This week's friday freebie is not taken from an Ad Noiseam releases, but is a lot bigger than just one track: you can now listen for free to all the live sets played during the "Ad Noiseam meets Killekill" party in Berlin on June 30th. This means full-length sets by Karsten Pflum, Matta and Hecq, as well as DJ sets by Weedbeat and your humble servant, directly streamble from Play.fm.
Do you remember the Enduser remix contest we announced a couple of months ago? More than 75 remixes were delivered, and the whole thing is entering its final stage. Now that Enduser, Fixt (who are hosting the whole thing) and your humble servant have made a selection of our favorite 20, it's your turn to vote and see who gets the crown of best "2/3" remixer. Voting is taking place there.
Remember a few weeks ago, when this site hosted an interview with Panacea to celebrate his podcast for Barcode Recordings? Here we are at it again, this time with Miike Hayward, a.k.a. The Teknoist, sitting down at the interviewee table with us and answering some questions about his music, past, present and future.
Not only a seminal figure of the British breakcore and hardcore scene, The Teknoist has been part of the Ad Noiseam family since the release in 2008 of his "Pillaged and Plundered" split record with Eustachian, followed a few months later by his first (and so far only) full length album, "...Like A Hurricane Made Of Zombies". We're therefore very happy that he was asked by Barcode to record one of their free "Filthcast" mix, which you can download and enjoy right here. And let's see what The Teknoist has to say about this:
With Bong-Ra's "Monster" and Karsten Pflum's "Nemo Loon" now out and available, it's time to lend an ear to what Ad Noiseam has planned next. We'll be taking a little pause this summer, but will be back in September and October with several releases, including "Nostril", the new album by Paris-based Igorrr (about whom we had already written a bit here).
The "Friday Freebie" of the week is therefore a full track taken from this album (which you might have heard somewhere else already). It's melodic, fast, broken, crazy, insane, unexpected and sharp, a lot of adjectives which fit Igorrr's music in general and "Nostril" in particular. And no, we're just like you, we have never heard something like this before. The track can be streamed for free here or below. And remember, you'll have to wait till October for "Nostril" to be released (on Ad Noiseam, of course, with the catalog number adn132)
Fresh out of the press to brave the Summer's heat, the two latest Ad Noiseam releases (and last one till the end of the season) are now out and available.
First comes Karsten Plfum's first EP for Ad Noiseam, the "Nemo Loon" 12" (adn130), in which this veteran producer of playful IDM and complex electronica turns his head towards dubstep and comes up with a very dynamic, heavy and futuristic record which goes way beyond the boundaries of the genre. "Nemo Loon" is available here on vinyl, there as mp3.
Also out today is the long-awaited new material by no less than Bong-Ra with his new "Monster" (adn130). This EP, available on vinyl, on CD and as mp3 presents the new face of this towering figure of hard electronics: sharper, harder, more diverse, deeper and more exemplary than ever before.
Exillon was recently commissioned by the iPhone application company Dopplerpad to write some track their music software (which, as far as I can tell as a non-iPhone owner, allows one to create a track on your phone), alongside Starkey, Eskmo and Jneiro Jarel.
The resulting four tracks are now available for download on the Dopplerpad "Outer Spaces" website. Check them out, enjoy, and let's see if you'll start writing music on your phone while commuting.
This video, directed and cut by the regular Ad Noiseam collaborator ID:Mora, shows a very dystopian and fast evolving scenery, whose mixture of harshness and beauty reflects well Matta's music. On the technical side, this fast and ever changing video was done entirely with still image, no actual video-footage being used at all. It might seem nothing when you read it, but watch the video below and you'll realize how much work this meant.