Here is a piece of news for the ones of you with the longest hair and the blackest souls: not only is Igorrr putting the finish touches to the third album of his Whourkr metal project (expected this Spring on Ad Noiseam), but he's been joined in the recording of his fourth Igorrr album by none other than Teloch, better known to be the live guitar player of Mayhem as well as a member of Gorgoroth (pictured above, not right), Nidingr and 1349, among other black metal outfits. Igorrr and Teloch are working together on at least one track on this coming album, and there might be more. Also featured on this tune is a vacuum cleaner.
Though it stayed complex and tricky, Raoul Sinier's latest album, "Guilty Cloaks" (adn146) was also the one in which this Paris-based producer showed his love for poppier beats and more classical song structure. And while all the tracks on this album were his creations, people who have been followinghimonline might have noticed that he's currently having fun covering pop classics, mixing their influence and texts with his own particular sound. This was the case with an official Thom Yorke remix, later followed by some of original material by Metronomy, Blonde Redhead and others.
This time around, it's Siouxsie & The Banshees' 1981 classic "Sin In My Heart" who gets the Raoul Sinier cover treatment. You can listen to it here or below, and it is also included in this set of covers and remixes on Raoul Sinier's Soundcloud page.
Friday freebie: Loop Stepwalker (pictured above, right, next to Balkansky / Cooh) is feeling grateful for a year 2011 in which he not only had tworecords and a CD out on Ad Noiseam, but also several other net releases and a myiard of shows all across Europe (including the Maschinenfest festival, where the photo above was taken). And while a lot of us are recovering from NYE-induced hangovers, his way of thanking all his fans is to hammer the nail even deeper with a hard and pounding new drum'n'bass track.
This tune, called "Watch your back" can be listened to here or below. And, yes, you can also download it for free. Time to be grateful back to Mr Stepwalker.
We're happy to kick off the new year with very exciting news: Larvae's fourth full length album, the awaited follow-up to 2008's "Loss Leader" has been completed and will be released this Spring on Ad Noiseam.
Entitled "Exit Strategy", Matthew Jeanes's new album is yet another change for Larvae, who chose to go further the delicate and emotional road paved with the first half of "Loss Leader". No sampling, no guests, no dancefloor tune, but long subtle "instrumental songs" of careful electronics and guitars.
This present wasn't there in time for Christmas, but here's way to celebrate New Years Eve for the musicians among us. While putting the finishing touches to his long-awaited Ad Noiseam debut, TechDiff (a.k.a. the brain pictured above) has gathered a full folder of sounds, patches, Reaktor toys and images for everybody to enjoy, tweak and work upon.
Yes, 2011 is over, and it's time to now focus on the next year. As you might have read a few days ago, 2012 is going to start pretty nicely for Ad Noiseam, and even more now since the first two EPs of next year are ready to be read about, listened to and preordered.
Starting today, you can pre-order the following two records (and their digital versions). Both will be released on Ad Noiseam on the 23rd of January. As usual, people pre-ordering these items are getting a rebate. So not only will you get your record (or your files) faster, but also for cheaper.
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