I know it’s Star Wars Day, and my dear Mum’s birthday, too, but I wish to announce to everyone that the musical project NOISE LEVEL has finally come to an end. It has been an awesome sonic ride, both locally and across Canada, but I must now concentrate on my future as a college teacher and my passion as a writer. Many thanks to previous collaborators, including Cailen Dye, Carlo Hermann, and, most recently, Ryan Robinson. To say “thank you,” every release on Bandcamp (except the new one, Bliss) is now free or pay what you can. Thank you, and see you soon.
The digital release of Dub Knowledge is now available at http://noiselevel.bandcamp.com/
EKM/Noise Level won the Electronics Category at the 2013 JRMA. http://www.lfpress.com/2013/04/14/dixie-flyers-enshrined-in-jrma-virtual-hall
Check out Rob Ross's online interview with Aubrey Jax at BlogTO. http://www.blogto.com/music/2012/12/toronto_electro_artists_get_love_from_london_record_label/
Just finished reading an online review of "Body" in this month's issue of Exclaim magazine. Sweet!
Thanks so much to everyone for helping Noise Level to reach the #1 position in the Electronics Charts. Humbled and appreciated. If you're feeling adventurous, head over to EKM on Reverb Nation to check NL's new side project.
The reactions have been very positive over the new Noise Level CD, Body. The disc is currently being processed and will soon appear at ITunes, Amazon, etc.
I've posted "Dancehall Style," which is the last track from the forthcoming CD, Body. Now it's time starting road-testing the mastered sounds on friends' stereos. The CD should be out in early January. Peace.
A new song for ya, kids. "Caught (Can't Turn Back)." Check it out.
Okay kids, so I slacked off for a few days. But a new tune, "Tear It Up!" This track is from the forthcoming full-length CD, entitled "Cafe Flesh." Look it up, Wikifolks.