Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on December 10, 2022, 01:05:15 AM"Released in Memory of Keith". For some reason guessing this comp was planned before Keith's passing and the Mania track may have been one of the last things he recorded, but I'm not sure when the track was submitted. Please someone correct me or fill us in on the back story. Definitely more raw than the tracks on "Raw Nerves & Unseen Eyes".
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on December 10, 2022, 01:05:15 AMV/A - Psychomania C30 (Der Dunker)Our curator Zyklon SS phases back in to see our way out with a synth-heavy pulsing attack. Instead of letting you out graciously, he kicks your ass back out the door. It's over before it's begun and you flip the tape back over.
Quote from: Euro Trash Bazooka on December 10, 2022, 03:18:44 AMHöh is as primitive as it can get. His setup is pretty much non-existent and I sent him a sound interface with a homemade written guide on how to use it last year, but I think it is a lost cause (for the best, though.)
Quote from: Euro Trash Bazooka on December 10, 2022, 03:18:44 AM... I sent him a sound interface with a homemade written guide on how to use it last year, but I think it is a lost cause (for the best, though.)
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on December 12, 2022, 09:24:52 AMBLACK LEATHER JESUS "Butcher!" tape If someone thinking of putting out more BLJ reissues, why not Butcher tape! Edition of 50 came loooong ago on BWCD label, and it is good. It is hour long, lots of samples, a bit of structure in it, but also crushing noise. It had the industrial vibe on it.In latest WCN podcast finn Nuori Veri was asked about industrial, and he quicky declined. I think this is one of best element of genre. Nobody with some sense wants that baggage, and very few of originator even like to be branded with it... but stuff like this particular BLJ, like it or not, it feels like industrial noise. Not free noizu, not improv, not university art, not punk noise, ... it could be like early SPK with more balls, eh eh... crushing metal sounds, crossover to weird avantgarde art sculpture packaging etc. Surely not industrial music anymore, but there is a lot what leans to such elements. Artist *not* feeling comfortable branded as industrial... something .. is perhaps most expected reaction of all, but all this factory esque massive metal bounding, trangressive samples, razor sharp noise attacks, etc I know what lineage I associate it with...LABORATORIO ASETTICO "esplorzioni" tapeThis one thing I can't find any info about it, exept what you see on cover. LABORATORIO ASETTICO, about one hour tape according to info, recorded during two hours in february 2000 at home. What we have here is nasty simple and rugged "power electronics", mainly consisting of radio noise. Its good, though! Some vocals here and there, some structure/layering, but keeping it really basic core. You could drop names like early Consumer Electronics and John Duncan, but perhaps more accurate would be throwing them along russian radio-noise projects like YAO 91404 D. Would be curious to hear if any Italians know this project?DEAD BODY LOVE "Erase the body" tapeLoud!Dead Body Love surely is know well. This tape is damn good. Certainly re-issue worthy stuff, full of crunchy and well made noise, that also has some vocals, perhaps exceptionally fierce high pitched feedback abuse for DBL, but also plenty of the crunchy harsh loops, wall-ish rumbling noise, but never "HNW". Just heavy as fuck noise. After several DBL releases, one does think how many reissues would be needed, but there really is diversity in tapes, and they are so damn good, that now feel better than ever. So why not..