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The trio in the album artwork for Split The Atom.

Nik Roos, Thijs de Vlieger and Martijn van Sonderen, also known as Noisia, were a bass music production trio based in from Groningen, The Netherlands.

Releasing their first record in 2003 on SLR and releasing on every major drum&bass label in the following years, 2005 saw Noisia establish their own label, Vision Recordings to put out their drum&bass productions and collaborations and retain creative control of their music. Nik's designs almost all of the artwork for the releases on their labels, and the guys love the challenges and rewards that come with running a label. In 2007 they established Division Recordings, a label for electro, house, breaks and dubstep. They then went on to establish Invisible Recordings in 2010, catering for the deeper and more experimental side of drum&bass.

Over the past few years, accolades for Noisia have included Best Tech DJ in the UK National D&B Awards in 2009 and 2010, Best Producers at the 2010 D&BArena Awards and Best Drum&Bass Artist on Beatport in both 2009 and 2010.


The guys have worked with, and remixed a number of diverse artists, with notable tracks including, ‘Alice’ by

Noisia in the Dark Side

Moby, ‘Omen’ by The Prodigy, ‘E.T.’ by Katy Perry, ‘Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites’ by Skrillex, ‘Raise your Weapon’ by Deadmau5, and Hadouken, whose entire second album ‘For The Masses’ was produced by Noisia. They have collaborated on a number of tracks with Foreign Beggars, the most successful being ‘Contact’, which has garnered over 3 million views on YouTube and become an influential underground hit. Another Noisia video that has been a big hit on YouTube is ‘Exodus’ which took 3 years to make and features KRS One.

Noisia have been Dj’ing every weekend since 2004. They have played in major cities all over the world, from Sydney to Moscow, Tokyo to Berlin, Los Angeles to Johannesburg and have DJ’ed in some of the world’s biggest clubs. They have reduced their DJ’ing commitments recently in order to focus on production.Video Games

Noisia's track Groundhog is the hardest to beat in the first DJ Hero, Machine Gun and Seven Stitches feature in three editions of the game WipeOut, and ‘Stigma’ and 'Yellow Brick' were picked up by PlayStation to be featured on Gran Turismo. They were commissioned to make 8 remixes especially for Motorstorm Apocalypse, a triple-A racing game that was released in March 2011.

End of the trio[]

On 18 September 2019, the trio announced they would be splitting at the end of 2020, citing creative differences and feeling like "Noisia is a game we have completed...A good artist should know when an artwork is finished." in their final year, they will embark on a final tour, present the final season of their podcast Noisia Radio, and release their final collection of music as a group. The three will continue to release music under solo projects after the split, and likely occasionally collaborate with each other again, not under the Noisia name.

However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Noisia announced that the split would be postponed until they are able to embark on their final tour.


Artwork Title Detail Tracklist
Split The Atom
  1. Machine Gun
  2. My World ft. Giovanca
  3. Shitbox
  4. Split The Atom
  5. Thursday
  6. Leakage
  7. Hand Gestures
  8. Headknot
  9. Red Heat
  10. Shellshock ft. Foreign Beggars
  11. Whiskers
  12. Alpha Centauri
  13. Soul Purge ft. Foreign Beggars
  14. Diplodocus
  15. Paper Doll
  16. Dystopia
  17. Sunhammer (with Amon Tobin)
  18. Stigma
  19. Square Feet
Devil May Cry (Original Game Soundtrack)
  1. Crush Him
  2. Found
  3. Hunter Theme
  4. Home Truths
  5. Poison Theme
  6. Remember Us
  7. The Flood
  8. Disoriented
  9. Barbas Theme
  10. Secret World
  11. Swallowed
  12. Lilith's Club
  13. Distrust Theme
  14. The Trade
  15. Grave Calling
  16. The Tower
  17. Mundus Theme
  18. Epitaph
  19. Bad Vibes
  20. Under Watch
  21. Arcade Machine (Diegetic)
  22. Merry Go Round (Diegetic)
  23. Road Collapse
  24. Eyeless
  25. Virility Advert (Diegetic)
  26. Factory Front
  27. Mass Recall
  28. Kat's Theme
  29. Trace Elements
  30. Mixing Room
  31. The Order
  32. Mean Dick
  33. Threatened
  34. Better Half (The End)
  35. Crystal Core
  36. Home Truths Reprise
I AM LEGION [Released as I Am Legion]
  1. Intro
  2. Farrda
  3. Make Those Move
  4. Upper Ratio
  5. Jelly Fish
  6. Ice
  7. Blue Shift
  8. Loose on the Leaves
  9. Choosing for You
  10. Warp Speed Thuggin'
  11. Stresses, Pt. I
  12. Stresses, Pt. II
  13. Sunken Submarine
  14. Dust Descends ft. Strange U
  15. Powerplay
  16. Foil ft. D.Ablo
Outer Edges
  1. The Approach
  2. Anomaly
  3. Collider
  4. Vigilantes
  5. Tentacles
  6. Voodoo
  7. Mantra
  8. Surfaceless
  9. Straight Hook
  10. Stonewalled
  11. Motion Blur
  12. The Entangled
  13. Exavolt
  14. Into Dust
  15. Miniatures
  16. Sinkhole
  17. Get Deaded
  18. The Approach (Reprise)
  1. Three (Intro)
  2. Nova (with Camo & Krooked)
  3. Shibuya Pet Store (with The Upbeats)
  4. Shift (with IMANU)
  5. Horizon (with Skrillex)
  6. Cleansing (with Former)
  7. Foundations (with Mefjus)
  8. Scrapped
  9. Shutters
  10. Halcyon (with The Upbeats)
  11. Wordless (with Halogenix)
  12. Told You
  13. Dzjengis (with Two Fingers)
  14. Pleasure Model (with Former)
  15. Deep Down (with Phace)
  16. Simplon (with Posij)
  17. Caps Lock (with Black Sun Empire)
  18. Supersonic VIP (with Skrillex, josh pan & Dylan Brady)
  19. The Hole Pt. 1
  20. Closer