Hot off the back of the huge 50th release on Dirtbox and a massive return to the label, we come back thick and fast with very little time to spare and introduce a relatively new name to the label in Noize Komplaint, a true collaboration of the minds with a faction of US DNB Producers coming together to create a brand new sound.

Formed in 2015, Mike Thomas, Dave Hauser, Greg Oerlemans, and Brett Baker, have already showcased their collective minds and talents with other industry labels such as L Double’s Flex Records, where they unleashed “Rock Solid”.

Formed in 2016, Boomslang Recordings has become a permanent fixture to high-profile DNB charts alike and clubs plenty across the world Noize Komplaint in separate entities otherwise known as Gigan, ESKR, Bad Martian and TLDM are only just begun,

1. Noize Komplaint “Contact”
The starter for the EP and the first track from this release to be signed up we kick start with the remnants of a first contact expedition with the unknown, something so dark and dastardly there are no human words to explain. Well, there are a few but one we will stick with for now is dark. This one would not go a miss being likened as a Hardware classic for all those that know back in the day and all 4 producers’ sound shines right through on this one with the perfect blend of effects and dirty synths.

2. Noize Komplaint- “Extinction” (Transforma Remix)
Before we land the ship, and the final track of the release we decided to flip the switch here and let you hear the remix first. The one they call Transforma was unleashed on this one and another classic sound is uncovered and homage is paid as we go full-on 2008 Tech step vibe on this one. Limewax and Tech Itch-influenced screeches take this to the next level as the true Neurofunk bassline hits and a new direction is taken within the work before culminating in absolute dance floor-induced chaos for our second drop of the track.

3. Noize Komplaint- “Extinction”
We round up an easily best seller of 2024 with the original mix of ` Extinction` a total of 2 years in the making. It finally gets its release surrounded by 2 amazing tracks on either side to create the Darkest of Darkstep sandwiches. Massive switch-ups on this one and a tornado of highly processed synths turn this one into a best-until-last scenario and one that will never be forgotten

Alien Force EP lands May 10th. Pre-order here


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