Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: NUDE_MAJA_GOYA on May 03, 2022, 06:26:54 AMDiesel Guitar: Basically everything. I think, besides when Solmania is in the zone, I generally am not that into "guitar noise", especially when it's clearly just guitar. I hate improv moves, hate Derek Bailey and all that annoying dork playing an instrument in a wacky exploration crap. I'd even say I think Jojo sucks, super dry annoying sharp guitar sound. In the midst of a -Kaidan group effort he rules, but just that raw guitar sound alone is lame. Alternately, just running a guitar through a wet chain can be too easy and obvious. My disinterest is based as usual in my contempt for anything "i can do". Masayuki Takayanagi, I really only LOVE when it's 90's effect drench stuff (though in his case, his skill is beyond mastery and I could never touch it... but even Otomo Yoshihide solo guitar is like... too dry). Most of the DG stuff, all the solo / duo variations, really hits on target for me. It's technically not really harsh, more like Texture Fields which is what I look for, tonal layers too. A lot is really just kosmische ambient heavy guitar drone, like really mellowed down Keiji Haino instrumental sections. It has all been hitting the spot lately, a presence, a haze with hidden light, a cloud dark shifting, it's guitar and effects, but they take it subtle and let it grow (though some tracks do just, STOP, which I always feel, shoulda let it go longer.) Might sit down and do a per release review.
Quote from: NUDE_MAJA_GOYA on May 13, 2022, 11:30:17 PMBatchas: It's possible Roger from Maggot Bile is here too. Tasteful bass frequencies, spoken German on the A, and a buried spoken loop on the B – this is doing what I was hoping the Maggot Bile record would stick to, frequencies interacting minimally, gradual texture shifts, and reserved pacing – but no cute samples. Kinda reminds me of one of those records you get where you're like, ok it's fine, but why press it to vinyl? No real complaints, but as with essentially all things in life, I do wish there were flanged commando vocals yelling over everything . You listen to enough French academic stuff from the 50's – 70's any of this 'at home' version of concrete from the 80s+ is not worthwhile. He kinda does goofy PE here.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland link=topic=52.msg96747#msg96747V/A Feedback solidarity tapeFinnish noise artists in solidarity for Ukraine. 19 artists from Finland here, and even after there are 5 volumes of KOLARI compilations and 4 volumes of TERÄSSINFONIA, you will have probably almost 10 projects that have not been featured in neither of those series! So this would be another mandatory for those who want to check out the currently active Finnish noise scene. Any why to check? It's brilliant compilation for starters! So good songs here, it's too bad the tape sold so quick. It would probably work out perfectly also as CD compilation. 60 minutes, and I would say there is barely more than couple minutes where it wouldn't be "hit music only", eh eh...You can check it from bandcamp: https://satatuhatta.bandcamp.com/album/feedback-solidarity-finnish-noise-artists-in-solidarity-for-ukraine
Quote from: accidental on May 23, 2022, 06:55:28 PMPhill Niblock - Nothing to look at just a record (LP, 1982, India Navigation)I bought this some years ago and received a cracked lp. Found a supposedly near unplayed copy a while back. But it does play with some noise throughout. Unsure if it's been played by a bad needle or if pressing was not very good. Anyone else with an original of this? This should have been reissued on CD...