Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Theodore on February 24, 2021, 12:44:18 PMFinal Solution - This Way: I tape : 2 long live performances, at the same place, with 2 months distance. 1990-1991. Recording of live at Side A is not of good quality, unfortunately. Sounds like the taper was moving in the space or the tape has degraded over time or equipment couldnt stand the Force. Probably the first. At times sound gets distant, then loud again, till around the half of the set when he finds his place till the end. But again when you listen Side B you understand what Side A could be too ! Side B, has no such problems, and recording does justice the dynamite they are, with its 'mix levels' and details ! They are on fire and offer Great fun ! It's obvious that within these 2 months they got better. Set is a little shorter, more coherent, and generally ... no rest for your ass. - Looking forward for what's next in the series. - I like the simple / uniform design of artwork. Since one knows this is a series, makes you wanna catch them all. - Maybe a cardboard box [flat to expand / form it yourself, for cheap shipping] and a big booklet with photos etc. at the end to complete the set ?
Quote from: W.K. on March 20, 2021, 09:51:05 PMLinecraft - Industrialized Criminals History (Digital, Hospital Productions)Not sure what to make of this. It's no noise, and honestly I wouldn't even pass it as industrial. Sounds like either a very early "pre-industrial" cassette from the early 80's or an dungeon synth project trying to do industrial. It's not bad, and the amateurish sound has it's charm for sure, but I can't match it with the strong war-like theme in my head. I do like the tile track with it's dropouts quite a bit though, so it's okay I guess, but those drum patterns and melodies are really too easy and simplistic for my liking.