Subject: [REMINDER] NAW CD RELEASE PARTY NOV 6th 2004
From: Neil Wiernik (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 04 2004 - 16:11:07 EST
On Nov 6th 2004 at the Casa del Popolo in Montreal Noise Factory Records
will be holding a label night and CD release for NAWs newest album "green
nights orange days." Playing this night will also be two new Noise Factory
Artists HEXES & OHS - and our most recent signing NYBBL
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 2004
Noise Factory Records and CKUT brings you a night of free live music
featuring live performances by:
NAW - freshly back from his european debut, NAW will launch his newest
noise factory cd "green nights orange days" with live versions of his own
take on post electronic dance music from both his noise factory releases
as well as some new ones never heard before, you never really know what to
expect from a live set by this artist.
also appearing on this special night 2 of Noise Factory Records newest
HEXES & OHS - former members of: a vertical mosaic, show off their newest
electro-pop tuneage from their up coming noise factory release.
NYBBL - rochester NYs own 8 bit IDM rocker makes his debut north of the
border as a noise factory artist.
and rounding out the nights entertainment
KHANFUCIUS the mp3 dj selector for the night, will be helping to keep the
party going before, after and in between the live musical acts for the
DELRAY a recent transpant from San Fransico to Canada will be providing
the visual stimulation for the night. You'll enjoy beautifully obliterated
imagery delivered via his own custom software.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 2004
CASA DEL POPOLO,
how much: FREE
for more info visit: http://www.noisefactoryrecords.com
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Noise Factory Records brings you another fine evening, showcasing some of
its up coming releases for 2004 and 2005. These label showcases the second
for Montreal is designed to act as a sampling of the diverse sounding
talent this Canadian mainstay of a label has to offer. Each of these
label events is an assembly of some of the labels most interesting and
newest offerings its artists have to offer, all working to create an
Immersive deep listening experience. The evening will feature the release
of the latest offering from label alumni artist: NAW called "green nights
orange days". Over 2 years in the making the new NAW cd will be officially
released on this special night. freshly back from his european debut, NAW
will launch his newest noise factory cd with live versions of his own take
on post-electronic dance music. Performing a sampling from both his
noise factory releases as well as some new never heard before material,
you never really know what to expect from a live set by this artist. Also
appearing will be 2 of Noise Factory Records newest signings: HEXES & OHS
former members of: a vertical mosaic, show off their newest electro-pop
tuneage from their up coming 2005 noise factory release and NYBBL,
Rochester NYs own 8 bit IDM rocker makes his debut north of the border as
a noise factory artist and promises to help get the nights festivities
going with some deep introspective material. Rounding out the nights
entertainment will be none other then KHANFUCIUS the mp3 dj selector for
the night, who will be helping to keep the party going before, after and
in between the live musical acts for the evening with his own brand of IDM
left of centre sounds. San Fransicos very own DELRAY will be providing the
visual stimulation for the night, using his own self developed software
for video manipulation DELRAY will present his beautifully obliterated
imagery through out the night.
NOISE FACTORY RECORDS
Taken from various interviews with Joe English, Noise Factory Records the
man behind the label: "All roads lead back to Joy Division. They were the
most influential band during my teen years. From that point, everything
else fell into place. At one point I was so into electronic industrial
music that I began adopting the anti-guitar philosophy of Test Department.
That didnt last long. The next major influence came with David Sylvians
Secrets of the Beehive. I suppose these two musical styles represent the
scope of what would become Noise Factory Records. As for the Noise
Factory, it began as a college radio show on CHRY during the early 90s.
The show played mainly industrial, electronic and ambient music. We had a
couple of parties under the Noise Factory moniker, but once we graduated
university it all kind of ended. Life began to play its cruel little game.
I got a job at IBM and hated every day. So I started the label in 1996. I
knew nothing about running a label, and I had no contacts but I had a good
friend that was in a band, and wanted to put out an album. It made sense
at the time and it still makes sense."
"The Noise Factory is not made up of musicians or former record
executives. The Noise Factory came into existence out of a need and desire
for something new. We truly believe the music we represent is some of the
most wonderful and beautiful music currently being made. Unlike many indie
labels we offer a different viewpoint, one of the music lover and
montreal native neil wiernik began his explorations in electronic music
making as early as 1988. known to push the boundaries of his musical form,
naws music is a blend of sound manipulation/design, experimental music and
dub-tech rhythms, which on the surface sound quite simple, but incorporate
a number of touches that steer this artist away from being simply another
minimal techno or experimental laptop artist. he combines post-house,
dubby minimal techno, microsound and thick ambience, to create his own
version of deep techno, house and other electronic laptop oriented musics.
neil has released music on various national and international record
labels, including up coming releases in 2004 on clever-music, worthy
records and his follow up full length to his 2002 noise factory release
called green nights orange days due out october 2004 and will include
tours to co-enside with this release in canada and europe in
and through out 2005.
HEXES & OHS
Oh no, not another "couple" band! Yes, they are a couple, but they dont
sing about being a couple. In fact, the former "a vertical mosaic" twosome
Heidi Donnelly and Edmund Lam have played in bands together for so long
that kind of thing would have gotten old pretty quick. Instead they sing
about alienation and despair, with the occasional tongue-in-cheek
accompanied by synths, sequencers and guitars. They look up to bands like
New Order, Simon & Garfunkel, the Velvet Underground, Stereolab and
Tortoise. They end up sounding more like: the Postal Service, the Pet Shop
Boys and Belle and Sebastian. Their brooding, infectious and
dance-inducing new album will be out on Noise Factory Records Spring 2005.
You'll dance and you'll cry.
Combining sweet melodies, pulsating rhythms, field samples, and textures
culled from the world around us, nybbl interjects sweat and emotion into
the sterile landscape of digital music. Essentially a guitarist who was
courted by electronic music over the course of many years, nybbl attempts
to look past the accepted forms and genres of electronic music to a
boundaryless expression of heart and sound.
Local mixologist Khanfucius, has been providing various events in
Montreal, Winnipeg and Dublin, Ireland with a seamless blend of
IDM/ambient soundscapes and experimental music since 1996.
newly transplanted to Montreal from San Francisco, spends most
of his time honing his video work and staying out of the cold. You'll
enjoy beautifully obliterated imagery delivered via his own custom
software. His performances have recently been featured at various
venues such as ISEA04, Nuspirit Helsinki, Nuit Blanche, and La Batie
Geneva to name just a few.
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