[EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM] Kill The Noise – Occult Classic : Must Hear Album

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It's been quite a stellar journey for LA-native Jake Stanczak, better known on stage as Kill The Noise. The producer/DJ experienced an explosive rise in popularity thanks to his multi-faceted approach to bass music and is credited for pushing not only the genre, but making the dance world as a whole a little bit heavier.

When news first broke of Kill The Noise releasing a debut full-length album via long-time friend and bass wunderkind Skrillex's OWSLA label, many gushed over the possibilities of Jake's production spread majestically across an entire body of work. So far, we've been gifted with some hyper-powered creations from Occult Classic, Though whimsical in design, the collaboration "Dolphin On Wheels" with Dillon Francis is hypnotically fresh and meshes the two producers styles perfectly. Kill the Noise stretches his prowess into the surging future house landscape with "FUK UR MGMT" and interlocks the melodic arrangements with busting bass clips that gives it a real club heavysheen.

Today we've been blessed to premiere the full stream of Kill the Noise's Occult Classic for a full 24 hours before its release for your audible pleasure! Dimensional collaborations with past tour-mates Feed Me — "I Do Coke" — and Tommy Trash"Louder" —  will surely appease both sets of fan-bases, Surprising favorites from the album are "Mine," which features lush classical guitar lines and prime vocals from Bryn Christopher pumped with a cinematic mixture of electro-bass aesthetic. "Lose ya Love" is a whirlwind of disco aesthetics building bright towards some devilishly dirty bass drops that can crush any festival mainstage audience around the world. 

Kill the Noise stepped well into a new frame for Occult Classic while adequately showing how the bass genre can still incorporate new styles into the production. His comments on "All In My Head" say it best: "You have to reevaluate your perspective and priorities. I started making music because it was fun, and it has to be remain fun otherwise you're just torturing yourself." The spirit of this release leaves a very "never a dull moment" taste on the audible palette  and as one of bass music's longest tenured producers, Kill the Noise still knows how to make danceable bangers for all to enjoy! Stream the full album below and catch Kill The Noise on his Occult Classic tour with GetterWuki and AWE with full dates below. 

Kill The Noise – Occult Classic (Exclusive Album Stream) | Pre-Order on iTunes

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Kill The Noise "Occult Classic" Tour Dates:

October 1st – Atlanta, GA – Teminal West (w/ AWE)
October 2nd – Toronto, ON – Hoxton (w/ AWE)
October 3rd – Rochester, NY – Anthology (w/ AWE)
October 7th – Washington, DC – Soundcheck (w/ AWE)
October 9th – Knoxville, TN – NV (w/ Getter)
October 10th – Oklahoma City, OK – Kamps (w/ Getter)
October 11th – Cleveland, OH – LiquidSixx (w/ Getter)
October 14th – Missoula, MT – Stage 112 (w/ Getter)
October 15th – Salt Lake City, UT – Sky SLC (w/ AWE)
October 16th – Detroit, MI – Elektricity (w/ Wuki)
October 17th – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe @ Old National Centre (w/ Wuki)
October 21st – Milwaukee, WI – Miramar Theater (w/ AWE)
October 22nd – Phoenix, AZ – Monarch Theater (w/ AWE)
October 23rd – Dallas, TX – Lizard Lounge (w/ AWE)
October 24th – Austin, TX – Kingdom (w/ AWE)
October 29th – Portland, OR – The Basement of Euphoria (w/ AWE)
October 30th – Denver, CO – Beta (w/ AWE)
November 1st – TBA – TBA
November 6th – Madison, WI – Majestic Theater (w/ Wuki)
November 7th – Columbia, MO – Blue Note (w/ Wuki)

[PREMIERE] Kill The Noise with Madsonik – Spitfire Riddim (Ft. Twoton) : Drumstep / Bass

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Kill the Noise has already treated us with a collaboration between Dillon Francis titled, "Dolphins On Wheels", "Kill It 4 The Kids", which features AWOLNATION, and the recently released heater "Fuk Ur MGMT" from his Occult Classic album. Now today we premiere a track that showcases Kill the Noise's innovative capabilities perfectly.

"Spitfire Riddim" is charged up with an electrifying drum n bass foundation with heavy electro drops, hyperactive drumpstep bursts from Kill The Noise and Madsonik and reggae accents thanks to the vocals from twoton.  

This is a tune for all die hard bass enthusiasts, so turn the volume all the way up and if you pre-order Kill The Noise's "Occult Classic" album below you receive 4 songs from the album early. Look out for the full release dropping October 9th on OWSLA! Enjoy

Kill The Noise – Spitfire Riddim | Pre-Order on iTunes

Kill The Noise Ft. Dillon Francis – Dolphin On Wheels : Hilarious Dolphin Inspired Electro Single

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"Dolphins are our friends, don't ever forget that!" The aforementioned statement is not only 100% true, but was projected over the microphone when OWSLA signed producer and longtime TSIS featured artists Kill The Noise played his newest collaboration with Mad Decent ace Dillon Francis in front of the packed crowd at North Coast Music Festival. "Dolphin On Wheels" hyperactive structure sounds like what goes on in a 6 year-olds brain who digested entirely too much candy and is spinning out of control.

Pinning an exact genre is damn near impossible but that's the joy of experimental collaborations; you never know what producers will conjure up and in this case, Kill the Noise and Dillon deliver an unorthodox yet fully charged single that moves to its own rhythm. This release is slated to be on Kill The Noise's forthcoming Occult Classic album dropping Friday, October 2nd. Stream the track below and check out KTN first single "Kill It 4 The Kids" as well! Enjoy

Kill The Noise Ft. Dillon Francis – Dolphin On Wheels | Pre-Order on iTunes

BASECAMP Bridges Indie and Electronic On Must Hear Debut “Greater Than” EP via Skrillex’s OWSLA label

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Greater Than

A masterclass in synth-driven experimentation describes Nashville production group BASECAMP's brand spanking new EP, Greater Than. As the newest signee's to Skrillex illustrious OWSLA imprint, the trio's sophomore work is an exact representation of the label's keen eye for featuring eclectic acts across multi-faceted genres. BASECAMP pumped an absurd proportion of lush, melancholy vocals into the EPs ethos; counterbalancing the sensual electronica elements to perfection. The seamless nature between the singles is extraordinarily fresh and relaxing! Delve deep in with an open heart and spirit, and look for more to come from BASECAMP in the near future. 

BASECAMP – Greater Than EP | iTunes




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