Trance music for the not-faint hearted.
Trance ‘Til Dawn proudly presents UNITED UNDER DANCE featuring Polish Trance DJ, INDECENT NOISE.
Along with TTD DJs Mael, John Odin & DBT in the main room; and Nomad Massive (Drum & Bass) at the roof.
Prepare for proper techno, uplifting, tech and psytrance beats on 9 NOVEMBER 2013, SATURDAY at TIME in Manila, 7840 Makati Avenue.
For discounted door charge, table reservations & inquiries: +639167777229
Event Link: https://goo.gl/ORWiEE
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Indecent Noise – Biography
Indecent Noise is a producer and engineer hailing from Warsaw in Poland. His sound is completely rapt in energetic and melodic trance sounds which can often use techier sounds to deliver devastating impact. Playing live, Indecent Noise fully uses the benefits of technology by using laptop and midi controllers with Ableton Live, making his sets special and unique. His fascination of electronic music started at a very young age, and at age 7, he was already listening to compilations from Jan Michelle Jarre and Kraftwerk. It was in 2004 when he decided to learn how to become a producer himself.
His first releases in 2006 where remixes of Viscid’s tracks that were released on “J00F Deep” and “Inaspace”. Over the next year he improved his ability and skills gaining experience in production and signing contracts with Neuroscience Recordings and Kerf Music, and certainly a turning point in his career was winning a remix competition which was organized by Communicate Recordings in 2008.
We fast forward to the present day, Indecent Noise has now become one of the most consistent and hardest working producers and remixers in today’s modern trance world. His skill and ability level have improved enormously since the early days, and his work can be found being released regularly nowadays on labels such as “Discover”, “Fraction”, “Nu-Depth”, “Unearthed” and more recently “Spinnin” and “Subculture” to name a few.
2011 seen tracks such “Battlestar”, “Over There”, “Warsaw”, “Surge” and “Preset Warrior” and “Grim Reaper” released alongside an extensive list of successful remixes. Topping all of these off was his debut compilation album, “Dark Sessions IV”.
Not one to rest on his laurels 2012 seen success after success. His EP on Simon Patterson’s “Night Vision” label which featured the hits “Trauma” and “Gambit” and his collab on Fraction Records with The Ridgewalkers entitled “Full Moon Fever” all charted very highly and received massive amounts of radio support including coveted ASOT plays laying successful foundations for the next batch of work.
Summer 2012 seen the birth of his brand new record label, “Mental Asylum Records”, showcasing the best in up-tempo uplifting trance and tech trance the label will be ran as a sub label of the increasingly successful “Fraction Records Group”. The label will not only feature original and remix work from Indecent Noise himself but also his favorite crop of producers. It has already featured in 2012/13 works from himself including “Phobia”, “Uncommon World”, “Supercharge” and “Disorder” as well as countless remixes for some of the other material released on the label. Singles such as “Protos Heis”, “The Darker The Better” and “Poltergeist” should all see summer releases in 2013.
Coupled with his studio success Indecent Noise has been touring all over the world in recent times exploring many new continents and countries with his tour schedule having taken him to USA, Canada, Argentina, Mexico, Italy, Poland, Germany, New Zealand, Ireland and The UK in the last 12 months. 2013 is set to be no different as Indecent Noise has toured across nearly every continent playing some of the world’s best known clubs and festivals adding to his ever growing global fan base.
Aside from producing and touring, Indecent Noise also has his own monthly radio show “Radio Bosh” which is broadcasted every month on the first Sunday, at prime time on leading online station, afterhours.fm. For times, track listings and downloads, keep an eye on his Website and his SoundCloud.