Biography

Formed in 1997, Noizmakaz consists of Tommyboy (MC) & Alko (Producer/MC). (It originally consisted of three members including DJ Arto who left in 1999.)

Their first performance together under the name Noizmakaz was at a new years party in 1997-1998.
They recorded their first demo in 1998 which had 4 tracks with beats taken from Tha Alkaholiks & KRS-One.
They recorded their first OWN track (“Life To Finish”) with DJ Critikal at the end of 1999. It was at that time that Alko started experimenting on beat-making.
Alko made his first ‘rapable’ beats in 2000 & they recorded “Symphony of da streets” with MC Small & MC RaiN in April 2000.
By spring 2000 Noizmakaz started performing outside Pärnu with tracks for a full show.
They released their first album (cassette tape) called “Social Poetry” in 2001 & they started touring with bitches, bling & weed until the beginning of summer in 2002 when Alko emigrated to U.S.A. Tommyboy also left Estonia & went to Denmark.
Alko came back to Estonia in fall 2003 & immediatly set up a home-studio. T-boy came back at the end of 2003 & Alko produced two tracks & some skits for Tommyboys album (”?MC”) he was finishing (released in 2004 by UMBLU [www.umblu.com]).
Noizmakaz released their first album “Valitud mõtted” (Chosen thoughts) in 2005 under Mindnote Records. It had 16 tracks on it and it featured Belka, Luiks, Põhjamaade Hirm, Skazo, Jilio, Leelo Tungal, Laura & End-L.
Tommyboy released his second solo album “Suur pilt” (The big picture) in 2006 by himself & it featured Reket, Basket, Belka, Külalised, Chalice, DJ Kayot, Alko & Skazo.
Tommyboy also released an estonian rap compilation called “Magnetofon” (the old, big-ass recorder with huge plastic circles with magnetic tape rolling between them) and again, chose to realease it independently.
Noizmakaz released their second album called “E-P” (Mo-Su) in 2007 independently. It featured an estonian beatbox artist called Rey.

You can view the video for their track Monument HERE!

http://noizmakaz.illlab.ee/ (Estonian website)
http://mindnote.ee/artistid.php?id=2 (Estonian website)
www.myspace.com/noizmakaz1

Edited by kazotaja on 4 Feb 2009, 08:36

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