In 2009 Noiseshaper are celebrating their 10th anniversary with their new album – Satellite City
Similar to their 2003 album â€žThe Signalâ€œ Noiseshaper have been working again with a host of top class vocalists from around the globe. As well as old favorites like Juggla, Jackie Deane or the Blues legend Wayne Martin you can also hear new talents. Sherrez, a British rapper living in Barcelona lends the title track itâ€™s distinct flavor with her UK rap style. Big Shot, the first single to be taken from the album is performed by Sketch Walton, a soul singer from Washington D.C., and promises to be the first Reggae hit for summer 2009. The song tells of a unfulfilled love in times of the credit crunch and perfectly blends pop with reggae tradition. On â€žWe Rock Itâ€œ another classic Noiseshaper dancefloor stomper you will hear the Jamaican MC Sammy Dread.
True to their slogan announced in 1999 â€œWe are playing a Soul Dub Styleâ€œ Satellite City spans genres like Soul, Reggae and Deephouse and is Noiseshaperâ€™s most matured album. Nonetheless nothing sounds forced but rather effortless. This timeless but fresh album could already be called a classic.
Noiseshaper established a name for themselves in 2000 with their dancefloor classic â€žThe Only Redeemerâ€œ and later with radio singles like â€žAll A Dem A Doâ€œ and â€žRough Out Thereâ€œ. Four of their own albums and various remixes for big names like Outkast and Sly & Robbie have placed Noiseshaper amongst the stars of Dub. Masters like Adrian Sherwood and Richard Dorfmeister have remixed their songs and their music has been used in series such as CSI: Miami and Hollywood movies like Dukes of Hazzard and Disturbia.