Dutch Drum n Bass production trio consisting of members Nik Roos, Martijn Van Sonderen and Thijs De Vlieger from Groningen, The Netherlands. NOISIA took their name from the word VISION inverted on an upside down VHS tape.

Noisia has performed across the world while also producing a wide variety of music, including Drum & Bass, House, Breaks, and other electronic sounds and genres. They currently own three record labels: Vision, Division and Invisible Recordings.
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Noisia Discography


VSNCD001 Noisia Split The Atom (Album, EP, MiniAlbum) Vision Recordings VSNCD001 Netherlands 2010 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

blindside 002 Stare / Noisia Stare / Noisia - Sunkist / Runaway (Stare Rmx) Blindside Recordings blindside 002 UK 2003 Sell This Version
NERVE009 Noisia / Mayhem (7) & Noisia Noisia / Mayhem (7) & Noisia - Silicon / Tomahawk Nerve Recordings NERVE009 UK 2003 Sell This Version
CITRUS015 Noisia / Spinor Noisia / Spinor - Masada / Lifeless Citrus Recordings CITRUS015 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
FOKUZ LTD 002 Predator & Adi J / Noisia Predator & Adi J / Noisia - Drytears / Cloudshine Fokuz Limited, Fokuz Limited FOKUZ LTD 002 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
SUBTITLES037, SUBTITLES MUSIC 037 Noisia Hubcap / Backdraft Subtitles, Subtitles SUBTITLES037, SUBTITLES MUSIC 037 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SLR004 Noisia / Mayhem (7) / Kiko (2) Noisia / Mayhem (7) / Kiko (2) - Vanishing Point / Echelon Shadow Law Recordings SLR004 US 2004 Sell This Version
SLRLTD002 Noisia / Noisia, Milo (51) & Prolix Noisia / Noisia, Milo (51) & Prolix - Mindstorm / Timechaser(12", Ltd) Shadow Law Recordings SLRLTD002 US 2004 Sell This Version
RH66 Noisia / The Upbeats / Phace / Cause 4 Concern Noisia / The Upbeats / Phace / Cause 4 Concern - Sacrifice / Dead Air Renegade Hardware RH66 UK 2005 Sell This Version
NERVE016 Noisia / Pyro Noisia / Pyro - Silicon (Mindscape Rmx) / Sea Of Change (Pyro & 154 Rmx) Nerve Recordings NERVE016 UK 2005 Sell This Version
OBSE 002 Noisia, Mayhem (7) & Pacific (3) / Kemal & Black Sun Empire Noisia, Mayhem (7) & Pacific (3) / Kemal & Black Sun Empire - Centepod / Stranded V 1.0 Obsessions OBSE 002 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
SUBTITLES 042 Noisia Monster (EP) Subtitles SUBTITLES 042 UK 2005 Sell This Version
MONKEY 004 Noisia / Stampede (2) Noisia / Stampede (2) - The Flow / The Ooze Monkey Bizness MONKEY 004 UK 2005 Sell This Version
FILM 006 Noisia + Pacific (3) Noisia + Pacific (3) - On Your Mind / Crippled Sound Trax FILM 006 UK 2005 Sell This Version
CITRUS017 Noisia & Mayhem (7) / Spinor Noisia & Mayhem (7) / Spinor - Lockjaw / Absolom Citrus Recordings CITRUS017 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
MSXEP036 Noisia Block Control E.P. (EP, Maxi) Moving Shadow MSXEP036 UK 2005 Sell This Version
SHA005 Noisia vs Drifter (3) Noisia vs Drifter (3) - Brainstitch / Deeper Love Shogun Audio SHA005 UK 2005 Sell This Version
VSN001 Noisia The Tide / Concussion Vision Recordings VSN001 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
VSN002 Noisia / Teebee / Noisia / Mayhem (7) / Verse Noisia / Teebee / Noisia / Mayhem (7) / Verse - Lost Cause / Choke Vision Recordings VSN002 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
CITRUS020 Noisia & Phace Noisia & Phace - Homeworld / Outsource Citrus Recordings CITRUS020 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
PASA 028 Noisia Gutterpump(12") Passenger PASA 028 UK 2006 Sell This Version
VSN003 Noisia Bad Dreams / Omissions Vision Recordings VSN003 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
ENM002 Noisia And Shanodin Noisia And Shanodin - Afternoon Delight / Angel Eyes Engine Music ENM002 UK 2006 Sell This Version
RAMM59 Noisia / Noisia & Mayhem (7) Noisia / Noisia & Mayhem (7) - Facade / Moonway Renegade RAM Records RAMM59 UK 2006 Sell This Version
VRS-017 Noisia End Game / Unveil Virus Recordings VRS-017 UK 2006 Sell This Version

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September 1, 2012
I have only just discovered Noisia, but man they are awesome! It's not often that you find newer electronic music with that "classic" feel brought in to it... Love it.


November 23, 2011
edited about 1 year ago
At their core, Noisia are neurofunk drum & bass producers and have been hugely important to dnb in that respect. To limit them to one style, however, would be missing the point as they've had successful releases across a whole range of genres from electro and breaks to dubstep and grime. They've also managed to cover a broad spectrum of dnb; from the minimal style of Metalheadz, Shogun et al. on Noisia - The Bells / Last Look to the slightly more typical dancefloor-crushing tracks like "Stigma" and "Facade VIP".

I've followed all of their releases since they first dropped the original mix of "Facade" in 2006 and, across all the variation, they've managed to maintain a consistently exceptional standard. You can tell that these guys didn't luck out or learn to produce a particular style by rote but that they've got genuine musical talent.

After "Facade", they just kept getting better and better. When "Stigma"/"Crank" dropped, my mind was blown ("Crank" is the better side guys :P). My memory's shit but I still remember the first time I heard both tunes like it was yesterday. Their musical killing spree culminated in the release of Noisia - Split The Atom; a brilliant combination of dnb and breaks. The standout tracks ("Machine Gun", "Split The Atom", "Alpha Centauri") were breaks but none of it mattered to me because it was all of Noisia quality.

I've been disappointed with the direction they've taken since then. 2011 hasn't really been a highlight year for Noisia in any way. The major release this year was Noisia - Friendly Intentions / Displaced which I thought was a quickly forgettable affair and I felt "Friendly Intentions" was more Hazard Vs Distorted Minds (before they jumped on the jungle revival bandwagon) than Noisia. The other major Vision release was Noisia & Phace / Noisia - Program / Regurgitate which was a stronger, more typical Noisia effort that I enjoyed but just didn't feel that huge impact from (the kind of impact I'd expect given their few-and-far-between release schedule for dnb this year). A lot of their dubstep output is nothing that hasn't been done before and the "Scary Monsters" remix, especially, was the kind of vacuous mid-range wobble-line nonsense that I didn't think Noisia would be into. Sure, it's "filthy" but it's also been done to death already.

Anyway, Noisia are a very talented group of producers with a catalogue of brilliant and varied music but I can't help hoping that 2012 will be less dubstep, more diplodocus.


January 18, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
In 2006, Noisia announced that they would be dropping their 'Drifter', 'Frizz' and 'Hustle Athletics' aliases, and would produce under one single name 'Noisia'. They released a statement saying they wanted to embrace their musical flexibility and creativity rather than mask themselves under various identities.

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