referencing Signal To Noise, CD, Album, CORE 022-2. This is one of those albums I always come across when browsing through a second hand store, which could be kind of rare being an album with crossover potential from the very good producers Kabuki and Mainframe. So, after the dark Makai albums (both very good if you ask me) and the jazzy Megashira ones (not quite as satisfactory), here there is a collection of songs which are their sunniest and most positive production ever
Signal to Noise (2004).
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Signal to Noise may refer to: Signal-to-noise ratio, a measure used in science and engineering to quantify how much a signal has been corrupted by noise. Signal-to-noise ratio (imaging), this measure specifically in the field of imaging. Signal to Noise (comics), a 1992 graphic novel written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Dave McKean. Signal to Noise (novel), a 1998 cyberpunk novel by Eric S. Nylund. Signal to Noise (Moreno-Garcia novel), a 2015 fantasy novel by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
Kabuki Signal To Noise. Published Jul 01, 2004. Can drum & bass be delicate? While the frantic music verges on metal at one end of its spectrum, Kabuki shows how the other end of the spectrum can be nearly dainty when prepared properly, that is. Keeping the odd wedge of descending fat bass, and employing other, more consistent bass lines that straddle d&b and house, hes used the genres skitterish and speedy rhythms as a bed for neo-soul and house melody lines and voices.
Released: March 22, 2004.