Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: ConcreteMascara on November 20, 2020, 09:19:51 PMPogrom – Degančios Suros CD - Unrest Prod, 2014 - haven't heard this one in a while and goddamn what a pleasure it was to revisit. Such a gloomy power electronics record. I don't think I can give a proper description as I listened to it a few days ago, but the best comparison I can think of is Con-Dom. Like Con-Dom nothing is normal or run-of-the-mill about this. Although this review is a poor one, I can't recommend this album enough.
Quote from: Baglady on November 22, 2020, 11:41:25 PMTook out INCAPACITANTS - Pariah Tapes 5CD (Freak Animal, 2006) for a runthrough this weekend. As usual I feel like everyone else could just quit noise and we'd still be good. Such a pioneer, the good Mikawa. Vivenza-like metal works, guitar maltreatment, dense grainy static explorations, electronic psychouts, and of course the seeds that later sprung into bloom when Kosakai joined. But it's still almost shocking how mapped out that signature noise of theirs was from the start. I find it hard to grasp Eternal Paralysis was recorded in 1981. Not only does it sound extreme even by today's measures, it also sound perfectly fulfilled and fully realized. Nothing is missing, no loose ends. "Eternal Paralysis Pt. 3" is particularly perfect. An ecstatic ripping and absolutely bonkers YET focused piece of noise. Some of the best noise ever recorded really. This whole set is fucking eye watering.It's mentioned on the sleeve that this is "first edition". Given the pricetag today, it might be time for a repress?
Quote from: FallOfNature on November 24, 2020, 03:15:48 AMStrict - ImpulsionOne of the greats
Quote from: FallOfNature on November 24, 2020, 03:15:48 AMGolem Of Gore - partial discographyBlasting goregrind, in the vein of LDOH. A bit more going on than later LDOH stuff though so it's slightly a more attentive listen. Best goregrind I've heard in awhile anyway.Meatal Ulcer - partial discographySame as above but Australian this time. Older stuff is better and lacks the comedy element.
Quote from: absurdexposition on November 24, 2020, 04:02:06 AMQuote from: FallOfNature on November 24, 2020, 03:15:48 AMStrict - ImpulsionOne of the greatsIncidentally, I just pulled out "Kiss" today for the first time in ages.
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on December 05, 2020, 09:36:03 PMCrazy DobermanJust discovering and diving into this group and it's exactly what I was in the mood for. Very trippy/psychedelic music that is perfect when you need something weird and out there on the slightly quieter side of experimental music. Each release is a little different, but the core sound is like if the 70's kraut-rock guys were slinging mushrooms with the free jazz guys of the 60's and then jammed out. What if Tangerine Dream had jammed with the Sun Ra Arkestra? The editing by Tim Geck on the studio albums is what really seems to make the music unique in my opinion. Managing and flowing the sounds from all the various members together in a cohesive manner. Absolutely in love with this band, great stuff. Some favorites so far:Free LSD LPRust Clatter of the Midwest 7"Crazy Doberman self titled tapeIllusory Expansion tapehypnagogic relapse and other penumbral phenomena LP