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Via Twitter, Boys Noize has just released the tracklist for his 3rd studio album, Out of the Black, which will be released on Boys Noize Records on October 16th.

Out of the Black
1. What You Want
2. XTC
3. Missle
4. Ich R U
5. Rocky 2
6. Circus Full Of Clowns
7. Conchord
8. Touch It
9. Reality
10. Merlin
11. Stop
12. Got It ft. Snoop Dogg

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Good morning! Today’s stories include Fatboy Slim at the Olympics, the Diplo and Friends Dirtybird Takeover, and Skrillex and Boys Noize’s Dog Blood Middle Finger EP. Please read on after the jump.

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Good morning! Today’s stories feature Boys Noize, the Great Convergence 2012, the Moogfest 2012 Lineup, Skream Presents Skreamizm, and Rustie’s North American Tour. Please read on after the jump.

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Theatre of Delays has gotten a hold of the new technopunk Boys Noize track “What You Want” and flipped that bad boy on its head.  The Theatre of Delays remix douses the original in liquid synths and sets it on discopunk fire.  The synth melody is reminiscent of the Tom Tom Club or more recently the track “Girls” by Prodigy.  Add in some heavy vocoder and you’ve got yourself some pure robotic bliss.

Get on that FREE robo-boogie…

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Next Monday, August 6th will see the release of ‘XTC’ — the first official single from Boys Noize‘s upcoming third studio album, Out Of The Black. I remember the first time I heard ‘XTC.’ It was just after 5AM on the Cosmic Meadow stage at Electric Daisy Carnival 2011 in Las Vegas. Boys Noize had just walked onto the stage, equipped with his standard canvas DJ bag and a black snapback cap. He walked behind the decks and casually whipped up ‘XTC’ as his opening track. Unaware of what it was at the time, I was immediately energized by the relevant, repetitive, robotic vocals of the Techno jam that I knew had to come from the mind of Mr. Ridha. Over a year later, we will now see its release on Boys Noize Records. √+ Continue Reading

HARD Summer at the LA State Historic Park in Downtown Los Angeles is right around the corner, and with 2 days, 4 stages and one of the biggest, most diverse lineups HARD has ever put together, it’s safe to say that this year’s festival may be the best HARD production (on land) to date.

Set times have just been released this morning via the HARD Summer Website, so make sure to head over there to get your nights scheduled. Some tough acts are going head to head, but with the landscape of the festival grounds providing for easier movement about the festival, I think we’ll all be able to catch a bit of everything we need to.

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If you haven’t heard already (which I’m sure is unlikely), Techno mastermind Boys Noize will be releasing his 3rd full length titled Out Of The Black on October 2nd on his own Boys Noize Records which will be accompanied by a 25 city tour featuring the first live performance from Mr. Ridha. Yesterday, we heard the world premiere of ‘What You Want’ on Rolling Stone, and the first single from the highly anticipated album is unsurprisingly astounding. Stream ‘What You Want’ and see the list of European live dates below. √+ Continue Reading


Happy Friday! Today’s news features Daft Punk, Boys Noize, A Guy Called Gerald, Dubspot + Ableton free trials, Decibel Festival, Aphex Twin, M83, Live Nation, and John Tejada. Please read on after the jump.

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Every since the release of Kling Kong Audionite has been a busy man; not only has the young producer been touring Europe but he also managed to produce a full-length studio album, Adjustment Path, which dropped yesterday on Boysnoize Records.  The album is an experimental thrill ride, full of complex synthesis and groovy dark beats that will get your head bobbing.  Make sure to keep an eye on Audionite and expect even bigger things from the brilliant producer in the future!

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