Ever since Ad Noiseam started directly selling mp3 of the label's releases on this site, we've been donating a fix sum on each digital sale to Amnesty. As we congratulate Amnesty International on its 50th birthday, today is also a good occasion to be transparent about these donations. A breakdown of this all is to be found below.
Thank you for all of you who took part of this program . And don't worry, we're not stopping it.
This podcast, which was put online a few days ago, showcases all the artists which are playing tonight in Utrecht, and a bit more. It can be listened to and downloaded here, or streamed right below. The playlist is below the fold.
Most free mixes that we post here come from the dubsep side of the Ad Noiseam roster, which makes the latest podcast on BF2D even more special. Following this site's latest episode with Matta, it's now Igorrr who has recorded a short live-set for everybody to enjoy.
We interupt or understandably rather Ad Noiseam-centric program to inform everybody about two new releases on Tigerbeat 6. And still, this is all very Ad Noiseam-related, as two Ad Noiseam artists have just released material on Kid 606's cat-loving label: Cardopusher, last heard on "Unity Means Power" (adn109) is back with a new (and excellent) CD album called "Your Fifteen Minutes Are Up" on the aforementionned Tigerbeat6. This seems to be out now, and we'll hopefully have this CD for sale in the Ad Noiseam online store. And even fresher: today is the release date of our own Raoul Sinier's new EP, the exclusively "Melting Man EP", also on Tigerbeat6. This EP, which is a teaser of sort to Raoul Sinier's forthcomig album ("Guilty Cloaks", adn146, to come out on Ad Noiseam this Summer) is, we believe, available now on all the platforms that usually sell T6 stuff. The video teaser to this EP is below the break.
Friday Freebie, friday filthy mucky: the new episode of the filthdirtcast mix series, prepared by none other than DJ Hidden and Eye-D (Mr Hidden's partner in crime in The Outside Agency) is now available online for everybody to listen and enjoy. Full of pristine drum'n'bass and filthy soiled dubstep, this mix is primarily a teaser for sort for the duo's forthcoming "Peer To Peer Pressure" (kudos for this name) album to be released in a near future on Prspct, and available shortly thereafter through the Ad Noiseam online store. But judging fromthevarious DJ Hidden releases on Ad Noiseam, it still should be particularly relevant to all filth refuse lovers reading these lines. Finally, note that this album will be debuted live at the 10 Years Ad Noiseam event in Utrecht (Holland) on May 28th (i.e. in a week). If you're around, make sure not to miss it. DJ Hidden and Eye-D's mix for filthwastecast (episode 33) is available here or below. Playlist after the break.