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.

Dec 102014
 

Tastefully reminding us that France is beyond adequately populated with incredibly talented electronic music producers, The Noisy Freaks deliver their remix of Jamiroquai’s ‘Virtual Insanity’. The duo serves up an emblematic remix, staying true to the The Noisy Freaks’s rudimentary stylistic encompassing of funk, soul, and electro. Leaving little to nothing left to be desired, The Noisy Freaks fill the release with wiring electronic glitches, bleeps, and cuts, all position within and around bouncy funk-laden rhythms, talk-box like vocal snippets, and enveloping bass notes, all mixed to you leave swathed in a cocoon of essential musical nourishment.

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 Posted by on December 10, 2014 Electro, Funk, Remix Tagged with: , , , ,
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: , , ,
May 212013
 

Breaking the silence after several months of no new releases, the oracular French duo The Noisy Freaks, who has brought us unforgettable hits like their remix of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’, the incredible collaborative remix with FEEX of Knife Party’s ‘Bonfire’, and their massive remix of KDrew’s ‘Last Train To Paradise’, has breached the surface to deliver a brand new electro house release.

Taking a break from the production of their forthcoming album, The Noisy Freaks are providing us with a taste of the electro style they’ve gravitated toward with ‘Bipolar’. Resonating with a deep, semi-dark feel, gloomy melodies, and moving chord progressions, the duo bring us a mint, masterfully crafted, and exhilarating electro-house freebie. Available for free download via The Noisy Freaks’s Facebook, snag up Bipolar for free and be on the lookout for their forthcoming album, set to release later this year.

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 Posted by on May 21, 2013 Electro, Electro-House Tagged with: , , ,
Dec 272012
 

A while back in November you might remember us sharing what was, and still is, one of the best remixes of Knife Party’s ‘Bonfire’ from a French duo of duos, The Noisy Freaks & FEEX. (If you have yet to hear it, it is highly advised that you check it out.) For those of you who are familiar with what these two groups are capable of when they come together, their latest collaboration will be a treat you thoroughly enjoy.

Just the other day they released their collab remix of NERVO & Hook N Sling’s ‘Reason’, taking the electro flow of the original and transforming into in a deep, melodically hypnotic, unabrasive yet heavy dubstep anthem. Everything is synced to perfection, be it the vocals, the synths, the keyboard progressions, or the electric guitar riffs, the composition stands untarnished in every layer. The remix is up for grabs and if you’re in need of a pacifying dubstep sound, head over to FEEX’s Facebook for a free copy.

Free Download

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 Posted by on December 27, 2012 Dubstep, Remix Tagged with: , , , ,
Dec 162012
 

It’s hard to think of another country like France, who has produced some of the greatest electronic acts of all time and continues to be the home for an enormous body of electronic music producers with profound talents. Neus, hailing from the country’s capitol, is just one of the many examples in that group of individuals, and his latest EP, ‘Turn It Up’, distinguishes him as one of the most visionary and musically gifted figures in the scene, not only in his home country but across the entire geographical spectrum that electronic producers come from.

Several people, us included, have been highly anticipating this release as it contains some of the freshest sounds to breach the surface in these winter months. Neus puts together an immaculate compilation of some powerful electronic compositions, namely ‘Turn It Up’ & ‘Scream For Daddy’ which each hit with a bouncy and exhilarating flow, and some smoother sounding vibes like ‘Loin’, and his dreamy intro track, ‘Prelude’. The EP is now out on iTunes and if it has not caught your attention, be sure to preview the release below in addition to some massive remixes of his ‘Turn It Up’ track from some Heady Tunes favorites, The Noisy Freaks and Savant. Get your official copy here.

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 Posted by on December 16, 2012 Album/EP, Dubstep, Electro, Electro-House, Remix Tagged with: , , , , , ,
Nov 232012
 

A little over a week ago the prominent French duo from Bordeaux France, The Noisy Freaks, released their latest electro-house tune, a track they had been teasing us with for weeks prior. Earlier today they officially released ‘Tasty Planet’ for free and it can be picked up on their Facebook download page. Remix stems for the song will be issued out within a week so for any producers out their, stay tuned as you’ll be able to snag those up for free as well.

Those unfamiliar with the name, The Noisy Freaks has been an act whose productions we’ve have had the greatest privilege and pleasure in sharing. From their remix of KDrew’s ‘Last Train To Paradise‘ and Steve Wonder’s ‘Superstition‘, to their remix of Skrillex’s ‘Make It Bun Dem‘ and Knife Party’s ‘Bonfire‘, every release from these guys has been absolutely amazing on all levels including complexity, originality, and musicality. ‘Tasty Planet’, as the name could imply, is a fresh and flavorful electro-house jam that will leave any ardent electro fan overly satisfied. So if you’re not familiar with this act, and even if you are, show some support, give ’em a Facebook like and pick up one of hottest hits circulating through the web right now. ☺Enjoy☺

FREE DOWNLOAD

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 Posted by on November 23, 2012 Electro-House Tagged with: , ,
Nov 012012
 

A duo of duos. This is one you ought to jump on right away. Yesterday FEEX and The Noisy Freaks released their collaborative remix of Knife Party‘s ‘Bonfire‘. Don’t hold your breath. If you’ve followed our recent posts then you know that above anyone else, The Noisy Freaks are equipped to touch any track, big or not, and turn it into something golden. And with FEEX, an act hailing from the same region of France, they turn an already massive tune into an explosive drumstep reggae jam, with some amazing horns and a sick guitar solo midway. Give it a play and be sure to snag this up for free.


*Free Download*

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 Posted by on November 1, 2012 Drumstep, Dubstep, Remix Tagged with: , , , , ,