Second trailer for Raoul Sinier's new album.
Friday, 02 October 2009 20:31
The first one had been posted a few weeks ago, and here comes a second trailer for Raoul Sinier's new album, "Tremens Industry". 1min 42s of multimedia trick and treat showcasing both the audio side of the album (its full length CD) as well as the visual one (its 100+ minutes DVD).

"Tremens Industry" will be released on Ad Noiseam on October 15th and can be pre-ordered here (CD+DVD version / digital one).

And now for the trailer:
Pre-orders now taken for 6 coming albums.
Friday, 25 September 2009 13:01
Ad Noiseam is hitting very hard in October, with nothing less than six full lengths album coming out at the same time. And mind you, there are all coming from well known pillars of the label: from the long awaited new albums by The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble and the luxury CD and DVD by Raoul Sinier to the exciting full ones by DJ Hidden and Broken Note, through strong new albums by Ad Noiseam veterans Detritus and Wilt.

Pre-orders are now taken for all of these albums, in their CD, vinyl and digital versions. And as usual, all pre-orders are getting a rebate, meaning that people seizing their chances now will not only get their fresh music delivery before everybody else, but alos a bit cheaper. Click on the band names above for more information, or check below for more details and extras.
Slow trip from Moscow to the Kilimanjaro.
Monday, 07 September 2009 19:14
More TKDE news for today: the Russian director Andrey Stvolinsky  has posted a beautiful video showing Moscow in crisp slow-motion, the whole thing enriched with a track from The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble's first album. The whole thing fits very well together, shows this city under a very uncommon light and, mind you, is here below for everybody to see:

Mutate some more.
Monday, 07 September 2009 17:45
The CD version of The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble's "Mutations EP" (adn105) has been repressed and is available  again (as well as its vinyl  and digital  pendants). Those of you who haven't yet got their copies of TKDE's early 2009 releases should hurry up and enjoy this appetizer to the upcoming "Here Be Dragons" album .
Trailer and pre-orders for Raoul Sinier's new album
Sunday, 06 September 2009 16:11

Raoul Sinier's fourth album, "Tremens Industry" (adn115)  will be released on Ad Noiseam in a splendid CD & DVD package on October 15th. In preparation for this event, not only can you get more info and mp3, or pre-order this album (on CD & DVD  or in its digital version ), but here comes the first video trailer, displaying snippets from both the audio and visual part of this album.

Enjoy the trailer , check the rest of Raoul Sinier's online portfolio , and don't forget that pre-orders  get a rebate (so you get your album earlier and cheaper than the rest).

Ad Noiseam videos on very, very big screens.
Friday, 04 September 2009 19:56

Two videos created by the Spanish artist ID:Mora for tracks released on Ad Noiseam will be shown on top-of-the-crop screen / video installations pretty soon:

-the one for Bong-Ra's "Jo Bench" (taken from "Grindkrusher") will be shown as part of the El Mes Más Corto festival in Spain, starting from the 1st to the 23rd of October at the Balacio de Isla in Cáceres, and then going to five other Spanish cities and ending in Lisbon, Portugal.

-the one for Chevron's "Nigel Mansell" (taken from "Tuff Shite") will be projected onto the Civic Hall in Leeds, UK, using some kind of humonguous projection system from Lumen.

The videos are below. If you're in Spain, Lisbon or around Leeds, go check them on something much bigger than your computer screen, it will be worth it.

Twelve to Zero: Some say size doesn't matter.
Wednesday, 02 September 2009 23:17


Well, we don't know (yet) about that above.
Anyway, while Ad Noiseam has been spurting out good old warm vinyl goodness over and over again (and has no intent on stopping), the label hasn't been shy of offering music on mp3. After all, your Technics has to cool down a bit some time.
The news of the day is that part of the Ad Noiseam catalog is now available through the young and friendly Zero Inch platform, and that the rest will come little by little in a near future. Give it a shot if mp3 are your thing. Besides Zero Inch you can also find Ad Noiseam material in digital format from such platforms as Digital Tunes, Juno, Beatport, some fruity behemoth and plenty of other places.
And of course, you can also get your mp3s from Ad Noiseam directly. And when your turntable get back in gear, we have the wax as well.

Dubstep and sauerkraut.
Tuesday, 01 September 2009 11:44
An industrial label. A noise label. A breakcore label. And now a dubstep label. Ad Noiseam got put in a new category with an article published last Thursday by the Berlin daily Berliner Zeitung.
This very accessible but nice article, aimed at presenting dubstep (and its actors in the German capital) to the masses, gets things quite right, and mentions Ad Noiseam and its sister store Dense, alongside other acts of the scene such as Bass The World, Dubstep Standards or Mackjiggah.
If you can read German, the article is below, check the links, and maybe see you one day at some dubstep thing in Berlin.
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