"they draw from the Sino-Rastafarian sound and heavy bass, combined with more of the kind of dark and aggressive beats": that's a direct quote from Amon Tobin's plug for Broken Note. Tobin's website is hosting an exclusive mix by these Ad Noiseam favorites. That's quite the nod from this very well known producer, and another excellent set by Broken Note. Head over to Amon Tobin's site to read what he thinks of Broken Note and listen to this set.
Just because we can: we've succombed to the sleeveface trend with the particularely fitting cover for Enduser's new "1/3" EP. And look below: there's more. For all of you who want Enduser to tell you about attack ships on fire, check out his ongoing tour dates.
Enduser's "1/3" is out now and available on vinyl, CD and mp3.
As part of the promotion for his latest album, Mothboy has recorded a set for Diversity's Musicbox show. Featuring tracks from "Bunny" as well as from the rest of his discography and a new unreleased tracks, mixed together with material from the likes of Flying Lotus, Kontext or Autechre, this mix was recently aired and can now be streamed here (or below)
Mothboy's third album, "Bunny", is out now on Ad Noiseam and available on CD or digital download.
Friday Freebie: Roel Funcken's debut solo album, "Vade" was released a month ago (and is available on CD or as mp3), and we thought that it would be a good timing to present the fourth medley he prepared out of tracks from this CD.
You can listen to this track here (or below), and check out the first three that Roel Funcken had prepared to give a taste of what "Vade" is about. Asking for more? There are several full length previews to be heard on the "Vade" info page, or you could always check this recent live set by Funckarma.
And finally, don't forget the special interactive site dedicated to this album, over at www.roelfuncken.com.
This contest enables anybody to download the soundfiles for this tune, remix it, and submit their own remix, all for free. In two months, Enduser, Ad Noiseam and the Fixt community will vote for the best remixes, the best three receiving prizes from Korg, Fab Filter and Prime Loops.
So get behind your samplers, synths and work machines and enroll in this remix. It's not every day that you get to show what you are made of by remixing Enduser. Here's the official remix contest page, and there are more details about Enduser's "1/3".
On the trail of the recent Enduser, Roel Funcken and Mothboy releases, Ad Noiseam is keeping busy and getting ready to present two very hot and bassy releases in the coming weeks. Both are now in the queue, and pre-orders are now taken for both releases. Remember, as usual, customers who buy their records, CD or mp3 in advance get a rebate, meaning that they not only get their music earlier, but also cheaper.
The first of these two releases is Niveau Zero's full-length album, "In_Sect", in which this frontrunner of the french dubstep scene demonstrates how you can conjugate this genre differently, outside of the regular paths. Mixing his massive basses with breaks, metal and hip-hop, Niveau Zero comes up with an energetic and relentless fusion of genres, assisted in the process by such people as Ben Sharpa, Broken Note and Hecq. More information and audio here. Pre-orders are now taken for the CD and the digital version of this album.
Speaking of Hecq, the second release available for pre-order is the long-awaited return to vinyl by Berlin-based wizkid, who finally present with "Sura" the infectious and huge tracks he's been showcasing live in the recent years. Sharp, masterfully produced and deadly efficient, "Sura" also features a remix by Ad Noiseam's young talent Matta. More information and audio here. Pre-orders are for the record here, for the mp3 there.
With his third full length album ("Bunny", pictured above) just out in the open, Mothboy is spending some time digging tracks from his archives. May it be old unreleased tracks or new edits such as this one, there are quite a few things that Mothboy wrote in the past years and that never saw the light of the day.
Here's a new one of these hidden pearls: the music written to accompany the credits of the short-movie "Help Wanted" (about which we do not have more information that what's written here). We haven't seen this movie, but this sountrack of sort sounds quite sinister, laid back and slightly jazzy, in the vein of Mothboy's calmest moments on "The Fears" and "Deviance".
It's not the first time that Mothboy's music is used in the movie, as mentionned here (this film has been yanked off Youtube, though), but it's the first time that this "Theme to Help Wanted" is available. Here's the track. Click "play", sit back and enjoy: