Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on December 10, 2018, 01:56:31 PMQuote from: Decrepitude on December 10, 2018, 01:44:58 PMGovernment Alpha - Insanityranny CS Great new long tape of psychedelic noise with clear but raw enough production. Nice tape with A4 fold-out of the cover art on Total Black.I have feeling this was maybe thanks to tape format - ferric tapes dubbed on red, that there was tasty punch and saturation. Oscillations of electronic buzz, driven through distortions. If captured and released digitally, could be less good, but this tape - works out really nice!
Quote from: Decrepitude on December 10, 2018, 01:44:58 PMGovernment Alpha - Insanityranny CS Great new long tape of psychedelic noise with clear but raw enough production. Nice tape with A4 fold-out of the cover art on Total Black.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on December 26, 2018, 12:53:33 PMStockhausen "Aus den sieben Tagen" 7x LP box I was looking if the CD version exists and stockhausen-verlag CD edition from early 90's seems to be priced starting from 350 euro at discogs... fuck! If someone would be selling it for 70 or perhaps even 100,- I'd be willing to grab it.
Quote from: Baglady on January 10, 2019, 10:04:35 AMOCHU - Unproduktiw MLP (Verlautbarung)I was excited to see where OCHU would go after the rather peculiar Tvärsnitt LP, and I'm not disappointed. Soundwise it feels like a marriage of his present day approach to sounds and the rough racket found on his earlier cassettes. Layers of of squealing, chafing and rumbling looped field recordings, arranged and mangled by heavy but not sloppy hands. This heavy handed yet precise execution has me thinking of JEPH JERMAN's LP The Bray Harp, but this still reeks of OCHU. The master recording was sent to me a few months ago, and while I loved it as it was, the vinyl artwork really lends it a bleak and hopeless air I didn't really pick up on just hearing the sound itself. It's not bleak as in boring though; there's always been a discrete semi-nasty sense of humor to Ochu's output, and that's still the case. Vipeholm industrial music. A late addition to last years "best of" list.AMPH - Control LP (Verlautbarung)I've had a rough mix of half of this album on tape for three or four years, and given the duos busy lives I didn't really expect it to ever be completed. But lo and behold! There's a deceptive calm over the whole album as there's so much more going on than what you'll hear upon the first listen. Segments of various kinds of unease come and go, relieving eachother beautifully. A couple of friends have called this album soothing, but I find it rather unsettling. Tape sounds dominate as usual, but there are a few surprises in this scary bag, such as alien sounding synth and weird grunts (and is that someone snoring in the beginning?). Demanding, but it will definitely grow from repeated rotation. Good stuff!