Ad Noiseam interview on Trebuchet Magazine.
Thursday, 14 April 2011 14:55
Let's keep it short: there's more to read here, at this Ad Noiseam interview over at the British magazine Trebuchet. Go clicky for more details about the past, present and future of the label.
 
Loop Stepwalker is a filthy mixmaster
Monday, 11 April 2011 17:20

Loop Stepwalker mix for Filth.fm

Loop Stepwalker recently got behind his mixing board again (remember his first time?), this time for a guest mix on the accurately named Filth.fm. This fourty minutes combination of heavy basses and gritty beats was broadcast yesterday, and is now available for all of you to listen to and enjoy.

This mix is here or below, together with its playlist. And don't forget to check  out what Loop Stepwalker does when he's not DJ-ing tracks, mainly his "Fraktals" EP co-written with Balkansky (adn142).

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Friday freebie: enjoy an unreleased track from Enduser
Friday, 08 April 2011 19:58

Enduser / Lynn Standafer / photo by Caroline Tabet

Friday Freebie, and what for one. This week, the free tune comes from no other than Enduser, who has decided that Christmas was coming very early this year, and has placed an old but unreleased tune on his Soundcloud page for everybody to listen, enjoy and download. Melodic, percussive, soulful and perfectly edited, it's a typical grand Enduser track as we love them.

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Out today: The Teknoist's "Trainwreck Magnetism" album
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 18:03

The Teknoist - Trainwreck Magnetism - Ad Noiseam adn145

Years have passed since the hurricane, but The Teknoist has never been as active as he is today. And when we write "today", we really mean it, as this day marks the official release of The Teknoist's second full length album, "Trainwreck Magnetism" (Ad Noiseam adn145). This album, which sees our favorite British madman pair up on some tracks with the likes of King Cannibal, Hecq & Exillon, Drumcorps, Mu-ziq, Septic Insurgent and others, is another solid and burning hot brick in the discography of this pivotal name of both the breakcore and hardcore scenes. And it is here: you can get the CD there or the digital version (on mp3 and FLAC) here.

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Igorrr interview and set for Solipsistic Nation
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 18:37

Igorrr, by Svarta Photography

After Enduser, Exillon, Mad EP or your humble servant, it's Igorrr's turn to sit down for an interview with the California-based, internet-streamed Solipsistic Nation show. Throughout this interview, we get a better view at the creative process, past and motives of this fast-rising French madman, and also get to listen to a recent live-show recorded in Stockholm in March.

You can read Solipsistic Nation's article about Igorrr and listen to this show there or below, and even download it right here.

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out today: Mobthrow's debut full length album
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 17:44

Mobthrow - Ad Noiseam adn141

Ater much waiting and perfectionning, it is here: the debut, untitled album by Mobthrow is now officially released. This full length CD (adn141) is the first release (of, we hope, many) by this greek artist on Ad Noiseam. Between atmospheric tracks and drum'n'bass, ethnic sounds and dubstep, it is a very varied one and something which we are very strong of putting out. You can get the CD here, and the digital files (mp3 or FLAC) there. Info and sound excerpts are here.

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Ad Noiseam is soon turning 10. Come and celebrate with us.
Friday, 25 March 2011 18:11

Ad Noiseam 10 years birthday parties.
Remember 2001? When the world was still recovering from a post-turn of the millenium hangover, and a couple of towers were still standing in New York? Something else happened that year: a small, limited compilation called "Krach Test" saw the light of the day as the first Ad Noiseam release ever.

In other words: Ad Noiseam is turning 10 this spring (not today, though, hold on your congratulations). A decade and almost 150 CDs and records later, there's been quite a lot done, and there's even more to celebrate. Therefore, here they come, the much rumored Ad Noiseam 10th birthday parties. We've packed huge line-up in a selection of clubs in several countries, and are inviting everybody to come and blow the candles with us.

These parties are happening in Berlin (DE) on May 6th, Luzern (CH) on May 14th, Utrecht (NL) on May 28th, Paris (FR) on June 1st and Beirut (LB) on July 9th. More might even be added a bit further down the road (after all, Ad Noiseam will be 10 all year).

Click on the dates above (or on the posters below) for more details, spread the word and most of all, come to attend and have fun with us. It's going to be something.

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Friday Freebie: promo-mix for Mobthrow's coming album.
Friday, 25 March 2011 08:58

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It's been a long time since we had stopped delivering "Friday Freebies". Sorry for that, and let's get back to presenting free tracks before the week-end. This time around, what will help you to survive the last work day of the week is a free promotional mix prepared by Mobthrow, presenting all the tracks from his very-soon-to-come untitled debut full-length album (adn141). Mobthrow mashed up all the tracks from this CD to a 10 minutes whole which should give you an impression of how varied, original and large this album is.

The mix is below or here. Enjoy, and don't forget that we're taking pre-orders for this album already (on CD / as digital), which will be released on March 29th.

 
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