Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Baglady on December 07, 2022, 12:15:50 AMRe: the discussion in the WCN pod thread about the scarcity of in depth discussion on noise and releases: very glad that this Now Playing thread is seeing more frequent lengthy posts again! Keep it up, please. Even when it's mostly stuff I wouldn't even let near my doorstep, it's always a good read. Encouraging!Edit: scrolling back a few months, I realize that most of the releases brought up are already in my shelf or would be most welcome there. Duh.
Quote from: -NRRRRK- on December 08, 2022, 01:32:34 PMHÖH/Violent Shogun - Untitled (Narcolepsia)A little addendum: there seems to have been no mastering or only light compression in post production. Tape levels are rather low, but there are some great dynamics to be found. Compliment on that.
Quote from: Theodore on December 08, 2022, 02:54:28 PMNow Playing : Meteoryt - Przezroczyste Królestwo Dymu CS [Heavy Meditation] . First listening. Label's name is a perfect description for this. Recorded in 1976, Poland ? Are you joking us mr. Haare ? This sounds like you !
Quote from: -NRRRRK- on December 08, 2022, 01:32:34 PMHÖH/Violent Shogun - Untitled (Narcolepsia)My first encounter with both projects. A-side has some beautiful lo-fi tape-loops and in-between-stations-radio. Very organic flow and a wonderful oldschool, murky sound. B-side sounds a little more refined and "musical", while A-side had a more collage-like character. B-side even features some almost hi-fi sounding synth drones. Some tracks feature loops with speech samples and some classic music in the background, which gives them a little martial/industrial touch. Unfortunately I cannot compare the tape to any other material of those projects or even make out who contributed which elements. Nevertheless enjoyed it very much and played it a couple of times back to back.A little addendum: there seems to have been no mastering or only light compression in post production. Tape levels are rather low, but there are some great dynamics to be found. Compliment on that.
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on December 10, 2022, 01:05:15 AM"Released in Memory of Keith". For some reason guessing this comp was planned before Keith's passing and the Mania track may have been one of the last things he recorded, but I'm not sure when the track was submitted. Please someone correct me or fill us in on the back story. Definitely more raw than the tracks on "Raw Nerves & Unseen Eyes".