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.
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.
Thank you to everybody who made the Ad Noiseam festival on the 1st of May such a success: the audience for partying so hard, much and long; the artists, for rocking the house from start to finish andall being great guys, and the Maria crew, for making it all possible.
We're recovering right now, but pictures, videos and whatever will be posted in the near future.
Mothboy might not ride with vampiyres, but other night dwellers tend to like his bass and beats: strippers were already using his music, and it's now the turn of zombies to feast of brains to the sound of the moth. Mothboy's track "Shakes" (taken from the "The Fears" album) is used in the independent short zombie flick "Dead End", which is now available on Youtube for free (parts one, two and three).
In other Mothboy news, watch out for the release on Ad Noiseam of "Beg / Movement" (adn98), a four track 12" by Mothboy, featuring remixes by Starkey and Lapsed, and to finally come out in the coming weeks. The mand has also put the finishing touches to his third studio album, "Bunny", which is obviously late for Easter but should provide some additional booty basses to everybody a bit later in 2009.
Continuing from the previous post about Larvae's tour: an interview with Matthew Jeanes will be aired tomorrow evening (22:00in Germany) on the internet radio Byte.fm during the "Hidden Tracks" show. Be sure to tune in for some inside information about Larvae and the ongoing tour.