if you didn’t know, make noise is a touring club night with a difference. in conjunction with radio 1′s benji b and brought to you by european recycling platform and heavenly music services, it’s a free initiative to put on great parties, encourage electrical recycling and support local music studios and budding producers. as such entry into any event is free if you bring along old electrical goods for recycling. what’s more, for each item of old electronics that’s handed in on the door; erp will donate £5 to local recording studios to go towards buying new equipment.
recently, however, the team have devised another new scheme entitled recycled versions. says the pr…
“representing the two main focus points of make noise, recycled versions operates as a virtual recycling bin for professional producers to throw in their old/unwanted music parts/noises, that can in turn be downloaded via facebook/soundcloud by the public to create something new, exciting and fresh – it’s exactly what recycling is all about.”
already the likes of andrew weatherall, sean johnston, oris jay and justin robertson have contributed parts with many more big names being tapped up all the time. to access them, check out the facebook page and look for the recycled versions tab. from there you can head to soundcloud where all the parts are hosted (unless you head there direct) whilst make noise have also set up a dropbox where you can upload your own recycled versions, the best of which will be posted and supported via the makenoise profile pages.
news of the make noise tour can also be found on their facebook page and run throughout november.