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Frantic Noise

Frantic Noise

Frantic Noise


Frantic appears not as something that is frenetically out of control but in relation to the shamanical state of consiousness reached colectivelly during a ceremony. Nois-e: Nois equals 'us' in portuguese, and in english is usually defined as some unwished or non intentional sound and therefore, as the opposite of music. Frantic Noise is Matias Benamo, born in Buenos Aires in May of 1984. From the beginning he developed high interest in technology, computers and music. Read more on Last.fm
Frantic appears not as something that is frenetically out of control but in relation to the shamanical state of consiousness reached colectivelly during a ceremony. Nois-e: Nois equals 'us' in portuguese, and in english is usually defined as some unwished or non intentional sound and therefore, as the opposite of music. Frantic Noise is Matias Benamo, born in Buenos Aires in May of 1984. From the beginning he developed high interest in technology, computers and music. His productions are easy to recognize and characterized by the fusion of different textures of music.

Solid production, strong rhythms, rolling basslines, mind-bending atmospheres built in with complex synthworks result into deep & colourful journeys through sound, making it a perfect live performance for night or twilight hours, as well as for home listening. In 2002 he started producing trance music in colaboration with Filter in a project called Megalopsy. After the release of their debut album The Abstract Machine by Trishula Records, and several other tracks in other compilations, z1P and Filter founded Dark Prisma Records (darkprisma.com.ar), a label focused mainly on releasing fresh psychedelic tunes. His debut album as Frantic Noise, The Nordland Orchestra released by Dark Prisma Records on July '06 bombed the dancefloors around Europe and had a very positive reaction in all the psy freaks around the world. Including awesome reviews by Damion and Death Posture.

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