After Subheim on Monday, it is now Balkansky's turn to try his hands and knobs at the current remix contest organized by Lamb. And just like Subheim's tracks, Ivan Shopov's reversion of "Butterfly Effect" is quite something. It's already hard for us to tell which one is our favorite of the two, and we hope that one of these two tracks will be the one picked by Lamb to be featured on their coming EP. Let's knock on wood.
Anyway, you don't have any choice to make, as you can listen to this Balkansky remix here or below (while the Subheim one is here). Enjoy.
You can listen to Subheim's entry here or below. We have no idea whether this will win or not (but surely hope so), but, in any case, this is quite a splendid track that Subheim came up with with Lamb's material, and is worth many listens.
All of you who read this website (or follow Ad Noiseam on varioussocialwebsites) should now have heard about Underhill, whose first album, "Silent Siren", will be rleeased in a few weeks. But even though you might have heard a little bit from them or seen a short teaser of their coming video, we guess that many people do not really know who, what (and why) is Underhill. Three drum'n'bass musicians, an MC and a female singer from the metal scene is a pretty rare combination. We sat down with Martina Astner, Ivan Shopov and Dean Rodell to get some more information about Underhill:
Can you present shortly the five members of Underhill? Dean: UnderHill is Ivan Shopov (Balkansky, Cooh, Drumkid), Tim Eliot (Current Value, Machine Code), Marvin Hay (MC Coppa), Martina Astner (Therion, Dreams Of Sanity) & myself Dean Rodell (also of Machine Code). To shortly break down each and one of us is pretty hard as the output from all individually is pretty intensive to say the least... I suppose loosely we are all connected through the d'n'b scene one way or another.
Here's an excerpt already, with the track "Parejošs kaut kas" (here are the Youtube / Soundcloud links, so you can repost it around)
Bleak, fiercely heavy, distorted and yet so close to the soul: Oyaarss's debut album is an impressive work of pulsions, subtlety and coldness. Tapping from electronic experimentations as much as from metal atmospheres, "Bads" builds massive tracks of noisy percussions towering on the most desolate icy soundscapes. Something to close you eyes to or to head-bang along, a highly gifted album of gritty strings, antagonistic beats and detailed builds-up; a colossal, self-imposing work of extremely rare power and depth.
Celebrating the release of his "Fes Bace" 12" (now available in our online store), a follow-up of sort to the "Vade" album (adn122), Roel Funcken has prepared a new mix for the nice people of Headphone Commute. Entitled "Waistband Fall mix 2012", it features a lot of this musician's material, new and / or unreleased, as well as tracks from the likes of Reso, Kuedo or Phoenecia.
You can stream the mix below, download it here, or read about it there.
First, Enduser is selling a big archives of drum loops and effects, directly through Paypal. It's a big, organized package, and costs US$12, which is quite cheap considering what you're getting. Click this link here to buy it through Paypal.
Then, Ableton ran last week a short article about Hecq, including some notes about his soundtrack works, for example for the credits of the OFFF 2011 festival. Coming with it is a free live pack, which you can use in Ableton Live 8.1.5 or higher. Go clicky here to read this article and get this pack for free.
You've seen a short teaser, then a timelapse of the shooting, and here come three screenshots of the coming video to the song "Hiding The Light" by Underhill, off their forthcoming "Silent Siren" album (adn146, coming out mid-March). One is right here on top of this post, two are below, and while we won't reveal anything about the story of this video, it will be released online in time for the album.
Friday Freebie on a Tuesday (just because): Matta have assembled a llittle package containing seven tracks they have been giving away for free recently via various social networks. Click here to download it and enjoy these two new tracks and five remfixes of originals from Björk, Pablo Gad, Suzanne Vega and others.