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Celebrating the 100th release of Boysnoize Records, genre-defying German Boys Noize calls upon such esteemed and long-serving producers as Justice and The Chemical Brothers to remix two tracks from his latest album.

While Justice embrace their downtempo mindset for a smooth remix of thoroughbred Electronica in their take on ‘Ich R U’, The Chemical Brothers stay true to Ridha’s original work of ‘XTC’ with a continuous wave of gritty electro.

Out today on iTunes

Celebrating the 100th release of Boysnoize Records, genre-defying German Boys Noize calls upon such esteemed and long-serving producers as Justice and The Chemical Brothers to remix two tracks from his latest album.

While Justice embrace their downtempo mindset for a smooth remix of thoroughbred Electronica in their take on ‘Ich R U’, The Chemical Brothers stay true to Ridha’s original work of ‘XTC’ with a continuous wave of gritty electro.

The vinyl release is slated for March 18th. The digital release date is yet to be announced.

As the momentum continues to build around his highly-anticipated ”Outrun” album, Kavinsky releases a forward-thinking package of remixes for the album’s first single, ‘ProtoVision’.

Always ready and willing to push every boundary within Electronic Music imaginable, the undisputed German master of weird yet inspiring club delicacies Alexander Ridha, best known as Boys Noize, takes the lead with a tough yet softly ornamented remix. On the flip, New York-based producer Blood Orange puts a melodic nu-disco twist on ‘ProtoVision’, adding delicate vocals from aspiring London singer Lou Hayter of The New Sins to wrap up a remix pack of unconventional Dance music done right.

Out today on iTunes and Spotify.

The vinyl release also includes a remix from Sebastien Tellier.


Always ready and willing to push every boundary within Electronic Music imaginable, the undisputed German master of weird yet inspiring club delicacies Alexander Ridha, best known as Boys Noize, is back to take on remix duties for the first single to emerge from Kavinsky’s upcoming debut album. Swapping the downtempo stylings of ‘Protovision‘ for his own, forward-thinking take on Dance music, this tough yet softly ornamented remix makes for a strong testament to the true potential of unconventional club music done right.

Out soon along with remixes from Mumbai Science, Blood Orange, Turzi and Sebastien Tellier.

In the aftermath of his diverse third studio album ‘Out Of The Black,’ eclectic German producer Boys Noize returns with the remixes for album singles ‘Ich R U’ and ‘What You Want.’

Headlined by the downright inspiring sounds of veteran producer Stuart Price, now more commonly known as Jacques Lu Cont, and Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo, the remix package veers between futuristic and the more traditional stylings of Deep House and nu-disco.

Out today on Beatport.


As forward-thinking music verge slowly back into the scope of post-summer clubbing, it’s German suitor Alex Ridha embraces his Boys Noize moniker for 2012’s quite possibly most diverse full-length in his third studio album, ‘Out Of The Black’.

From Justice-like opening track ‘What You Want’ right through to the impeccable Techno of ‘Merlin’ and half-step rhythm of ‘Circus Full Of Clowns’ alongside Gizzle, the 12 track album is an eccentric journey into unconventional club music in its own right. Showcasing a forward-thinking collection of French House, dub step, Techno and hip hop, there is no denying the well-needed breath of fresh air ‘Out Of The Black’ is to modern Dance music. A thoroughly futuristic record, the undisputed German master of weird and inspiring club delicacies looks sure to inject a little fresh energy into a year otherwise dominated by predictable peak time action.

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Affirmative wobble master Sonny Moore, better known to the world as Skrillex, and German pioneer Boys Noize combine forces to form a new production outfit called Dog Blood. Straying considerably far from the dubstep stylings we have come to associate with the acclaimed American, the debut release of Dog Blood plays out as something you may expect come from Boys Noize alone.

But with the blistering chord play and overall distorted sound of ‘Next Order’ taking the headline spot, the heavyset drum work and bleepy keys of ‘Middle Finger’ takes the equally impressive B-side of an EP out to further testament to the dexterity of two of Dance music’s more prominent innovators.

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Update (28/11): The official video for ‘Next Order’ is now available below.

Middle Finger

Pete Tong is truly a legendary figure within the industry with his very own Essential Selection celebrating 20 years in the business this year. This week’s episode features Laidback Luke, telling us about his ultimate 24 hours and Alexander Ridha a.k.a Boys Noize joins in for a 15 minutes of fame. Take a listen, enjoy!

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Tracklist:

Alex Metric & Steve Angello — Open Your Eyes [Size / Positiva]
Michael Woods — First Aid [Diffused Music]
Retro / Grade — Reset [Deconstruction]
Clare Mcguire — The Last Dance (Kris Menace Mix) [Polydor]
Aloe Blacc — I Need A Dollar (Zinc Remix) [Vertigo]
Sharam — Fun [Yoshitoshi]
Paul Kalkbrenner — Plastscher [B Pitch Control]
Martin Dawson & Glimpse — No One Belongs Here More Than You (Ewans Balearos Maximons Remix) [Crosstown Rebels]

ESSENTIAL COUNTDOWN

Hercules and Love Affair — My House (Tensnake Remix) [Moshi Moshi]
Ellesse — New York Boy (Todd Terry Mix) [White Label]

ESSENTIAL NEW TUNE

Marco Carola – Groove Catcher (Martin Butrich Remix) [Minus]

24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE WITH LAIDBACK LUKE

Laidback Luke feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn  — Timebomb [Mixmash]
Maya Jane Coles — Beat Faster [Mobilee]
Dragosh — Warm Up [Desolat]
Leland McWilliams — The Heat (Tim Green) [Monique Music]
Japanese Popstars — Song For Lisa (Tong & Rogers Mix) [Virgin]
ID — Play Def [White Label]
Dave Spoon & TV Rock — FIVEg [Size]

15 MINUTES OF FAME WITH BOYS NOIZE

Boys Noize & Housemeister — Saturday [Boys Noize]
N*E*R*D — Hot ‘N Fun (Boys Noize Remix) [Universal]
Brodinski, Harvard Bass, Noob & Djedjotronic [Extreme]

WONDERMENTS

Röyksopp — Forsaken Cowboy [Wall Of Sound]
Clapz II Dogz — Dogz [Soul Clap]
Frivolous — Back Into The Deep [Cadenza]

HOT MIX

Joel Mull — Danny Boy [Truesoul]
Fritz Kalkbrenner — Kings In Exile (Booka Shade Remix) [Suol]
Alex Dolby & Santos — Avionic [Rockets & Ponies]
Nicole Moudaber — Amour Tropique [Intec]
Larsen & Luca Marano — Boom Rush The Show (DJ Kool Dek’s Kool Snares Edit) [Zoo Technique]

ONE MORE TUNE!

Nero — Me & You (Funkagenda’s Us & Them Bootleg) [White Label]

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/Anton & Jesper

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