first will be in Yekaterinenburg on December 2nd, the other in Moscow on December 3rd. The line-up for both events will include Enduser, Broken Note, Matta and Nicolas Chevreux.
Rejoice, it's this time again. October is always a fruitful month for Ad Noiseam, and we're happy to announce new releases by Enduser, Detritus, Igorrr and Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker for the 2011 salvo. We had already mentionned the latter upon the release of the "Simetría" EP at the beginning of this week, but you can now pre-order all these albums in all of their formats.
Click on each release name for more information and audio. You can now pre-order all these releases on vinyl, CD and mp3 and, as usual, pre-orders are getting a rebate, meaning that you don't only get your music before everybody else, but also for cheaper.
After years of waiting and expectations, Enduser finally comes back with a new album. This towering artist of the drum'n'bass and breakcore scene comes up here with an extremely important and soulful album in which his hard breaks and beats share the stage with much gentler melodies and atmospheres. A highly emotional album whose palette ranges from melancholy to rage, it is a new awe-inspiring album by a musician which proves again that his talent is multidimensional, humane and essential. (Get this on double LP (with full CD inside) / on CD / as digital files)
With "Everyday Explanations", Detritus doesn't only come back from a short-lived retirement but also operates a strong shift toward more home-listening material. Profound enough to lose yourself in and focusing on atmospheres rather than on beats, this album is the one in which Detritus's obsessive care for the details is best put to use and results in the what is surely this artist's most surprising, personal and subtle release to date. (Get this on CD / as digital files)