Second batch of extras from Roel Funcken's "Vade" album.
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 23:18

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.

Then, the website dedicated to this release,, has reached a new phase, in which the careful visitor can get some extra information, images and audio from the CD. A "mobile" version is also available, for those of you who browse the web with their cell phones (which is fine with us, though listening to the album this way might not be the best way to "get real"). 

Roel Funcken's "Vade" will be released by Ad Noiseam on CD and digital on March 29th. Both versions can now be pre-ordered.
More guns, more bass, more Niveau Zero videos.
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 22:51
Same place, different party and line-up: we had already shown you a video of Niveau Zero live in Paris in February, but this new Ad Noiseam act packed the floor of the Glazart again last weekend, together with the likes of Headhunter, Ital Tek and Architect.

As required in the age of web 2.0, it was all videotaped, and we bring you here a new video of Niveau Zero torturing subwoofers in Paris for the great pleasure of its audience on the 13th of February 2010. 

Niveau Zero's debut CD album, "In_Sect" will be released on Ad Noiseam in the Spring of 2010.
Pre-orders now taken for the new Enduser & Roel Funcken releases.
Sunday, 14 March 2010 15:57

On the trail of this week's new record ("The Lost" by Matta, announced here), two more releases will pop up on Ad Noiseam at the end of March: a new EP by Enduser (coming both on vinyl and CD) and a first full length album by Funckarma's Roel Funcken. You remember we_ve talked about this already, don't you?

The news of the day is that you can now pre-order both of these releases, in all their formats. Staying true to the tradition, all the pre-orders are getting a rebate, meaning that, if you buy your record, CD or mp3 from Ad Noiseam before March 29th, you'll get them not only early, but cheaper.

He be links: you can read more about Enduser's "1/3" here, and pre-order it on record, CD or mp3. More information about Roel Funcken's "Vade" is there, and you can pre-order this album on CD here, on mp3 there. Some extras from this album can also be checked on Ad Noiseam's Soundcloud page, or on, and better looks at both covers are to be seen on Ad Noiseam's Flickr page.

Enduser's "1/3" (adn125) and Roel Funcken's "Vade" (adn122) will be released on Ad Noiseam on March 29th.
Matta's debut record: out and available.
Friday, 12 March 2010 00:20
Ad Noiseam is proud to announce the release of Matta's debut record, "The Lost". The records are now in stock and being dispatched, while the digital version has also appeared on our servers.

The first record by this promising british duo, "The Lost" packs three varied but equally intense and heavy dubstep tunes, which are receiving a lot of praise and airplay at the moment. Ad Noiseam is happy to welcome Matta to the fold and to be able to present this young project to its audience. We're convinced that these two producers (with whom you can read an interview here) are here to make a lasting impression, and are already looking forward their next productions. 

For the moment, though, let's focus on "The Lost". Some audio from this record is available below, the record can be ordered here, and the mp3 there.
A deeper look at Roel Funcken's "Vade" album.
Monday, 08 March 2010 22:20


While the release of his first album gets closer, Roel Funcken (who is, we'll repeat it a few times again, one half of Funckarma) has prepared quite a few things to help everybody dive deeper into this dense, complex and lush debut full length.

Besides the four tracks which you can listen to on the "Vade" page on this very site, a brand new site has been sent up over at, entirely dedicated to this album. Be sure to play with it and have a good look (and listen), as it contains many layers and additional information and sounds for those who are ready to hunt them.

Finally, Roel Funcken has prepared four medleys of tracks taken from the album, which we will be presenting on a weekly basis till the release of the album, and made of short mixes of tracks from the CD. The first one can be heard over here (or below).

Roel Funcken's "Vade" will be released by Ad Noiseam on CD on March 29th.

Interview and giveaway from Matta.
Friday, 05 March 2010 21:59

As we're getting closer to the release of their first record ("The Lost", adn126, to be released next week), Matta has taken time to sit down on the interviewee couch to answer some questions from The Drop Doctors.
Check out this interview to learn a bit more about Matta, how this duo came to being, read about some good (and less good) live experience, and see what they have coming up.
Matta have also prepared a little extra to celebrate the release of "The Lost", in the form of a free remix / mashup of sort of "When I Was A Yout" by Pablo Gad. The track can be listened to over here or just below these words. Yes, you've read and heard correctly: reggae mashups on Ad Noiseam. Hell hasn't quite frozen over, though, as Matta's remake clearly makes me with that these guys had been in charge of defining how reggae should sound.
Matta's record "The Lost" is coming out on Ad Noiseam on March 10th, and can be purchased here on vinyl, and there as a digital download.

Hear the Clash, see Hidden & TKDE.
Thursday, 04 March 2010 20:30

Interview with british author John Niven, shot for Arte at the Dense record store in Berlin.
Raoul Sinier's "Les Aveugles" graphic novel now in stock.
Tuesday, 02 March 2010 10:54
We had already mentionned it a few weeks ago, but it is now in our hands, and we felt that Raoul Sinier and Sylvie Frétet's "Les Aveugles" graphic novel deserved some additional love. This large format, heavy comic book illustrated by Ad Noiseam's favorite multimedia stakhanovist tells the story of a new virtual-reality video game (or something which is more than just this), the motivations of its creators and the adventures of its testers. Dark, disturbing and mesmerizing, it's something which will hopefully be met with all the praises and success it deserves.
You can read more about it and see some pages and trailers over here, and order your copy in the Ad Noiseam online store over there.
<< Start < Prev 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Next > End >>

Latest releases
  • Tapage - Eight - adn180
  • Underhill - Prologue - adn179
  • Monolog - Merge - adn178
  • Detritus - The Very Idea - adn177
  • Mobthrow - Unfolded - adn176
  • 2methyl - Orb - adn175
  • Hecq - Conversions - adn174
  • DJ Hidden - Enclosed - adn173
  • Monolog - 2 Dots Left - adn172
  • Ruby My Dear - Form - adn171
  • Free compilation
  • Ad Noiseam Summer 2011 label compilation
  • Live shows:

    The personal computer has carried out the blackout previously for about 2 hours.