Dance with the nation.
Friday, 03 July 2009 21:44
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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.
 
Beg for the Succubus.
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 22:20

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The time has come: Ad Noiseam is releasing two new discs next week, and pre-orders are now taken for:

Mothboy "Beg / Movement" (adn96): London's subwoofer wrecked is back with his first vinyl release since the "Exonian" EP and deliver two tracks of infectious dubstep-meets-bassline-meets-hip hop, who then get remixed by nobody less than Starkey and labelmates Lapsed & Nonnon. More info and mp3 here, and you can now pre-order the 12" or the digital version.

The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation "Succubus" (adn112): the members of The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble recorded a new session of their doom / drone side-project earlier this year while rehearsing for their live shows. Oneiric, lustful and twisted, this "Succubus" session is a more organic but not less dark follow-up to 2007's "Doomjazz Future Corpses!" and will help to wait till TKDE's forthcoming new album, "Here Be Dragons". More info and mp3 here, and you can now pre-order the CD or the digital version.

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.

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The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation - Succubus - adn112
Sunday, 21 June 2009 19:36
ImageSeductive 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)
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Mothboy - Beg / Movement - adn96
Sunday, 21 June 2009 19:24
ImageMothboy is back and brought his friends Starkey and Lapsed & Nonnon with him for this return to heavy bass lines and club-filling beats. With a clean but massive A side and a grime-oriented flip, Ad Noiseam's favouritee London heavyweight wrecks subwoofers once again and shows that he's at the top of his games and ready to fill dancefloors. (get this on 12" / as mp3)
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N5md and Spectraliquid releases now available digitally from Ad Noiseam.
Friday, 05 June 2009 16:45
N5md and Spectraliquid releases now available digitally from Ad Noiseam.
Now don't say that it's too hard to get their releases. N5md and Spectraliquid  have joined hands with Ad Noiseam and, starting today, you can not only buy these labels' CD in our mailorder catalog, but their digital downloads version as well.
We still carry (and still will) these labels's physical releases (as this is where our love and preferrence goes), but for all of you who'd rather have the "immaterial" versions, all of Spectraliquid releases (including all of their "Mutant Dubstep" series and Detritus 's A Wake A Week side-project) and 32 full lengths album from N5md (almost everything they have released in the recent years, including three albums by Gridlock's Mike Cadoo's Bitcrush project) can now be purchased immediately in digital version from Ad Noiseam. That's easy and remember, your money is then directly used to support these labels and their artists. So show your love for indie platforms and structures, there's definitely an alternative to pirated mp3s.
 
Get a glimpse: Ad Noiseam free compilation for Spring 2009
Monday, 18 May 2009 20:30
Ad Noiseam Spring 2009 free label compilation
Since the beginning of Ad Noiseam in 2001, every Ad Noiseam online store customer has received a CDR for free with her or his order, on which is burned a selection of tracks from current Ad Noiseam releases. Tons of these CDRs have been burned and sent out over the year, and have, hopefully, helped to spread the word about what Ad Noiseam is about.

We've decided to open these compilations  to all the visitors of the Ad Noiseam website: from now on, you can download a CD-length free mp3 compilation  containing a selection of tracks from current CDs and records on the label. We might throw some forthcoming material from times to times, and the current "Spring 2009" edition  features a video trailer prepared by Larvae for their "white label" DVD .

We hope that this compilation  will help everybody to discover some new artists and tracks, or present a broader image of Ad Noiseam to people who are familiar with only part of the roster. Again, all these tracks are taken from currently available releases. The full tracklisting is below.

This compilation can be downloaded in bandwidth-friendly resolution (but still ok quality) here . Note, however, that if you want to say a little thank you for this, you can purchase a much higer-resolution version here , for a very reduced price (5 Euro for E.U. residents, 4.20 Euro for everybody else). Part of this sum is given to Amnesty International (as we always do with digital releases ), and the rest is divided between the artists and the label. Therefore: you can check out  some new sound for free, but you can also support  the people who made them possible.

Happy listening, feel free to leave a comment  about this compilation and initiative.
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out now: Somatic Responses "Reformation" (adn110)
Friday, 15 May 2009 18:58

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The responses have been reformed. The new album by Somatic Responses, "Reformation" (Ad Noiseam adn110) is now out and available. This new full length album by the welsh duo is their return to Ad Noiseam, seven years after "Dying Language" (adn13), and a profound renewal of their sound.

Somatic Responses have decided to rethink their music: if their early productions were of the hardcore and techno kind, and while they later moved on to breakcore territories, Somatic Responses have now embraced more up-to-date and modern sounds, and tackled the current dubstep sound that has taken their native UK by storm. Massive, human, driven, fresh, and now released.

Lucky folks and early birds were able to score their copies at Ad Noiseam merch tables in the recent weeks, but it's now time to spread the good word: "Reformation" can be previewed here (and there), and is available on CD here and mp3 there directly from Ad Noiseam (and from plenty of other places). Therefore, follow Somatic Responses and reform instead of staying put.

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Ad Noiseam festival: thank you (let's do it again)
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 21:05
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Almost two weeks have passed, but some of us are still recovering. The Ad Noiseam festival which took place on May 1st at Maria in Berlin came and went. It was a huge preparation and even more fun to everybody.

Ad Noiseam would like to thank everybody who came to play, to attend, to help, and just about everybody involved in this event. We might will do it again, even though neither a date nor a line-up have been decided yet.

If you have taken any pictures or shot any video at this event, please point us to them, it would be nice to see everything from different perspectives. And remember, we have a forum if you want to post your impressions of the night.

Some videos and links to pictures are already here after the break.
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