Kill The Noise
Covering the EDM spectrum from electro house to dubstep, Kill the Noise is one of the projects from Rochester, New York-based producer Jake Stanczak. After finding dancefloor success under the name Ewun, Stanczak launched the spacier and more dubstep-oriented Kill the Noise in 2008 with the album Kill Kill Kill.
Successful remixes of the hit Estelle and Kanye West track “American Boy” followed, while 2010 found him working with Jon Gooch on the Feed Me’s Big Adventure EP, which was released by Deadmau5’s label Mau5trap. In 2011 he partnered with Skrillex and co-produced two tracks for Korn’s dubstep-oriented album The Path of Totality.
A year later, focus switched to Kill the Noise’s front-facing career, with both the Roots Remixed and Black Magic EPs dropping in 2012. In 2014 he collaborated with Skrillex and Fatman Scoop on the hit track “Recess,” and in 2015 he released the album Occult Classic, with guests like Dillon Francis and AWOLNATION.