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.
Ever wanted to get some of the great-looking and inspiring Belio magazines (or their "Die Young" book series) but couldn't afford them? We're having a big sales on all of these items at the Ad Noiseam online store, with the prices of all these design books and magazines seriously reduced (and yes, this includes the "art of breakcore" Pencilbreak book as well). Check them all up here and beware, this sale won't last forever.
It should be established by now that Matta are able to spit out excellent and tasty mixes faster than their shadows. After delivering onetwothree other mixes in the recent months, the dynamic duo is at it again, this time with a full, 25-track live set recorded for the friendly Solipsistic Nation website and radio show.
This new heavy, addictive set can be listened to here or below. The playlist is after the break.
On the heels of the release of his "Fraktals" EP with Loop Stepwalker (adn142), Balkansky prepared a long mix featuring a lot of new tracks and remixes, some of which will see the light of the day on Ad Noiseam in the second half of 2011. And if that wasn't enough, Ivan Shopov (a.ka. Balkansky and Cooh, for those of you who haven't been listening) went with a second course in the form of a mix under his new, techno moniker, Drum Kid
The whole thing can be listened to below or here, and the tracklist to the Balkansky set is to be found after the break.
This week's edition of our irregular "Friday Freebie" series is again coming out from the generous Matta, who were just invited by the London based blog Make It Good for an interesting interview and a new mix session (remember theseones, right)?
This mix, which features a lot of new tracks, can be listened to below or right here, and we'd definitely recommend you to click on this link and check what Matta have to say about their debut, their shows, and their future.