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White Noise

(Rhythm Corporation)

Country: Ireland

Genres: Beatboxer

White Noise is Ireland's leading beatboxer. Since 2001 White Noise has performed live hundreds of times throughout Ireland, as well as in the UK, Cambodia, and Vietnam. He remains the first and only beatboxer to have represented Ireland in the World Beatbox Championships (Advancement Class) and has competed in national and regional beatbox battles in the UK and Ireland. Through these international events and more White Noise is well-known in the global beatbox community, performing live sets at Irish music festivals such as Electric Picnic, Oxegen, Kings of Concrete, No Place Like Dome (NPLD), Knockanstockan, Life Festival, Mantua, Big Bang Rhythm Festival, the Spirit of Voice festival and many more, as well as international festivals such as the Phnom Penh Hip Hop Festival and the Hanoi MAG Festival in Vietnam.

White Noise also has a knack for teaching the art of beatboxing and has ran workshops for children and adults throughout Ireland. White Noise often performs alongside other musicians including percussionists and vocalists such as the award-winning Rhythm Corporation and has appeared live and in studio recordings in collaboration with artists like Vyvienne Long, and Super Extra Bonus Party - including featuring on their Choice Music Award-winning debut album and its follow up release.

White Noise has also appeared on many charity compilations and been sampled by producers and DJ's. White Noise also performs regularly at corporate events, with high-profile clients including Google, Nokia, Heineken, Desperadoes Beer, Tiger Beer, Digital Media Awards, Boss, Sennheiser and more. White Noise has appeared on every major radio and TV outlet in Ireland, as well as many appearances in print. In 2009, White Noise toured South East Asia, performing in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, and held a brief residency in Phnom Penh's Pontoon nightclub. In 2010 White Noise worked with Trinity College Dublin's Science Gallery on their Biorhythm exhibit as well as performing at the closing show with top UK-beatboxer Shlomo, and performed at the Science Gallery stage with producer Gav Timlin when he returned to their stage at Electric Picnic festival. In 2011 White Noise set up Beatbox Ireland to unite younger beatboxers spread around Ireland and to build up the art-form. White Noise continues to perform regularly in all types of venues and clubs and music festival performances and regularly runs workshops and classes for children, teens and adults teaching the art of beatboxing, as well as expanding on the Beatbox Ireland project.