Kill The Noise has released a new collaborative track titled “Louder” with Australian producer Tommy Trash. The song highlights the duo’s sound design expertise and versatility learned over a decade of production and touring experience, blending sounds from different genres throughout electronic music. The two will be complimenting each others varied musical styles on their co-headlining 8-date North American tour throughout May, hitting New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Montreal, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Chico and Costa Mesa.
Los Angeles-based producer Jacob Stanczak, better known as Kill The Noise, is one of America’s biggest dance music exports. Applying unique sound design and a production expertise for blending genres, styles and tempos, Stanczak has earned a reputation as one of dance music’s top producers, having toured the globe in packed nightclubs and at the worlds biggest festivals (Coachella, EDC, Lollapalooza). In 2014 alone Kill The Noise collaborated with Skrillex on his debut album Recess, Skrillex’s “Recess Remixes,” the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles soundtrack (“Shell Shocked” with Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa), his collaborative Kill The Zo project with Mat Zo, and his latest song “Far Away” with Feed Me.
Australian producer Tommy Trash has received worldwide acclaim from his diverse production style. His adrenaline-fueled blend of Electro, big room House, Progressive House and more has made its way to some of the most prestigious labels and festival stages in the world, earning him Grammy and VMA nominations along the way as well as multiple platinum records. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names including A-Trak, Sebastian Ingrosso and Wolfgang Gartner, and has made official remixes for deadmau5, Zedd, Swedish House Mafia, Steve Aoki and many more.
Louder Tour Dates:
May 5 – San Diego – BSSMNT
May 6 – Santa Cruz – The Catalyst
May 7 – Chico – Senator Theater
May 8 – Costa Mesa – Sutra
May 9 – Los Angeles – Create
May 14 – Washington D.C. – Ultra
May 15 – Montreal – New City Gas
May 16 – New York – Webster Hall