Pilo aims to break boundaries in techno through his third Boysnoize Records EP, ‘Flourishes.’ Stream ‘Endorphins’ ahead of the EP’s May 5 release here.
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Boys Noize hit r/Music this weekend for his first ever AMA where he discussed everything from possible Dog Blood releases to his challenging new live setup.
Boys Noize takes on ‘Planet Rock’ in celebration of Record Store Day
Boys Noize has celebrated the ten year anniversary of his label, Boysnoize Records, by staying as busy as possible. As his imprint’s tenth year draws to a close, director Lil Internet has released a short documentary to recapitulate the past year’s extensive tour, as well as the history of the label as a whole.
There is an inherent duality in Alex Ridha. Onstage, Boys Noize subjects his audience to a musical experience that ranges from vitriolic, to cerebral, to robotic, and everything in between.
Hear Boys Noize go in for a full hour-long set in this techno-head’s delight for Apple Music
Salva pays homage to Boys Noize Records with a flawless half-an-hour mix session for the label’s 10 year anniversary.
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It seems Boys Noize got into the holiday spirit and released a free track for his fans via Soundcloud. “Freesiri” is what he calls “a little analogue winter jam”. This tune is something we would except out Alex Ridha, an up-tempo techy tune that features some seriously dark vibes. This is yet just another example […]
Berlin’s Alex Ridha, better known to the world as Boys Noize latest release maybe his darkest to date! His most recent Soundcloud upload is a track that he has been working on for a new German film entitled “Who Am I”. The film is supposedly about the underworld of cyber-hacking and will not be released […]
Boys Noize releases short teaser for “Out of the Black” remix album coming in 2014
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For those of us who haven’t had our fill of the acid techno, bass-packed blitzkrieg that is Dog Blood, news has recently come about hinting that the super group that took over the…
Electric Zoo ’13 Artist Spotlight: Skrillex, Boys Noize unite labels for Riverside Dog Blood display
Electric Zoo ’13 Artist Spotlight: Skrillex, Boys Noize unite labels for Dog Blood display at Riverside
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Alex Ridha returns with his latest EP on his own Boysnoize Records, Go Hard. Representing elements of old school Boys Noize, Ridha ditches the commercial leanings of his Out of the Black EP and turns his attention to his electro and acid house roots. There are no awkward Snoop Dogg cameos here, just straightforward and blistering electro chops curated by one of the genre’s most talented proponents. Tongue-in-cheek samples like “Excuse Me’s” vocals are matched by far more serious big beat drum patterns and frantic stabs. On “Inhale/Exhale,” Boys Noize flexes his techno muscles creating a track that gives the middle finger to melodies and howls with gritty analog synthwork, while “Starwin” is an acid house meets disco bouncer — a feel good summer track that serves as the EP’s slightly-subdued interlude. Showing a bit of versatility the title track “Go Hard” infuses trap beat signatures with acid soaked squeaks, it’s the first time we can call something “wonky rap” and will likely to appeal to the new wave of hip hop house heads. The EP closes out on a high note with “Push Em Up” an unrelenting electro production suitable for the soundtrack of any warehouse rave.
Dark, foreboding and versatile, Alex Ridha has once again demonstrated a talent for change and has created a unique snapshot of his sonic psyche on his latest EP.
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Destructo has always been a secret favourite of mine and with tracks like ‘LA Funky’ it’s hard not to love him. Anyway, this EP from the Los Angeles native has completely blown me away. The title track ‘Higher’ in it’s original form is this funky, deep track with an infectious hook. The next track up [...]
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Sepultura drummer Iggor Cavalera has recently reinvented himself as the rock-tronica outfit dubbed Mixhell, aiming to imbue electronic music with the fervor of the heavy metal Sepultura was known for. Using his talent for polyrhythms and inventive percussion, Iggor and his wife Laima have expanded the Mixhell sound with the help of an MPC, live drums, CDJs and a rock and roll mentality. The 11-track EP is an interesting experiment that fuses live rock elements with electronic sampling. Sonically it is far more rock and roll than actual electronica, but the resulting amalgamation of the two sounds is anything but ordinary. The 106th release on BNR sits well on the forward thinking imprint, fearlessly establishing a new type of electronic crossover while facing the ever-present challenge of defining electronic music as more than just a laptop and headphones experience.
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After previewing his forthcoming EP’s title track “Go Hard” barely a week ago, Boys Noize returns with another tasty treat for your sonic sensibilities. Infusing a disco house backbone with classic acid house flair, the man best known for his dark and foreboding electro delivers feel-good summer vibes with just a hint of malicious intent. Head over to Beatport on June 24th to grab the entire Go Hard EP and satisfy your nagging urge for 303s and 909s.
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Boys Noize latest EP, Out of the Black, saw the iconic electro producer dive into new territory, including a collaboration with Snoop Dogg. Still intact, however, were his feverishly unrelenting bass lines and a warehouse aesthetic that was as thrilling as it was haunting. To celebrate the 100th release on the BNR imprint, Boys Noize has commissioned two of electronic music’s most-inspired production duos, The Chemical Brothers and Justice, to remix two cuts from his recent Out of the Black EP. Remixing “XTC” and “Ich R U” respectively, the pairings treat Alex Ridha’s creations with care, using their studiotime to build on the tracks’ already flawless foundations.
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We got a very RARE set from my favourite duo earlier this afternoon. Skrillex and Boys Noize don’t cease to fascinate me with their project Dog Blood. The sound they’re able to create together is so damn futuristic and indescribable at the same time. Their genre-defying vibes are starting to become the first pick of [...]
Boys Noize released the official music video for “What You Want,” a leading single off last year’s Out of Black. It’s the same great dark techno, but seasoned with cultish superhero references.
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