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Subliminal Noize is a 30 something Artist/Producer based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
In the late ‘80 he started to work as a DJ/Barkeeper in the world
famous Dynamo Hardrock club, some time later he was a crew member handling the overall showcase (lights & sound) with the local “trashgods” M.P.T.C..
At that time this teenager is mainly influenced by bands like Ministry, Skinny Puppy, Ozric Tentacles, Last Crack, Fear factory, Joy Division, The Cure, The Swans, Front 242, Tool, & The Rollins Band, but also his own musical projects, like “Civil Disobediance, (with later turned on into Dell)
In the summer of 1993, on a night out @club Pascha Amterdam he fell in love with Hardstyle, House & Xtc...
While studying a social education, he listen more and more to electronic music, alongside industrial & metal. With this broad musical taste, him and few others were at the base of the Industrial festival @ Dynamo Eindhoven.
Subliminal Noize, known for his filthy and mind warping sound has released "Happy End of the World" that features 3 new tracks and amazing remixes from Cold Therapy ,Restore X, Ethan Fawkes, Somaa, A.F.C and Hullabaloop.
For those who dont know who Subliminal Noize is, i'm adding that he is a dutch EDM producer , and describes his music as "unique sound of heavy baselines, dirty synths and massive drops ... as One transformer T-Rex killing another transformer T-Rex with dubstep cannons"
Distorting and often eliminating harmony and melody from his music, disrupting and dislocating lyrics, Subliminal Noize has successfully morphed from the noizy boy outside the nightclub to the boy who’s gone back in, found a space and danced like he’s wired up to Guantanamo.
Happy End of the World begins with some familiar ingredients - Prophecy (intro) has a clear reference to The Number of the Beast (Iron Maiden,1983)
With bass like storm clouds, What's my name? , takes you on an somewhat electronic raggae style introductions and then drops you flat on your face with insanely heavy dubstep.
Happy End of the World remixed by Hollabaloop starts with a fantastic house like intro before switching into mind jolting breaks and wobbles while Cold Therapy brings Genetic Armageddon Takeover System in an agressive tactical beats layering.
Addictive Fuzz Conspiration , with "White Trash" brings a breeze of uplifting energetic synths and brewing up the dubstep style , while Somaa creates a crazy rithmic d&b beat in his remix of Happy End of the World.
Little persian girl , initially a cinematic track, is transformed by Ethan Fawkes in a heavy industrial EBM sound which is completed by the vocal pitches as the melody takes off.
The last remix on the album, Restore X 's work on Genetic Armageddon Takeover System breaks its mechanicalness, transcends “the grid” (what many musicians consider what a software sequencer looks like) into a emotional landscape, a landscape of behavior, beat, and seismic bass.
Helio is wonderfully simple and elegant in both its delivery and production, with lush pulsating bass, heavy percussion, crisp snare and dreamy ambient synths.
Portishead 's "Roads" covered by Subliminal Noize represents a struck of musical genius,featuring a sci-fi electric feel to the track, enveloped in sorrowful elegant strings and massive bass lines that trembles with pain chasing the chords.
Happy End of the World wants to create political,spiritual and emotional awarenes, in the frame of a doomsday scenario(12-12-12).It's refreshing to hear an album with such diversity (in all senses of the word), whilst still retaining a real electronic authenticity.
Guts, glory, passion and stories.
Happy End of the World has them all in spades.
So Spread The Word, Hype The Hype And be Subliminal