28 December 2010 18 Comments


OUT NOW exclusively  on Beatport , limited Vinyl and CD – 31.01.2011
All other dms 14.02.2011

BNR054-SUPER ACID MEDLEY by Boysnoize Records

1. Boys Noize “1010”
2. Jan Driver “Army Of Mowers”
3. Joakim & Krikor “Azid”
4. Housemeister & Dave Tarrida “Bleep”
5. H.D.B.N. “Extreme Compote”
6. Siriusmo “I Like My Voice”
7. Erol Alkan & Boys Noize “Death Suite” (Erol Alkan Edit)
8. Shadow Dancer “Silver”
9. Strip Steve “The Beast”
10. Feadz “11% Acid”
11. Benny Rodrigues “LSD”
12. Djedjotronic “Uranus”
13. Toni Planet – Azidwar (Digital Bonus Track)

Boys Noize has compiled 12 modern acid jams done by BNR artists and homies like Feadz, Joakim & Krikor and Brodinski tributing 20 years of Acid.
How to make a classic Acid track ?

First you need a Roland-Tb 303 Bassline which – back in 1982 – was made for musicians to replace the actual bass or guitar. It’s manual is the most annoying thing to read because it teaches you classic music lessons, no wonder that the idea of the Roland TB 303 been a real instrument have failed and noone wanted to buy the it.

In the middle of the 80’s Dj Pierre, member of Phuture produced a 12min track “Acid Trax” with just a drumachine and the 303, a total new sound created for the clubs. Shortly after a few more producers put that “useless” thing together with a drummachine like the Roland Tr 808 or 909, programmed a bassline pattern and recorded live sessions, abusing it’s incredible filters: Acid-House was born. A new genre was born.

Because the Roland Tb 303 got so expensive, you can find diverse clones of that wonderful machine and since 1 year you can even make Acid sounds with your phone – Boys Noize presents a compilation full of new, modern acid, made in all kinds of ways.
Some, well most, of the producers on this compilation have used the classic Roland303, some used a 303 clone, a 303 plug-in and some even rocked the 303 iphone app.
Some of the producers on this compilation spent their time with all kinds of analog gear and mixers to have the original “warm” sound they love and some others just use a fucking laptop. can you hear the difference ? well, i can – but do you really ?
And why release new Acid tracks when you can find the best ones made 10-20 years ago ?
Because this is some fresh Acid you havent heared before, produced by incredible young talents that know everything about the Acid-life, producers that take this genre to another level, into the future.
Boys Noize
Feedback :
Evil Nine “Some next level shit right here.”
Thomas Schumacher – “Pure 303 bliss. I just cuddled mine. Acid love 4eva!”
SBTRKT“Army Of Mowers..sickness!”
Doorly “This is sooo good! So many bangers for my sets here big up boys noize!”
Riva Starr – “LSD – love it!”
Breakbot – “I Love, I Love My Voice! Siriusmo killed it!”
MIXHELL – “2 turntables and a monobrow!!! Alex is killing on this acid tip!”
Kasper Bjorke – “Brilliant stuff! Joakim, Strip Steve, Djedjotronic and of course the BoysNoize & Erol tracks are my favorites here!”
Modeselektor – “All killer! I love acid!!”
AC Slater – “Awesome compilation. I’ve been squelched out of my mind!!”
Riton – “There’s like 4 or 5 i’d play!”
ZDAR – (Cassius) – “LOVIN’ IT, 1010!!!”
Boris D’Lugosch – “Best track for me is Extreme Compote. Really like that one. Full support!”
James Zabiela – “Fantastic!!!! Impossible to name my fave tack at the moment… ”
Norman Nodge – “Wild stuff, this release seems to be a rich source for far more than just a single track.”


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  • Ed Philips said:

    Love it! Will buy!

  • Fatte wok said:

    Oh, for the roland instruments i suggest everyone to go to rebirthmuseum (google it) famous rebirth is now given free! thx boys noize for giving us inspiration! if anyone can give tips for good programs, you’re welcome. using a dual g4 macos9 with logic, rebirth, sampletank, t-racks and some more. hardware from creamware atap13 etc.

  • Sam said:


    On another note, the tracklisting here looks siick :D Keep doing a good job Alex, i’m buying this for sure!

  • ERockOne said:

    Two for Five!

  • Maloor said:

    Hey süßer :>

  • Victor V. said:

    Genial, a esperar ese día.

  • Dietrich said:

    Quality tunes!!

  • John Khuu said:

    Holy shit, this ACID comp is amazing.

  • Mastersys said:

    Acid House with the BNR touch, love it to death! Cannot wait for this release.

  • Jimmy said:

    what about a new sublabel…ACID TRAX!!

  • Stef said:

    feeeeettttttt :) Merci

  • paul snowden said:

    even im waiting anxiously to listen to this one! and i designed the motherfucker! ACIIIIIIIIIIIIID!!!

  • Giulia said:

    is it possible to pre-order it or something?
    really want that vynil.

  • poppa glock said:

    just wrote a paper on the history of acid house for my class. this shit is incredible nice work guys.

  • Zero Phoenix said:


  • Adliii said:

    Does the vinyl includes a download card or something like that ??

  • Sir Real said:

    “The Beast” by Strip Steve is so niiiice; all the synths are super fat. And thank god for Ridha making a fucking acid-house compilation in this time of global economic depression.