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Out Now (mostly)

NIO3 is now available to download on Bandcamp for free. DVDs will be up in the next few days (printing issues…). Please share & enjoy. https://noiseinopposition.bandcamp.com Advertisements

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NIO3 1/2/19

Coming Feb 1st 2019: 53 tracks, 4 hours 15 minutes of sound across multiple styles, a 77-page digital artzine and a bonus music video. Avant-garde & electronic artists standing together against fascism and prejudice = Noise In Opposition 3.

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The final push

The end is in sight now: mastering is done, artwork is being finalised, digital zine is nearly done, discs are ready for burning… Speaking of the digital zine – this is looking exciting – we have texts from The Trifler … Continue reading

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NiO v3 – The Artists

For the curious, here’s an unformatted list of the 52 artists currently down to appear : ollijohanna SYYS yol see monsd dsic Draaier Whettman Chelmets TBC_Czepoks Nude For Satan Stephanie Merchak Failed To Reach Libbe Matz Gang Licht-Ung The Doll … Continue reading

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NiO v3 update

Time for an update on progress for all you good people: NiO v3 now stands at 52 tracks, lasting 4 hours and 12 minutes, tracks ranging in length from 10 minutes to 28 seconds. Next steps : tracking and mastering … Continue reading

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Luke Lund – Red Flag :OUT NOW:

September 21st – UN International Day of Peace – is the date for the first Noise In Opposition release since 2014. Newly energised and with many new recruits and allies, NiO is back in operation. Here it is: “Red Flag” … Continue reading

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Luke Lund – Red Flag EP

Luke Lund – Red Flag EP NiO5 Released 21st September 2018 Noise in Opposition returns to the front lines with a rage-fuelled monolith of heavy roiling drone and drang from long-time comrade Luke Lund of Terranean Recordings. Recorded in a … Continue reading

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