- Split the Atom (2010)
- Split the Atom: Special Edition (A re-release of their first album with new remixes) (2012)
- Outer Edges (2016)
- 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)
- MotorStorm Apocylapse (with Elite Force, DJ Shadow and Klaus Badelt) (2011)
- DmC Devil May Cry (with Combichrist) (2013)
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ("Sharpened" music kit) (2014)
- Hadouken!'s For the Masses (the bands second album, which was produced by Noisia) (2010)
- Korn's The Path of Totality (Noisia produced 3 songs on the album) (2011)
- Wiley's Papers (credited as their production alter-ego Nightwatch)
- Korn's The Paradigm Shift (co-produced "Spike In My Veins", credited as Nightwatch) (2013)
- ''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 Foreign Beggars.) (2013)
Noisia contains examples of
- A Wild Rapper Appears!: KRS-One appears in the middle of "Exodus".
- Album Title Drop: The song Split the Atom namedrops the album it appears on, Split the Atom
- Early Installment Weirdness: 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.
- Electronic Music: They've done:
- Genre-Busting: Combined Drum and Bass, Techstep, Darkstep, Neurofunk and a whole lot of others to create their Signature Style, going on to influence many other producers, even to this day.
- Hell Is That Noise: Most of what they make tends to invoke this.
- Lighter and Softer: A couple of their songs, like Could This Be are quite a bit lighter than their traditional output while still keeping their signature style.
- Loudness War: Also intentionally invoked.
- Miniscule Rocking: They've done a lot of fairly shot (under two minutes) long songs, for some odd reason.
- Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Around a 10, occasionally 11, although they do get lower than that sometimes.
- Signature Style: Furious, resampled bass lines. While not the first to do this, they perfected it and easily became the kings of these elements.
- Shout-Out: The cover art to the Seven Stitches/Groundhog single features two antigravity crafts racing.
- It's really blatant, too: if you look closely, you can read: "As heard in Wipeout Pulse and Wipeout HD".
- Truck Driver's Gear Change: Very well-executed in "Machine Gun", at circa 1:30. It almost feels like you're hearing a completely different song.