Noisuf-X, the side-project of X-Fusion – German musician, producer & DJ, Jan L. – build an apocalyptic world of out harsh distorted beats, experimental sounds and sequences upon simple, linear, even near-monotony tempos and construction alike many other German electro outfits since the pioneer Kraftwerk up to nowadays Atari Teenage Riot.
In 1988, Jan L. began producing music on a Commodore 64 combining electronic sounds with organ-sequences and vinyl-elements. Constantly he upgraded to better equipment and technology evolution, releasing more improved and better productions as technology evolved.
While under the moniker of X-Fusion he’s style of music evolved in the direction of Techno/Acid/House, with Noisuf-X get down on the path of EBM to get to power noise and aggrotech including some breakcore and technoid influences.
Fuck, I’m really not an expert on this! 😆 😆 😆
So, as Jan L. define he’s own project: “The projectÂ´s definition is simple and clear: An apocalyptic and fearful view of the world is what NOISUF-X, the side-project of X-FUSION, is dealing with. It describes a cold and hopeless atmosphere musically with harsh distorted beats, experimental sounds and pushing sequences. The recurrent soundstructures and its simple monotony build a catchy opposite to X-FUSION.”
01 â€“ Stay Still
02 â€“ Clubhit
03 â€“ Es Wird Brennenâ€¦
04 â€“ Done In 15 Minutes
05 â€“ Strange Signal
06 â€“ First Time Optimistic
07 â€“ Shout Loud
08 â€“ Fulfill Its Promise
09 â€“ Wir F-hlen Den Krach
10 â€“ Future Ska (Featuring Population)
11 â€“ What
12 â€“ HiFi
13 â€“ MurderHouse
“Dead End District” is another powerful release balancing between dancfloor pulse and industrial noises. This is a club compatible material, but still quite intense one. For this album Noisuf-X collaborating with one of the biggest SKA-Newcomers around:â€˜Population from U.K. and they delivered a noisy and high-energy future Industrial-Ska product. Worth to check it out!