2.1NOYZ – Top 10 Tracks of 2012

Hey Guys,

Well we had an amazing holiday break playing two shows at The Rainbow in Digbeth and going to see Dubfire smash Egg in London to pieces. Standing behind him as he dropped our track Homewurk to that crazy crowd was an incredible feeling and has given us even more inspiration to push forward with our music in 2013. Watch the video of how the crowd reacted to Homewurk by clicking here

We thought we should start the new year with a selection of 10 of of our top tracks from 2012.

So here goes!….

1. The Junkies – Werq This

2. Ron Costa – Seevers

3. Clio – Into The Disco

4. Dubfire – Slowburn

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9.12NOYZ Podcast 002 – WHYT NOYZ

Hey Guys,

So we have been busy this weekend compiling the latest NOYZ Podcast.

It features many of the tracks that we have supported on the website over the last month. Included are tracks from Ron Costa, Carlo Lio, The Junkies, Coyu, Nick Olivetti and three of our own WHYT NOYZ tracks that we just finished in the last couple of weeks.

The podcast is downloadable. We would welcome your feedback as always!

As always please support and share the music!

PEACE.

5.12Fer BR – Welcome To Rawland (LOCAL)

We get just a little excited when we see a new release from The Junkies record label Local Music Group. Why is that? Well take a listen to the back catalogue that is full of straight up BOMBS and you will understand.

The latest release on the label is the second instalment of the Strange Neighbours compilation series. We supported many of the tracks from Volume 1 of the series which was released last July and so we knew what to expect from Volume 2. To say it has delivered would be an understatement. Its a compilation full of forward thinking techno that packs a serious punch. The tracks all have a serious groove to them whilst retaining that flowing energy that seems to be present across the majority of the releases on the label.

Whilst all tracks stand up we really felt this little gem from Spanish producer Fer BR stood out. We have been very impressed with Fer BR. After following his releases throughout the year we could hear his sound developing and then his E.P release on our favourite Frenchman Ron Costa‘s Potobolo Records in October really stepped things up a gear. This track for Local titled “Welcome To Rawland” follows on from his Potobolo release perfectly and has left us eager to hear what else is in store from this young producer. Its a solid slice of Techno just how we love it, groovy, skippy, dark, you know the drill!

Anyway enough chat, onto the music.

The full compilation will be released on December 10th and you can check out the other tracks on the Local Music Group Soundcloud page by clicking here.

As always please support and share the music!

PEACE.

 

14.11Secret Cinema vs Max D-Loved – Wow Cat (The Junkies Remix)

Today we deliver a slice of techno from two of our favourite producers – The Junkies

This remix which was released this week on Sian‘s Octopus Records has the trademark sound of The Junkies all over it. Like any track that is produced by these guys the low end of the track thumps hard, whilst the live drums and clever chopped vocals keep the track grooving along nicely. You have probably noticed how much love we have for a certain Carlo Lio and its really no surprise that Carlo and The Junkies are close friends. All are Toronto natives and have become label mates on Dubfire‘s SCI+TEC label.

The Junkies also have their own label Local Music which has seen some excellent releases and is growing rapidly. One of our favourite techno releases of this year, Ron Costa – La Cage Invisible was released on the label in January of this year with a remix from none other than Carlo Lio & The Junkies. Make sure you check it out if you love stomping techno (which obviously you do as you are reading this website)

Right enough chat here is the remix in all its glory.

You can buy the full release including the great original by Secret Cinema vs Max DLoved by clicking here

As always support and share the music.

PEACE