Monolog holds no Grudge against grindcore.
Thursday, 29 January 2015 16:12

It's been some years since we last heard of alternative electronic acts remixing metal ones, but this doesn't mean that this idea has been put to rest. The proof today comes in the form of a remix done by our own Monolog of a track by the Brooklyn based grindcore act Grudges, as part of a remix release set to come out on End Fence. Click below or here for this ear cleaner.

Machinecode and Igorrr descent on Dresden for the "Days Of Rough Attack"
Wednesday, 28 January 2015 15:25

Machinecode and Igorrr descent on Dresden for the "Days Of Rough Attack"
People in or around Dresden, Germany, should take notice: this year's edition of the Sabotage club's Days Of Rough Attack festival has an Ad Noiseam-heavy line-up this year, with acts from the label headlining each evening.

Machinecode will headline the festival's opening night on February 20th, alongside a DJ set by Nicolas Chevreux (a.k.a. yours truely of Ad Noiseam). You can get more information about this particular night here.

Igorrr comes back to Dresden to headline the Saturday night. More information about this there.

Such an event is quite rare, all the more in Dresden, and we strongly recommend that anybody who can attend this festival does so. See you there.

Watch Swarm Intelligence's new "Destroyer" video.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:06

Following a first video created for "Antenna", here comes a second film directed around a track taken from Swarm Intelligence's "Faction" (adn183). Once again black and white, once again fast edited, but more organic, grittier and probably darker, "Destroyer" showcases another side of this massive, dark but also imaginative and deep album.

You can watch the video to "Destroyer" here or below. It was created by Maria Mendes specifically for Swarm Intelligence.

"What They Left Behind", watch a documentary scored by Ben Lukas Boysen.
Thursday, 15 January 2015 17:33

"What They Left Behind", watch a documentary scored by Ben Lukas Boysen.
Introvert, motional music obviously helps conveys important messages. A few weeks after Medair using Ben Lukas Boysen's "Gravity" in a short movie about refugees living in Lebanon, this artist has lent his art to a good cause again, this time writing a full score for a movie documentary about gun violence in the USA.

Entitled "What They Left Behind", this half-hour documentary was created by Sandy Hook Promise (an organisation created after the Sandy Hook school shooting) aimed at preventing children from guns. There is little else for us to say, but we strongly recommend everybody to watch this movie and, of course, not only take its message into account but also notice Ben Lukas Boysen's music.

NYE reminiscences from Monolog and Swarm Intelligence.
Tuesday, 13 January 2015 15:41

NYE reminiscences from Monolog and Swarm Intelligence.
Everybody should by now has accepted the fact that we've started a new year and got used to signing "2015". It's not such a long time ago that we were celebrating New Year Eve's, though. Memories are still fresh, as are the following two recordings of sets played by Monolog and Swarm Intelligence (both pictured above, together with a member of DFCE) at a NYE party at Berlin's Subland club.

Click here or below to listen to Monolog's full set, hard, fast and clocking at an hour.

There and below are the first twenty minutes of Swarm Intelligence's slower and more distorted show (which incidently took place right before the Monolog one).

Dark, heavy and "hardboiled" mix for Swarm Intelligence.
Monday, 12 January 2015 12:06

Mr Swarm Intelligence probably doesn't get much sleep at the moment. Following the release of his "Faction" album (adn183), his "One For The Abyss" 2014 retrospective set, his new "Tunnel" track, he offers us today a free DJ set of sort, recorded for the Berlin collective Hardboiled and aiming at promoting his show in Berlin on January 16th.

This "Hardboiled Podcast #2" can be listened to here or below. Enjoy, and don't pass on the show on January 16th if you are in Berlin.

"Tunnel", a new track by Swarm Intelligence.
Saturday, 10 January 2015 16:32

Click below to listen to "Tunnel", a brand new track by Swarm Intelligence and one of the first to come out of this Berlin-based musician's studio since the complection of his "Faction" album (Ad Noiseam adn183).

This track is brand new, but has already been featured in a new episode of Boiler Room's "Upfront" mix series, which focused on up and coming Berlin artists. You can read about it here, or listen to it there.

Sixth, final part of DJ Hidden's "Enclosed" podcast series.
Friday, 02 January 2015 15:59

Sixth, final part of DJ Hidden's "Enclosed" podcast series.
Friday Freebie: let's start 2015 with a closure. DJ Hidden and Ad Noiseam present you the sixth, final chapter of a very ambitious project in which this artist embarked in October 2013, surrounding the release of his third full length album, "Enclosed" (adn173).

Over the course of six hours, DJ Hidden's "Enclosed podcast series" took us through drum'n'bass, electronica and hardcore, from hard and dancefloor-oriented tracks to deeper, calmer ones. It took a long time to reach completion, but the result of this ambitious idea was very worth the wait.

You can listen to "Outcast #00", the 6th episode of DJ Hidden's podcast series here or below. Click here for the 6th episodes on one page.

The previous mixes in this series were brought to you by:
- #1 Ad Noiseam
- #2 Hard Bass Dealers
- #4 Mindtrick
- #5 Harder & Louder

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