Noise & Noise "Supernova" (Tokyo Electro Beat Recordings 005)

  • Noise & Noise "Supernova" (Tokyo Electro Beat Recordings 005)

    01. Supernova1 02:54
    02. Supernova2 04:06
    03. Supernova3 03:02
    04. Supernova4 03:28
    05. Supernova5 04:27
    06. Supernova6 02:55
    07. Supernova7 02:06
    08. Supernova8 03:49

  • This stuff is weird, yet quite interesting. Deffo hear lot of Gerald Donald influence out of it - mixed up with chinese traditional sounds, unheard be4 i'd say.

  • Here's the review I wrote:

    Noise&Noise - Supernova LP - Tokyo Electro Beat Recordings TEBR-005

    It seems like TEBR is getting into its stride with an outings rhythm of one release per month. Following Yoshihiro Hayashi's EP in april, Chinese wizard Noise&Noise signs his inaugural album on the Japanese electro imprint. This prolific artist hailing from Beijing is not a newcomer on the electro scene, having already published numerous albums between the years 2011-2012 including “Technology and Civilization” on US Transient Force, or "Civilization" & "Square Kilometre Array" on french label Antizero.

    Dancefloor friendly yet experimental, the eight tracks of his brand new "Supernova" opus venture into apocalyptic lands, combining industrial synthesizers, evil sonorities and wild beats. Influences of Zhang Hue Feng come from the Detroit area (from Dopplereffekt to Arpanet, passing through Drexciya), but his dark style, made of cold melodies and clinic distortions, remains personal, pushing the boundaries of an often too rigid genre.

    Filled with retrofuturism, the album merges horrorific tones to unhealthy atmosphere comprise of paranoiac and psychotic components to bring closer to Bulgarian Petar Tassev aka Manasyt's style (Touchin'Bass, Roulette Rekordz, Bunker) if you know what I mean. Although the energetic cuts might sound freestyle, "Supernova" appears as an intricate star with very structured architecture.

    If luminous yet powerful "Supernova 1" to "Supernova 4" are focused on the dance-floor, the other tunes reveal a successful experi-mental approach feed with deeper electronica flavors, shuffling a driving shock wave after a stellar Supernova explosion in space.

    Causing a burst of radiation that will no doubt outshines the entire electro galaxy thanks to sparse electro funky touchs over metallic hammering and harsh beats, this serious and inspiring album will guaranty circles on the dancefloor. Another surprising and essential release from the TEBR camp!

    Digital, experimental electro

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