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The project’s definition is simple and clear: An apocalyptic and fearful view of the world is what NOISUF-X, the side-project of X-Fusion, is dealing with. It describes a cold and hopeless atmosphere musically with harsh distorted beats, experimental sounds and pushing sequences. The recurrent soundstructures and its simple monotony build a catchy opposite to X-FUSION.

The story of NOISUF-X had begun exactly in 1988 when Jan L. from Bochum/Germany used his legendary C64 for combining electronic sounds with organ-sequences and vinyl-elements. Two years later his C64 was detached by an Amiga 500, developing to 4 tracks and 8 bit. The first project was born, but the way that had to be gone until NOISUF-X came into being should be long. During the next years Jan created 10 albums under the name of X-FUSION by his own without a real deal. He extended his equipment over and over again and even got several gigs at Techno-parties such as the Innovation Rave (Fantasy/Dülmen) where he showed his abilities live in front of almost 2000 fans. X-FUSION’s style of music evolved into the style of Techno/Acid/House just to the year 2000, when his first tracks including vocals were produced. Finally his hard work that changed into EBM sound at the end got appreciated by Indie-Label Dark Dimensions/Scanner, where he signed a contract and his first album ‘Dial D For Demons’ was released.


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  • xXPostal-DudeXx

    The best when it comes to catchy earworm dance rhythms! Warning is great. Dont know what you peoples have. But its always like this. When a new album comes out everyone starts to criticize it and then after some months its great.

    13 Mar 8:48pm Reply
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  • Kingsforlife

    X-Fusion is the coolest music

    5 Sep 2013 Reply
  • limpicatto

    let me see if i can fix it

    4 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Reparations

    Why the fuck there is always the same shitty profile picture, and the most downvoted too? Bugged

    24 Jun 2013 Reply
  • jlyonm

    This is weird. Here I am, blindly going through life, not knowing that Noisuf-X is X-Fusion backwards, until I happen to scrobble the exact same number of tracks from both bands (172) and see the two names together. What a coincidence!

    7 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Lextasys

    Tinnitus 2k13 >>> Tinnitus

    28 Apr 2013 Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    I'd like to second almost everything, that xondriac and nervouzbeatz said. When a person who loves minimalism and repetitiveness says, that music is boring, it means it's really boring. Beats are too simple and generic, noise influences are too silent, melodies are very weak and uninteresting comparing to the content of his older hits. The album sounds like it was released just to keep news feeds warm and remind people of buying his releases. The statement "it's the same thing over and over again" is not true. It's 50% of quality of his previous works. Definitely a disappointment. If you would like to listen to the quality music in the vein of older Noisuf-X, check Hydrocyanic, any day better than Warning. (ps. Klick Klick should be permanently erased from existence)

    20 Mar 2013 Reply
  • nervouzbeatz

    Seems as if all the older X-Fusion/Noisuf-X fans aren't too happy with the new Noisuf-X album. At least I'm hopeful for the new X-Fusion album from what I've heard from the previews.

    16 Feb 2013 Reply
  • exe89

    I'm quite disappointed about the new album. It sounds kind of boring and much like Jan just wanted to get something new ready for sale. "The Machine" and "Humorless Peaople" are quit cool tracks and every track on the album works ok for clubs, but I don't know. It just like somethings missing hin his music. If I had to name "the best track" on the album it would be "Joking" I think. But all in all the album is still disappointing for me.

    11 Feb 2013 Reply
  • nervouzbeatz

    It may be your opinion xondriac, but I share your opinion as well. I don't find the newer stuff as dark as in the past. I just wish he'd use new synths and patterns. It seems like it's always the same synths used in each album but in a different melody. Yes, the album is good, yes it's very much the same as past Noisuf-X albums, but it adds absolutely nothing new and it's getting boring to me at least.

    8 Feb 2013 Reply
  • ber96

    have to admit i am enjoying the the new album the opening track scary looking thing is brilliant a great opener for the album works really well :)

    8 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Lextasys

    Then , one fewer fan...Why do you think, that this is so? This only your opinion, do not make generalizations. Let them decide it all by itself. :-)

    7 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Piccolord

    GREAT new album... yes, same style, nothing wrong with that, it's almost taking it to perfection. Warning might as well be the best Noisuf-X song ever... at least it's one of the catchiest ...

    5 Feb 2013 Reply
  • SynTecH-X

    True, nothing really new, but refreshing, sticking to his style. BTW Please change the main picture, it looks like a shiet.

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Lextasys

    Scary Looking Thing <3 <3 <3

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Lextasys

    I think nothing problem with the new album. I love it! <3 Typical noisuf-x style, what never boring and that's good! Don't turning into dubstep, or other style. No need...These nervouz beatz are the best , unique , catchy! :) Cold and hopeless atmosphere musically!

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • CommunionAD

    Noisuf-X is featured on our Jan 28th show!! On this episode Communion After Dark features all new tracks and world premieres from Blutengel, Noisuf-X, Gentelman Junkie, Sleetgrout, CellMod, CTRL and much more..Plus our Resident Guest DJ is back..DJ Kiger. Like the show and let us know what you think!

    3 Feb 2013 Reply
  • nervouzbeatz

    Previews were weak and not very promising. After listening to the album I can safely say that listening to his new music isn't as exciting as it used to be. It's just the same old stuff Jan's done in the past. Same synths, same percussion, same repetition. Needs something new. With that said, it's still good, but it's getting stale.

    1 Feb 2013 Reply
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