Posted in cutTheNoize on November 19th, 2015 by alt

Tiga - Don't Break My Heart - Cover Art


Following the major success of ‘Bugatti‘ (which featured Pusha T on a later version) and more recently his collaboration with Eats Everything, Tiga is preparing to release his third album; the first since 2009’s Ciao! early next year on Counter. “It’s a natural fit – I’m the original Counter. I count RESULTS. Advantage: Tiga City,” says Tiga.

Seven years is a lifetime, especially for lifetime full-time dreamers like me. Entire fantasy worlds have been loved and lost. Restaurants have opened and closed. I’ve taken the spiritual advice of those closest to me and chosen to remain inside the present, listening and growing until there’s no choice to spring out of the box and share my gift. And that gift is the simplest of questions and answers. What is love? It is what it is, and what it is is it’s everything.

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Posted in cutTheNoize on November 11th, 2015 by alt

La Boum Fatale - Walls (Cover Art)

La Boum Fatale’s „Walls“ opens up a first view on new material from the soon to be released debut album „Holygram“. The album documents the past development and shows La Boum Fatale more solid and self-conscious, straight-lined and rough.

The first single „Walls“ is now released as an EP with four versions, illustrating the diverse soundscape of La Boum Fatale. Next to the eponymic piece especially the more open and longer Instrumental of „Walls“ forms the core of the EP. It unfolds all its virtue over the whole length with a gloomy sound. In contrast the weirdly twisted remix of Berlin based producer Comfort Fit leaves hardly anything of the original track using a decent amount of irony. As well as the nobly floating version of sound designer and tinkerer Frieder Nagel. For the single edit of „Walls“ it was possible to win Andreas Bonkowski (Corwood Manual, Siva., I Might Be Wrong) for the vocals. Lyrically and musically „Walls“ summarizes one of the central points of La Boum Fatale as well as „Holygram“: shaking off the dread of change, letting yourself get dragged away from the usual run and enjoy watching doubts and constraints disappear.
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Jad & The Ladyboy – Sweet Nothing EP

Posted in cutTheNoize on October 8th, 2015 by alt

Jad & The Ladyboy - Sweet Nothing EP (SK311 Cover Art)


After the huge success of „Never Come Back Down“ Jad & The Ladyboy adds fuel to the flames as early as four months later. Already with the first track of this 12inch a seat of fire is set: “Sweet Nothing” is again a collaboration with singer Mark Borgazzi, who, with his soulful voice, already turned “Never Come Back Down” into a club stunner.

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Posted in cutTheNoize on October 7th, 2015 by alt

AKA AKA & Thalstroem - Never Alone with Sola Plexus (Cover)


AKA AKA & Thalstroem are back with their second album titled „Connected“, which is going to be released through their own label Burlesque Musique on October 23rd. After their latest track „Take My Time“, a collaboration with the Erfurt-based band Northern Lite, the trio presents their first album single „Never Alone“ that offers a promising insight into the follow-up LP to their successful debut „Varieté“.

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Posted in cutTheNoize, VIDEOS on September 22nd, 2015 by alt

Club cheval - Discipline

Club cheval is about to take you on the next level with Discipline, title-track from their upcoming debut album. And we love their productions, especially this one.

Club cheval are a collection of unique visionaries from the varied and vibrant French club scene. The band members – Canblaster, Myd, Sam Tiba and Panteros666 – bounce off one another with their different influences, daring each other with new ideas and striving to better themselves. Together the four have created a sound where genres (club music, hip hop and R&B) merge together to become one.


Having originally met as students in Lille, Northern France, they introduced themselves with two EPs on Brodinski’s vital Bromance label as well as remixes for Rihanna, Underworld and Two Door Cinema Club. Club cheval preview their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Discipline’ with release of the album’s title track which impacts on September 4th.

After their recent single ‘From The Basement To The Roof’ which found Club cheval twisting their ground-breaking experimentation into something deeper and more reflective, the immediately engaging ‘Discipline’ features pitch-shifted R’n’B vocals and exuberant beats. Club cheval says: “We called it ‘Discipline’ because the way we wanted something uplifting and big. And it’s called ‘Discipline’ because we wanted to make something full of freedom and life and a feeling of empowerment.”

R&B is a genre that lives and dies on a vocal. Luckily, Club cheval met the right man for the job. Enter Rudy, a Miami-based R&B singer and the voice that will give Club cheval’s unique soundscapes a universal language.

The ‘Discipline’ EP comes with new mixes from Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth; the new collaborative project With You. which is led by Major Lazer co-founder and M.I.A. collaborator Switch; up-and-coming Chicago duo Louis The Child; and finally a Balearic take from Club cheval’s own Panteros666.

Adapt, innovate, combine, create – this is the Club cheval way.


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Dotan – Hungry – Niklas Ibach Remix

Posted in cutTheNoize on September 11th, 2015 by alt

Dotan - Hungry - Niklas Ibach Remix (Cover Art)


The summer-time is almost over, but to keep the warm vibez alive we have a fantastic floor burner for you and your crowd. And we are sure they will love to dance for it.

At the age of 20 years Niklas Ibach is part of a kind of new-school producers and DJ’s that currently make attention to itself all over Europe. A native of Stuttgart, the multiinstrumentalist looks back on fourteen years of piano-studies, so he has a wide musical spectrum.

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D-Pulse – Consequenced Remixes Part I

Posted in cutTheNoize on September 8th, 2015 by alt

D-Pulse - Consequenced remixed pt.1 (Cover Art)


D-Pulse trippy album “Consequenced” now got first portion of remixes from band’s favorite producers. Ron Basejam of Crazy P delivers a straight-forward disco gem, while Harvey Sutherland goes minimal and atmospheric in his unexpectedly laid back remix. RJ being a one half of Durerstruben sends the original “Waltz on The Run” back in 2000’s on a summer cruise and D-Pulse’s homie Sportloto pours some fuel into the Russian cosmic-disco rocket.


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Posted in cutTheNoize on August 25th, 2015 by alt

Hansmann & Klausing - Who Are You Remixes (Cover Art)


Friendship, love or one’s own self-discovery – everything begins with this simple question: Who Are You?
With their title track from the eponymous debut album, the quartet Hansmann & Klausing is recalling this thought by supplying one of the summer anthems 2015. With a Caribou’esque light-footed breeze, the Erfurt-based act combines the sometimes moody, sometimes confident voice of singer Martin Hansmann with Sebastian Klausing’s subdued house beats, before Robert Fränzel is pushing the right keys on his saxophone.

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V.A. – Wilde Leben EP Part II

Posted in cutTheNoize on August 8th, 2015 by alt

Wilde Leben EP Part II (Cover Art)

After the tremendous response from you peepz on Part I and prominent support from such names like Adriatique, Purple Disco Maschine, Tensnake,  Acidkids,  Kruse & Nuernberg, Ruede Hagelstein,  Sven Dohse, Jad & The Ladyboy, Thomas Lizzara, Telonius, Oliver Schories, Rich Vom Dorf, Rico Puestel, The Deepshakerz, Weiss (UK),  Enzo Siffredi, Tim Engelhardt, Niki Belucci and many more… we are extremely delighted to bring you also the second part of the high quality Wilde Leben series which again features upcoming artists and well-known producers of the Berlin based agency.

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Posted in cutTheNoize on July 29th, 2015 by alt

Timo Jahns - Why Can't We Live Together (Cover Artwork)


Hailing from Göttingen, TIMO JAHNS is a mainstay in the German underground party circuit thanks to an endless list of re-edits, including his rework for the timeless ‘Pearls’ by Sade officially released on Get Physical’s sublabel Poesie Musik and flying through the Beatport charts earlier this year.

His love for soul singers is nothing new, so it’s no surprise that his latest release come in the form of a deluxe makeover of the 1972 Timmy Thomas masterpiece ‘Why Can’t We Live Together’.

Completely reimagined from top to bottom, this light and modern rendition beautifully lead the tune into pure atmospheric deep house territory that fits perfectly with the sultry and melancholic vocals which simply oozes passion. Exceptional from start to finish!


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