A three piece Dutch ElectronicMusic group (most commonly DrumAndBass, but they've dabbled in plenty of other genres), Noisia (usually styled NOISIΛ, which is Vision upside down), composed of Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger have become one of the most popular EDM groups of recent times. Their [[SignatureStyle signature use of distorted, resampled basslines]] has become one of their most famous attributes, and many have considered them one of the most important influences towards towards the current sound of ElectronicMusic, with many notable producers, (even including {{Music/Skrillex}} himself) citing them a direct inspiration. They usually release their songs through their own 3 record labels, Vision, Division, Invisible records, although they have also released material through others, notably {{Music/Deadmau5}}'s label mau5trap. Due to their popularity, their songs have appeared in many VideoGames as of late (including the {{VideoGame/Wipeout}} and {{VideoGame/Motorstorm}} series and, perhaps most infamously they have created one half of the original soundtrack for {{VideoGame/DmC Devil May Cry}}).

Solo Albums:
* ''Split the Atom'' (2010)
** ''Split the Atom: Special Edition'' (A re-release of their first album with new remixes) (2012)
* ''Outer Edges'' (2016)

Notable Singles/[=EPs=]:
* Exodus (ft. Mayehm and KRS-One) (2007)
* Stigma / Crank (2008)
* Program (ft. Phace) / Regurgitate (2011)
* Machine Gun (2010)
* Tommy's Theme (2011)
* Could This Be (2011)
* Imperial EP (2012)
* Incessant EP (2015)

* ''[[VideoGame/MotorStorm MotorStorm Apocylapse]]'' (with Elite Force, Music/DJShadow and Klaus Badelt) (2011)
* ''[[VideoGame/DmCDevilMayCry DmC Devil May Cry]]'' (with Combichrist) (2013)
* ''[[VideoGame/CounterStrike Counter-Strike: Global Offensive]]'' ("Sharpened" music kit) (2014)

Production Work:
* Hadouken!'s ''For the Masses'' (the bands second album, which was produced by Noisia) (2010)
* {{Music/Korn}}'s ''The Path of Totality'' (Noisia produced 3 songs on the album) (2011)
* Wiley's ''Papers'' (a song produced under their alternative name Nightwatch)

* [=''FabricLive.40''=] (a DJ mix album, 40th in a series for the famed London nightclub) (2008)
* [=''I AM LEGION''=] (a collaborative album with rap group Music/ForeignBeggars.) (2013)

!! Noisia contains examples of
* AWildRapperAppears: Music/KRSOne appears in the middle of "Exodus".
* AlbumTitleDrop: The song Split the Atom namedrops the album it appears on, Split the Atom
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Noisia used to release non-Neurofunk songs under the names Drifter and Hustle Athletics, however they eventually decided to release everything as Noisia to avoid being pigeon-holed. They also briefly did production for different artists under the name Nightwatch, however they may or may not be doing everything as Noisia again.
* ElectronicMusic: They've done:
** Drum and Bass
** HouseMusic
** {{Main/Dubstep}}
** Glitch Hop
* GenreBusting: Combined Drum and Bass, Techstep, Darkstep, Neurofunk and a whole lot of others to create their SignatureStyle, going on to influence many other producers, even to this day.
* HellIsThatNoise: Most of what they make tends to [[InvokedTrope invoke this.]]
* LighterAndSofter: A couple of their songs, like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeF1ZvA2IEQ Could This Be]] are quite a bit lighter than their traditional output while still keeping their signature style.
* LoudnessWar: Also intentionally invoked.
* MinisculeRocking: They've done a lot of fairly shot (under two minutes) long songs, for some odd reason.
* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Around a 10, occasionally 11, although they do get lower than that sometimes.
* SignatureStyle: [[HellIsThatNoise Furious, resampled bass lines.]] [[OlderThanTheyThink While not the first to do this]], [[TropeCodifier they perfected it and easily became the kings of these elements.]]
* ShoutOut: The cover art to the ''Seven Stitches/Groundhog'' single features [[Videogame/{{Wipeout}} two antigravity crafts racing.]]
** It's really blatant, too: if you look closely, you can read: "As heard in Wipeout Pulse and Wipeout HD".
* TruckDriversGearChange: Very well-executed in "Machine Gun", at circa 1:30. It almost feels like you're hearing a completely different song.