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Chandler is an explosive force on Aerial Noise. His background as a DJ/Producer/Musician working for Salvation Recordings gives him a slight blogging advantage as he already knows the game. After joining us in early 2011 he had nearly doubled our archives in two months with strong, well written content. He is extremely easy to work with and even easier to get in touch with making it effortless for artists trying to get their content on our site. In total, he has showcased over 2000 different projects, groups, and individuals on Aerial Noise.
Despite preferring his anonymity, his writing and taste in music is easily recognizable. If you can’t seem to get in touch with us for whatever reason, Matt is one of the best places to start.
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I began dabbling in electronic, house and funk music thanks to the influence of two close University friends who inspired me while giving me a new found addiction to music. To compete with them, I started searching the blogosphere for some of the best underground electronic dance gems the blogging world was hiding; and then sharing my findings by DJ’ing alongside them at weekly university parties. As these parties grew in numbers, so did everyone’s curiosity for the playlist. Our solution was to start a small blog on blogger in January 2009 called 317 electro. It was centered on electro, disco, house, dance, soul, and funk. The blog grew and expanded. It was recognized by other leading electronic blogs such as Too Many Sebastian’s, Voulesrandom and Tracasseur. Artists from all around the world began submitting songs. Life was good. Then as quick as it started, University was over. My friends had moved on but that addiction to new music never left.
Expanding on the idea of 317, Aerial Noise was born. It became a website dedicated to free music promotion for new artists, equally or as talented as their mainstream counterparts, but lacking the label or PR firm distribution which would make their content accessible to the public. Aerial Noise attempts to solve that problem by allowing artists to share their music with the world for free. As such, we are like middle men who ensure the artist has an outlet to share their music with the world while also ensuring the public receives a steady dose of great music to share with their friends.