Noise Network 001 – Machine Cut Grooves

by on May 04, 2009 in Netaudio

I’m delighted to say that a project I’ve been involved as graphic designer with has had it’s first release and as it’s a net label you can download it for free.

Noise Network – Machine Cut Grooves
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Force – Psydermen
Jay Pace & Temper D – Moglin
Siege – Dagenda
Acidizer – Stretch

Massive thanks to everyone who’s been involved on this. Can honestly say that every track on this EP is deadly. And free.

Please feel free to share, distribute, and repost. We want this spreading as far and wide as possible.


The Noise Network is a collaboration of music makers. Veteran producers join forces with rising stars and unsung heroes. The aim of this label is to break fresh ground and breathe new life into the scene, without being troubled by commercial concerns. This is music created, compiled and released purely for the love of it, a collective effort for the benefit of the community.

Our first release features four standout tracks from four different producers.

Force – Psydermen
Force is one of many hidden gems within the scene, a truly unique take on techno that too few people are exposed to. Force cuts tracks as machines would create them themselves. His grooves pulse and grind with mechanical menace, searing metallic percussion and crunching rhythms. Psydermen is a perfect introduction to Force’s brutal yet undeniably funky bass heavy techno. Force has crafted his sound through years of involvement in the London free party scene, having come up alongside bands such as Depeche Mode and Nizter Ebb, and living through the early years when techno first broke across the UK. An artist to watch out for.

Jay Pace & Temper D – Moglin
Long time raving allies Jay Pace & Temper D set out to combine techno grooves and drum & bass energy in a collaborative project. Temper D is fast becoming recognized as a true pioneer of techno-influenced drum & bass, a leading light in the scene and a formidable DJ and performer. Jay Pace is an emerging producer, heavily influenced by both hardcore and rave together with techno minimalism. Currently making waves and gaining support from all corners of the scene Jay Pace is another artist to watch out for. Moglin captures peak time rave energy in its discordant synth loops, manic rhythms and earth-shaking bass tones.

Siege – Dagenda
Calvin Whittaker (aka Siege) has been tearing up parties across the UK for a decade, and is an established artist and producer in the UK scene, also recording under the name Solitude Suite with Casual Violence. Siege has played alongside a troop of world class talent, and with a strong understanding of the dance floor and an encompassing appreciation of techno, Siege is one of the most exciting artists producing today. Dagenda is a blistering peak time track – driving bass, pounding percussion and a relentless groove cleaves through this exceptional example of UK techno at its finest.

Acidizer – Stretch
Acidizer has cut a classic old school track – surging acid plays off against bubbling basslines, vintage beats and masterfully arranged percussion. Acidizer (aka J Rainen) has spent a lifetime listening to electronic music, from a childhood steeped in Jarre, Kraftwerk, early computer production to the rise of Acid House. He has produced acid alongside T.Kesa?niemi as Healium, and released on infamous imprints such as Skeletor Records, Djax Up-Beats & Communique Records. Acidizer has a simple philosophy – music is supposed to be fun, that’s what parties are about. Stretch incorporates this vibe and the attitude of the original rave spirit.

All tracks were mastered by Steve Loss at Black Monolith Studios.
For more info email voidloss@londontechno.co.uk

Artwork, design and photography by makemassair.co.uk