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 on: Today at 02:31:14 AM 
Started by re:evolution - Last post by C601
Waiting for malignant to post the release

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 on: Today at 02:20:47 AM 
Started by bitewerksMTB - Last post by Bloated Slutbag
So yes, amazing how much Organum added (and just as importantly, subtracted).

If you listen to Ferial Confine you'll find everything you love and always attributed to TNB.

Well, yes and no. Any serious working through of Pulp-related strands would need to include Ferial Confine. (And with reference to the Ferial Confine and similar thread, these strands could potentially take the worker down quite the number of rabbit holes.) But the overlap, at least with Pulp, is less clear- or at least less blatant. And goes on for a quite a bit longer than FC existed. I'm talking about Organum well in the 2000s that could be using the same or similar sources, things that occasionally sound as though they were alternate or updated mixes of Pulp.

Now if we can include TNB Est Mort in the equation, which is a whole other bag of awesomeness, I'd be more inclined to answer yes.

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 on: Today at 02:00:57 AM 
Started by Nichts - Last post by Nichts
Hello all,
I search for a few items. Maybe someone out there has something...!

Albino / Hounds - split
Albino / Yuko x Chino - Beware False Profits / Dull Care
Ättestupa ‎- Att Korsa Den Flod Som Kommer Dränka Oss Alla
Blackline - Demo VI
Edwige -  Edwige (cassette released by Harsh Head Rituals)
Geography of Hell ‎- Dresden 1945
Mania - Eros + Massacre
She Walks Crooked ‎- Crossed Out Smile
Swallowing Bile ‎- What You Deserve...
Wet Dream Asphyxiation ‎- Absence

In addition to the above, I'm also searching for Sounding Session cassette releases, and various things by Wet Dream Asphyxiation, there are too many to list.



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 on: Today at 01:27:23 AM 
Started by absoluten calfeutrail - Last post by absoluten calfeutrail
IC-013: Matthew Revert 'The You In Me Is Me' DVD+CD

An early version of 'The You In Me Is Me' premiered June 14th 2018 as part of the 'Expanding Room' series in Melbourne, Australia and has since been expanded and developed for this release. It marks the first time Revert’s video work has ever been made available in an official capacity. This set includes a second audiovisual piece called 'Laundry Meat', which was never premiered as intended and has been made available here for the first time. Accompanying this set is a CD featuring expanded audio from 'The You In Me Is Me'. Tying the whole set together is a 16-page booklet. Sound, visuals and package design by Matthew Revert.

AVAILABLE HERE



Other 2019 action still available:
IC-012 Red Wine and Sugar 'A Population of Indoor Cats' LP
IC-011 Duncan Harrison 'Nothing's Good' CD
IC-010 Jon Dale + Kynan Lawlor 'I've Got a Tiger In My Tank' LP
IC-009 Of Habit 'Viable Device' LP

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 on: August 17, 2019, 09:33:12 PM 
Started by EXU - Last post by Duncan
Absolutely nobody seems prepared to examine this shit on it's own terms i.e. as art but with the view to critique how well all these alleged intentions and/or aesthetics actually work.  


I completely agree. Noone is prepared to examine this. Because it is impossible.

I don’t think it would be impossible, I just think it’d require too much interrogation about how surface level and insincere a lot of the music and proclaimed symbolism is than either the dedicated fan or the offended blogger is really prepared to enter into.

Everyone seems quite happy on their respective side of the fence tbh and I think those that truly have a dog in the race would secretly hate it if they had nothing to think they were kicking against.

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 on: August 17, 2019, 09:21:47 PM 
Started by Laagzwart - Last post by Laagzwart
Laagzwart present performances from:

Internazionale
Yuri
Lucid Palms

6th of September, 8.30 Pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/420197785507831/




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 on: August 17, 2019, 08:30:15 PM 
Started by EXU - Last post by deutscheasphalt
Absolutely nobody seems prepared to examine this shit on it's own terms i.e. as art but with the view to critique how well all these alleged intentions and/or aesthetics actually work.  


I completely agree. Noone is prepared to examine this. Because it is impossible.

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 on: August 17, 2019, 08:23:25 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by Eigen Bast
Updated description on the site makes it sound more exciting than the clips would let on. Any distros getting copies now that it is sold out from the source?

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 on: August 17, 2019, 08:01:53 PM 
Started by EXU - Last post by Duncan
What nobody wants to talk about is how critics, fans and even artists grossly overestimate the power, impact and success of all this 'provocation' - intended or otherwise.  It seems like much of the discourse surrounding these topics come from a massively inflated sense of how effective or believable this supposed.  Absolutely nobody seems prepared to examine this shit on it's own terms i.e. as art but with the view to critique how well all these alleged intentions and/or aesthetics actually work. 

And I get it, because the truth is a lot more painful and boring than whatever narrative either end of this pathetic, endless argument has to offer - imagine if, after a little introspection, it emerged that everything we're talking about here could be boiled down to inward facing performance of genre and subculture?  A lot of people would be lost without their hill to die on.

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 on: August 17, 2019, 07:39:07 PM 
Started by EXU - Last post by deutscheasphalt
could never see BU, or even XE, as political in the slightest..

That was always my impression.  I think that noise/power electronics are often so alienating to many people that they would almost automatically be apolitical.  Unlike some NSBM or RAC, it would be difficult to build a sustainable and widely appealing political platform from it.


Just because there's no widespread known subgenres in noise/PE that include promoting political ideologies doesn't mean the entire genre is apolitical

Let me rephrase.  You are right.  There are many ways to be political.  I am sure that there are many noise/PE musicians that send political messages through their music, and in that sense these genres can definitely be political.  They can also be political by the very fact that they represent a profound refutation of everyday ideas about music and culture.  However, I think that they are also often apolitical in another sense.  Given the harsh and transgressive nature of noise and PE, I would expect that many (perhaps even most) people would find them unappealing or downright unnerving.  In that respect I think that it would be very difficult to use them to further any popular political movement.


I agree for the most part, however I don't think you would catch people who view noise as unappealing for any political movement in the first place. As music gets more extreme it would make sense to me that it has the potential to attract people who share more extreme political stances with a higher percentage (since it filters out & excludes "normies" maybe?) and from my personal observation this seems to be the case anecdotally speaking. Whether fueling any political movement with the ability to be influential out of this is possible depends on the number of people and I don't see that ever happening in PE.

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