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.
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 roelfuncken.com, 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).
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 storeover there.
Following a pause in 2010, Enduser comes back with a blast in the form of the colossal "1/3" EP, in which he manages to top his past releases and shows that he is at the very top of his game. Melodious and intricate, pounding but powerful, "1/3" contains all the elements that have made of Enduser such a particular and exciting act. (Get this on 12" / on CD / as mp3)
The début solo album by one of the two Funckarma brothers, “Vade” is a deep and intense re-interpretation of many current electronic genres by one of the most praised actors of this scene. Painstakingly detailed, deep and ever-morphing release, this full length album sees Roel Funcken expresses his takes at dubstep, IDM or club beats, free of any boundaries and preconceptions. A particularly rewarding and mesmerizing album which confirms once again the talent of relevance of this producer. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
It's been quite some time since his mix of breakcore and grindcore hasn't graced european soil: Drumcorps is back to Europe for a few live dates in the Spring. Besides his Barcelona, Hamburg, Nürnberg, and Brussels dates, make sure not to miss his participation to an Ad Noiseam night of sort at this year's edition of the very nice Asymmetry festival in Wroclaw, Poland.
The festival's opening night on the 29th of April is almost 100% Ad Noiseam, with Drumcorps sharing the stage with Bong-Ra and The Mt Fuji Doomjazz Corporation (as well as the non-Ad Noiseam but still well worth a listen Zu). More information here and on the festival's page. The whole thing goes on till the 2nd of May, and features long-haired favorites such as Justin Broadrick's Jesu, Years Of No Light, Shrinebuilders and more.