on t you get fooled by the name of our 8th release! no up no down is the main title and the song itself is everything but linear. the organic percussion rhythms in combination with the warbling subbassline gets you into the groove from the first moment. the booming kicks and rough-hewn hats is lending a vibrant edge to the mix. a morphing ethereal guitar riff, filtered to the edge and the slightly insane giggeling vocal effects, carry you away in a chant-like hypnosis. nothing here feels like a static loop. it s a masterclass in restraint, tension built to breaking and then get resolved.
celebrating the seventh noon-records release, we are happy and proud to present you an ep with a name that speaks for itself. something strong is one of these high pressure peaktime cuts, that can turn any club or festival stage upside down. the slick combination of raw and dirty drum programming and twisted funky stabs & organ sounds, will take you on a ride. the head infecting vocals and synths during the break make sure, that no one will be left behind when the beat pounds in again and again. tommer is more on the bumpy house side. with it s massive bassline and percussive patterns, you can get any party started. a perfect track to round up an ep - truly dedicated to the dancfloor.
a ship called misterio takes us on a journey to the darker and harder spaces of noon records. where the last releases have been more dreamy and funky, this ep is nothing but techno at its finest. a ship called misterio takes off from the very depths of dissonant frequencies and builds up into a massive rolling drum pattern, distorted hooks and a hi-hat thunderstorm. be warned: this track doesn t show any mercy. a true peak-time record and nothing but dynamite for the dance floor.
we are very proud of their exquisite fusion of the organic and the technological sides of the music. we love that. the first listen leaved us with a huge smile on the lips and a thought: music does something for good, the rest almost nothing.
simple things is a love song about the end of love and a new beginning. simple things are those that separate the real, the true, and everything else. simple things is about that love that we all let go of, that we lose, and from which we learn so much about ourselves. because love always happens for the best. god hates us all is a digital extra that takes us to the dance floor as a place for rebirth, where the music heals us and returns life to us and to the celebration that it is.
where -oh year- takes you more to the funky side, -dayrun- is a more techno influenced trip to the dephts of the night. with the hypnotic synths and wobbly bassline it invites you to loose yourself in the dance. on the other side, the detroitesque strings, that glimpse up during the break and the pushing hihats, it leaves you with a smile and your hands in the air. to complete this fabulous ep, markus throws in some percussion and extra deep basslines on -pingel pangel snop-. a track that is filled up with funk & soul, designed to be nothing but a house track with a twinkle in one s eye. a true groove monster.
we are pleased to present the first ep of our label, noon records. to us, noon is much more than our label, much more than our name. noon is about life, about the cycles of life that happen every minute, every hour, every day. noon is about our own life, about your life.