Mobthrow's debut album now available for pre-orders.
Friday, 18 March 2011 20:49
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After some delays (sorry), the debut album by the new Ad Noiseam signing Mobthrow (announced here and there) is now available for pre-orders.

To be released in two weeks on CD and as digital files, this excellent, untitled full length album by this co-founder of the late Spectraliquid label, purveyords of massive beats and deep atmospheres, and sound wizard extraordinaire has finally arrived and is ready for delivery. You can read more about this album (and listen to some tracks) here, and secure your copy on CD there or as mp3 there. And remember: as usual, pre-orders get a rebate: you will not only get your copy before everybody else, but also cheaper.

You want some sound immediately, you say? Here it is.

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The day has come: Hecq and Exillon's "Spheres Of Fury" is here.
Friday, 18 March 2011 13:52

Hecq & Exillon - Spheres Of Fury
Well, who would have thought that this would still come out? Almost two years after it was written, and close to a million views of the video later, Hecq and Exillon's much talked about, much expected and even more delayed is finally here.

Yes, you can believe your eyes: this track has been pressed on nice, black vinyl (together with its remixes by The Teknoist, TechDiff and Duran Duran Duran), and is now available straight from Ad Noiseam, both on vinyl here and on digital there. It look a long time to get this out, so don't wait too long before getting your copy.

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Mobthrow - Mobthrow - adn141
Thursday, 17 March 2011 23:12

Mobthrow - Mobhtrow - adn141Though subtle and humane, Mobthrow's debut album is a larger-than-life experience, an elaborate and detailled ensemble of scalding beats and encompassing atmospheres, of massive basses and flowing voices. This artist offers us a very cohesive entity ranging from dancefloor-compatible drum'n'bass to introspective home-listening songs, the whole thing stuck together by his consistent work on rhythms and tones. We're here listening to an album in the truest sense of the word, a guided adventure through an adventurous and perfectly put together concept. (get this on CD / as digital file)

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Official video to Matta's "Release The Freq"
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 15:25

Matta "Release The Freq" video by Kim Holm.
Kim Holm, whose work we had already talked about here a couple of months ago when he had used Hecq's "Sura" in a showreel, has just finished and posted a new, official video to Matta's track "Release The Freq" (taken from the record of the same name and the "Prototype" CD). And what a video: original, crisp, poetic but subtle. It seems like I'm not the only one thinking this, as, accross all channels, it has reached more than 20 000 (yes, you read well) views in 20 hours. Congratulations to Matta and Kim Holm for this video.

Here's it is. Enjoy the birth of "buckstep":

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Announcing The Teknoist's second album.
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 22:43

The Teknoist in the studio
Since the rumor has made the rounds of the internets in the last couple of days, let's confirm this: yes, The Teknoist's second album is coming out on Ad Noiseam in the coming weeks. 2 and a half year after "...Like A Hurricane Made Of Zombies", the madman is back with a new full length called "Trainwreck Magnetism" (adn136). This new album, hard, energetic, pounding and detail as ever (or actually more than ever before) also features an impressive list of guests. Details will come soon, along with previews and pre-orders.

The short version: The Teknoist's "Trainwreck Magnetism" album will be out on Ad Noiseam in early April, more or less at the same time as Mobthrow's untitled d├ębut album, already announced here (and for which pre-orders will start this week).

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Two new free mixes from Matta.
Monday, 07 March 2011 12:51

Matta
So, have you had the time to listen to, enjoy and digest the full Enduser live-set that we posted over the week-end? We hope so, as there's more free audio coming today, in the form of not one, but two distinct mix sets by Matta (1, 2), posted today by two distinct crews.

On my left, a 25-track long podcast prepared by Matta for the french promotion team and zine BF2D, showcasing some of the bass and beats the dynamic duo will unleash live in Lyon on March 31st. This podcast is located here, and you can also get it from iTunes there.

On my right, a "mini-mix" (with 14 tracks, still), posted over at the Urban Nerds blog, with pictures and all, and celebrating the release on Skint of Matta's recent Turning Tricks" EP. This can all be listened to there.

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Full Enduser live set for everybody to listen to.
Saturday, 05 March 2011 13:47

Enduser on stage, photography by Laurence Tucker
Studio mixes have become a dime a dozen recently, but it's a lot rarer for an artist to to put a full, 100% live set online for people to listen to. Respect to Enduser, who did just that with a recording of the hour long concert he gave on January 28th in Budapest. People who attended this show will be reminded how strong it was, and the other will be able to enjoy a recording of what they missed.

Here's the full live set. Enjoy, and don't miss Enduser when he comes to your neck of the woods.

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Out today: Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker "Fraktals"
Monday, 21 February 2011 21:13

Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker "Fraktals" - Ad Noiseam adn142
On the heels of the extremely well received "From Memory" album by Semiomime (released a couple of weeks ago), Ad Noiseam is happy to announce its second release for 2011, the ferocious, heavy and pressed-onto-vinyl "Fraktals" by Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker (adn142). You can read more about this EP and listen to excerpts here, get the record there and its digital version there.

The renowned detailled and personal production of Balkansky (a.k.a. COOH) meet the rage and insolence of the young Loop Stepwalker, resulting in a powerful record which puts rawness back into dubstep. "Fraktals", the first collaborative release between these two artists, is an energy-packed and original record which will fit perfectly alongside Broken Note or Niveau Zero both on the dancefloor and on turntables. Dirty but subtle, hard but balanced: the first step of an exciting path.

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