Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Theodore on January 23, 2022, 07:46:02 PMIugula-Thor - Penetration Practice Pledge -GROSS- tape : The first arrival of the new year came earlier in the week. Just played. I remember Opera be noise, this is power electronics, of the old-school 'uneasy' kind. Heavy mass of dirty sound, so good ! Half an hour, when it finished i felt completed. But now typing this, is calling me back. Going to listen again.Edit : Have to remark how rich high frequencies sound here. By Sshe Retina Stimulants. And the overall 'space' . Air live recording ? Like you are in the room !
Quote from: impulse manslaughter on January 24, 2022, 09:35:30 PMEliane Radigue - Opus 17 2CD; minimal feedback works from 1970. I have 1 other Radigue cd and rarely listen to it because it's too subtle/minimal for my taste. Decided to give this one a try and it's indeed much better. These pieces creating a nice claustrophobic, nihilistic atmosphere. Reminded me a bit of William Basinski or closer to home; Kevin Drumm – Imperial Distortion. Nice discovery.
Quote from: Zeno Marx on January 26, 2022, 09:37:15 PM "Per La Sete Dell'Orecchio" is a fine piece of rock dropping and water kehr-ploops and kehr-plunks
Quote from: impulse manslaughter on January 26, 2022, 11:30:12 PMQuote from: Zeno Marx on January 26, 2022, 09:37:15 PM "Per La Sete Dell'Orecchio" is a fine piece of rock dropping and water kehr-ploops and kehr-plunksThis is the B-side of his 3rd LP. Played it yesterday actually. It's nice but I especially like the other side of this one. I also have the La Caccia LP w/ just field recordings of animals and am still looking for the 2nd LP. I remember Ulex Xane mentioned Marchetti once as a major influence, which I found surprising.
Quote from: HateSermon on January 30, 2022, 07:54:23 PMCryocene - "Exclave"New collaborative project between Stefan Aune (Kjostad) and Matt Boettke (Scant). This was a blind buy for me as both collaborators continuously produce strong work and are titans of US noise. It was also strange that no one that I knew was talking about this release - I couldn't find any buzz around it, which made me even more curious. I was not disappointed! Each track is a pensive soundscape of deep droning synths and strategically planned junk/metal noise loops placed over top. Sometimes a harsh avalanche and sometimes strangely meditative, slipping into the void. Mastered by Grant Richardson so you know that the sound quality is top notch. I do hope there's more where this came from. Favorite track: Forge of Ashes. CD is available at New Forces, Cloister, and I'm sure a few others.