Mantis Radio 110 + Boris Noiz
The Fear Ratio – Fedec [Blueprint]
Øystein Jørgensen – Hidden [Pale Noir]
I†† – Zahgurim [Pale Noir]
Simplicity Is Beauty – Telemachus [The Public Stand]
WIKAN – Ghostrobe [Pale Noir]
Jake Conlon – Asymmetric [Cicuta Netlabel]
Blaq Robots – Lacia [malfunctioned.bandcamp.com]
Slam – System V System [Soma Records]
Zimbra Sound – 2 Turntables [Yarn Audio]
Riffs – This n That [Rag + Bone]
Bassbin Twins – SQSH [Bassbin Twins]
Voidloss – Slipping Into Ice Water [Singularity Recordings]
Perc – Cash 4 Gold [Perc Trax]
Blaq Robots – Clark [malfunctioned.bandcamp.com]
Phase 313 – Technological Singularity [Motorlab Records]
Hoth System – Bone Of A Saint [Cicuta Netlabel]
Killawatt – Re-engaged [Killawatt]
Kryptic Minds – Askum [Tectonic Recordings]
Simplicity Is Beauty – Operators Manual (The Exaltics remix) [The Public Stand]
Bombé – Tell (Riffs remix) [Fullfridge]
Structural Form – Welcome Techno [Cicuta Netlabel]
Scott Robinson – Splinter Sisters [Darkfloor Sound]
Nico Muhly – Part I Material in D [Bedroom Community]
Boris Noiz – Untitled
Point B – Suicide Beauty Spot (Boris Noiz remix – version 2)
Anodyne – Empire Of Light (Boris Noiz remix)
Boris Noiz – Rapid Transitions
Boris Noiz – Inceptive Point
Boris Noiz – Slashback
Boris Noiz – Untitled
Boris Noiz – Omniforma
Boris Noiz – Panorama
Boris Noiz – Diorama
This week, we return to Serbia, to present a very special live set (his first ever broadcast) from none other than Boris Noiz.
Noiz started making tracks back in 2003, and started DJing a year later. Vehemence, his first release, saw the light in early 2008 on Rottun Recordings. An industrial dubstep track that would form a foundation part of the soundprint Noiz continues to excel at, build on and unleash on the dancefloor. That same year the follow-up two collaborations with Excision got serious attention with Force receiving airtime from Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1.
What he releases into the sound system can best be described as a fusion of bass styles and genres forming an aggressive, dynamic, futuristic journey. His sound has taken him outside of his native Serbia to performances in Germany, Russia, Greece, Croatia, Spain and Hungary. His tracks continue to receive support from the likes of Surgeon, ScanOne, Warlock & Noyeahno, Stormfield and Electronic Explorations amongst many many others.
Aside from the Noiz soundset, Boris is working on two other projects; a collaborative industrial techno project with fellow Serb Dekode – Ontal. And a deep / acid house, 80s Chicago house inspired project – Lost In The Sound.
Back in Feb Blackmass Plastics interviewed Noiz for Darkfloor. The article gives an insightful look into the origins of the producer, musician, DJ and sound lover that is Noiz.
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