Review: Mad EP – When I’m 6

Review: Mad EP – When I’m 6

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Mad EP When I’m 6

Mad EP
When I’m 6

Ad Noiseam

The Ad Noiseam label is doing what other labels haven’t dared. Switching up typical IDM, noise, experimental, electronics and hip-hop while bridging a variety of genres and doing a phenomenal job with artists like Mad EP gives the label the leading edge on dull music trends. Mad EP is the solo work of Matthew Peters, an accomplished cellist and producer of classical music. When I’m 6 has been a project Peters has held onto for several years and serves as an appetizer to the full-length that just came out, Eating Movies. If When I’m 6 wasn’t enough to satiate you, Jason Forrest (a.k.a. Donna Summer), End and Mothboy show off their exquisite remix stylings on the debut EP. If you are not yet convinced to pick up the entire Ad Noiseam discography at this point, you should at least consider picking up this gem.
This review originally appeared in Modus Operandi, March 2005, Issue 195.