|New Noisia Video|
2010-05-02 by Deviant STAFF | 18 Replies | 2240 Views
Dutch drum & bass/breaks outfit Noisia have posted the video for their new single 'Split The Atom' to their official web page.
They will also be releasing the single as an E.P on May 31st, complete with remixes by legends Ed Rush & Optical, and a dubstep remix by Bar9.
You can also check out the video for 'Machine Gun' (their first single) here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAO-lzl3vVQ
Both videos are borderline NSFW
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Glad you did a review of their album dev otherwise I wouldn't have know about them, plus I wouldn't have found out that Amon tobin have worked with them which is totally awesome.
Pretty good video, wish they did more with the ink/paint in the bathtub, cuz that looks awesome.
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Welcome! You go to the message boards and log in, then you go to User CP and edit avatar (on the left) and upload one.
Holy fuck that was great. I listened to the album once closer back to the release date, and I thought it was good. But this song hit the spot...definitely revisiting.
Plus actually a well put together music video...first I've seen in a long time.
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SUCH a weird song. That was good music, but the video was just....blah so weird lolz. Great overall, though.
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They're picking the wrong songs to do music videos for!
Not really, this one's a much more mainstream sounding track for them. Makes perfect sense really
It's too clean, I want to hear them nasty. The vid is nasty, but it does not match the track. Either that, or they could pick a song featuring Foreign Beggars. BLAU!
It's too clean, I want to hear them nasty
True, but Noisia have completely different stylings. They have three different imprints to separate their releases. Vision for the d&b, Divison for more stuff like this, & Invisible for their more experimental stuff
That's pretty cool, actually; I like that concept.
And even though their album isn't a comp per se, you could look at it that way. If you want nasty d&b from these guys check out their old E.P's
I'll stick to my Enduser, THANK YOU.
Your loss, on both counts
Dev, u dum? Enduser is awesome. That's the kind of dnb I like.
machine gun is a great song, the video is cool too.