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Cassette release party of the Organic Cafe. Come on out and celebrate!
Opening for Buttafuco, who play lots of rock covers. Come on down: Moose Lodge, 6 Weston Street (off Wellington Rd.)
Come on down to the Old East Village Block Party on Lorne Avenue on Saturday, July 19th, 2014. Tons of fun for the whole family.
Record Store Day, y'all. I'll be opening up the festivities around noon. Come on down and support local musical talent.
April 1st London Showcase at Yuk Yuk's presented by Scene Magazine.
Sounds Like: Massive Attack, Thievery Corporation, Leftfield, DJ Olive, DJ Shadow
Manager: Tracey Lee-Matthews, PANGAEA'S PEOPLE (Global Arts Network)
Keyboardist Ed Matthews began the ethno-ambient Noise Level project in 2004 in order to create music that could exist in recorded form, yet lends itself to improvisation in a live setting.
In 2009, The Liquid Sky, was favourably reviewed in Exclaim magazine and climbed to the #3 position in CHRW'...See Full Bio
“Dub Knowledge presents London sonic electrician Ed Matthews (knowingly or unknowingly) at a familiar crossroads for many artists: pursue the commercial/popular or follow the road less travelled? The record shows Matthews continuing to explore more sophisticated new territory with forays into dub-derived scenarios and sometimes foreboding ambient sound paintings. But this listener’s ears locked right onto the album’s third track, ‘Jetstreams,’ a truly beautiful marriage of wistful human voice and spaciously recorded electronic wash and its follow-up ‘Lift Me (The Story’s Been Told)’ that recalled the more sublime moments from early-period Zero 7. Both compositions are head and shoulders above their companions here and clearly indicate what could be done at the meeting point between the human heart and well deployed wave forms. Stay tuned. – Rod Nicholson > Performance: B+/Production: B+”
Ask Noise Level anything...
Q: Very nice... Kat Cheela reminds me of Boards of Canada...
A: Hi Jim. Thanks so much for the kind words. Yes, there's definitely a BOC vibe in my work. I like combining their moody electronic textures with dub sounds and minimal house grooves.
Asked by Jim Kell. Answered on Sun Dec 14 2014All Questions