Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Theodore on May 20, 2019, 09:17:59 AMHolding the new -2019 self released- Treriksroset cassette in my hands i was wondering what is that make Treriksroset stand out. Is it my own bias ? What established my opinion ? A believer questioning the dogma of his faith. Thomas wanting to touch the wounds. I start listening with this spirit, trying to pay attention to details, to analyze the structure, to understand why ! Took me 10 minutes, i understood, i knew ! Cant explain it, i dont have the technical knowledge, neither my english help me. Actualy i dont have that talent, to put music in words, i cant, not even in my language. But i know why ! It's here and it's real ! Treriksroset's superiority, Treriksroset's truth !Relieved, i surrended with confidence. The next hour i saw miracles happen, stigmata on my body, gates of noise heaven opened and i walked in.Silence, klank, cassette ended. - Me, more convinced than ever, ready to kill and be killed for my faith. Crusade ! Do you believe ?
Quote from: Major Carew on May 23, 2019, 02:09:51 PMConcrete Mascara - Worms of Corrosion - Tape
Quote from: ConcreteMascara on May 23, 2019, 05:29:10 PMMaki Asakawa - Maki Asakawa CD - Honest Jon's - my mom got this for me as a gift a few years ago. she heard about it on NPR and thought I'd like it. a thoughtful and unexpected surprise, and a damn good compilation to boot. Asakawa is the kind of singer who immediately conjures images of dinging nightclubs, Yakuza bars and heroic bloodshed. ambience somewhere between the films Seijun Suzuki, Jean-Pierre Melville and John Woo. the blues-y tracks are my favorites, with the psychedelic folk ones coming in second. then there are the relatively brighter folk and pop(pier) tracks that do less for me but fit in the structure of the comp. and everything benefits from being unable to understand the lyrics. I've yet to to start picking up her albums from '70s just yet but will probably take the dive soon