AudioDax - Make Noise

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Temble
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Krypton Flo and Temble of AudioDax never struck me as the type to get in trouble for blasting their tunes too loudly, but perhaps my initial judgment wasn’t quite accurate. Though the Midwesterners’ latest promo single, Make Noise, is far from your average trunk banger, it finds the emcee-producer duo ready and willing to bust eardrums in the pursuit of musical greatness. As usual, beatsmith/hookman Temble keeps things light and airy on the instrumental tip, blending sunny piano and synths with upbeat percussion as Krypton announces his intent to violate an ordinance or two. Eminently likable even when he’s spitting in the eye of authority, the emcee drops pleasantly boastful bars peppered with left-field pop culture references: “Glenn Beck couldn’t talk us out of being the sh*t, so we’re here to ‘cause a ruckus till they fall in a pit.” Is this the kind of ruckus you’d like to hear more of? Then keep it locked – while Noise isn’t currently attached to any project, we’ll keep you supplied with all the latest news and tunes. In addition, fans can catch AudioDax on their currently-running college tour, with stops at schools across the country.

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