October 4th, 2012 | by Case Nine | posted in AON Video, Dubstep, Electro, Genres

This has been in the talks since a while back so no doubt I’m super excited to be posting this track on Art of Noize. Antichrist aka Dennis Johansson from our neighbouring Norway is clearly one of our favourite producers here at Art of Noize and releasing what has to be my absolute favourite track of his is really exciting. On top of that he decided to name it after (yes you guessed it because you read the title) US!

Since I work with video production and simply loved this track, I decided I had to try making my first music video to it. Check it out below and make sure you download the full track for free as well.

 

Antichrist - Art of Noize Theme (Free Download)

 

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September 29th, 2012 | by E.T.T.H | posted in Electro, Electro (Electro House)

 

Skyve has recently released his new song called “Where’s the drop?”. I myself are having a hard time finding where the “drop” really is, but nonetheless it´s a neat song that surely will make me move my limbs on the dance floor! So why don’t you check it out, it´s free and all. Enjoy!

 

 

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September 29th, 2012 | by E.T.T.H | posted in Electro, Electro (Electro House), Electro (Trash Electro), Mixes

 

Yo Art Of Noizers! Here is a quick mix I scrambled together today. Use it to pump up for the club tonight, or to get your memory back of what you did yesterday night. Whatever you choose to do, crank the volume up and enjoy the 30 minute madness you are about to hear! Read more for the tracklist.

 

 

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September 26th, 2012 | by E.T.T.H | posted in Drum & Bass, Drumstep

 

So I sure do hope you have heard the original of this song! Because it´s bad ass! Posted back in August by Case Nine here. But enough of the original. Airwolf from Melbourne, Australia has here made a tasty remix of it. And even though it has those familiar trap music sounds, it sure grows in to something much better. Hope this will make your days towards weekend go faster. Enjoy this freebie!

 

 

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September 26th, 2012 | by Case Nine | posted in Dubstep, Electro

 

It has finally arrived for all of our dirty paws to get: the new Antichrist EP. If you’ve seen Antichrist live recently or watched his YouTube previews/watched the Facebook you might recognize these tunes. As far as having an original sound (something which is quite rare in the EDM scene in general) Antichrist is at the top of the list in my eyes. Nobody sounds like him. That in my eyes is one of the most important things for a producer. On top of that these tracks are complete bangers. ‘Rockstar’ is a full-out headbanger, ‘Dengalenga’ is for me a super trippy and melodic banger which unexpectedly falls into the best melodic break I’ve heard in a long while. Then on T.Y.D you’ll experience some serious sub-bass muuurrdaaaa. This EP just needs to be heard.

 

 

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September 22nd, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Electro (Electro House)


One of Cazzettes best remixes so far! The swedish duo has taken the world by storm the last year or so and even I cant resist their cheesy electro-house sound.

 

Alex Clare - Too Close (Cazzettes Amphitheatres Surrounding Her Mix)

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September 16th, 2012 | by E.T.T.H | posted in Electro

Celldweller is an electronic act from Detroit, run by Klayton. Klayton had an industrial metal band in the 90s called Circle of Dust, which gained him a loyal following. After the disband of Circle of Dust, he completed 3 albums in a project called Angeldust. That project ended in 2000, leaving Klayton free to focus on Celldweller. And yesterday he released a free mashup consisting of AFI’s “Miss Murder” and Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus”. Perfect match if you ask me! Grab it now, while it´s still hot!

 

 

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September 12th, 2012 | by Tasty | posted in Dubstep, Electro (Electro House)


I love it when you find new promising artists like this one. Beeing his 2nd “fan” on Facebook I can pretty much say that this track havent been heard by many others. Even though this isn’t really 100% I still firmly believe that this 17 year old will have a lot more fans really soon. The track itself has a nice touch of that oldschool Warp Brothers Acid House sound with a little dibble of breakdown-dubstep.
 
This guy sure deserves more then 2 fans so go like his facebook page and give him some love when you done listening to this track.

 

Gnarls Barkley - Crazy (Psychorus bootleg)

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September 12th, 2012 | by Case Nine | posted in Interviews, Specials

In the true spirit of Art of Noize (that is not giving a fuck about genres) I have what I consider a really sweet post today. I had the chance to ask one of my all-time favourite Chiptune artists some questions: Sabrepulse. Although his music could be broadly tagged as “Chiptune”, the amount of influences cooked into his music is so broad that one YouTube commenter calls it ‘Symphonic Nintendo Fuckcore‘. I have to say that after reading that description it is what I will be calling his music from now on. Unfortunately his Soundcloud is pretty bare, but if you have Spotify, make sure you check out his music as you read the interview. I will post some of my favourite tunes of his in the post!

 

 

Art of Noize: You are a heavily video game inspired artists who both produces and performs on hardware primarily used for playing games (eg. Game Boys). How has your interest in Video Games influenced your sound itself rather than just as a platform for production and performance?

 

Sabrepulse: Videogames had a heavy impact on some on many of my earlier works, however now I’m more focused on what those sounds can be sculpted into and added alongside, rather than where they came from. The idea of ‘play’ is secondary to ‘creation’ for me, and as I grow up, I’m realising that videogames can remain a fun pastime, but not something that affects and influences my musical output forever.

 

AON: Tell us what makes producing and performing on a Game Boy using something like LSDJ special? Why not just use a chiptune VST?

 

SBP: Using musical hardware such as Drum machines, synthesisers and even gameboys gives you an experience of creating something ‘outside of the box’, that is – away from the computer. In the 21st century we spend so much time each day in front of laptops and phones, that as a musician it’s attractive to be able to get away from that. However I still love writing and producing music with my computer, and vst’s are really easy to manage and sound good enough that it’s not a big issue. I think that whatever you feel comfortable making music with, you should do that.

 

AON: With your “First Crush” EP from last year, you leaped into genres such as Drum & Bass, Dubstep and Electro (even a Liquid Drum & Bass tune there at the end which was fantastic). Tell us about what drove you to tackle these new territories!

 

SBP: The First Crush EP was a collection of songs written over summer in the uk and usa which were never actually intended to be on the same record together, it just kinda came together and I thought what the hell, I’ll release them! I’ve always been a fan of drum and bass and wanted to include some melodic and heavier tracks. The collaborations came together really easily and I really admire and respect luke (knife city) and Tom (Henry Homesweet) for their work.

 

The ‘dubstep’ (read: brostep) tracks were an experiment for me in terms of sound design, I found the skrillex sound really interesting and wondered if I could create something similar – after I played those tracks out a few times I thought it would be cool to put them on the record as they got a decent response. I’m totally aware of the divisiveness of this ep, a lot of people hated the house, the dubstep, the dnb or whatever and thought I should stick to chip music. A lot more people actually said they loved how diverse it was and that’s what I was going for in the first place.

 

AON: Could you tell us about one of those surreal “I made it” moments. Would it be getting booked somewhere crazy? Or seeing a great response on a release?

 

SBP: When I got invited to play blip festival in New York back in 2007 I could not believe it. I was just a small town kid from england making weird music for fun, i never thought people actualy knew about my stuff beyond myspace. All of a sudden I thought maybe there’s something to this. That trip changed my outlook on music and literally affected the direction of my life so I’d say that was my proudest achievement.

 

AON: I know you’ve toured in Japan. What with Japan having such a rich Gaming culture, was it exciting to play in front of those crowds and how do they respond compared to European crowds?

 

SBP: The Japanese tours have been totally surreal. I think chipmusic over there is still very much a niche thing, maybe even more so that Europe or the USA. they respond really well to western performers and I loved every minute I’ve been there.

 

AON: A two part question a) If you could listen to one last game soundtrack before you died, which would it be? b) if you could play one last game before you died, which would it be?

 

SBP: Game soundtrack it would have to be ‘Wipeout 2097′, the game would be ‘Ikaruga’

 

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September 12th, 2012 | by Naxon | posted in Drum & Bass, Drumstep, Electro (Electro House), Mixes, Trap


Since a couple of years ago, I have kept my eyes close toward one of the most skillful and friendliest producer out there, which is Michael Gigantor. He is one of the masterminds behind many projects like Evol Intent for example. But I first got to know him under his solo-alias, which is Computer Club, which in my opinion is his strongest projects.

 

He has over the years delivered many of the best original tracks and remixes that I know. He has also delivered some mentally good mixtapes (that’s how I first got to know him, when he sent out a mail regarding his Winter 2010 Field Trip Mix). The only thing that is a big shame when it comes to this project, is that I rarely see anything new from him, which I have complete full understanding due to him being involved in so much. So I tend to cherish these moments when I see something fresh coming from him. And last night it finally did!

 

Reboot 2012 mix is his latest mix called and I’m like his previous stuff so amazed how high the quality is. In 65 minutes he squeezes in 43 tracks and flows like water. Don’t sleep out on this mix, or you’ll miss out on something extraordinary!

 

 

Full tracklist can be found here!

 

 

 

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