We're just going to leave this image here right now, busy as we are packing records for everybody who have ordered their copies already. We'll assume you know what we mean by this (and that), and will come back soon with more text to accompany our beats.
Recycling all the digial trash littering his inbox, AZ-Rotator has decided to turn spam into music and make fun of all these crazy emails everybody gets bombarded with.
Therefore, and without asking you to send any money to Nigerian widows or russian brides, AZ-Rotator, in a warm, sweaty and all-night collaboration with Discontinu records, is presenting you the free "Spam EP", which will not only make your d1ck longer, your T itts bigger, but also bring you the secrets of natural viagggr4 and herbal female ejejejaculations. The whole 11 tracks of this EP can be downloaded for free here, and don't forget to double click on the attached file, of course.
The doomsday release clock is nearing midnight for Roel Funcken's "Vade" album, which will be officially out in a few days. And while there are still a couple of days left to pre-order this CD (or its digital pendant) and benefit from a reduced price, we've posted a third medley of tracks from this album.
Well, it won't be exactly for Easter, but almost: Mothboy's third album, called "Bunny" (adn123), is coming out soon in April on Ad Noiseam.
While not completely official, the information had been posted as a rumor here and there: "Bunny" will be the final album by this project, as Simon Smerdon will close the Mothboy chapter after this third full length album. Coming out six years after his debut ("The Fears") and four after "Deviance"), this new album encompasses everything Mothboy was, and still is about: a rich and lush diversity coming from somebody who genuinely loves and knows music. From breaks to jazz, from hip hop to glitches, this bunny and his guests have many sharp teeth.
Third and final studio album by Mothboy. With "Bunny", one of the most varied and innovative act on Ad Noiseam brings a chapter to an end with an album that condensates everything Mothboy has been known for: a very rich sound, heavy basses, infectious rhythms, well chosen and even better used vocals, and of course a moving, lush jazz touch. Cute, sweet, but dangerous and bloody, here's a an album well illustrated by its cover artwork, and which both crowns and expands Mothboy's essential and personal sound. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
Spring has arrived (at least in Berlin), so it might also be time to sport some hoodies, and we have received a new batch of Ad Noiseam hoodies, ready to bring you some warmth and protection from the rain.
Finally, look at the image above: there's another t-shirt coming soon. Very soon. Soon as in "nexst week". But can you guess what exactly is?
First comes "Dr Doom" by Niveau Zero (also available on vinyl), which is the latest EP by this Paris-based artist, and should help you to get acquainted with his infectious combination of dubstep and, well, everything else, before his "In_Sect" album arrives on Ad Noiseam, in a few weeks. This EP is now available here as mp3.
Then come the first and third volume of Funckarma's "Dubstoned" series (I guess we won't have to remind you that the second one was released on Ad Noiseam and is here to grab on vinyl or digital), which are now both available as mp3 directly from this site (here's the first, there's the third). The vinyl version of the first 12" is sadly sold out, and we're waiting for the third one to arrive.
Finally, Bong-Ra's long time collaborator and MC Deformer has a new EP out in a month on Mindtrick (also containing a Bong-Ra remix), but we're already able to present its digital version.
Another week has passed, bringing us that much closer to the release date of Roel Funcken's "Vade" album (adn122). This also means more extras enabling a better and deeper look at this rich album by one of the two Funckarma brothers.
First, Roel Funcken has prepared a new medley made of various tracks from this CD, which you can listen to here or below these lines. And in case you were wondering, the first one is still there.