Berlin-based Boys Noize producer Alexander Ridha releases music equivalent in style towards the French electro of Kitsuné Music and Ed Banger Records. He also works his very own label, Boysnoize Information, which he features various other producers of an identical style, and he’s a prolific remixer whose credits consist of well-known acts such as for example Bloc Party, Depeche Setting, Feist, and Justice. Delivered in Hamburg, Germany, Ridha transferred to Berlin when he was 21 years of age. Chiefly motivated by Daft Punk, he set up himself being a talented manufacturer in 2004 using the International Deejay Gigolo Information 12″ one The Bomb/Boy Neu. In 2005 Ridha founded Boysnoize Information and released a set of Guys Noize 12″ singles (Optic/He-Man, Volta 82) in the label, which eventually featured the task of Einzeller, John Starlight, Eastwest, I-Robots, PUZIQUe, Housemeister, Female B, Les Petits Pilous, yet others. On the other hand, he created one-off produces for Anthony Rother’s Datapunk label (Are You In?, 2005), Tiga’s Turbo label (Erole Attakk, 2006), and Kitsuné Music (FEEL GREAT [Television=Away], 2007). Oi Oi Oi (2007) proclaimed the full-length record debut of Ridha as Guys Noize; Last Gang Information licensed the record for discharge in THE UNITED STATES, along with an EP of remixes, Oi Oi Oi Remixed. A favorite Guys Noize remix of Feist’s “My Moon My Guy” was included being a reward monitor on Oi Oi Oi. It had been one of the remixes — especially Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus,” Bloc Party’s “Banquet,” and Justice’s “Phantom, Pt. 2” — that helped popularize the Guys Noize brand.