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 on: Today at 10:22:50 AM 
Started by Olegh Kolyada - Last post by Olegh Kolyada

 on: Today at 10:21:40 AM 
Started by Olegh Kolyada - Last post by Olegh Kolyada

Bryan Lewis Saunders ‎– Near Death Experience CD (OCCD43)
"The bastard son of William S. Burroughs, Antonin Artaud and Crispin Glover. Hilarious, awful, heartbreaking and brutally honest, his Stand Up Tragedy is some of the best shit I've heard in a decade" - Lydia Lunch. Bryan Lewis Saunders is a multi-media artist, poet, videographer, and performance artist from Tennessee mostly known for his disturbing monologues and somniloquies, a master of an outlandish universe of his spoken word. In 2006 he started his own label, Stand-Up Tragedy Records, and since 2007 has been performing in Contemporary Art Museums, Media Arts Schools, and at music festivals mainly in Western Europe. "Near Death Experience" is a 2010 recording, originally produced by Erratum as an LP release, that takes his twisted world and jams it into a 74-minute mindfuck. He channels his disturbance into his creativity, using visual art and musical performance as alternative ways to deal with recurring demons and mental health issues, conveying a message about the power of addiction. “For hundreds of years, artists have been putting themselves into representations of the world around them. I am doing the exact opposite. I put the world around me into representations of myself as I find this more true...” - B.L. Saunders. "Near Death Experience" is an extreme sound poetry collaboration with music from Joachim Montessuis, Marcelo Aguirre, Christopher Fleeger, Michael Peck, John Duncan, Spastic Dementia, Kaontrol Kontraos, Murmurists, and Tracy Lee Summers, from harsh noise to heavy drone, an impressive and immersive piece of contemporary art. Limited edition of 300 copies printed in a lavish, full-color glossy 4-panel digipak with an extensive booklet. First 50 copies come with an exclusive A3 folded poster.

Bandcamp: https://oldcaptain.bandcamp.com/album/bryan-lewis-saunders-near-death-experience

 on: Today at 10:08:17 AM 
Started by HONOR_IS_KING! - Last post by Cementimental
It is indeed :) I have an LFO kit on the way then the 3rd space will make a DIY 1u from one or two of the Electric Druid or DSPsynthesisers digital ICs i ordered ages ago, a noise source and maybe something else if there's room

 on: Today at 09:48:20 AM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by theotherjohn
My favourite part of the video is when he pans the webcam down to reveal that his shelving unit brimming full of cassette tapes is empty below the strategic camera angle. Probably the only time I laughed - that had to be planned, right?

Seriously though, every single thing he says is framed with an ironic, self-defensive know-it-all 4chan/millennial tone of voice that's incredibly frustrating to listen to. Much like it's cringeworthy to hear someone say "LOL" in real life, it's genuinely appalling to hear the vernacular of the internet hivemind applied in your daily conversation. Obviously his perspective is of the alt-right variety - it's all cuck-this and fag-that - and I'm sure he's doubling down on it both to reject similarly contemporary ctrl-leftist speak and to gain an impressionable audience, but it's just depressingly sad either way. Like that Simpsons quote where one grunge fan asks the other if he's being ironic, he doesn't even know anymore. He's like a cross between Martin Shkreli and the son from World's Greatest Dad. He really needs to step away from a computer screen.

Saying all that, it would be funny to see a counter video review coming from a similarly exaggerated radical leftist personality and perspective, complete with trigger warnings, LGBT+ acceptance (especially with P) and Tumblr lingo, whilst emotionally flipflopping between outrage and #wokeness.

Actually, scratch that. Terrible idea.

 on: Today at 09:13:34 AM 
Started by HONOR_IS_KING! - Last post by HONOR_IS_KING!
UPDATE: i got a Wasp... haven't had any time to even do much of anything with my modular recently... started building the world's smallest eurorack :D

Nobody's mentioned this yet I don't think: https://x1l3.bigcartel.com/ specifically Harsh Noise/Power Electronics modules ! Look great.

Is this a standalone 1U case? If so bravo! I remember on muffwigglers seeing someone posting a full 1U system (apart from buying them all seperately).

I recently got me a Piston Honda and it really really has got the edge in terms of aggressive low end and hyper active high end. Fucking menacing.

 on: Today at 12:31:50 AM 
Started by Otomo_Hava - Last post by IVX
GAZE CAMPAIGN - Gestalt Bruise

Totally agree

 on: Today at 12:09:36 AM 
Started by Otomo_Hava - Last post by Si Clark
GAZE CAMPAIGN - Gestalt Bruise
Would be nice to see quite a few early Lust Vessel releases re-issued as they are superb.

 on: August 16, 2018, 10:08:25 PM 
Started by radiumk9 - Last post by radiumk9
2 more recently confirmed shows

Nov. 10 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Mayhem
Dec. 1 Helsinki, Finland @ Hard Rock House


 on: August 16, 2018, 09:53:59 PM 
Started by [MBD] - Last post by PedestrianOrgans
Sweet, thanks! Meant as both a compliment and hopefully a call for more folks to take advantage, that’s a damn nice batch of tapes.

 on: August 16, 2018, 09:22:02 PM 
Started by compacter - Last post by compacter
Rptort Shoot x Loveform “Kill The m.c.A-T II” album

Rptort Shoot x Loveform [ Kill The m.c.A-T II ] split album FREE download @bandcamp
Link: https://mgdr.bandcamp.com/album/kill-the-m-c-a-t-ii
File under : NOISE DRONE
Release date: 2018/08/10

1 Rptort Shoot - Sonic Shackle 1 
2 Rptort Shoot - DooBee 7       
3 Rptort Shoot - Kill The m.c.A-T     
4 Rptort Shoot - Sonic Shackle 2     
5 Loveform - Togashi ha shinde iru (富樫は死んでいる) 
6 Loveform - Kill The m.c.A-T II
7 Loveform - Nana Lina Yoda Reina Mina
8 Loveform - Gutsman

8 tracks FREE digital release @ Bandcamp

Recorded in 1997 and 1998 in Tokyo, Japan and
remastered from old minidiscs by Loveform 2018/08 at Palacion.
Rptort Shoot and Loveform are clones, each living on the other side of the planet.
Both graphic designers by trade, musicians, lovers of NOISE, TECHNO and POP culture.
This LP contains 4 tracks by Rptort Shoot and 4 tracks by Loveform.
The download contains a 16 pages Hi-Res booklet of collage/design by both
Rptort Shoot and Loveform, depicting their hatred towards m.c.A-T and sharing love for MAX.

■ ボーナスダウンロード:Hi-Resブックレットとカバー /  Download bonus includes Hi-Res booklet & cover. 
■ シーケンシングなし / No sequencing. 
■ Catalog Number: PLCNLF-DG014

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