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 on: Today at 10:31:47 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by FreakAnimalFinland
"Racialism", "nationalism" and "right wing" are different words that all mean the same thing within a punk context and you know it.

Feel free to listen to whatever you want, just don't twist the facts when you mention it.

It is curious to put blame on twisting the facts, when one mentions twisting the meanings of words to different than they are, simply because that it's done in the "punk context".

Of course, no further discussion is needed of this, just reminder that there is no specific political agenda dominating what questions are dealt with and how, in industrial music. Neither rock'n'roll. There are topics for RAC as well as hc/punk on forum what can be used if necessary. Preferably to focus most energy on experimental noise, though!

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 on: Today at 10:16:29 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by FreakAnimalFinland
Cryptofascisme “Mille Collines.” CS (Yes Divulgation)
        More pseudo-noisecore – I like this, but can barely understand the context of the subject matter because my French is atrocious. Sort of muddy, grim and depressing sound – this is what I would imagine folks in 3rd-world countries doing if they'd never heard any noise. Not at all a bad thing, though. Just not terribly sure if this is the sort of thing to listen to twice. Favorite highlight was when an unexpected rhythm emerged from the murk and gave off old-M.B. vibes. Recording quality goes from fairly muddy to surprisingly good. I sort of doubt the guy behind the project would appreciate the comparison, but I hear some similarities with obscure deep-buried Filth & Violence one-offs.

Pseudo-noisecore? hmmmm... I didn't find anything noisecore in this, more like just overall industrial-noise and atmospheric industrial. There are tribal drumming, internal feedback manipulations what sound pretty much like slightly random analogue synth. Or is it some basic self made synth? Slow and heavy sounds echoing, rhythm loops made out of physical sounds etc. Always clearly constructed long tracks that could be rather dating back to late 80's industrial tape underground!
It seems to deal mostly with Rwanda genocide. Therefore, african drumming and such works conceptually well, despite I have no idea whether they are really from Rwanda or just "whatever african stuff"... Mille Collines was the hotel where over 1000 people too refugee during the genocide. There is movie about it for those who care less for history books.
I was very surprised how good the tape was!


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 on: Today at 09:53:04 AM 
Started by NO PART OF IT - Last post by NO PART OF IT


https://www.mixcloud.com/no_part_of_it/arvo-zylo-on-wzrd-03272017-part-ii/

 BEAST - You've Got Rabies on Your Breath! (from Adult Swim compilation)
Shapednoise - Intruder
PHARMAKON - No Natural Order
Sudden Infant - Tandoori Chicken Scooter IV
Morgan Garrett - Spiral and Spiral II
DJ speaks over Morton Stevens - Thriller archival scores (Flowers of Evil)




Thirteen Hurts - Access Denied (from TO KILL A BLACK SNAKE: A NO DAPL COMPILATION)
Lalemus - excerpt from split cassette with Phantasm Nocturnes
Dave Ball + Jon Savage - Hypodermic
Bride - excerpt from split cassette with Blessed Sacrifist
Crystal Awareness + Don Campau - node path (excerpt with Keith Waldrop reading Benediction from Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil)

Also------------------------------------------------------------------------



There are now archives from Dirty Moskowitz, she is really good at freeform radio.


https://thewizardchicago.blogspot.com/2017/03/no-dukh-no-sukh.html

onto’s Expanding Headband “Jetsex”
Akio Suzuki “Analapos A-1”
GH “Packhorse”
Piotr Kurek “Go Up”
Colder “Maracas”
Unearth Noise “Decoding the Past”
Sarah Davachi “Aurum”
Thirteen Hurts “ZhUOZ”
RAKTA “Conjuracao Do Espelho”
Hans Grusel’s Krankenkabinet “Wellegurtel No. 1” (mixed in)
[your DJ speaks over Dr. N. Ramani, flute, & Trichy Sankaran, drum “ragam-tanam-pallavi in raga kiravani”]
The Red Crayola “War Sucks”
Otto von Wernherr w/ Madonna “Cosmic Climb”
They Psychedelic Furs “Fall”
Zaenal Combo “Mabok Kepanjang”
“Thomas Dimuzio “Arc of the Fallen Arch”
William Basinski “Melancholia VII”
Yello “Daily Disco”
[your dj speaks over Quincy Jones’s “Call Me Mister Tibbs”]
The Box “No Time for Talk”
The Runaways “Cherry Bomb”
The Riddles “It’s One Thing to Say”
Tom Waits “Sea of Love”
Minoo Javan “Shi Abushieh”
Marlo Eggplant “Arvo”

MORE

https://thewizardchicago.blogspot.com/2017/03/i-have-never-been-so-appalled.html

https://thewizardchicago.blogspot.com/2017/03/originally-aired-on-362017-on-wzrd-88.html

https://thewizardchicago.blogspot.com/2017/03/originally-aired-on-2142017-on-wzrd-88.html

https://thewizardchicago.blogspot.com/2017/03/a-terrible-accident.html

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 on: Today at 08:19:08 AM 
Started by maskoftheslave - Last post by maskoftheslave
MS054/tt#60 FLUTWACHT - "Pulse" digisleeve CD 2017, out soon on Mask of the Slave Records, limited to 300 copies!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJTbJ3Z8HsA&feature=youtu.be

https://www.facebook.com/Flutwacht/videos/841382682670828/

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 on: Today at 05:40:13 AM 
Started by Ashmonger - Last post by Vanguard-prod
VANGUARD will have copies soon for the U.S.

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 on: Today at 04:40:59 AM 
Started by Johann - Last post by Johann
Hey Everyone, anyone who got one of these have any interest in parting with it? Anyone check it out?

All the best
Johann

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 on: Today at 01:19:55 AM 
Started by Levas - Last post by Andrew McIntosh
It's a great sounding synth, I was using mine last night. Has a very pure sound, warm and bright, which for a lot of uses could benefit from added effects but certainly has initial energy for Power Electronic uses. I haven't used the sequencer much but from what I can see it's amazingly easy and effective.

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 on: March 27, 2017, 11:07:24 PM 
Started by post-morten - Last post by chewslife
several of the 'old c93albums were reissued a few years back with remixes of the original tracks-all the same person, budgeted if I can remember who.
all good to really good as memory serves.

Andrew Liles. They were originally available with the C93 reissues on CD but were later collected as a vinyl set. Found all of them to be quite enjoyable and brought some new life to the work after so many decades and, perhaps, improvement here and there.
https://www.discogs.com/Current-93-Like-Swallowing-Eclipses-Current-93-Dreamt-By-Andrew-Liles/master/287797

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 on: March 27, 2017, 08:33:26 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by david lloyd jones
the sunshine makers, 1935 cartoon not recent film.

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 on: March 27, 2017, 07:37:03 PM 
Started by deutscheasphalt - Last post by deutscheasphalt
Urashima
Mauthausen Orchestra "Anal Perversions" - 12" LP, UMA031

Pressed on 140g black vinyl with white label and white inner sleeve. Comes with insert in a white sleeve with original tape artwork xerox print glued on front.
Private edition - limited to 60 hand numbered copies.

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