Madteo ‎– Noi No



Dead Drop (When I Saw You That Nite)
Gory Glory
Bugged In Gaza
Vox Your Nu Yr Resolution
Rugrats Don’t Techno For An Answer
Il Capolinea
Tanti, Maledetti E Sempre
Vitruvian Nightmare

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Sähkö-027 Madteo Noi No(2xLP, Album) Sähkö Recordings Sähkö-027 Finland 2012 Sell This Version
SAHKO027DIGI Madteo Noi No(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Sähkö Recordings SAHKO027DIGI Finland 2012
Sähkö-027 Madteo Noi No(2xLP, Album, TP) Sähkö Recordings Sähkö-027 Finland 2012 Sell This Version


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October 7, 2017
referencing Noi No, 2xLP, Album, Sähkö-027

Fantastic album, best Madteo in my opinion, tiers to Mad dip revue
five stars, will keep this record forever


July 10, 2015
referencing Noi No, 11xFile, MP3, Album, 320, SAHKO027DIGI

"In the name of the Lord," you may find yourself asking while listening to this record, "what is this unknowable shit?" And, yep, trying to fathom this record could suck up all of your days. However, I generally tend to regard this as a positive thing, especially when the trying is as much fun as it is here. Madteo is for sure some kind of depraved genius. Even "Vox ... " - a track which sounds like pish on paper, consisting as it does of nowt but a looped question and answer - leaves me almost terminally disappointed when it ends, such is the inhuman skill with which it's done. "Change We Could But Didn't" also deserves special mention; the laughs are frankly few and far between on this record, but this hiphop track is so hilariously malnourished that it'll be sure to send you home with a smile on your face.


October 26, 2014
referencing Noi No, 2xLP, Album, Sähkö-027
i just wanna be able to keep my health, my attitude and a record collection

oh yeah



May 19, 2013
referencing Noi No, 2xLP, Album, Sähkö-027

casual listeners should stay away. If you judge an LP upon first listen, there's a new Daft Punk better suited for you and this one might leave a bitter taste in your aural mouth. I like my music "out there," somewhere in a place rooted in the thoughts that make you question everything you believe in. These songs are deeply meditative, engrossing and full of moments that will have you pondering what your next anything will be/come from, this LP is an exercise in patience, triumph, tragedy, love, hate, and everything in between. This is one for the pontificators. Life Music. Instant classic for me. Personal highlights are "Dead Drop," "Rugrats Don't Techno..." and the foggy and murky "Change We Could but Didn't feat. Sensational," though it's all good to me.


March 4, 2013
referencing Noi No, 2xLP, Album, Sähkö-027

It's got some cool ideas, but on the whole it's not all that memorable. I first came across Madteo through the track "Rugrats Don't Techno For an Answer", which was an interesting piece with a catchy, creative use of a Drake sample. I figured the rest of the album might be comparably innovative but this isn't really the case. "Dead Drop" is the only other strong track on the album, the rest just gets too sample-crazy with mediocre results. NOI NO is a short album at barely above 50 minutes in length, and it feels very short nonetheless. I applaud Madteo's original approach but in the end, it's probably better to do something tried and true and do it well then to go beserk on the sampler in this manner.