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Title: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Nyodene D on December 10, 2009, 06:15:12 PM
Part of a lot of the draw for both reading and working for Special Interests is the chance to review both luminaries and up-and-comers in the genres of noise, industrial and ambient music. However, an important part of this magazine is servitude to the "special interests" of the scene we write for.

Therefore, on behalf of those eager and willing to contribute to this magazine, suggest some interviews we'd like to see.


moderation EDIT jan 13: Some messages removed here, so don't wonder if discussion "bounces" little bit.  Mikko


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 10, 2009, 08:02:30 PM
Intent is to kind of start from clean table. Not to worry who I may or may not have interviewed in my past magazine, which all came several years ago.
If someone would do new interview with Masami, I would not refuse. There was interview in Freak Animal zine, but many years ago. I feel that Merzbow gets plenty of publicity in other media, while many others don't.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Henrik III on December 10, 2009, 08:13:34 PM
I don't remember coming accross with his (new) interviews in a long time (not that I would have searched for one - any pointers?). Certainly he's referred often in the more mainstream press/literature but in a way he seems a bit of a persona non grata within the contemporary noisespehere. Perhaps should take the ball and try to chat with him in next march...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 10, 2009, 08:33:02 PM
If interview gets done, I'm happy to publish it.
Don't forget to stress him about what is this thing about dozens and dozens of birds in cd covers. Soon Japanese noise is stereotypically known from birds instead of bondage.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: bogskaggmannen on December 11, 2009, 11:20:56 AM
I could possibly try to write an interview with Tesco, especially since i'm doing the Tesco reviews at the Segerhuva forum. There was one in an old issue of that Ajna-related zine, right?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on December 11, 2009, 11:23:59 AM
Yeah, if you don't have it either Tommy or I can get you a copy of that interview. Klaus isn't the easiest guy to interview though...



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on December 11, 2009, 11:35:51 PM
When I talked about the possible value of documenting also the "uglier" side of our culture (or "scene" if you can stomach that terrible word), I was not proposing something as utterly mundane as a ripoff list. In the spirit of talking in a small group of invited people, such as this forum is right now, I merely wanted juggle some ideas. The idea that there is value in the confrontational does not have to be calling out names, or retelling details of feuds. There are other paths, of course. How about a review of the CALIFORNIA box set written by Tim Oliveira? I would read that with great interest. Not sure how skilled a critic Tim is, but given the history surrounding the release it shouldn't matter much.

I know fully well that this will not happen, naturally. And S.I. will be a better magazine in the hands of an editor who follows his own vision. But, this seemed like a good place to bounce some ideas that aren't usually discussed at all (in public).


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 12, 2009, 11:36:32 AM
En vacker dag får du smaka finnyxan, tjyvgubbe!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on December 12, 2009, 12:46:22 PM
I think it's always better when/if artists can be interviewed in their own language. For example, David Hopkins' interviews with C.C.C.C., Masonna et al in the (semi-)early issues of Bananafish are actually worth reading compared to almost any of the interviews with these artists done entirely in English.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ImpulsyStetoskopu on December 12, 2009, 10:08:30 PM
I have always wanted to read interesting interview with Peter SOTOS. I belief Mikko could do that. Besides I think that CONTAGIOUS ORGASM wasn't interviewed too many times. Maybe DOMINATOR (if members are still alive) and Darren Wyngarde guy from COSMONAUTS HAIL SATAN, EEYOW KAROOM etc. And maybe less known projects from Russia, Poland, Czech Republik, Hungary, Romania?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 13, 2009, 12:35:55 PM
Yes, I think BU has gotten noticed in about every format what band of this style can be noticed? Couple webzine interviews and for example Misanthropy #2 zine. Well, it isn't that much, but in scene this small, it's like "everywhere", haha.

I think people like SOTOS could be interesting, BUT I also think that people like sotos, bennett, akita, hiroshige, mundy, moynihan, and so on are the kind of "foundations", what are covered so many times. I think I have talked about it in past, but I find it very strange, that when for example PE/industrial noise people talk about art or literature, they often can come up with just sotos, t.brown, miquel angel, stu mead,  etc etc.  Like hand-outs of past. Mandatory things, that one needs to check out. And in a way, I do agree, but as genre, to only look back and only "bow down" in front of old masters and old influences seems foolish.  I do like for example T.Brown, but there are dozens and dozens more interesting guys on the field. I do like Sotos, but simply sticking on works of sotos, gillis, talk about the short period of time when Akita did bondage related works etc etc. seems like... why? There are endless amount of material out there. If one could offer something exceptional, some kind of new angle to interview or write article about the legends of genre, it would be nice, but do we need for example another article of John Duncan fucking corpse? I know I would buy and read it with pleasure, and I do find it little disturbing to ask myself why? Why again these guys, and why not someone else?
It often looks as some of things merely became part of genre mythology, what is like part of the sermon you go through over and over again. You can't simply talk about some recent incident. Some guy doing noise while pulling out dead cat from formaldehyde, causing extreme outrage in some noise gig in US. Was it 2 years ago? Who was it? Was it just retarded shit or was it more valid performance arts or intelligent move? I don't know. There's nobody talking about it. People just want to re-read of Nitch, Duncan, perhaps nasty old Hijokaidan shows, True Romance sick performances, or perhaps Factrix mechanical corpse robot?
I think one point of magazine could/should be to not keep on dragging exclusively on same artists and follow the blue-print of "noise interests" established in past, but give space for new views, new angles, new artists, sound and visual.

This not meaning that past should be rejected. And that old artists and aesthetic should be forgotten and move on to some totally unrelated hipster indie goof, but I'm confident there are more cults, killers, pornographers, artists, political groups, and so on, of interests, that the "big boys" (haha) introduced us. I believe there are bands, artists, sounds, which are faithful for unspoiled motivations, worth to look at. Even if they always remained in shadow of bigger ones. I believe currently active generations have special interests and sources and even finances to find them.

That's why I think for example "essentials" is interesting feature, when we can see quite large perspective of musical interest. I'm surprised that NOBODY till today have mentioned for example The New Blockaders.  Has anyone mentioned Ramleh? I don't recall so. Has there been any releases of Broken Flag even? I did in my listing, which is not published. It was only example sent to other people about format how writing should be contributed. Couple people do mention the mandatory things like NON, Whitehouse, Incapacitants, Merzbow. But most of all, it is strangely wide perspective what makes it interesting. It shows that there are very influential releases & artists that interest and motivate people.

I have been reading this advance version of A.L.A.P. Broken Flag article and it is such a massive piece (I'm talking of one article bigger than issue of Special Interest as a whole). With font size 10, I think it fills 60-80 A4 pages? It simply is something that after that, no more is needed to write about BF. All things are dealt with basically. With some other artists, I have the same feeling. All that can be said, has been said.

Due editorial reasons, I will erase my public comments of potential interview candidates, but I have more interest to cover for example IRON FIST OF THE SUN, SEKTOR 304, ANENZEPHALIA, EX.ORDER/INADE, the swedish "tape noise" scene, Finnish rising new blood, Japanese rising unknown bands (Linekraft, Iconoklast, Noiseuse, Molester, Lust Vessel crew,...), coverage of Japanese lost tapes or records (Niko, Building of Gel, Colloid, Grim, Love & Sincerity, etc..) and I could believe that MAYBE, just maybe, there would be few hundred people who would prefer to read about these, instead of simply about the utmost aknowledged mythical legends what are now covered also by "music press" and "journalist" who wouldn't waste another minute to actually listen to noise what has no publicity merits & "accepted" historical merit. But anyone who actually listens to noise, knows that there are so many jewels hidden there. Stuff like mentioned elsewhere in this topic. Do we need to read more of Masonna from some specialist magazine, if we can read of DMDN? Which would be preferred, Moynihan talking about Coup De Grace or perhaps... hmm.. exposing other old projects White Hand? Victor/im? Boy Dirt Car? and so on... 

I am thinking of bringing "industrial classics" section to magazine. For each issue to present 1 or 2 mandatory "classics" or the forgotten jewels. You know, something like F:A.R. first LP in indept look? Or intoduce some old release what new generations probably never get to read about. Authors to do this, can volunteer. If there is something you simply worship so passionately year after year and nobody seems to share this obsession. And nobody ever know the project you talk about. It can be aired out... hah.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: XE on December 13, 2009, 09:41:19 PM
BLOOD OV THEE CHRIST
ANTIchildLEAGUE
HALTHAN




Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: emil beaulieau on December 13, 2009, 09:50:50 PM
how about Jason Crumer, he's an interesting character

ask him about his hot dog stand

BEST - Ron


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 13, 2009, 09:54:16 PM
I second ANTIchildLEAGUE and CRUMER!

Another interesting UK project, SOFT OPTION KILLING. Hasn't released much (I aim to change that), keeps a very low profile and is all the more interesting as a person for it. Unlike the hordes of myspace whores crying me me me accompanied by one project blander than the next 24/7.



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: emil beaulieau on December 13, 2009, 11:00:11 PM
agreed about SOK, I remember doing some shows with him in the UK and his sets were well developed and interesting - isnt Hospital supposed to put out an LP by him?

I dont know if its suitable for SI but how about Clang Quartet, his approach and outlook is certainly different from everyone else

and while I'm at it, how about an interview with WRECK & DROOL from Israel, I've been fascinated by those guys ever since I 1st read their name, I think one of the guys lost his leg in a bombing (dont quote me on that, I could be wrong)

BEST - Ron



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 13, 2009, 11:20:29 PM
agreed about SOK, I remember doing some shows with him in the UK and his sets were well developed and interesting - isnt Hospital supposed to put out an LP by him?

It's supposed to happen but exactly when seems to be in the wind.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: emil beaulieau on December 13, 2009, 11:23:14 PM
yeah, sometimes things take way longer than they are supposed to - I remember hearing the demo, I thought it was excellent, next time I talk to Dom I'll have to ask him about it

BEST - Ron


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Nyodene D on December 14, 2009, 03:49:52 AM
Clanq Quartet would be cool



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: P-K on December 14, 2009, 11:50:32 PM
a nice long detailed Club Moral feature....


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on December 15, 2009, 12:05:27 AM
a nice long detailed Club Moral feature....
I was working on something like that a few years ago. My intention was to review/comment on all the items sold through Club Moral's STOCKLIST (SKL), including both Club Moral's own releases as well as soime distributed titles. But being a father of two left no time to go through with this project. I think I had in my possession around 2/3s of the complete SKL, and was actively trying to find the remaining items. Also, around the same time we were in touch with DDV regarding a possible retrospective CM release on Segerhuva, and he was completely uninterested, and quite arrogant. Maybe that made me lose some interest also. Still, I think the SKL represents a very interesting and highly creative part of the industrial history -- there are some absolute all-time classics in the list. For a magazine feature, a rundown of the SKL would make for great reading methinks.

As all (well, nearly all) of this is being made available (in a far inferior format, naturally) through Club Moral's blog, so basically it should be available to anyone who is interested in checking it out for themselves, so maybe a magazine feature would feel a bit... superfluous? But I definitely would like to see more written on the activities of DDV & AMVK, no shit.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: P-K on December 15, 2009, 12:13:07 AM
i know....but maybe more 'stories', not just dry info....more focus on Club Moral venue/place & who passed by & stayed here in Antwerp......

does he's blog also feature the Force Mental zines?

had a good laugh with the WB spam about the White Power comp...."remove it, or i'll sew you"


another tip : Les Nouvelles Propagandes?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on December 15, 2009, 12:15:52 AM
Force Mental is not included. Force Mental online seems just very.. very wrong. And yeah, there's another project for someone to work on...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 15, 2009, 12:16:25 AM
I'm thinking in depth CM feature would be a project more suited for ALAP.

A person whose music I can't really comment on but without doubt a very interesting character and a truly free spirit is RUBBISH. I've had my disagreements with him in the past but I've learnt not only to respect but also admire him. I'd be interested in finding out more about him and to read his take on things.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Andrew McIntosh on December 15, 2009, 02:17:44 AM
Odal.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 15, 2009, 09:58:06 AM
My intention was to review/comment on all the items sold through Club Moral's STOCKLIST (SKL), including both Club Moral's own releases as well as soime distributed titles. But being a father of two left no time to go through with this project.

I don't know how shitty idea is the "public development", but basically that's what happened for some of the ideas I have had. Like starting topic such a "swedish supremacy", "new japanese industrial/noise" and such on noisefanatics, which I later started to develop further into possible article/feature in magazine. Not happened yet, but will. Same was with some of reviews in SI#1. They existed online as raw versions, which were updated to print worthy. Some users why wonder why some passages sounds as if they have read it before, but I wonder if it de-values any of the article.

Something like currently ongoing label overviews could be good as printed document. One old label per issue, or such. If people seem to get glimpse of how it will be on forum first, maybe it will be still worthy of inclusion, with additional artwork, possibly label boss comments on (each) releases, perhaps artists comments on their releases and so on. Sometimes just "public" brainstorming might help to kickstart projects and get honestly interested people involved.

As I mentioned before, I read the upcoming Broken flag article for ALAP (advantage of being contributor there as well). It's fucking massive. Each release of label is dealt with info of project, comment of publisher, comment of artist, and related stories from their perspective. Same thing about G.R.O.S.S., but with additional "consumer/journalist" reviews of material shouldn't be impossible. And in my opinion, whatever is done online now, wouldn't lower value of historical document on printed paper.

If Club Moral overview needs assistance from various contributors and too much to handle for one guy, as one would imagine proper reviews of dozens and dozens of items... I'm sure there are some solutions.   


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on December 15, 2009, 10:03:46 AM
i know....but maybe more 'stories', not just dry info....more focus on Club Moral venue/place & who passed by & stayed here in Antwerp......

There are some stories from Harri/BOTC in Shock Tilt but they are all in Swedish. I hope when the ever delayed Shock Tilt book finally gets published the Harri interview will be translated into English.

I was toying with the idea of doing a complete Force Mental coffetable book but the sheer scope of all the artist (some pretty famous dead people also) with rights claims and on top of that a grumpy DDV just made me decided that it was somebody else headache. Still I would be an amazing book and I still go back to Force Mental for inspiration 25 years later.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: P-K on December 15, 2009, 05:48:40 PM
There are some stories from Harri/BOTC in Shock Tilt but they are all in Swedish.

BOTC, Gerechtigkeits Liga, Etat Brut, Coup De Grace, Con-Dom, NON......just imagine

digital Force Mental would be pure blasphemy

what about Bain Total/Die Form (EARLY Die Form!!!)?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Bloated Slutbag on December 18, 2009, 05:56:00 AM
In depth interviews with

Joe Lombardo
Mikawa
Taint/Mania
Hum of the Druid
more SICKNESS
Strict
TEF
Viodre
Timisoara
Kelly Churko
JLIAT
Thomas Koner
Controlled Bleeding

...focusing on philosophical ideas/ideals, artistic approach (not nuts n bolts yawn induction), concepts, fetishes, prejudices, criticism, opinions, rants - especially rants! - and so forth.

This may seem an odd prescription given my tendency to disparage didactic evidence of the above in the work itself... but that merely serves to acknowledge a more basic tendency to lose myself in the pure sonic moment, where all of these things are rendered meaningless. But. The rest of the time, when I'm less wrapped up in the good vibrations feeding into my auditory passages - now, for instance - I really do like to supplement my auricular urges with a good, hard, brain-picking.





Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Underwood on December 20, 2009, 01:32:41 AM
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Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 20, 2009, 09:41:46 AM
I agree #1 has plenty of artists being "alike". Not that they would sound the same, but they came from specific corner of scene. I won't yet reveal contents of #2, but I would say it has more variation. Going forward to direction intended. From old to new, from loud pe to guitar drone, to experimental sound. From dark to naturally "warm" and also humoristic.

#1 was put together in... was it about 2 months. It meant that I relied on the guys I know that have recent releases out, worth of support and most of all: get things done. For such a short time, I'm very happy how it came out.

I don't worry about crossover of ALAP / SI. I don't know how often ALAP is going to be published, but lets say if some artists is featured in SI#2, #3 or #4, when ALAP #2,3 or 4 comes out, it might be already years from now. Artists featured twice during couple years... I would guess would be just positive.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on December 20, 2009, 04:16:29 PM
I really would like in-depth articles about R&D Group and Produktion. If it is in SI or ALAP doesn't matter.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on December 20, 2009, 05:00:38 PM
Something that I feel is lacking in a lot of interviews in general is follow-up questions. Think about it.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 20, 2009, 05:26:48 PM
Something that I feel is lacking in a lot of interviews in general is follow-up questions. Think about it.

yeah. all the short ones were made to be on "one formula" basically. Thought to include bunch of standard questions for short interviews, but seems like will be none of those for next issue.
From long ones, I wasn't personally responsible of more than... one in #1? But yes, I agree and as for my own things and some contributions for #2, follow up questions are there.



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on December 20, 2009, 09:31:36 PM
I also think that boils down to the differance of making interviews in person and over the mail. I remember interviewing In Slaughter Natives years ago. It became a rather fun conversation over a couple of hours (hell to transcribe) that went from good to drunken rambling. Some people where upset with the casual reveling tone but Jouni said it was the best interview he ever given. We would never had gotten the same result over mail.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ARKHE on December 21, 2009, 11:26:02 AM
Stories covering local scenes/whatever are often interesting, if there are any... on groups of musicians, labels and organizers in, say, Bulgaria? Turkey? South East Asia? Not the common places people know about like UK, Finland, Japan, Benelux countries, Germany. If there's anything to be found in those quarters of the world worth attention.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 21, 2009, 05:07:48 PM
You've check out 3xCDR set of Polish industrial/"difficult music"/experimental of past? Guy reponsible of the release is already of this forum. I think it's all up to people who want to contribute about their domestic scene. I'd welcome scene reports, current or historical views on certain periods.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: implicitruin on January 05, 2010, 03:15:40 AM
CLOAMA
SEWER ELECTION
WILL OVER MATTER
THE TERATOLOGIST

Just a few off the top of my head.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on January 05, 2010, 09:59:26 AM
sewer election feature I did appears on ALAP #1. Should be soon.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on January 13, 2010, 07:57:02 PM
Topic is cleaned a bit. Pretty hastely. If you feel your important suggestion was thrown out with "personal" mails, feel free to repost suggestions. I am toying around with making zine bigger, but if we'll see 1st year with standard 52 pages issues, and see next year potentially +30% more pages?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on January 25, 2010, 06:26:01 AM
I'll third Jason Crumer
And how about Martin Bladh? I know he's got some interesting information on his blog, especially in his letters to Dennis Nelson, but I'd be interested to hear more about his inspirations and aspirations within his various projects.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on January 26, 2010, 12:01:20 PM
Just got #2 in the mail -- looks great! I haven't had time to read more than a small portion of the magazine, but it will stay on top of my to-read-pile.

One small suggestion though. For the interviews, it would be great to know right away who has done the interview. I know that this is listed in the contents listing on page 3, but it would be nice to have this piece of credit somewhere clearly noted, maybe at the start or end of each interview. To me, it's a vital piece of information to know who is asking the questions.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on January 26, 2010, 12:20:23 PM
as said, that is mentioned in page 2, where credits are given. With reviews, initials indicate the author (and initials listed in beginning of review section). I thought about giving credit for interviews in beginning or end of interview, so yeah, might start from #3.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: trashritual on January 26, 2010, 11:21:31 PM
A Club Moral related article as Tommy and others have mentioned would be fantastic. To be honest I would prefer to have the article based entirely on 2nd hand perspective of individuals who interacted outside of DDV and AMVK. More intuned with artists that shared the bill, performed at or even individuals that just witnessed the related gigs. DDV has given more than enough information on his accounts of CM gigs both on the blog as well in Force Mental, interviews, etc. I think with the CM blogspot DDV has done a fine enough job of posting contact addresses of multiple individuals who at one time were associated in one way or another so the leads can start there. The problem of course is in these individuals actually taking the time to contribute when there is minimum to no gain on their part.



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on January 31, 2010, 01:21:37 PM
I'm 'GILLHAM' on the Troniks/Chondritic Sound board.

I got a copy of SI.2 off Dave/S&Q yesterday. Certainly looks good. Looking forward to reading it.

Some interviews I'd like to read are (some obvious choices here, but still) :

Eye/HANATARASH (covering entire history)
Juntaro/THE GEROGERIGEGEGE (but where is he?)
MAURIZIO BIANCHI (covering early recordings)
Mikawa/INCAPACITANTS
David Jackman/ORGANUM
Andy Bolus/EVIL MOISTURE
KK NULL (covering early solo recordings, A.N.P, etc)
Nobuo Yamada
Naohiro Ukawa
Hitomo Arimoto/BEAST 666, 777 was 666
Ron/EMIL BEAULIEAU, RRR
Steve Underwood/HARBINGER SOUND
WHITE HOSPITAL/GRIM/VASILISK
Z'EV
etc.

I would've said Ulex Xane/STREICHER if there wasn't already the great Degenerate interview.

TNB have never done interviews.

Figure it out for yourself who the members of DOMINATOR really are.



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Antihumanism on January 31, 2010, 04:39:46 PM
Music related:
Cloama
Strom ec
Der blutleuchte
Mania

Non music related:
Peter sotos (yes, me too! i am sure Mikko would ask the correct questions for an long in depth interview)
Tory lane and Mya Nic(h)ole (filthy porn sluts)


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: RG on February 01, 2010, 07:34:29 AM
Strom.ec
Steel Hook Prostheses
Brethren
Deathkey
Hum of the Druid
Blue Sabbath Black Cheer
Philip Best/Consumer Electronics
Genocide Organ
True Force/Pain Electronics and/or Liver Mortis/Pleasure Fluids


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: andy vomit on February 03, 2010, 04:19:44 AM
ULEX XANE
MICHAEL NINE

the interview wouldn't even have to be about their music, i think personal ideologies & philosophies would be more interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Niko on February 03, 2010, 09:29:57 PM
ULEX XANE
the interview wouldn't even have to be about their music, i think personal ideologies & philosophies would be more interesting.

Theres lenghty interview in Degenerate 1, you can find pdf version here: http://massmirror.com/6d0139d088b2db7185c0d30a71652009.html

I think it's okay to put the link because it's been sold out for years?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 03, 2010, 09:36:57 PM
It's ok to link it.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Haare on February 04, 2010, 10:36:06 AM
Some interviews I'd like to read are (some obvious choices here, but still) :

Eye/HANATARASH (covering entire history)
Juntaro/THE GEROGERIGEGEGE (but where is he?)
MAURIZIO BIANCHI (covering early recordings)
Mikawa/INCAPACITANTS
David Jackman/ORGANUM
Andy Bolus/EVIL MOISTURE
KK NULL (covering early solo recordings, A.N.P, etc)
Nobuo Yamada
Naohiro Ukawa
Hitomo Arimoto/BEAST 666, 777 was 666
Ron/EMIL BEAULIEAU, RRR
Steve Underwood/HARBINGER SOUND
WHITE HOSPITAL/GRIM/VASILISK
Seconded.
Of the more "current" names, I'd like:
Sick seed
Alfarmania


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 04, 2010, 07:35:13 PM
"behind the curtains" I often communicate with other magazine makers to avoid too much of overlap. I believe some of these wishes listed in the wants will be seen in other noise related magazines pretty soon.

Suggestion can be mailed, don't be annoyed if they won't be commented. It's just editorial policy to not reveal who will and who won't be considered and why. And who's already coming and who's yet to be reaches etc..


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on February 07, 2010, 12:14:21 PM
Actually, yes, I think a new interview with ULEX XANE would be a good idea. Say in about a year from now, after the CD reissues have had plenty of time to get around and for people to take them in, etc. Plus, he generally always has something interesting to say anyway.

It would be interesting to see how Ulex feels about the attention he has received/will receive as a result of them. Will he finally get the recognition he deserves? Does he even really want it though? Of course plenty of 'us' have known for years how great Streicher is - it's an ultimate cult act and will surely remain so, so does it not matter eitherway? Interest in Streicher has steadily increased ever since the 'War Without End' CD release on Cold Spring in 2002 of course, but I've definitely noticed further interest over these last few years especially too, and so the reissues have come at the perfect time really.

Again, I totally and utterly commend Mikko's insight in reissuing all the Streicher and Goldenrod stuff. Rest assured, if I ran a label and/or had the money, it certainly would've been something I would've looked into doing it myself. It's just a shame I still haven't been able to afford to buy them all yet! Haha.

To say the least, I was initially very surprised by the content of Ulex's entensive myspace profile, and was surprised he was even on anything like myspace in the first place, and it sort of ruined part of the 'mystique' Ulex/Streicher had for me at first, but then the content of course created further mystery that I couldn't help but be intrigued by, and so learning more about the different sides of the man himself via his page has been quite fascinating, and I agree that a new interview should also focus on his personal ideologies & philosophies, etc.

What did everybody think of the Streicher tribute compilation tape 'THE STORMER'? I knew it was never going to be great, but I liked the idea enough to want to hear it and I quite enjoyed it. If you haven't heard it, you can check it out here :
http://heavyelectronics.wordpress.com/2009/09/08/v-a-the-stormer/


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 07, 2010, 12:37:47 PM
there has been talk about Streicher interview, extensive look into whole project.
But we'll see. It might take time. I know that Ulex wrote pages & pages of text for Zero Tolerance interview, which was in normal style only used as source of taking few quotes. I'm quite sure the long replies he spent time with, shouldn't be wasted. But rather used as base on longer feature. We'll see...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Goat93 on February 07, 2010, 11:55:59 PM
whas about making a Book with the manifestos, interviews, essays ect from
xane?



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Andrew McIntosh on February 08, 2010, 12:49:37 AM
That is a good idea.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 08, 2010, 09:14:15 AM
Sometimes too ambitious plans go crashing down. Early enthusiasm is turned into jaded boredom where nothing gets finished. Seen it happen so many times. Of course nothing against putting both things in reality, but now when Streicher is at least in theory back in action, I think book about it is too early.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: andy vomit on February 10, 2010, 03:24:55 AM
That is a good idea.

fuck yes.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on February 11, 2010, 07:56:05 PM
I'd certainly buy a Streicher book if one is ever published, but I totally see where Mikko is coming from. In the Degenerate interview, I think Ulex said that he didn't receive one single order for the Streicher manifestos collection booklet/book/whatever he'd put together some years ago.

I own some of the original manifestos (and some Thule Society printed stuff too). There're great. I posted this same picture over at CS/Troniks before. When I get a new scanner I've promised to scan and upload them all. Eventually!

(http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e288/blackoperations/DSCF0012.jpg)


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: klono on February 13, 2010, 08:45:36 AM
^^^^either a Streicher book, or book with Ulex Xane printed stuff will get my money

Maurizio Bianchi
Genocide Organ
SickSeed
Alfarmania


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: MT on February 13, 2010, 10:46:38 AM
Consumer Electronics would be interesting one. Would not mind seeing Philip in other sections of SI either. Prurient is another I would like read.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 13, 2010, 07:01:07 PM
I got bunch of original P.Best collages got when he was selling original arts. Not sure if its nice enough for zine. Its more about substance than visually nice creations. I have audio interview with Prurient from 2006 or something like that. Perhaps not the most accurate today, but really classic pieces nobody has heard since they were captured. Not sure if artists wants them to be published at this point, there's probably 30min piece with nothing about music, just about various sexual obsessions.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: moozz on February 17, 2010, 10:47:02 AM
Einleitungszeit
Phage Tapes
Urashima / Alo Girl


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: kettu on February 17, 2010, 05:52:21 PM
I have audio interview with Prurient from 2006 or something like that. Perhaps not the most accurate today, but really classic pieces nobody has heard since they were captured. Not sure if artists wants them to be published at this point, there's probably 30min piece with nothing about music, just about various sexual obsessions.

couple more and you could put the mag out with a cd. gaya is coming over... dando in the summer. these things dont happen every day.

I seriously dont think that a cdr would be the end of the world in this case. since you  have those burning towers and the cd basically only has informational value.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: leighstench on February 19, 2010, 01:54:36 PM
ron ie e.b, rrrecords
odal ..
kenji siratori
uk scence report
cold spring records
deathkey
mania
the eastern front records
con-dom
slogun
richard ramirez,deadline recordings ...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: rottingmouth on February 25, 2010, 07:41:06 AM
I'd like to see anything Schimpfluch related.  Everything Rudolph Eb.er I've read has been especially interesting and strange.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on February 25, 2010, 11:24:24 AM
Tape discussion with Proiekt Hat. Essentials with Treriksröset and Brighter Death Now.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: WAR on March 06, 2010, 03:24:23 AM
XENOPHOBIC EJACULATION
DEATHKEY
SICK SEED
FLESHOBEDIENCE
WILL OVER MATTER
HALTHAN
POGROM


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Stagger on March 15, 2010, 12:35:44 AM
different artists with different methods of recording


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Borellus on March 21, 2010, 11:31:29 AM
Ritual Feces

I read that they've done action this and then, but otherwise since I don't know the circles other information is totally veiled. I listen to their tape "Morbid Mission 001" sometimes and I like their sound, so it would be interesting to read more about the band's activity and possible future.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on March 21, 2010, 12:24:36 PM
Ritual Feces more noisecore band, but they did some noise too. It's members of Golden Rain, but with more people was there? I don't know if project itself is enough to be target of interview, but these guys with everything they do, could be.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Harvest on March 21, 2010, 09:10:36 PM
golden rain
american boots
Karasyozoku


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Arvo on March 28, 2010, 05:37:58 AM
I'd be very interested in interviews with Esplendor Geometrico and Vivenza. 


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ImpulsyStetoskopu on March 28, 2010, 08:19:11 AM
I'd be very interested in interviews with Esplendor Geometrico and Vivenza. 


I have got interesting interview with VIVENZA (probably one of the latest in his musical career, if not the last) and  reviews of the most his releases. It was published (only in Polish) in my zine STETOSKOP almost ten years ago. I would able to share it in IS if Mikka was interested in that.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: RG on April 02, 2010, 07:43:43 AM
Control
Anenzephalia
Sick Seed
Crank Sturgeon


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: SKY BURIAL on April 09, 2010, 03:28:50 AM
It would be great to see interviews with members of older bands (either active or defunct) like Konstruktivits, Zoviet France, Missing Foundation, The Anti Group, Portion Control, Attrition, Controlled Bleeding, etc.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Goat93 on April 09, 2010, 02:52:14 PM
Danny Devos is active again with new Music, so an Interview would be great. Also Pacific 231 or Milita. I think Pacific and Milita are not really often interviewed or i'm wrong?

A new Streicher + New Stuff Interview would also be essientel


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Tommy Carlsson on April 09, 2010, 03:01:26 PM
I'd like to know more about Frank of Vinyl On Demand. There's a label that is getting a ton of praise, but have also been criticised for their release decisions. I think an interview on Frank's personal taste and his label aesthetics could be very interesting reading.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Niko on April 09, 2010, 03:09:46 PM
Budrus interview would probably be interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on April 09, 2010, 10:47:58 PM
Yeah - add Frank/Vinyl On Demand to my list too.

I would also like to read interviews with members of some of the older bands mentioned above. Wasn't some Missing Foundation stuff reissued quite recently?!

Ha, remember the kid punk band Old Skull from the late 80s/early 90s. They were the sons of a Missing Foundation member.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Skull

Old Skull 'Homeless'
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtEmcruWTso


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: BARRIKAD on April 10, 2010, 12:12:46 AM
KRIMINAALISET METSÄNHALTIJAT, Dave Phillips, Phage tapes, Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words.

Essentials with: Nil By Mouth, Government Alpha, MK9       


 
   


 


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: SKY BURIAL on April 12, 2010, 03:29:33 PM
Sardh


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ghomor on April 19, 2010, 11:16:00 PM
those on could kick butts

rasthof dachau
pain nail
consumer electronics
ramleh
gelsomina
...
...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: absorb on April 26, 2010, 04:27:42 AM
Interviews I'd like to see in future "Special Interest" issues:

BELIALIST: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Belialist (http://www.discogs.com/artist/Belialist)
Flowerday
KARJALAN SISSIT
Monarch (Taskmaster/ Rusalka)
SUDDEN INFANT
Bastard Noise
Actuary :http://www.myspace.com/actuarysound (http://www.myspace.com/actuarysound)
FUNERARY CALL/ Sistrenatus

VISUAL ART: Bruno Richard



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Strömkarlen on April 26, 2010, 09:08:22 AM

VISUAL ART: Bruno Richard


Second that and while anyone is at it I would like to read an interview with Xavier from Timeless. His thoughts behind Timeless and his ever expanding mail-order.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: RyanWreck on May 02, 2010, 02:13:39 AM
I've only read a handful of the replies so someone else has probably already mentioned most of these. But the interview I would like to read:

Liver Mortis/ TF/PE label (any of the units or people associated with this label would be great, i.e. Pleasure Fluids)
Taint/Mania
Xenophobic Ejaculation/Snuff/BU/Filth and Violence (once again any of these would be great)
Ames Sanglantes
Koufar
Deathkey
Slogun




Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: mystikum on May 06, 2010, 02:33:14 AM
prurient, custodian


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: SK on May 08, 2010, 04:41:51 PM
Ulex Xane
Kramer
Survival Unit
Xenophobic Ejaculation



Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dan J on June 08, 2010, 12:53:38 AM
daniel - raionbashi/tochnit aleph


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: xdementia on June 09, 2010, 09:10:50 PM
FUNERARY CALL/ Sistrenatus

FYI: http://existest.org/bloodties/viewtopic.php?t=191


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cipher chris on June 10, 2010, 04:38:12 AM
daniel - raionbashi/tochnit aleph

coming real soon from me


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Donal O on July 07, 2010, 01:31:49 PM

Yeah Einleitungszeit !
lunar abyss deus organum
Eric La Casa
Allerseelen

Evan if stuff is old or familiar to you Miko that does not mean you are not reaching a new audience !
I would not mind to learn about wierd or historic live actions!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: re:evolution on August 14, 2010, 08:47:27 AM
IRM
ALFARMANIA
CON-DOM


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ABISSO on August 14, 2010, 11:47:25 AM
martin bladh


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: kittymagic on August 26, 2010, 12:38:36 PM
i'd like to suggest a philip best interview in the magazine. that'd be interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ABISSO on August 26, 2010, 11:30:19 PM
i'd like to suggest a philip best interview in the magazine. that'd be interesting.


yes
on contemporary of his book


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Niko on September 02, 2010, 02:50:58 PM
Ättestupa!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: pentd on September 16, 2010, 12:55:48 AM
keuhkot + cleaning women + jorma tapio + verde


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on September 25, 2010, 08:59:12 PM
This is a long list but I couldn't figure a better way to post it. I tried to be as accurate as possible.

5 Votes
Deathkey
Phillip Best
Sick Seed/Gelsomina
Ulex Xane

4 Votes
Bizarre Uproar (#3)
Taint/Mania

3 Votes
Alfarmania
Club Moral
Con-Dom
Jason Crumer

2 Votes
ANTIchildLEGUE
Blood Ov Thee Christ
Clang Quartet
Cloama
Controlled Bleeding
Emil Beaulieau
Genocide Organ
Halthan
Hum of the Druid
Incapacitants
IRM
MB
Missing Foundation
MK9
Odal
Prurient
Ritual Feces/Golden Rain
Slogun
Soft Option Killing
STROM.ec
Will Over Matter

1 Vote
Actuary
Allerseelen
American Boots
Ames Sanglantes
Anenzephalia
The Anti-Group
Attrition
Ättestupa
Bastard Noise (#4)
Belialist
Brethren
Brighter Death Now
Cleaning Women
Contagious Orgasm
Control
Cosmonaughts Hail Satan
Coup de Grace
Crank Sturgeon
Custodian
Dave Phillips
Die Butleuchte
Dominator
Eeyow Karoom
Einleitungszeit
Eric La Casa
Esplendor Geometrico
Etat Brut
Evil Moisture
Fleshobedience
Flowerday
Funerary Call
Gerechtigkeits Liga
The Gerogerigegege
Government Alpha
Hanatarash
Jliat
Joe Lombardo
Jorma Tapio
Karjalan Sissit
Kelly Churko
Kenji Siratori
Keuhkot
KK NULL
Konstruktivits
Koufar (#4)
Lunar Abyss
Martin Bladh
Militia
Monarch
NON
Organum
Peter Sotos
Pogrom
Portion Control
Produktion
Projekt Hat
Richard Ramirez
RUBBISH
Saradh
Schimpfluch
Sewer Election
Sickness (#1, essentials, #4)
Steel Hook Prostheses
Sudden Infant
Survival Unit
T.E.F.
The Teratologist
Thomas Koner
Timisoara
Treriksröset (#3, the art of analogue tape noise)
Ukawa Naohiro
Viodre
Vivenza (#3)
White Hospital/Grim
Wreck & Drool
Zoviet France

Labels
Beast 666 Tapes (2 Votes)
Cold Meat Industry
Cold Spring Records
Deadline Recordings
The Eastern Front Records
Harbinger Sound
Lust Vessel (2 Votes)
Nil By Mouth
Phage Tapes (2 Votes)
Timeless Magazine
Tochnit Aleph (label)
True Force / Pain Electronics (2 Votes)
Urashima (#3)


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: bogskaggmannen on September 25, 2010, 10:00:35 PM
So you suggest this magazine should employ democratic rules regarding interviewobjects? I prefer to read interviews with "journalists" that are genuinely interested in the artist/whatever they delve into.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on September 26, 2010, 01:04:37 AM
No. I think it's interesting to see what people have requested.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on September 28, 2010, 06:06:18 PM
When I watch the list, it seems like there are plenty of these planned in future issues. Maybe not for next, but sometime. Suggestions are welcomed as recommendations & reminders, but as bogskaggmannen mentions, it's basically choise of journalists who they feel interested in and matter of magazine policy what fits in to particular issue.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on September 28, 2010, 08:39:54 PM
Some of these people are harder to reach than others as well I'd imagine.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Vehemency on September 29, 2010, 09:35:54 PM
Umpio, perhaps? Already covered lately in one Finnish magazine, but would fit well in SI and deserves an English interview too, I think.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Cym on September 30, 2010, 12:48:22 AM
Taint/Mania
Genocide Organ
Anenzephalia
Prurient


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on September 30, 2010, 04:53:13 PM
Small Cruel Party


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on October 01, 2010, 09:22:22 AM
I recall ALAP was planning for SCP feature?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on October 01, 2010, 06:21:48 PM
I recall ALAP was planning for SCP feature?

Don't know about that... SCP is mentioned as part of another article at the website however:

Apraxia
An interview with Patrick Barber, the man behind the label. Covers the output of this legendary label who released Blowhole, Prick Decay, Small Cruel Party and others in the early 90's.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: UltraViscosa on October 01, 2010, 09:15:13 PM
Rather than see a Interview with anyone in special, i would like to point the fact that the interviews have become less deep, away from the ones on the first issue. I praised the first number cause a lot of the interviews were not only limited to the musical circle, but rather the interpretations of the artist itself on todays phenomena (e.g. pornography, politics, social behaviour) but now in number 3 most of the interviews are standard (not the art of analog tape int., but the artists) and limited to "Who are you?, what do you do? what do you released? what will you release?", and that is kinda bad, specially for the bunch of zines out there that limits on that. I believe SI can become a real standard for the culture journalism, and a portal to really understand the artist and not just to praise what he has done.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: kittymagic on October 07, 2010, 10:51:24 AM

Kenji Siratori


Beast 666 Tapes

yes and yes!!!
(beast 666 are interesting, an interview would be nice... one of the weird things they've done, is: on their website they have free downloads of obscure video clips and recordings of Traci Lords. that is a strange thing to do!)
(and kenji siratori: he obvously would be a great interview.)


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cipher chris on October 09, 2010, 04:06:57 PM
I tried to get a Beast 666 interview for my 'zine a couple of years ago.  Was told he has never done, and will never do, an interview.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Violent Noise Atrocities on October 10, 2010, 06:29:06 AM
Churner / violent Noise Atrocities ???


already done two....Special Interest would be three.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on October 10, 2010, 11:44:29 AM
I tried to get a Beast 666 interview for my 'zine a couple of years ago.  Was told he has never done, and will never do, an interview.


This was the case also with my attempt earlier this year.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on November 13, 2010, 09:18:34 AM
Marc Zeier / G*Park


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 07, 2010, 11:10:02 PM
A full band interview with IRM.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: manuel-ronf on December 08, 2010, 12:48:30 AM
IRM !!!
UMPIO
BUDRUUS


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: GEWALTMONOPOL on December 08, 2010, 02:18:36 AM
With a new album out which is yet another step in a new direction, a new(ish) member and the absence of any weak releases ït would be interesting to find out more about IRM. What brought them to this point, where they are now and perhaps where they are heading.

Umpio as a new and unknown project would also be intersting.

Good call on Budrus. Another project that walks its own interesting path.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: tisbor on December 08, 2010, 04:53:20 AM
Niku Dorei (noisecore feature?)
Filthy Turd


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ARKHE on December 12, 2010, 01:15:31 PM
IRM, definitely, for the reasons TGE mentioned - there's enough thought behind their works to make up for several pages of in-depth interviewing.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 12, 2010, 02:53:09 PM
At this point, I think is also good to remind that Special Interests is always looking for contributing writers! Mainly those who are interested to do interviews! e-mail or PM me for suggestion what you'd like to contribute and I'll let you know.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: BBBlood on January 11, 2011, 11:48:43 PM
I second ANTIchildLEAGUE and CRUMER!

Another interesting UK project, SOFT OPTION KILLING. Hasn't released much (I aim to change that), keeps a very low profile and is all the more interesting as a person for it. Unlike the hordes of myspace whores crying me me me accompanied by one project blander than the next 24/7.



Hope to see more Soft Option Killing in the future!


As for the discussion, I there should be more of the essentials and more of the art of analogue tape noise. They're my favourite sections.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: A S I T G on January 12, 2011, 10:12:27 PM
if you could somehow track down STRICT, that would be amazing. curious to know more


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Bleak Existence on January 13, 2011, 02:48:59 AM
Hijokaidan & Incapacitants


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Molluskground, Inc. on January 13, 2011, 09:31:08 PM
Cowards would be my first pick. Forgotten Resonance was one of the best releases I had heard last year, let alone one of the best debut albums.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: implicitruin on January 18, 2011, 06:38:02 PM
PESTDEMON

Seems like the project is reaching its end, but with an upcoming LP, I figured an interview might still not be too late?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: STREETMEAT on March 23, 2011, 08:50:12 AM
would love to see:
Snuff
Pasi just talking about XE
Pogrom
Mikko just talking about Nicole 12
Pharmakon
Pleasure Fluids
Mortuario
Above Suspicion
Liver Mortis
Concrete Violin
R.S.P.
Blood ov thee Christ


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: magnus on March 25, 2011, 12:48:09 AM
To be honest i´d prefer to see less interviews in the next issues and more articles on various things. To me many interviews tend to be rather similar and basically most artists don´t have that much interesting things to say. S.I. have had some really great interviews over the issues, but quite a few lacklustre ones as well... Articles would be nice, also because i really like Mikko´s writing, even if the subject sometimes maybe not interest me personally that much, there´s often a enthusiastic (fanatical?) drive in what he writes that grabs the reader. So more from the editor, please!

That said, some few that i wouldn´t mind featured
ESPLENDOR GEOMETRICO
GOVERNMENT ALPHA
HIJOKAIDAN
HOLLOW BUSH
+ maybe last issue´s coverman, Lebedev-Frontov, from what i remember his projects LINIJA MASS, STALNOJ PACT and others were really good.

the tape noise & essentials sections are brilliant as well!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on March 25, 2011, 09:19:57 AM
To be honest i´d prefer to see less interviews in the next issues and more articles on various things. To me many interviews tend to be rather similar and basically most artists don´t have that much interesting things to say. S.I. have had some really great interviews over the issues, but quite a few lacklustre ones as well... Articles would be nice, also because i really like Mikko´s writing, even if the subject sometimes maybe not interest me personally that much, there´s often a enthusiastic (fanatical?) drive in what he writes that grabs the reader. So more from the editor, please!

Line-up of the next issue is slowly getting together. I would believe for most of part, it will be very interesting. Some pretty known artists, but perhaps revealing new things not usually found in their interviews...  Still almost 2 months to go, so we'll see.
About "articles" of some sort. I have considered skip the editorials and use the space for purpose of article(s), but we'll see. There will be more articles of various kinds in future, but changes will be small and slow paced. I think next planned change is to adjust the size of zine. Simply make it perhaps 5-8mm smaller in wideness, merely due shipping reasons. (now 21 x 14,8.. in future maybe 21 x 14cm?)

I don't know if I have commented about this, but who and what will be or won't be considered for interview, won't be discussed here, just to avoid expectations or drama, but suggestions are more than welcome. Keep them coming, even if "staff" doesn't seem to react.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: XE on April 03, 2011, 03:49:38 PM
MANIC/DEPRESSION (unique person- not a much info anywhere?)
GOLDEN RAIN (Finlands best kept secret heh- low profile - bright future)
POGROM !!!
FUNERAL MONGOLOIDS and NOISECORE stuff overall

Was it mentioned somewhere allready but articles from "fan(atic)" point of view, discography of certain labels/bands.Release by release, pics, comments etc.




 


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Harvest on April 03, 2011, 06:57:24 PM
Was it mentioned somewhere allready but articles from "fan(atic)" point of view, discography of certain labels/bands.Release by release, pics, comments etc.

something similar to PDB and GROSS label overviews on this board? if so, PLEASE include these in a future issue or similar style articles.

by Maniacs for Maniacs


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on April 04, 2011, 07:14:39 AM
There has been plan to revise those - and complete properly, and put them also available in print. I don't "trust" so much the online presence, what comes to longevity of boards. Of course, if it's up to me, SI board is going nowhere. Bills will be paid etc.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: RyanWreck on April 18, 2011, 06:49:08 PM
MANIC/DEPRESSION (unique person- not a much info anywhere?)
GOLDEN RAIN (Finlands best kept secret heh- low profile - bright future)
POGROM !!!
FUNERAL MONGOLOIDS and NOISECORE stuff overall

Was it mentioned somewhere allready but articles from "fan(atic)" point of view, discography of certain labels/bands.Release by release, pics, comments etc.


I have Pogrom covered!

I agree about the Noisecore stuff. I would like to see Funeral Mongoloids, Tortured Hooker, Ritual Hatred, Anal Barbara, Euthanizer, Generic Shit, etc. Some of these new up and comers are blowing my mind. A piece on Noisecore in general would be a good read.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Crawlspace on April 24, 2011, 07:38:27 AM
Rodger Karmanik
Nordvargr
Lina B Doll
Peter Anderson ( Raison D etre )


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: tiny_tove on May 02, 2011, 02:57:39 PM
I think I never read a single line from DOMINATOR.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ImpulsyStetoskopu on May 02, 2011, 09:14:16 PM
I think I never read a single line from DOMINATOR.


Probably they could say the same things as guys from WHITEHOUSE... :) Anyway, I like this group, though they are so duplicate...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: phagetapes on June 03, 2011, 04:45:12 PM
Francisco Lopez


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: emboscado on June 03, 2011, 07:55:41 PM
Genocide Organ (this is be a tough one!)
Anenzephalia
William Bennet
Haus Arafna
Propergol


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dan J on June 04, 2011, 10:57:01 AM
KERÄNEN
LETTERA22
ARV&MILJÖ
PAN label.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Colin Martin on June 06, 2011, 11:07:22 AM
Nicole 12
Defiler
Control
Sewer Goddess


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: implicitruin on June 06, 2011, 01:49:09 PM
Sewer Goddess is featured in SI #1.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: phagetapes on June 26, 2011, 05:11:22 AM
Lethe from Japan


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cheesepulse on June 26, 2011, 11:50:20 AM
Styggelse / Alfarmania


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on June 26, 2011, 02:07:16 PM
Styggelse / Alfarmania

see Exoteric V for good interview with him. Available from distributors and Nil By Mouth.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Haare on June 28, 2011, 10:40:44 AM
KERÄNEN
PAN label.
Seconded.
There was a Keränen/Rulla interview in one of PekkaPT's old zines but that was years ago, time for a new one.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Matthias on June 28, 2011, 09:12:06 PM
Skullflower
Matteo Castro of Lettera22/Kam Hassah
Ochu


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: nidding on July 08, 2011, 12:32:30 PM
PAN label.
Seconded. Or actually thirded (?).
Would also like interviews with Raionbashi/Tochnit Aleph, Joke Lanz and Rudolf Eb.er.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: phagetapes on July 08, 2011, 05:59:55 PM
PAN label.
Seconded. Or actually thirded (?).
Would also like interviews with Raionbashi/Tochnit Aleph, Joke Lanz and Rudolf Eb.er.

Sudden Infant was in issue 3
and Rudolf has a massive spread in as loud as possible.

but Raionbashi/ Tochnit Aleph would be interesting. 


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: nidding on July 08, 2011, 11:33:43 PM
Sudden Infant was in issue 3
and Rudolf has a massive spread in as loud as possible.

but Raionbashi/ Tochnit Aleph would be interesting. 

Right just looked through my #3 and saw that.
There's a big article about Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock in As Loud As Possible, yep, but it's more a study by a scholar. But I'd actually like to hear more words coming straight from the man himself - I'd find it interesting to see how he himself articulates his work, rather than how someone else does.
Would make perfect sense with Raionbashi/Tochnit Aleph, the guy's pretty central to a lot of stuff that's going on and to the spread of avantgarde/noise/etc.

Oh yeah, and by the seconding this:
Matteo Castro of Lettera22/Kam Hassah (and Second Sleep)


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on July 09, 2011, 09:17:11 AM
Raionbashi is featured in latest Night Science magazine+CD.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: nidding on July 09, 2011, 12:23:42 PM
Perfect!
I'm apparently having trouble keeping up with the content of the fanzines. Embarrassing.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: algiz on July 12, 2011, 10:45:20 PM
Proiekt Hat
Mauthausen Orchestra


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: LightenUpSounds on August 03, 2011, 05:26:18 AM
CHOP SHOP


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: HONOR_IS_KING! on August 05, 2011, 09:46:37 PM
Proiekt Hat

Yes please.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on August 06, 2011, 02:08:13 AM

what they said


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on September 21, 2011, 06:24:09 AM
F&V was already done. And I think NSV was done in either SI or Troubled Sleep. Can't remember, maybe I'm wrong on that one.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on September 23, 2011, 07:21:51 AM
It was a label profile on Filth and Violence. Check the threads about the old issues they often say which artists and labels are included


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on September 23, 2011, 09:15:34 AM
many F&V artists are featured in Pure Stench blog/website. He has topic here with links.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: tisbor on September 30, 2011, 07:37:16 PM
Quote
CHOP SHOP

yes!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: acsenger on February 04, 2012, 07:04:26 AM
Mikko, I remember earlier on in this topic you said there would be a Merzbow interview in the then upcoming SI, but nothing came of that. Is that interview still planned?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on February 04, 2012, 12:42:59 PM
I guess so, but it's up to the contributors who have this material being edited...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: D. Davis on February 07, 2012, 08:15:44 PM
Gonna second or third on Hal Hutchinson. Also maybe Metal Junk abusers of sorts. In depth with Silence of Vacuum - motives/tools.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Necrobot on March 13, 2012, 01:59:46 PM
Sleep Sessions from Poland. He's putting out some really quality stuff! http://sleepsessions.org/


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: evilmoisture on June 13, 2012, 01:24:28 AM
I don't post often on these boards, but for whoever mentioned Rudolf eb.er, there's an interview with him in the first RRReport, although it's the tip of (an old) iceberg. Likewise for my work, someone suggested an Evil Moisture interview, I'd be up for that. Also Rudolf and my project GEROTSUNAMI


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Half Aborted on June 15, 2012, 02:43:44 AM
Snotnosed/Michael Gillham
Filthy Turd/Darren Wyngarde
Mutant Ape/George Proctor
Smell & Quim/Dave Walkett
Mania/Keith Brewer


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on June 15, 2012, 07:57:59 AM
SMELL & QUIM already featured !


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: enmity on June 15, 2012, 08:57:41 AM
Haus Arafna
SUBliminal
Theologian
Brighter Death Now


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: HONOR_IS_KING! on June 29, 2012, 02:57:42 AM
I suggest Wince/WCN/Oskar Brummel again. To me that's the next logical step from the Phage interview. 

I support this notion as well.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Potier on June 29, 2012, 07:00:35 AM
Throne Heap Label
Weak Sisters


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: evilmoisture on June 29, 2012, 09:20:02 AM
I just wait for a new Macronympha interview which surpasses even the Bananafish one!!!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: tiny_tove on June 29, 2012, 09:59:50 AM
that would be classic!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: HONOR_IS_KING! on June 29, 2012, 07:18:06 PM
Lettera 22
Alleypisser/Mikkel Rorbo
Winters in Osaka
Musta Oksennus
Miscreant
Sixes/Ryan Jenks
A.C. Way
Paranoid Time
Deterge/PTM/Fusty Cunt


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: ConcreteMascara on June 29, 2012, 07:31:44 PM
Deterge/PTM/Fusty Cunt

Check out Ryan's interview at Pure Stench


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: HONOR_IS_KING! on June 30, 2012, 07:26:02 AM
Deterge/PTM/Fusty Cunt

Check out Ryan's interview at Pure Stench

Already have, and it was killer. I'd like to see Vilk interview him. I feel he'd have some excellent questions. Same with Mikko.


I'd also like to put in Hostage Pageant for an interview as well.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Mikerdeath on July 14, 2012, 06:08:20 PM
I want to do an interview because I have become increasingly less motivated to post my opinion in the noise threads and I feel more comfortable doing an interview.
Already did one interview and I am ready for the second one, PM me for my email.

Striations.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: NN on September 12, 2012, 06:16:36 PM
agreed about SOK, I remember doing some shows with him in the UK and his sets were well developed and interesting - isnt Hospital supposed to put out an LP by him?

I dont know if its suitable for SI but how about Clang Quartet, his approach and outlook is certainly different from everyone else

and while I'm at it, how about an interview with WRECK & DROOL from Israel, I've been fascinated by those guys ever since I 1st read their name, I think one of the guys lost his leg in a bombing (dont quote me on that, I could be wrong)

BEST - Ron



Ron just reminded me;
I think we can agree that the 'foundation' --as M put it-- ov industrial-into-harsh-noise-kultur is TRANSGRESSION: taboos, sexual pathology, radikal ikonoklasm, and radikal empiricism (believing nothing not seen with your own eyes). Exploration ov art and kultur kontiguous to the subjekt ov transgression should inklude mor than just artists, I want to read interviews and artikles about hacktivists, paramilitary organizations, kriminals, perverts and forms ov art so novel they hav not het even been identified as art, such as korporate-fascist psi-ops, propaganda kampaigns (piece ov SHIT VICE MAGAZINE is now demonizing the 9-11 truth movement for example) and mass-murder performance art such as the FBI's "group show" where a krowd ov citizens were shot and many killed in Colorado as a sik sort ov meta-promotional stunt in koncert with the investors ov the Batman franchise.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on September 12, 2012, 06:54:30 PM
SI will remain most of all "experimental sound" magazine. Themes that are involved in music can be covered. There is new feature of books starting in SI #8. Meaning various artists (in this issue Sick Seed) talks about some essential book(s), what in some ways relate/influence their work or them as person. Be it fiction, non-fiction, text or image books, whatever. Future issues will have more.

However, to cover all sorts of "transgressive" issues without direct contact to sound-art is useless. There are (or has been) plenty of magazines, websites, and forums for sex, violence, conspiracy, cults, murderers, but very little for this side of experimental sound what SI covers.

Amount of coverage of literature or/and art related to noise may increase in future, but I hope it all comes from angle of experimental sound works.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on May 07, 2013, 06:44:42 PM
Cowards would be my first pick. Forgotten Resonance was one of the best releases I had heard last year, let alone one of the best debut albums.

Seconded!!!

Control Resistance
Loss [they release amazing "I Kill Everything" album]

Where I can find interviews with Skm-Etr guy and Operation Cleansweep?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: burdizzo on May 15, 2013, 01:50:41 PM
There was an interview w/ Control Resistance in an old issue of Descent magazine, probably from the '90s.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on May 15, 2013, 04:41:25 PM
There was an interview w/ Control Resistance in an old issue of Descent magazine, probably from the '90s.

Anyone have scanned Descent magazines??


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on May 15, 2013, 07:00:56 PM
I think that interview was nothing that special. Magazine was good one, though.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: burdizzo on May 15, 2013, 07:27:20 PM
Yes, it wasn't exactly an exhaustive interview with Control Resistance. I could photocopy it, though, if you're stuck. The same issue had an interview w/ Genocide Organ, which I think is the only one that was ever published (and against the wishes of the band, too). I just checked, and I reckon the mag. was from 1998 or so - the final issue.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Guldur on May 15, 2013, 08:50:34 PM
If you could photocopy all the Issue of Descent magazine, that would be great!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on May 15, 2013, 10:29:01 PM
If someone can can all of Descent magazine, that would be great!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: re:evolution on May 16, 2013, 12:46:09 AM
If people have missed it all copies of Descent can be downloaded here:  http://www.ideologic.org/shop


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on May 16, 2013, 02:16:07 AM
If people have missed it all copies of Descent can be downloaded here:  http://www.ideologic.org/shop

Thanx man!!

Anyone have scanned Denshi Zatsuon??


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: burdizzo on May 16, 2013, 07:28:31 PM
While we're on about old interviews - I never saw one with Dagda Mor. Was one ever done?
Oh, and FFH.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Otomo_Hava on May 22, 2013, 08:13:06 PM
Jean Louis Costes
Macronympha (Joe Roemer or/and Rodger Stella)
John Duncan
Aaron Dilloway


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on May 22, 2013, 09:24:52 PM
While we're on about old interviews - I never saw one with Dagda Mor. Was one ever done?

There was one in...was it an old issue of Freak Animal?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: burdizzo on May 27, 2013, 12:02:41 PM
Oh. Not in the ones I have, but I am missing a couple. Anyone have it, or is it online somewhere?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on May 27, 2013, 12:12:08 PM
Not in Freak Animal... as far as I remember. And not in DEGENERATE! either..


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on May 27, 2013, 03:56:15 PM
I checked and it's in Freak Animal issue #12. Not a very long one though.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on May 27, 2013, 07:40:06 PM
ah, ok... I don't remember almost anything of that issue... Kind of last sigh of energy after quitting for some years...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: smegma200000 on June 24, 2013, 09:24:39 PM
Don't know if his name has been brought up already but Jun Konagaya (GRIM, White Hospital) Would be cool!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on August 06, 2013, 02:09:02 AM
Don't know if his name has been brought up already but Jun Konagaya (GRIM, White Hospital) Would be cool!

yes, i suggested him - i'd love to learn more about the man himself and those projects in his own words!

it was great to hear he's active as GRIM again after the surprise concert announcement in 2010, and now an excellent new album 'Psycho Sun' is out on Steinklang (Austria). highly recommended!
http://www.steinklang.at/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=6711&language=en

mp3 of track excerpts :
http://www.steinklang.at/GRIM-medley.mp3

upcoming : WHITE HOSPITAL reissue!!! i assume it'll be both their records together ('Holocaust' 12" and 'Merry Xmas' 7" for those who don't know them). this is a big deal to me as i've always loved the records but have never been lucky enough (or rich enough in the case of 'Holocaust'!) to own the originals. it's perfectly clear they needed to be reissued properly and i'm glad to see it's finally happening. hopefully with bonus material too which the label blurb indicates, but maybe it wasn't relevant to WH?

"What Steinklang presents You here is the next REVOLUTION after the brilliant revival of Japans Ritual Industrial legend VASILISK. "Psycho Sun" is the first new album of Japans Noise-Pioneers GRIM since 27 years and their sound did not loose a single quantum of power in all those years! This is PURE GRIM, like three decades before!

In the mid 80ies GRIM released three incredible milestones of Industrial Noise music, the LP "Folk Music", as well as the 7" "Amaterasu" and the more folky 12" "Message". These three releases always were and still are the "holy grail" amongst the most wanted collectors-items of this genre.

Short history: GRIM as well as VASILISK developed out of the legendary Industrial duo WHITE HOSPITAL (aka Jun Konagaya and Tomo Kuwahara). Both artists were mainly inactive over the last 25 years and now both felt the sparkle to start again doing music, but not like most other "re-starters", who are just a pale shade from their earlier times - GRIM and VASILISK are doing the same fantastic music now, than they did in their early years!

Steinklang will soon re-release all early VASILISK and WHITE HOSPITAL material + bonus on CD and LP."

i can't wait!

also, here's footage of the GRIM gig from 2010 (Shinjuku Urga Oct 18th 2010)

Pt.1 : http://youtu.be/QJm3uMaP1u8
Pt.2 : http://youtu.be/cKohy7KShyQ
Pt.3 : http://youtu.be/adpOCwPLnEg

there's more GRIM footage on there, possibly of the same gig and better than the above, but i've not watched it all yet.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: blackoperations on September 08, 2013, 03:35:11 PM
i said this before anyway, but now he's finally resurfaced and it could actually be a possibility - JUNTARO! i'd love to know where he's been and what, if anything, he's done of interest in the last 10 years (for all we know he could've done loads of recording), and i want to know what the future holds for him and The Gerogerigegege!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: WAKO on September 20, 2013, 04:44:33 AM
agreed about SOK, I remember doing some shows with him in the UK and his sets were well developed and interesting - isnt Hospital supposed to put out an LP by him?

I dont know if its suitable for SI but how about Clang Quartet, his approach and outlook is certainly different from everyone else

and while I'm at it, how about an interview with WRECK & DROOL from Israel, I've been fascinated by those guys ever since I 1st read their name, I think one of the guys lost his leg in a bombing (dont quote me on that, I could be wrong)

BEST - Ron



 mass-murder performance art such as the FBI's "group show" where a krowd ov citizens were shot and many killed in Colorado as a sik sort ov meta-promotional stunt in koncert with the investors ov the Batman franchise.

So you think the theater shooting was a promotional stunt literally?

I wonder how much incentive someone would need to kill themselves...

I was also wondering if the guy watched the movie first. If not I wonder if he thought about before he killed himself. I for one am not into those movies but I saw it a few months ago and it was horrible.

It would cool to see SI interview Incapacitants.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Bleak Existence on September 25, 2013, 05:39:09 PM
SI interview The Rita and BT.HN.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: HOGRA on October 20, 2013, 04:35:49 PM
CLANG QUARTET
+DOG+ and Love Earth Music label
AHLZAGAILZEHGUH


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: whiteheatnoise on October 23, 2013, 02:16:13 PM
I would really love to see an in-depth interview with Scott Reber aka Work/Death.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: eyestrain on October 24, 2013, 10:45:22 AM
•Orquere
•One Dark Eye
•MSNP anything
•Litüus
•Hheva
•Elisha Morningstar/Joy De Vivre
•Caustic Qualm
•Tattered Syntax
•Lust Vessel anything
•Am Not
•Will Over Matter
•Ochu
•Dajjal
•Arv & Miljö

...phew


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Baglady on February 27, 2014, 01:01:05 AM
*Altar of Flies
He has been featured before, but considering how much this project has developed over the last couple of years, an interview would be interesting to say the least.

*Arv & Miljö
One of the more interesting projects from Sweden. Every new release differs from the previous ones yet the whole feel of the project is still coherent. And I am yet to read an interview with Matthias.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Johann on December 17, 2014, 02:38:31 AM
I'd personally love to see a Jeph Jerman full interview (I don't doubt it's already been suggested) and a G*Park interview as he seems to be most elusive but an extremely fascinating artist who is pushing sonic boundaries.

Also, CM Von Hausswolff. Recently found my way into his work and find him to be most impressive/intelligent


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 17, 2014, 09:03:24 AM
I'd personally love to see a Jeph Jerman full interview (I don't doubt it's already been suggested)

It's already done! See SI #2. Of course issue is long sold out, but I may re-post interview on blog someday soon..

List of artists already featured:
http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=2370.0


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: sbtdoh on April 11, 2015, 09:10:02 PM
I would really love to see an in-depth interview with Scott Reber aka Work/Death.


100% support!
I would read it multitudes of times!
Scott is brilliant!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Jaakko V. on June 16, 2015, 05:05:24 PM
Alexander Lebedev-Frontov


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on June 16, 2015, 06:16:25 PM
That I'd agree, but I recall he didn't give english interviews? Language barrier? Any russians able to assist getting him interviewed?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: 64 on June 16, 2015, 09:56:57 PM
Any russians able to assist getting him interviewed?
IMO it'd make perfect sense to ask M.M./Zhelezobeton (who distributes old Ultra and new ALF titles) regarding this matter. Pretty sure he could at least forward the question to Mr. Lebedev-Frontov. And in case the latter agrees to the interview, it'd make even more sense to interview Nick Sudnick (Vetrophonia, ZGA etc.) as well.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Wehrmacht Lombardo on July 28, 2015, 07:56:29 PM
Please interview CULVER...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on July 30, 2015, 07:44:31 AM
Please interview CULVER...

It was in issue #2.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Psychosadist on September 05, 2015, 10:17:59 AM
I would really like to read Interviews with:

- Zyklon SS
- RxAxPxEx
- Cadaver Gutter
- STAB Electronics
- Hiisi Productions
- Obsessive Fundamental Realism

Maybe some of them are possible in Future Issues.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on September 29, 2015, 10:57:46 PM
What about K2?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Dr Alex on September 30, 2015, 11:46:02 AM
Is there any Contagious Orgasm interview??


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: absurdexposition on September 30, 2015, 07:59:34 PM
Gordon Ashworth


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on October 03, 2015, 09:27:01 PM
HAL HUTCHINSON


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on October 04, 2015, 12:18:54 PM
Also Guilty Connector, I really rate Guilty Connector.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cr on October 04, 2015, 05:11:25 PM
HAL HUTCHINSON
At first I'd like to recommend the interview in "Night Science V"- zine.

But I'd also like to read more interviews - I would be very much interested in some questions concerning ZYKLON SS.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on October 08, 2015, 11:48:01 AM
At first I'd like to recommend the interview in "Night Science V"- zine.

Thanks Buddae!! Found it on Cold Spring.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Potier on November 05, 2015, 09:26:11 PM
Jeff Surak
Jim Haynes/Helen Scarsdale Agency
John Hudak


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: burdizzo on December 10, 2015, 12:09:23 AM
HAL HUTCHINSON

There was an interview w/ him in a reasonably recent Special Interests - within the context of a larger piece about location recordings, if I remember rightly.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on February 27, 2016, 01:03:24 AM
Nicola Vinciguerra

Chris Goudreau

Andy Ortman


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cr on April 10, 2016, 02:39:56 PM
Didn't search if it was already mentioned before, but I'd like to read a long interview with Martin/SHIFT/Unrest Productions.

Are there any in other zines?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cr on April 24, 2016, 04:33:54 PM
I've seen several mentions before, but a Will Over Matter interview definitely would be very welcome and interesting!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: david lloyd jones on December 08, 2016, 05:30:05 PM
sam mc Kinsley-the Rita etch,
more book reviews and posts. film as well-as correlating to core interest of the mag.
did enjoy the power electronics film article in esoteric.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: W.W. on December 13, 2016, 05:53:28 PM
THE RITA, CREMATION LILY, PHARMAKON, PUCE MARY


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on December 13, 2016, 06:11:36 PM
PUCE MARY
There's an interview in Noise Receptor, either 2 or 3, I think 3.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on December 13, 2016, 06:20:37 PM
did enjoy the power electronics film article in esoteric.

I read that too (plenty of good shit there to check out!!) I was surprised not to see any films by Kim Ki Duk make the list or Salo and The Killer Inside me.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: david lloyd jones on December 14, 2016, 05:55:49 PM
did enjoy the power electronics film article in esoteric.

I read that too (plenty of good shit there to check out!!) I was surprised not to see any films by Kim Ki Duk make the list or Salo and The Killer Inside me.

granted but it was a subjective article which seemed also to place films within the dynamics of pe as opposed to the aesthetics.
the lists by individuals were likewise generally eclectic and shift split pe and industrial. what made the article interesting to me was the focus on day to day cruelty rather than serial killer mythology.
equally the cruelty is not always lethal in itself, just a slow grind.
one could see salo as grand guignol or even as atypical itallo exploitation of the time given it's relatively unique status.
if, in my drunken state, I remember kid as the director of the isle and bad guy, then they can be included and their ommission just local unawareness-as were several of the quoted films for me.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Deadpriest on December 14, 2016, 08:22:51 PM
did enjoy the power electronics film article in esoteric.

I read that too (plenty of good shit there to check out!!) I was surprised not to see any films by Kim Ki Duk make the list or Salo and The Killer Inside me.

granted but it was a subjective article which seemed also to place films within the dynamics of pe as opposed to the aesthetics.
the lists by individuals were likewise generally eclectic and shift split pe and industrial. what made the article interesting to me was the focus on day to day cruelty rather than serial killer mythology.
equally the cruelty is not always lethal in itself, just a slow grind.
one could see salo as grand guignol or even as atypical itallo exploitation of the time given it's relatively unique status.
if, in my drunken state, I remember kid as the director of the isle and bad guy, then they can be included and their ommission just local unawareness-as were several of the quoted films for me.

Yeah dude Bad Guy and The Isle are Duk.  His films are amazing.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: monotome on January 22, 2017, 11:42:19 PM
More interviews with labels are always good.

The interview with the guy running Autarkeia was one of the best.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: MMMM on January 25, 2017, 06:57:46 PM
Lust Vessel (though I suppose it would have happened already if that crew had any interest in explaining themselves)
Everything As Dung... sickening aesthetic
Matther Bower... it boggles the mind that he remains a strictly cult figure whereas the likes of Bennett or Mundy can just shit out whatever and it attracts (relatively)wide attention
George Proctor
Darren Wyngarde
Matteo Castro
Lee Bartow

And I recently found online scans of Degenerate magazine and thought that the Prurient interview in #2 was very exhaustive. It would be nice to see a new interview with him conducted by someone deeply involved in the noise world as opposed to the more mainstream(and less imaginative when it comes to asking interesting questions) publications he's been mostly been getting interviewed by in recent years.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: absurdexposition on January 25, 2017, 08:46:23 PM
Pat / Self Abuse / Skin Crime / etc


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: david lloyd jones on January 26, 2017, 10:33:21 PM
Lust Vessel (though I suppose it would have happened already if that crew had any interest in explaining themselves)
Everything As Dung... sickening aesthetic
Matther Bower... it boggles the mind that he remains a strictly cult figure whereas the likes of Bennett or Mundy can just shit out whatever and it attracts (relatively)wide attention
George Proctor
Darren Wyngarde
Matteo Castro
Lee Bartow

And I recently found online scans of Degenerate magazine and thought that the Prurient interview in #2 was very exhaustive. It would be nice to see a new interview with him conducted by someone deeply involved in the noise world as opposed to the more mainstream(and less imaginative when it comes to asking interesting questions) publications he's been mostly been getting interviewed by in recent years.
bower and proctor, ESP the latter would have loads of stories.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: PTM Jim on February 02, 2017, 04:17:51 AM
Pat / Self Abuse / Skin Crime / etc
I second this. Would be the most interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: New Forces on February 08, 2017, 09:31:05 PM
I approached him about one in New Forces and he said there is one almost completed so we didn't bother. Not sure when it will be out though.

Pat / Self Abuse / Skin Crime / etc
I second this. Would be the most interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: david lloyd jones on February 24, 2017, 04:06:00 PM
Russian scene-flagellation orgasms, for example.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Lazrs3 on August 29, 2019, 04:54:15 PM
I'd like to see one with Steve Bagman about his Bagman or Stark projects. I really like both and would like to see something with him in. Sorry if he has been in any earlier issues I may have missed.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on August 29, 2019, 06:27:15 PM
This is the list of artists featured:
http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=2370.0

No Bagman or Stark yet.
SI#11 is basically almost done. Waits just the few ads and will be wrapped together in first weeks of September! Since the almost re-launch type of thing, SI will not be shying away from covering something that is covered already. It's getting close to decade, so even if there are NEW and uncovered artists, we may catch up with some of the early issues artists to see what changed since then...

Suggestions for interviews still very welcomed even if print issues have been embarressingly late...


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: MyrtleLake on August 30, 2019, 04:56:55 PM
Interview suggestion: Peter Edwards (Interracial Sex).

The only one I know of is in New Forces #8, and it completely changed my understanding of the project. So did, also, the press release he wrote for “Boy” on the New Forces label. His work is idiosyncratic and complex—at times contradictory—for covering well worn subject matter in Power Electronics. He is a unique voice.

One point of curiosity is how I’ve noticed when “lyrics” are included for a release, they seem to not match the recorded songs. While his recorded voice is extremely hard to understand, I still cannot rectify the written word with what I’m hearing on tape.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: xerographia on August 31, 2019, 04:16:07 AM
Interview suggestion: Peter Edwards (Interracial Sex).

The only one I know of is in New Forces #8, and it completely changed my understanding of the project. So did, also, the press release he wrote for “Boy” on the New Forces label. His work is idiosyncratic and complex—at times contradictory—for covering well worn subject matter in Power Electronics. He is a unique voice.

One point of curiosity is how I’ve noticed when “lyrics” are included for a release, they seem to not match the recorded songs. While his recorded voice is extremely hard to understand, I still cannot rectify the written word with what I’m hearing on tape.

I too have always wondered what the fuck is up with his lyrics. Every time I read them I think to myself: Oh yeah, this is just supposed to be some sort of text and/or maybe poetry that accompanies the recordings more so than actually being the lyrics for the tracks. But then other times, they occasionally do match up, and in pieces, and in very non linear fashion, and it always fucks my brain up.

Boy is still his best recording that I have heard, by far. I was told that the Aprefrica LP that was supposed to come out on a certain label that pretty much fell off would drop on a different label sometime in the near future, but who knows.

Anyways, yeah, throw Peter in the next issue!


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Lazrs3 on August 31, 2019, 02:10:02 PM
Beau Lippincott who did Warcom.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: cr on August 31, 2019, 05:07:22 PM
Barbie Blutig/Institution D.O.L.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: magnus on August 31, 2019, 09:34:45 PM
Maybe a bit obvious, but after these few brilliant re-issues i´d say Mo*Te please!
And very nice to see a return of the zine by the way, even if i personaly only like about a third of each issue, i do like that third quite a bit.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Pigswill on October 05, 2019, 08:45:23 AM
Maybe a bit obvious, but after these few brilliant re-issues i´d say Mo*Te please!
And very nice to see a return of the zine by the way, even if i personaly only like about a third of each issue, i do like that third quite a bit.
Which third do you like the most?


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FallOfNature on October 06, 2019, 11:48:01 AM
Beau Lippincott who did Warcom.

This would be cool.

I've always wanted to know more about En Lewellyn from Crepuscule/Carrion too. Had some interesting releases on Slaughter prod and Tegal Music. An interview with him explaining some of the story behind the Closing Wounds release would be great.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: PuddysJacket on October 06, 2019, 06:28:57 PM
H.O.H.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Lazrs3 on October 06, 2019, 07:49:25 PM
Beau Lippincott who did Warcom.

This would be cool.

I've always wanted to know more about En Lewellyn from Crepuscule/Carrion too. Had some interesting releases on Slaughter prod and Tegal Music. An interview with him explaining some of the story behind the Closing Wounds release would be great.

I found some printed final interview (SLSK download) of Beau Lippincott where he explained his position towards the end of Warcom and I got it as he seemed very thorough and explained everything in depth.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on October 07, 2019, 07:45:40 AM
There is interview in old DEGENERATE magazine, isn't it? There should be links to PDF's of magazines on this forum.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: Lazrs3 on October 10, 2019, 08:17:49 PM
There is interview in old DEGENERATE magazine, isn't it? There should be links to PDF's of magazines on this forum.

Yes I think so. That Warcom stuff (project not label) is rare.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: thankyourluckystars on October 11, 2019, 10:25:37 PM
An in depth interview with UMPIO


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: junkyardshaman on October 16, 2019, 01:00:04 PM
An in depth interview with UMPIO

this would be interesting.


Title: Re: Interviews you'd like to see in SI?
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on November 08, 2019, 09:54:52 AM
Some of these suggestions has been considered for long time.
Most often these days it's thing that typing interviews seems to be huge task for most artists, hah...  Issue #12 is under work and I also welcome contributors. If you feel some part of noise scene is utterly ignored, and you got ideas, I'm all ears and possibly ready to give space as well as some sort of box of stuff in compensation for contributors!