Review: It's time to dive into the unusual here as Dome Of Doom welcomes the unorthodox production styles of Bleep Bloop to the table for an eight track extravaganza. We begin with the raucous glitch-driven melodies of 'Hacker', before the twisted distortion of 'Paut U 2 Sleep' and trap-style dubstep hybrid sounds of 'F12' alongside Goon Des Garcons come into play. Next, Gary Paintin gets involved in the destructive synthesizer smashes of 'Out Here', followed by super crunchy sound design and halftime drum work of 'Paying Dues' and the super unpredictable rhythmic arrangements of 'No Roof', again featuring Gary Paintin. Finally the rumbling sub structures and electro screams of 'What Are You In The Dark' make way for eerie vocal pads and lethal big room chords of 'Cromatin Landscape' to see an end to proceedings. It's unusual and we love it!
Review: It appears that Eat The Bomb have supplied us with a lethal dose of hardcore fusion here, as they invite Bleep Bloop in for a six track extravogana, showcasing the truly weird and wonderful edges to his production talents. We kick off with the glittering soundscaping of 'Gain The Axe', which weaves between distorted delights and randomized LFO manoeuvres at will, before we embrace the breaksy overtones of 'Take Me' and twisted madness of 'Characters who Smoke'. Next up 'Eye Patch Of Powers' provides us with some choppy synthetic explosions, followed by the gritty bass designs and demonic overtones of 'Lady Of War', finishing off with the electronic overload of 'Straight Through The Wall'. A truly innovative exploration into sound.
Review: Here we take a peek at the weird and wonderful as Bleep Bloop unleashes his journeys through distortion and departures from formality in his brand new 'Prologus Auxilium' project. Let's first take a look at 'Killing Machine (feat Nebr The Tiger)', which is a seriously intense journey through organized chaos as waves of unpredictable distortion form the underbelly over which Nebr runs wild with crazy lyrisicism. To follow, the scattered rhythms and sweeping soundscapes of 'Impel Tiltskin' occur before we hit the post-dubstep arrangements of 'Santoryu'. We finalize with the more structured half time LFO's and lethal sub pressure of 'Tremors', following a more precise dubstep layout.
Review: Hot on the heels of their first V/A halftime/beats-based EP, Noisia's Division serves up another deliciously leftminded multi-artist EP. "Nomad" says it all; screwloose bass, haunted elements and an all-round alien vibe, Noisia and Mony/Poly have truly killed it. Other highlights include the screeched out craziness of Posij's "Grab The Cookies" and the rave breaks and garbled sample abuse Bleep Bloop's "Recombine". Seriously forward-thinking, let's hope these Division EPs continue for the foreseeable.
Review: This one is dedicated to all the giddy aunts out there! 30 tracks of forward-focussed bass innovation from one of the most influential shows to have emerged in recent years: Noisia Radio has helped to expose so much exciting new talent and here they bring together just some of the highlights. Ranging from super experimental to absolute gully gold, among the big hitters from Noisia themselves we have trippy, drunken freestyle bass from Bleep Bloop and Tsuruda, savage break wizardry from the likes of Howitzer, 23rd century spooky funk from Samba, beautiful glitched-out steppy funk from the mighty MRSA (AKA Mat Zo) and absolutely loads more. This is an immense package of tracks right here. Just like every Noisia Radio show.