Kill The Noise

From21 December 2018to22 December 2018

Kill The Noise

Kill the Noise is the stage name of 33-year-old electronic music producer, DJ, and record label owner Jake Stanzack. Stanback, who hails from Rochester, New York, has previously produced under the name Ewun.

Initially, Stanzack made a name for himself with his drum N bass project Ewun, in the mid-2000s. Ewun’s bass heavy, hip-hop sampling style found Stanzack early success, as he found himself releasing singles on labels such as Evol Intent and Barcode, as well as contributing to various compilation albums.

After gaining recognition with his first project, Stanzack created Kill the Noise in 2008. Under his new moniker, he took a fresh approach to electronic music, focusing on a range of Electronic Dance Music styles, such as Dubstep and Moombahton.

He released his debut album as Kill the Noise in 2008, titled “Kill Kill Kill”. The album featured mainly dubstep-influenced tracks which were popular on dance floors around the country.

Following on from “Kill Kill Kill”, Stanzack remixed various tracks, such as Kanye West and Estelle’s “American Boy” too much aplomb, before collaborating with producer Jon Gooch on Mau5Trap release “Big Adventure”.

In 2011, Kill the Noise showed his versatility when he worked with American nu metal band Korn on their album “The Path of Totality”, contributing to two tracks on the project, as well as performing with them on TV for “Jimmy Kimmel Live”.

Stanzack released his second Kill the Noise album, “Black Magic” in 2012 a speaker melting unashamed EDM era dubstep album, much to the delight of his fans. More recently, he worked alongside EDM superstar Skrillex, on the title track for his album “Recess”, which also features MC Fatman Scoop.

Stanback also co-owns Miami based Slow Roast Records with DJ Craze, a label that is run in conjunction with DJ A-Trak’s Fools Gold Records

Friday 21 December 2018

Academy Nightclub, Los Angeles, CA, US


Saturday 22 December 2018

Gilt Nightclub, Orlando, FL, US


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