Unless you've been living in outer space recently, you've heard that Warp just turned 20, and released a limited edition luxirious boxset to commemorate the occasion.
And by luxurious, we mean an oversized box with a book, two CDs and five 10". Très awesome.
Ad Noiseam has managed to secure a couple of copies, which are new, unopened, shrinkwrapped, and extra packagded in an additional cardboard box (so one more box than on the images below).
Since this item is expensive and heavy to ship, we are reserving this for people who either
pick it up from the Ad Noiseam office in Berlin or at the Ad Noiseam table at the Maschinenfest n
Therefore, if you want to get a copy, email us as soon as possible with your name and tell me whether you will pick up this box in Berlin or at the Maschinenfest. And if you really, really want to mailorder it, let me know as well. But note that shipping will be expensive.
The boxes are, again, totally new, cost 200 Euro a piece, and will go on the first come, first served basis. Act fast.
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.
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: