Heady | adj. \’he-dē \

1. tending to intoxicate or make giddy or elated.
2. marked by or showing good judgment.
3. intellectually stimulating or demanding.

Feb 242014
 

This year we have been delivered a handful of album releases from some of electronic music’s top performers, from The Glitch Mob and Big Gigantic, to Gramatik and SAVOY. Yet in the midst of all those compilations, it should be argued that The Noisy Freaks‘s highly anticipated ‘Straight Life’ album rivals the recent albums of those previously mentioned artists, and perhaps even surpasses them in the level of musical complexity, diversity, and ingenuity that it embraces.

‘Straight Life’ was recently released via Tasty Records and yes, it will undoubtedly receive less attention than Big G’s ‘The Night Is Young’ and The Glitch Mob’s ‘Love Death Immortality’. But if you take a deep look into what ‘Straight Life’ has to offer, you will most likely find that it has much more to offer than the albums currently creating a buzz in the mainstream realm of electronic music.

Spanning eleven, full length and meticulously polished productions, The Noisy Freaks’s ‘Straight Life’ album is by far one of the most diverse and unique releases that has surfaced in 2014, and is easily the most advanced release, technically and musically, that the duo has put out in their entire career. ‘Straight Life’ literally offers something for every electronic music listener, satiating cravings of progressive and electro-house fans to dubstep and glitch-hop aficionados. With that said, it is ill advised to pigeonhole any piece of this compilation into a genre as it embraces influences from turntablism, swing, drum and bass, funk, soul, house, hip-hop, disco, and so much more.

A riveting chef d’oeuvre, ‘Straight Life’ epitomizes and embodies what an all-encompassing amalgamation of musical styles fused into an electronic music overtone would sound like, and in a world where free music prevails over priced music, this is the ultimate exception as there is no price-tag that could truly reflect the value of what The Noisy Freaks have birthed with ‘Straight Life’. Their debut album is available now on Beatport, iTunes, Bandcamp, and Spotify, courtesy of Tasty Records.

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Feb 102014
 

Tease, tease, tease. That is all we’ve received from The Noisy Freaks this year and with each preview they release from their forthcoming album, it only intensifies the anticipating for their full release. ‘Cheer Song’ is a indie-dance styled release from their upcoming album ‘Straight Life’, an eleven track compilation that is sizing up to be one of their most polished and sensational creations. If you missed some of there others previews of the compilation, check out ‘French Club‘ & ‘Selection ‘ for a taste of the musical diversity that the album is encompassing.

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 Posted by on February 10, 2014 Disco/Indie Dance Tagged with: , ,
Jan 272014
 

Last week we shared a single off The Noisy Freaks’s forthcoming album titled ‘French Club‘, a stomping but musically rich mid-tempo production that was a rather new sound from the duo. Earlier today they released a full preview of the ninth track on their album, ‘Selection’, a melodically inspiring yet thrilling and energetically powerful electro-house production; right up your alley if you love The Noisy Freaks electro-house sound. Again, the full release will be out on Beatport, iTunes, and Spotify on the 17th of February, however, for those wanting to reserve it today, pre-order ‘Straight Life’ on Bandcamp.

Tracklist:
1.The Noisy Freaks – Prelude
2. The Noisy Freaks – Love Robot
3. The Noisy Freaks – Freaks Orchestra
4. The Noisy Freaks – Straight Life
5. The Noisy Freaks – French Club
6. The Noisy Freaks – Cheer Song
7. The Noisy Freaks – Funky Kids
8. The Noisy Freaks – Bring It Back (feat. None Like Joshua)
9. The Noisy Freaks – Selection
10. The Noisy Freaks – Hell & Back
11. The Noisy Freaks – Outro (Bonne Nuit)

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 Posted by on January 27, 2014 Electro, Electro-House Tagged with: , , ,
Jan 222014
 

We have been highly anticipating the release of The Noisy Freaks’s forthcoming album. And while the full release is still pending, the talented French duo has given us a full listen of one of the releases on ‘Straight Life‘. With ‘French Club’, The Noisy Freaks seamlessly deviate from their usual electro-house style and create a booming, funk-landen, and melodically rich mid-tempo gem. Though this is merely one release off the album, if it is any indication of the caliber and quality of the rest of the album, we can’t expect this to be one of the best compilations of 2014. The full release will be out on Beatport, iTunes, and Spotify on the 17th of February, but for those looking to lock it down today, pre-order ‘Straight Life’ on Bandcamp.

Tracklist:
1.The Noisy Freaks – Prelude
2. The Noisy Freaks – Love Robot
3. The Noisy Freaks – Freaks Orchestra
4. The Noisy Freaks – Straight Life
5. The Noisy Freaks – French Club
6. The Noisy Freaks – Cheer Song
7. The Noisy Freaks – Funky Kids
8. The Noisy Freaks – Bring It Back (feat. None Like Joshua)
9. The Noisy Freaks – Selection
10. The Noisy Freaks – Hell & Back
11. The Noisy Freaks – Outro (Bonne Nuit)

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 Posted by on January 22, 2014 Electro, Glitch-Hop Tagged with: , , ,
Aug 062013
 

Already sitting in the top 5 on numerous Beatport charts, F.O.O.L’s second Tasty Record’s EP is gaining an exponentially growing wave of support. If you missed the preview of the EP that hit their SoundCloud recently, F.O.O.L’s latest compilation is of course packed and overflowing with their explosive and brutal signature electro style, calling out to an audience that feeds off energy intensive electronic productions.

Spanning nine phenomenal tracks, five originals and four remixes from some incredibly talented acts like Anzo, Chimeric, Lets Be Friends, and F.O.O.L’s very own Rasmus’s Falcon Funk, it is no surprise that this EP skyrocketed to the top of several Beatport charts including #1 in Glitch Hop, #2 in Electro House, #2 in Dubstep, and #9 overall. Crafted with finesse from measure to measure ‘Feelings EP’ is a compilation that every electronic music devotee should have the opportunity to feast on. Stream the release in its entirety and pick up on official copy on Beatport.

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Apr 092013
 

One of the most consistent and unwavering distributors of superior electronic productions, Tasty Network, the precursor to what is now Tasty Records, has driven its presence into the market by promoting a unique selection of unparalleled electronic releases. Continuously bringing underground artists into the limelight, Tasty Records has quickly become a venue for some of the best sounds in the industry. The third EP to hit the label, Urban Contact’s Starburst EP, is a prime example of the talent the label fosters.

Urban Contact’s ‘Starburst’ has been on hold for quite some time, however, the wait was not without a spectacular reward. Not only is ‘Starburst’ now available, the original release is featured in an EP that contains remixes from some profoundly talented artists. From the likes of Rabbit Killer, PrototypeRaptor, Farleon, and others, each remix in the ‘Starburt EP’ is brilliantly crafted, flows with a pristine quality, and delivers an incredibly delectable assortment of sounds for electronic music listeners of all tastes. Worth every penny and more, the ‘Starburst EP’ is a release every ardent electronic music connoisseur will be guilt-riddend for not picking up. Stream the EP below and be sure to purchase a copy on Beatport.

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Feb 182013
 

One of the most highly anticipated releases on the newly founded label ‘Tasty Records‘, F.O.O.L’s ‘Destroyer Of Speakers’ EP has lived up to and exceeded every expectation for the release. In a five track compilation, the Swedish duo crafted a series of flawless productions, all hitting with an explosive feel, striking with varying melodies and hypnotic harmonic leads, and pounding with a destructive and rowdy electro force that’ll satisfy the gluttonous appetite of any electro fiend. Listen to the release in its entirety below and be sure to pick up a copy on Beatport.

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 Posted by on February 18, 2013 Album/EP, Electro, Electro-House Tagged with: , , , , ,