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When it comes to drum'n'bass and neurofunk, it really doesn't get any better than Noisia. They've been quite hyperactive those last few years, releasing lots of EPs, collaborations with other artists, managing Vision and Division, their two labels, and lately they've started a weekly podcast simply called "Noisia Radio". They will soon release a new EP with The Upbeats called "Dead Limit"



Their previous collab with The Upbeats was massive:


And here are a couple more tracks and remixes if you're not familiar with their music and want more :






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Listening to early Noisia in comparison to now is day and night. Their production skills have improved 10 ten fold. I may not be their biggest fan these days, but what they did for DnB cannot be disrespected. They deserve to be in the same conversation as Goldie and London Elektricity due to their influence on the genre. Also the Split the Atom album cover is hilarious. The 3 of them seem like comedy.

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Noisia's last ever show :'(


And what a set. They went all in for their last show !


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