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Episode 268 Max D. Blas (Grand Canal Records/Time Has Changed)
November 14, 2012 04:20 AM PST
we are very happy to welcome Max D Blas to our Podcast today. Another great artist brought to our attention by our Favorite Cosmic Cowboys.. special thanks to Nico.
November 12, 2012 08:35 AM PST
Today, the Music Industry Lost a Truly Wonderful man.
Berlin-based house artist Martin Dawson died today after spending ten days in the hospital following an aneurysm.
"Dawson was an English DJ and producer who made a name for himself both as a solo artist (formerly as King Roc, more recently as Martin Dawson) and as part of the duo Two Armadillos (opposite Giles Smith of Secretsundaze). He was hospitalized on November 2nd after being found collapsed on his studio floor, having suffered an aneurysm in his forehead. Doctors made every effort to save his life, but lost him earlier today. Our thoughts are with his family, his girlfriend and everyone else who was close to him."
we at NOICE! would like to remember How Martin Lived rather than How he died... so here is his mix he did for us as part of the Off Recordings radio special earlier this year....
Martin Dawson LIVE – NOICE Radioshow - Tracklist
1. Sasse - The Solaris Conspiracy - King Roc remix
Here is Martin's Bio:
October 18, 2012 08:21 AM PDT
Hey everyone.... we recently aired this Phenomenal mix on our radio show this past week on Proton and on sweatlodgeradio. we liked it so much we thought we would make this available for download......
Kruse & Nürnberg (liebe*detail) Separately, Hamburg based Florian Kruse & Nils Nϋrnberg have created some of the most interesting deep house around in the past few years, with early highlights including Nils’ “Caught A Glimpse” on 8Bit, and Florian’s “Love Hurts” release on Om Records. Since then, as solo producers, but more importantly together as Kruse & Nϋrnberg they have climbed closer to the tree-top with their unique brand of mouth-watering underground deep house infused with the sharp tech-house elements. As a first sign of bigger things to come, Nick Warren included their massive ‘An Why E’ on his “Global Underground- Lima”, which somewhat kick-started the K&N machine, and the duo has since then grabbed the attention of some of todays most important underground labels; NRK, Noir Music, Kolour, Je T'aime, Mood Music, Slip’N’Slide as well as Mazi’s Fresh Meat Records and Milton Jackson & Shur-I-Kan’s Dark Energy label, who have all invested in K&N with enough remixes and original productions. With a brand new studio in Hamburg, a long waiting list for tracks and remixes and with recent brilliant DJ-Sets, these guys have absolutely no reason to slow down, and more tracks and remixes are of course forthcoming.
October 09, 2012 05:47 AM PDT
we are Happy to bring you this sweet little number by from our Friends over at Moon Harbour. Please join us today in welcoming this nice little exclusive Journey by Blind Minded.
Giorgio Cadamuro AKA Blind Minded, one of the most eclectic emergent producers of the underground electronic music scene, developed his lure for music since tender age. Having grown up around instruments, records and scores, he enjoyed all sorts of music, but is surely a son of the 90’s electronic music.
Episode 264 Seph (Live @ Aula Magna, 09.2012) (Aula Magna, Harry Klein, Dumb Unit)
September 28, 2012 04:04 AM PDT
this is a special set that we have been waiting for months ...
Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sebastian Galante started to study music by playing the piano and percussion at the age of 7. As a young teenager he moves to Norwich, England, and starts to compose simple piano pieces (with an aleatoric improvisation approach), whilst developing his love for urban and dance beats. In 2004, influenced by composers of varied musical areas (from Erik Satie, Kraftwerk and John Cage to Michael Jackson, Bjork and Plastikman) he dives into producing deep and funky techno and electronica.
In 2004 he becomes an electronic arts student, and, with 19 years of age, Seph's debut ep "Goust" is released on Igloo-rec and he becomes one of the label's main faces. He starts to get recognized for his up to 4-hour live sets, playing alongside friends such as Barem, Dilo, etc., and forms an audiovisual duo with Pablo Denegri. 2006 sees him participating in various compilations that group the new argentinean generation of minimal techno artists, such as Post Office Argentina Madness (Telegraph). During the same year he starts to form numerous collaboration projects with Jorge Savoretti, Pablo Denegri and Dilo. After releasing on a wide array of labels like Stock5, Kalimari, Phonocult, 11AM and having tracks included in compilations mixed by DJs like Jeremy Caulfield and Ellen Allien, he makes the label Dumb Unit his homebase, with releases such as his Vodkrens EP and the 2010 critically acclamied debut album Alquimia, putting on the table his mysterious and IDM-driven vision of techno.
During late 2011 and early 2012, Seph releases a few 12" on Cityfox and Harry Klein Records, as well as remixes on various labels from France (Coton Tige), Australia (Open Records) and Serbia (Genesa), topping it off with a solid place on Dumb-Unit's Dynasty Series, collaborating with Jeremy P. Caulfield. Today he focuses on his own label, Aula Magna Records, created with fellow techno-heads Pablo Denegri, Mekas and Qik. A platform for their own electronic obsessions, the first records will be out in mid-2012, setting an initial dub techno stage and moving onto more experimental and noise-driven projects.
Seph has made live shows all over the world in clubs and events such as Cocoliche (Buenos Aires), Fabric (London), Arma17 (Moscow), Harry Klein (Munich), Fuse (Brussels), City Fox (Zurich), Flex (Vienna), Watergate (Berlin), D-Edge (Sao Paolo), Kazantip Festival (Ukraine), Mutek (Buenos Aires), Resolute (New York), SAMC (Buenos Aires), Lantern (Beijing) and Earth Freq (Brisbane, Australia).
releases this year:
Seph - Suzbu Ep (12" Cityfox) Jan 2012
Seph – AM 02 (12” Aula Magna Records) Oct 2012
Episode 263 Cardona (FamiliaRise)
September 18, 2012 06:24 AM PDT
as you can see, we are picking up again with our terrific slew of Podcast guests.... as many of you know, NOICE! has started a CLub night at the Incredible Kingdom Nightclub in Austin, Texas... so... we love to keep our fans excited, and we could not think of a better way to do this than doing our podcast more often.
Today, we are proud to present one of the Best underground DJ's from Philadelphia....... Cardona !!! He is part of the FamiliaRise DJ collective who is reigniting the underground here in Philly.... so ... enough out of me... please enjoy the sounds of Cardona... Philly Represent!!!!!
Colombian born and raised, moved to the U.S at thirteen years old with a passion for metal, hardcore and many other “rock” underground sub-genres with an edge. Although, there was always a twist, a love for the night life, a deep appreciation for a good party, feelings that were early introduced to him by his native city’s active club scene.
After a couple of years, Cardona started developing a natural love for electronic music. He attended his first festival, and after not finding out about Philly’s own scene, he traveled to and from NY numerous times to feed his soul with his most desired type of electronic music. Back in 2007 he sees the need to pick up his first pair of turntables.
In early 2011, Cardona along with Safarii, Jus, Shino and Guery decide to start bringing their take on music to the city of brotherly love with great appreciation from local crews and party goers. Since 2011 until now his sound has been heard in many of Philly’s venues, mostly after-hours, New York and Zurich.
“Music is a tool, used right it can give you answers, comfort and simply better living.”
Episode 262 Patrick Chardronnet (connaisseur, audiomatique, pokerflat)
September 11, 2012 12:45 PM PDT
I know it has been a while... so many things have been happening here at NOICE! ... a new Club night, label, and the radio show of course, there seems to not be enough hours in the day to do our podcast as much as we would like.... but do not fret... we are back and stronger than ever.... today we welcome an incredible artist and DJ to the decks for a nice exclusive mix for all you Lovers of the music... please join me in welcoming the incredible sounds of Patrick Chardronnet...
a special thanks to Pearls booking for all the help at making this episode possible...
about the artist:
Chardronnet approaches top form when he locks himself up in the studio "off the beaten track", starts his machines and simply "lets things slide", as he says.
This studiowork could be gazed at in 2004 for the first time, when he gave a highly recognized debut on the frankfurt-based Raum...Musik label, which instantly not only sparked Steve Bug's but also the common interest in his music.
Sequentially Bug licensed "Ledge" as opening track for his "Bugnology" mix and the beginning literally was made.
More releases and remixes on Poker Flat Recordings were to follow in 2005 whereupon Chardronnet partly acted as solo artist and partly worked together with other musicians.
Still in the same year, the concern to Patrick Chardronnet's productions was massive everywhere, he celebrated his start on Connaisseur Recordings that came with a blow: "Eve By Day" found it's way into the cases from Berlin over Frankfurt to Ibiza and advanced to one of the most frequently played and buyed records of the year worldwide.
Not only appearances around the world resulted from this huge success and led Patrick in countries such as the USA, Japan, Iceland and Russia amongst others. From now on Patrick also was one of the most in demand remixers.
Since then he delivered creations for many different kinds of artists and labels, without losing sight of the "electronic territory". Thereby all his productions have one thing in common: they are all affected by his own unmistakable hand writing, which is characterized by tight beats, natural grooves and an impeccable intuition for timing and melody.
Chardronnet didn't show himself deedless at all in the following years. Further releases on Connaisseur Recordings, Audiomatique Recordings and again on Poker Flat Recordings from 2008 to 2011 where the result.
Next to producing Patrick Chardronnet clearly focusses on his live-performance. Everybody who has seen him act live on stage once would have observed his passion for music and entertainment. His intoxicating live-sets create a very special form of energy, that infects everybody sooner or later.
Up to date "Karma" is waiting in the starting blocks. This latest offering already caused quite a stir in the forefront of it's release and one can be curious for more productions and remixes to come.
Episode 261 Mononoid (Traum Schallplatten)
June 19, 2012 08:27 PM PDT
to help us celebrate our Month long Radio series with one of our favorite labels, we are proud to present an exclusive mix by one of Traum's newest superstar signings.
and keep an eye out for their new release:
Mononoid are Andy Godderis and Igor Shumlyanskiy. Member of the Traum family. Mononoid is all about connecting art and music evolving into their own unique sound. Their music is a mixture of cinematographic and melodic techno.
Andy and Igor started a techhouse production duo in 2006, called Stereo Sandwich, in which they had their first experience producing dance music with each other. After releasing several EP’s, they soon noticed their sound was evolving. They started experimenting with deeper, more profound productions and realized this new sound had grown too far apart from what they were doing before; this was a whole new project altogether. They took the word ‘Mono’ (as in solo) and the word ‘nooit’ (Dutch for never), basically meaning ‘never alone’ and Mononoid was born.
In 2011 their music was picked up by Traum Schallplatten, offering them a place in the Traum Family. Soon after they released their first remix for Microtrauma’s “Emilia”, which got great feedback. Their remix of “Echoes Reality” is nothing less than a trip, with a deep grove and great chorus. In May of 2012 their first own EP was released on Traum, ‘Protoplasm’ which has been received brilliantly.
Mononoid’s music is influenced by great thinkers and do-ers like Friedrich Nietzsche, Aristotle, Ludwig van Beethoven, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Georgy Beregovoy, Mikhail Shcherbatov and many, many others.
Episode 260 Emerson Todd (Upon You Records, Get Physical, Cocoon)
May 23, 2012 03:20 AM PDT
as we always love to do here at NOICE! studios... when we here a mix that blows us away on our show we love to post it for download.... and this mix is no exception. this was recorded exclusively for our SUOL special. Emerson as you all know is one of our residents. we hope you enjoy his mix....
Stretching back much further than his first visit to a night club, Emerson Todd's musical heritage comes from a very, very early age. Named after a prog rock band, Emerson first learnt the art of music selection at a very early age. When the tapes or 12"s ran their course at family parties, It was a young Mr Todd that would change the music and with that came his first experience of learning how people react to different music.
Then with the family owned record shop, Emerson discovered his love of vinyl and crate digging, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Since then his musical journey has followed a geographical one, while traveling from New Zealand to Australia, London and now Berlin, Emerson has graced such labels as Saved, Upon You, One Records, Cocoon, Apparel Music and My Favourite Robot; a diverse selection of labels for an artists whose inspirations and sets come from an equally diverse background
Episode 259 Mathias Schaffhäuser (Ware Records)
April 12, 2012 07:32 AM PDT
This Mix originally aired this past week on our NOICE! radio show. as is often the case, when we are totally blown away by a mix, we feel the world should be able to download it.
there is so much going on right now with Mathias's career. he has a forthcoming release on our Label (NOICE!) called "Nuevo Romance" which will have remixes by newcomer Sergey Trotzkopf and Superstar Seph (of cityfox, dumb unit, and Harry Klein fame).
also is the WARENKORB # 6 (on ware records)
Brandnew release: Warenkorb # 6, the new WARE label compilation with 4 tracks by Mathias Schaffhäuser was released in march. On his remix of „This Is For My Dutch Crowd” Mathias continues his excursion in minimal-dub-step, „Pumpe / Düse“ reflects his very old love to ravy Techno, and his remix for Chra’s „Såkenoivå“ is Schaffhäuser Minimal-Crossover at its best. Last but not least Chra remixes „Nice To Meet You“ and transforms the classic in an incredible and outstanding dancefloor radio play.
and some more happenings for 2012:
and some more info on Mathias:
Mathias Schaffhäuser’s around in the techno, house and minimal scene since 1994. Past releases of Mathias appeared on WIR Recordings, Lebensfreude, on Persistencebit Rec., Resopal Red, Force Inc., Multicolor, Definitive Records (house sub-label of Plus-8), Blaou Sounds, Frisbee Tracks and many others. In 1997 he started his own record label WARE which released 89 EPs until now (as of Febuary 2011).
Schaffhäuser’s motto at the turntables is: Purism sucks! The quality of the music is what’s important, not sheer functionality and a perfect mix. That is: at times his sets can be rather varied from Ware-style music, nice + smooth neo-house and funky minimal to thumping techno. His current favourites come from labels such as Prologue, Islands & Islets/Sthlm, Deep Data, Cynosure, Snork, 3rd Wave, Mobilée, Vakant, Circus Company - just to name a few.
2001 saw his club hit "Hey Little Girl", 2002 "Musik ohne Bass" entered the clubs (Force Inc.). In April 2005 he released his album "Coincidance" (Ware CD 14/Ware 52). The title track was remixed by Trentemöller and by Dapayk (Mo’s Ferry Productions, Dapayk & Padberg/Ware 54). December 2005 saw his 12" "Lost Vox" with a remix by Pan-Pot, in febuary 2006 the next remix 12" "more alternatives" was released with a mix by Audio Werner.
On the 11. of Febuary 2008 the jubilee EP "10 Jahre Ware" / "10 Years Of Ware" appeared on the scene with 2 epic tracks, one by Ziggy Kinder and the other by Mathias. Both tracks reflect the Ware history by using samples of the the label’s past 10 years + fit them together with new + unique ideas to 2 new exciting monster tunes.
In 2011 Mr. Schaffhäuser looks back on a veritable live tour which led him to Buenos Aires, Rostock, Singapore, Offenbach and Trieste. What combines these illustrous places, you may ask? Everywhere was absolutely super cool! Schaffhäuser’s set kept throwing audiences off the curve. I mean, who squeezes minimal sounds, spontaneous vocal performances, crude cover versions and melodica solos into a one-hour set, without constantly staring at a computer screen? But, from nothing nothing comes. Even before 1993 (does anyone remember this?) Schaffhäuser sang and played guitar in several bands, so he knows how to rock the house. And that works even better with a big enough stage and wireless microphones! Though another fine house track is never far, after all, Schaffhäuser wouldn’t neglect his traditional Ware style, no matter how much he rocks.
01 Kreti Pleti - Restid / Alicia Hush Remix (Siteholder Records)
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