Trance News Staff

Listen to the release here: Trance enthusiasts undoubtedly recognize the name Indecent Noise, a talented Polish producer and engineer.

Indecent Noise

Listen to the release here:

Promoted Post BannerTrance enthusiasts undoubtedly recognize the name Indecent Noise, a talented Polish producer and engineer. Aleksander Stawierej is renowned for his dynamic sounds and energetic performances while spanning Rave, Acid, Techno, and Trance tunes. Aleksander has garnered the admiration of labels such as Armada, Future Sound of Egypt, Outburst, Damaged, Grotesque and Subculture. However, Indecent Noise is not just an accomplished artist; he is also the creative force behind Mental Asylum Records, a well-established platform dedicated to showcasing the finest in up-tempo, uplifting trance, and tech trance production. Esteemed artists like Armin van Buuren, Andy Moor, Signum, Markus Schulz, Solarstone, Arctic Moon, and many others have harnessed his remixing talents, leading Indecent Noise to perform at numerous club gigs and festivals worldwide including Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, EDC Orlando, A State of Trance, Global Gathering, Luminosity and Burning Man. As well as having a strong presence in Ibiza, he has worked with global brands like Ministry of Sound and Godskitchen.

While it may seem hard to believe, Aleksander’s talents extend beyond hard and heavy euphoric style production to something more relaxed. Two years ago, he delved into another world of experimentation, embracing a slightly slower tempo that drew its influence from trance but offered a laid-back and groove-centric sound. The result? Progressive house – the genre that will define
DISCO19‘s musical direction in the future. Getting affirmation and support from notable figures in the industry serves as a testament to the wealth of compelling music that DISCO19 has in store. Rich Solarstone and his Pure Progressive label, Black Hole Recordings, and Paul Thomas’ UV (Noir) have all acknowledged the potential of DISCO19’s music. DISCO19’s remix of Orkidea’s “Forever Forward” resonated far and wide, making waves across the globe.

The latest development centers around DISCO19’s remix of Indecent Noise featuring Noire Lee’s “Sunglasses At Night.” Aleksander had a creative vision to infuse a deeper, more progressive vibe into this track, aligning it with the evolving DISCO19 project, which was still in its early stages of development at the time. To achieve this transformation, he decided to lower the key of the vocals and disregard all other elements from the original release back in 2020 on Black Hole Recordings. In just two days, he had a playable demo ready. He unveiled it for the first time in Argentina in June this year, and the response was nothing short of amazing. Initially intended as a DISCO19 single titled “At Night” but soon after he was convinced to release it as a remix. Now, “Sunglasses At Night” drops globally, and it is available now on all streaming platforms:


01. Indecent Noise x Noire Lee – Sunglasses At Night (DISCO19 Remix)
02. Indecent Noise x Noire Lee – Sunglasses At Night (DISCO19 Extended Remix)

Learn more about DISCO19 below:

DISCO19 Instagram Soundcloud

Indecent Noise Instagram Soundcloud

Black Hole Recordings

Next Post


Listen to the release here:  Turning the attention on fans and industry friends, definitive dance music icon Darude presents his fifth

Subscribe US Now