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 51 
 on: January 19, 2021, 10:00:36 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by Duncan
KODAK FIRE - DRAIN WASTE VENT (2018, C/Site Recordings)
 

Great recommendation. New on me and very enjoyable

 52 
 on: January 19, 2021, 08:57:06 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by Baglady
And speaking of the dandy Mr Tandy...

HARNESS - Encased In Marble / Wrapped In Roots CD (Throne Heap, 2020)
You don’t hear or read much about Harness (Shane Church and Luke Tandy), and it’s a shame. Very far from what they’re usually up to, especially in Tandy’s case. I haven’t been on board from day one, but the four or five releases I’ve picked up are all brilliant, each one better than the last. Encased.../ Wrapped... is a delirious slow nighttime stray. Loss of balance, blurred visions, intoxicants, phantoms and ghouls, moldering headstones and strong hashish. No grave left unlooted. It occupies a space somewhere inbetween the better works of One Dark Eye and more contemporary tape wizards such as Darksmith and Altar Of Flies. But Tandy and Church are usually more hellbent for the harsh, and you can hear how they’re struggling not to turn every knob to eleven. They do crank it at times, threatening to blow things to pieces, but they always come to their senses, adding yet another element of unstable tension besides the eerie sounds themselves and the brilliant composition. A heinous act, this album. Buy it!

 53 
 on: January 19, 2021, 08:50:13 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by Baglady
HEAT SIGNATURE - Altered States Of Warfare CD (Found Remains, 2020)
Although Dehumanization... had several tracks as well, it flowed seamlessly like one long face-in-the-mud piece.

I couldn't agree more. I'll add that, while I think there is something to be said about an album "flowing seamlessly", the fact that tracks being distinct or separate from one another is considered remarkable speaks volumes as to how muddy and washed out harsh noise can often be. An element of "spaciousness" is certainly welcome. This release really shines in that you can actually hear everything... their best yet!

Yeah, that is true. Anyone, or many at least, can crank out great textures. But to make memorable and dynamic harsh noise with qualities of its very own is something else. But the ”seamless flow” of the last HS album was definitely a positive thing. Not sure if that came through as I’m not a native english speaker/writer.

 54 
 on: January 19, 2021, 03:50:21 AM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by implementsofsacrifice
HEAT SIGNATURE - Altered States Of Warfare CD (Found Remains, 2020)
The previous disc, Dehumanization In Progress, and the self-released tape from 2016 were superb, so my expectations were very high when I first put this on. I did fear, just a little, that this new disc would be just more of the same. I just didn’t see where they could go from something as incredibly thick and chokingly dense as last years CD. Turns out the way forward was to make it less dense (duuuh), to carefully loosen the bolts and separate the cogs just a tiny bit. Et voila! Although Dehumanization... had several tracks as well, it flowed seamlessly like one long face-in-the-mud piece. On Altered States... the now more loose and rickety machinery gives each track more character of its own, the earthy explosive crunch more space to charge and clash with the mindwarping tape-stretch and the electronic squeal and screech, and more oxygen for the desperate howls to soar above the sonic trenches. And speaking of the sounds themselves, they’re more finely chiselled this time, but with the surfaces kept frayed and rough. Another wise move is the treacherously ”calm” piece Dosed Adrenal Glands halfway through the disc, offering a relative pause from the mayhem. In short; more depth, more drama.
I love how Luke and Brad have sortof jumped back in time with Heat Signature, to the mid 90’s for a ”fresh start”, and started to stake out a path of their own from there, but not to lazily stick around but to move forward. And this is a big step further down that path. Easily their best, and that’s not a small achievement given how incredible the previous album was.

I couldn't agree more. I'll add that, while I think there is something to be said about an album "flowing seamlessly", the fact that tracks being distinct or separate from one another is considered remarkable speaks volumes as to how muddy and washed out harsh noise can often be. An element of "spaciousness" is certainly welcome. This release really shines in that you can actually hear everything... their best yet!

 55 
 on: January 19, 2021, 12:54:54 AM 
Started by WCN - Last post by Meaning Corrupted
Tried ordering some records from Finland the other day and was informed that there currently is no shipping from Finland to Canada. Apparently US is still cool but not north of there...
Apparently the issue has now been resolved - shipping from Finland to Canada back on - let's see how long it'll take to get here.

I'm located in US right below you, order shipped 12/16, still waiting patient. Reminds me of ordering pre-internet, waiting waiting waiting... then one day randomly, your mailbox brings the !!!!!

 56 
 on: January 18, 2021, 11:58:30 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by Knotkunt666
Hey does anyone have Mike diana Angelfuck #2. I just want to see a picture of what the cover is. Also who has Mike diana Slaughterhouse Comix

 57 
 on: January 18, 2021, 11:24:59 PM 
Started by WCN - Last post by Potier
Tried ordering some records from Finland the other day and was informed that there currently is no shipping from Finland to Canada. Apparently US is still cool but not north of there...
Apparently the issue has now been resolved - shipping from Finland to Canada back on - let's see how long it'll take to get here.

 58 
 on: January 18, 2021, 08:32:28 PM 
Started by Major Carew - Last post by Major Carew

Final Solution tapes are going rather quickly as are the ZSS XE tapes I have. Freak Animal will have some Final Solution tapes at some point very soon.

 59 
 on: January 18, 2021, 08:19:42 PM 
Started by Neons Fanzine - Last post by Neons Fanzine
On neonspublishing.limitedrun.com

BIZARRE UPROAR "Karelian Women"
C10. Limited edition.
Clear burgundy tapes.

They're sold out from me but Filth & Violence will receive some soon.

Two live tracks from a show in Vantaa, Finland in 2019. Good sound quality.
"Karelian Women" b/w "Mantra". Both tracks originally appeared on the album" Indoctrination of Fist & Cock". 'Karelian Woman' is one of my favorite tracks by Bizarre Uproar, and the eerie sample of women singing in the background is now easier to hear, taking a whole new sense, floating between brutal percussions, growlings and blasts of noise. "Mantra" is everything you like about BU, electronic assault, screams, scrap metal... Pure hypnotic violence.  

RESTOCK:

M.I.A. "Multiracial Mess"
This tape can be dubbed and distributed on demand.
"Ever had these feelings of frustration, anxiety and rage boiling into your veins, growing stronger and stronger, turning your blood into poison? "Multiracial Mess" sounds like the neverending farce of the absurdity and bleakness of this modern world, through the eyes of Travis Bickle. Insanity leading a man to only wish for a minute of rest, that he struggles to find in the chaos of reality. Between harsh noise, power electronics and dark atmospheric parts with heavy synth drones."  
Listen to it there:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grRf3BZalgE&ab_channel=RaphNeons


COMING NEXT:

Bizarre Uproar / M.I.A. "Scum" C40 split.
Sodium Seconal "S/T" C40 - 60's Psychedelic, soundtrack from the 70s nazi porn loop collection released by Dog & Horse.
https://neonspublishing.bandcamp.com/
M.I.A. / Orgue Nouveau C40 split

 60 
 on: January 18, 2021, 08:19:34 PM 
Started by JLIAT - Last post by Cementimental
https://djmag.com/news/korg-announces-new-smaller-cheaper-version-their-arp2600-remake

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