Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: ConcreteMascara on August 06, 2020, 05:00:37 PMWolf Eyes – Burned Mind CD – Sub Pop 2004I'm under the impression that many here probably class Wolf Eyes as hipster noise or hippie US noise. I guess that's because of their Sub Pop affiliation and lack of overtly hateful imagery or album titles?
Quote from: Theodore on July 20, 2020, 10:36:46 AMQuoteGood news was that the man was reached for Special Interests magazine interview. He has been out of the scene for 20 years now and quit all the activities... unfortunately. Found him ?! Spoke with him ? Is the interview done ? OK, he has quited, but is he OK with reissues ? Any more info please ? - Fuck, only the fact that he is alive and someone reached him, gives me hope !
QuoteGood news was that the man was reached for Special Interests magazine interview. He has been out of the scene for 20 years now and quit all the activities... unfortunately.
QuoteDo you want to hear some cute pieces of electro-acoustic music? You just have to listen to this record at low level. And thus, castrate our sound. It's easy. And innocuous. Middle-class entertainment. But if you're not afraid to taste real NOISE POWER. Play it at HIGH VOLUME ONLY.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on August 07, 2020, 10:25:59 AMNow on stereos, half way of the B.side of Filth & Violence 001 tape! Bizarre Uproar. Some people like, some people hate, but the the way people know the "Finnish noise" is vastly to thank (or blame) to Bizarre Uproar.Back in the day, mid 90's, there was already "stories" of mr. Bizarre Uproar. He was considered to be rather odd character. First time I traveled to meet him, he arrived with his big brother, picked me up from infamous Helsinki whore infested street. We went to his place. Instantly some good old "VHS trade" culture stuff was playing on TV, including women and eels. His rather brutal brother had baseball bat in his hand, and kept hitting his hand with it, like in preparing for.... something. We were browsing some Japanese bondage books, looking at the eel vhs, and listening some noise. If one would want to put the feeling of old school finn noise in the nut shell, that's about it. This first Filth & Violence tape captures the feeling of all sorts of dirt, but not only malicious.
Quote from: ConcreteMascara on August 17, 2020, 05:42:51 PMTaeter's back catalog.
Quote from: absurdexposition on August 17, 2020, 06:25:48 PMQuote from: ConcreteMascara on August 17, 2020, 05:42:51 PMTaeter's back catalog.The tape on No Rent sounds like PE Brainbombs.
Quote from: W.K. on August 20, 2020, 02:02:47 AMRyoji Ikeda – dataplex