Ad Noiseam will be releasing two very hot records next Tuesday (Aug 25th), which are now available for pre-order. And mind you, not only does Alf approve of pre-ordering them, but you'll also be saving money. All pre-orders get a little rebate, meaning that you will get your music earlier and for a bit less.
Broken Note return with a second record for Ad Noiseam. A follow-up to 2008's “Crux / Zealot” and an appetizer of sorts to their upcoming full length CD (to be released on Ad Noiseam in the Autumn of 2009), this 12” packs two new tracks by this fast-rising remarkable (and remarked) British duo. (Get this on 12" / as mp3)
The second volume of two, this record is the vinyl pendant to Sickboy's "Time to Play" CD, released by Ad Noiseam at the end of 2008. It features five tracks from the CD version and the vinyl exclusive "Gegen Haters". (Get this on 12" / as mp3)
The concept is still the same: this compilation features 15 tracks taken from past and future releases (and a video). It is given on CDR to each and every purchase from the online store. You can now also download this compilation for free in a bandwidth-friendly resolution. And if you like what you hear and want to support the label and the artists, you can purchase a "supporters" edition , encoded at maximum quality and available for really cheap.
Update August 16th: we're back to Berlin. All orders have been processed and answered (if you purchased something while we were away, your order will be shipped on Monday 17th). All other emails will be answered as soon as possible.
The time has come to breathe some fresh air: the Ad Noiseam office will be closed between right now and Saturday, August 15th.
All orders and emails received in the meantime will be processed and answered on the 15th (off means "no internet", really) The items purchased through the online store will be reserved, but can be shipped only on the 15th (provided that your payment has been received).
However, note that you can still use the store to purchase digital releases if you pay with Paypal (the whole thing is automated).
Sorry for this little inconvenience, and see you all next week.
The Solipistic Nation website features this week a new podcast about Exillon, which features an interview with Jay Fields as well as live recording of his set played in early 2008 at the well known London Bangface club. You can get this all directly here and are of course advised to check out the whole Solipsistic Nation site.
And as usual, note that pre-orders are getting rebate, meaning that whatever format you choose, you'll pay less if you get these items this week rather than wait till next Monday, when they will be officially released.
Seductive but perilous, he Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble's new session under the Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation name is a new combination of drones and jazz. Creating sensual, murky and dark atmospheres, “Succubus” the evolution of this band, with stronger horns and a focus on hypnotic, soundtrack-like material. A deep, dark and yet seductive trip again for the corporation. (Get this on CD / as mp3)