Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: cr on June 05, 2022, 05:58:35 PMCan those Finnish tapes be bought somewhere?
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on May 04, 2022, 08:53:11 AMMolester "Rostov-On-Donu" CDRmaybe one of his very first ones? Live show from 2008 on pro-CDR, but privately distributed. Some of his works is leaning more to "power electronics" - perhaps most of all due the themes. This one, surely it can be filed under vile and disapproved interests, but musically pretty straight forward live harsh electronics. I remember meeting him in one of Japanese gigs, and man gave me bunch of items and some magazine as gift. Decade later, still appreciated!I think now there could be good time for some label to try to do anthology of forgotten years of Japanese noise. Just to see if it would be appreciated like the oldies always get attention no matter if wouldn't be absolute best.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on June 29, 2022, 08:34:29 AMIdler / Hattifnattar split tape SatatuhattaTwo side projects, from Mot and Violent Shogun. I didn't write any comments anywhere about Absurd Exposition release of those two projects. It was simply brilliant, and listened multiple times. This newer one, same guys on split, both with new name, new side project, more stripped down, perhaps more raw, more relying on absolute core of expression. You'll be not buried under dense layers, but very in-your-face simple noise. Simple, in context of being less layered, more direct and easy to hear all that is going on. Complex, in a sense that there is like zero moments of "one finger on button" type of noise. It's all about constant modulation, constant changes. Even if there would be fairly traditional methods like tape rewinding, feedback loops and such, it is all the time hands-on-approach. Controlling and shifting sound to something what it wasn't few seconds ago. Good tape!
Quote from: MT on June 29, 2022, 09:09:41 PMIntolitarian - "Modernity Resistance" CDPerfect madness for this horryfying heat wave. Previous Intolitarian releases have been kinda "ok/its alright" type material. But this new CD is very different. More organic production and that drum sound is just perfect for my ears. Add the shrieking commands of Kramer and it's a home run. Recommended if Intolitarian has been missing "that something" previously.
Quote from: MT on June 29, 2022, 09:09:41 PMKakerlak - "Reproductive Activity Rhythms" tapeBeen while, years, since I've spun this. Highly enjoyable harsh noise with plenty of texture and variation to keep listener active. Both sides have ideal lenght, around 12 mins. Also thanks to Self Abuse for dubbing this tape LOUD. I don't know is it the new tape deck and stereo amp I got but it has made me realise how many noise tapes are dubbed like garbage, so low volumes that the indicator on the tape deck barely indicates anything. But anyway, solid harsh noise tape by Kakerlak!Intolitarian - "Modernity Resistance" CDPerfect madness for this horryfying heat wave. Previous Intolitarian releases have been kinda "ok/its alright" type material. But this new CD is very different. More organic production and that drum sound is just perfect for my ears. Add the shrieking commands of Kramer and it's a home run. Recommended if Intolitarian has been missing "that something" previously.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on July 08, 2022, 09:35:40 AMas far as I know, previous album will be reissued soonish without the spoken word stuff. Spoken bits were homage to GG Allin album with Antiseen, and after that 1st press, future pressings without spoken pieces. I recall it was going to come out on american label.