Noise A Noise Proudly presents it’s debut compilation album on January 20th, 2019. The album that you hear is the outcome of the first open-call on noise music in Iran. The idea was to make an open-call for the artists, and to shed light on different appearances of this phenomenon and its nature. Noise has different, rather ambiguous definitions; and in result this album includes artists from different backgrounds and tastes; therefore, they develop relatively different artworks. You can listen to the album on Spotify, Itunes and many other online streaming stores:
Thanks to the artists who have participated in this open-call, we have received a number of 20 submissions that is indeed a considerable number for such subjects. As the title indicates, artists who have submitted their works for this compilation album are now a part of this collective and will have their own benefits, regardless of their royalties from the sale and streaming of their songs in the album.
Here is the list of artists who have successfully submitted their works for the release scheduled in January 2019 (in the alphabetical order):
3. Bijan Mousavi
4. Jakub Rataj
5. Kasra 4k7
6. Kaveh Shams
7. Leonie Roessler (and Dirar Kalash)
8. Limen (Nariman Aliakbar)
12. Parsa Hadavi
13. Sepehr Sa
14. Sina Shoaie
15. Soheil Soheili
16. Sohrab Motabar
18. Yellow Cream
19. Zhoobin Askarieh
“Noise À Noise” label invites composers and noise artists to submit their works for the digital distribution of a compilation album with the same name (Noise À Noise Vol.1); This is an open call for artists.
1. The work should either be completely produced by the artists, or they should be the true holder of its rights
2. The work should not be published (digitally or physically) or to be submitted into another label prior to this open-call (Alternate versions are allowed)
3. Duration of the work should be between 30-seconds to 5-minutes long.
4. The deadline for the submissions is December 13th, 2018, and the works that are submitted after this deadline would not be considered for this compilation album.
5. Although there are a number of guidelines regarding the form of the piece and quality standards (which somehow negates itself in the case of noise), but there are no actual strict rules for the aesthetics in the submission (nor conceptual neither geographical limitations are applied for the artists and their works).
6. This open call is free of charge.
7. Pieces can either be submitted in the form of Wave/ AIFF (Preferably lossless Flac) files, less than 100 Megabytes in size.
8. By submitting the piece, artists permit the label to decide for the publication rights, but he or she will remain as the true owner of the work and will receive loyalties or sales accordingly.