Hamburg’s electro intellectual, Boys Noize, announced today that he will be releasing a full remix album on February 3rd to compliment 2012’s, Out of the Black. With remixes from artists such as Chromeo, Justice, The Chemical Brothers, Blood Diamonds and Housemeister, this album is sure to smash dance floors across the globe.

The album will be unleashed through Boys Noize Records, who recently put out their 100th release, and will bridge genres from  progressive house, nu-disco, trap, and techno. We were offered a special sneak preview of the album and can honestly say, several of these remixes will definitely be heating up club systems all over the world in the upcoming months leading toward summer.


1. What You Want (Jimmy Edgar Unreleased Dub MixAlb)  **
2. XTC (MMM Remix Boys Noize Re-Did) **
3. Missile (Boys Noize DJ Edit) **
4. Conchord featuring Siriusmo (Oliver Remix) **
5. Ich R U (Justice Remix)
6. Got It featuring Snoop Dogg (Blood Diamonds Remix) **
7. What You Want (Chromeo Remix)
8. XTC (The Chemical Brothers Remix)
9. Stop (Audion’s Acid State Mix) **
10. Circus Full Of Clowns feat. Gizzle (Housemeister Remix) **

** Previously unreleased & exclusive mixes

Stay tuned to YourEDM for a full review when we get closer to the release date. You can wet your appetite by checking out a video of Boys Noize and Snoop Lion performing the Blood Diamonds remix of “Got It” at Ultra below.



Here are my favourite released & unreleased remixes from my Out Of The Black album – Enjoy!’ – Alex Ridha (Boys Noize)


‘My aim was to take the rise and fall of the original song, but engross it within a completely different system of layers and groove. It’s as if the song did It’s thing at one club, grabbed It’s coat and went to another club across town to take on a new life.’ – Matthew Dear/Audion


‘This remix was really fun to work on, so much that I ended up doing two…. one that Alex used for his live show and is now coming out and the other for the single – really happy to be part of this. I wanted the remix to sound like a powerful cutting tool and coincidentally that’s what the vinyl looked like.’ Jimmy Edgar


‘When I received the remix request, I knew what I wanted to do immediately – to bring the ‘clowns’ from dark to light, from rap to techno and ready for the dance floor circus!’ Housemeister


Source: Official Press Release