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 on: April 05, 2021, 06:53:58 PM 
Started by bitewerksMTB - Last post by JLIAT


Another 50 tracks. Harsh Noise - though not WALL.

 on: April 05, 2021, 06:28:50 PM 
Started by pink_eye - Last post by pink_eye
Current Distro List.

Skeleton Dust Records
Torn Light Records
Flag Day Recordings

Outsider Art

Will make updates when more International distribution is added.

 on: April 05, 2021, 06:03:28 PM 
Started by SNSTR MNTN - Last post by SNSTR MNTN
Printed these The Grey Wolves shirts for me and some mates, if anyone is interested, send me an email to: muerte.espiritual (at) hotmail dot com

These are boots and I'm selling them for dirt cheap.
I can print them on other light colors as red or green, even on hoodies.

 on: April 05, 2021, 05:58:53 PM 
Started by CannibalRitual - Last post by New Forces
In his spam emails to me he apologizes for his autism, but proceeds to keep spamming the email. It's definitely annoying, but I've got an autistic family member so I kinda get it, and I just delete this guys messages and shrug it off as someone that isn't good at communication and social norms.

 on: April 05, 2021, 05:49:16 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by ConcreteMascara
Last Monday
Edge of the Axe [dir. José Ramón Larraz, 1988] - Haven't seen much in the way of Spanish cinema, exploitation or otherwise. This was an interesting attempt at making an American slasher with a European touch. The performances are odd, different than Italian or American for sure. I assume its a mix of bad acting, bizarre dialogue and nonsensical story. It feels closest to something like Juan Piquer Simón's Pieces, but not as balls out crazy. The main chick was a cutie but the protagonist was off-putting in everyway. Still I felt engaged most of the time and there were some descent murder sequences. I've definitely watched worse. Recommended if you want something off the beaten slasher path.

As far as dumb popcorn movies go, Godzilla related stuff is what I turn to for mindless entertainment...
Kong: Skull Island [dir. Jordan Vogt-Roberts, 2017] - Watched this one for the first time in preparation for Godzilla vs King Kong and I was very pleasantly surprised. I have to admit this is easily the most well rounded movie of the whole Legendary kaiju franchise they've got going on right now. John C. Reilly elevates this movie by being consistently funny and relatable when everyone else is somewhat mirthless. I thought Brie Larson was especially pointless as a photographer who almost never takes pictures. And Tom Hiddleston's character could've been played by anyone given the way he was written. But Kong was great, the skull-crawlers were sick and so were the rest of the big critters. I was feeling very hyped for Godzilla vs King Kong.

Godzilla vs King Kong - [dir. Adam Wingard, 2021] - Saw this at a drive-in. There were sound issues and my view was meh, but I enjoyed the hell out of this in spite of those issues. As a Godzilla fan my enjoyment criteria is skewed when watching Godzilla films to the point of uselessness. The human plot stuff to move the story along is kept to a minimum which was nice. That Kiwi kid from Deadpool 2 and Hunt for the Wilderpeople was in it, but underutilized or maybe not needed at all, but still nice to see him. The overall plot was a tad less silly than a Showa era plot. But the real question is where the kaiju fights done well? Hell fucking yeah they were. Even on a drive-in screen I think I can say they looked better than King of the Monsters. The first fight between Kong and Godzilla was especially awesome. But there's all sorts of CGI kaiju splendor throughout the whole movie with a proper culminating fight at the end. Is this masterpiece cinema? Absolutely not. Is it big monsters make smash smoll people die. Yes, yes it is. Bonus points for destroying Hong Kong which I don't think I've seen wrecked since Pacific Rim.

Four movies into Legendary's monsterverse and I'd argue that Kong: Skull Island is technically the best movie of the bunch. Godzilla (2014) is definitely the weakest. But my favorite has to be Godzilla: King of the Monsters because it's just so balls out and Ghidorah just wrecks shit the whole time.

Nemesis [dir. Albert Pyun, 1992] - the came on my radar a few months back. Watched a lo-quality trailer and it looked like a dumb but wild ride. I think Arrow just released a new transfer of it because the copy I watched on Amazon looked great! The movie is like Commando meets cyberpunk, but I was surprised but how deep the cyberpunk aesthetic and details went. Anyway, the main character is some kind of French Jean-Claude Van Damme rip off with no acting ability and low charisma. But he knows how to run, kick, jump through windows and jump off cliffs like a pro. This thing is non-stop action, non-stop explosions, non-stop silliness [albeit it's all played straight as an arrow]. It was nice to see something so earnest, even if the execution was undercut by budget and acting. Reminded me a of a poor-man's John Woo film or an even more action packed version of Keita Amemiya film.  All of the future cyberpunk guns are just prop guns with black cylinders and squares added to em, but fuck if they don't just constantly blow up walls, buildings, cars, robots, etc. This may be dumb but it's very entertaining, and with a different flavor from your Hollywood action film. Worth a watch.

Inseminoid [dir. Norman J. Warren, 1981] - for a movie about inseminating astronauts the insemination count is quite low. It's gross though, I'll give the movie that. This felt like something out of the 70s not the 80s, but it wasn't nearly as cheap and shitty as I thought it might be. Frankly I quite enjoyed the "woman gone mad with alien seed" plot. None of the violence gets really excessive and there's not enough sex related shit to get sleazy, it's just a single location cabin fever flick. It was fine for what it was.

The Terminator [dir. James Cameron, 1984] - a perfect movie. every viewing re-affirms its perfection. it was especially noticeable after the amount of schlock I'd watched in the past week.

 on: April 05, 2021, 05:35:00 PM 
Started by Mr Klang - Last post by Balor/SS1535
Appreciate your readings, summaries and thoughts on this book JLIAT, even if ultimately it's not a book I would find myself wanting to read! Kudos to you for slogging your way through it.

This forthcoming philosophy book from Urbanomic looks like an even more impenetrable read, which I suppose is apt for a book about noise... https://www.urbanomic.com/book/irreversible-noise/

This one sounds really interesting (though I can't say that I completely understood even the summary).

 on: April 05, 2021, 03:33:52 PM 
Started by hateful.neglect - Last post by holy ghost
I have trouble keeping up with the new Suppression releases - but the ones I’ve grabbed are great.

I’m really partial to Oozing Meat - I have a few tapes and I love that shit!

 on: April 05, 2021, 03:04:51 PM 
Started by Mr Klang - Last post by JLIAT
Appreciate your readings, summaries and thoughts on this book JLIAT, even if ultimately it's not a book I would find myself wanting to read! Kudos to you for slogging your way through it.

This forthcoming philosophy book from Urbanomic looks like an even more impenetrable read, which I suppose is apt for a book about noise... https://www.urbanomic.com/book/irreversible-noise/


I was aware of this upcoming from Inigo Wilkins, i met him at a noise 'thing' @ University of Kent organised by Amanda Beech - another of Urbanomic
authors - and Ray Brassier in Glasgow.

I'll try to resist it but doubt I will. These kind of books are a bit like a drug... I blame the French!  

"The central aim of this pioneering critical work is to demystify noise"    Cough!

"to counter the neoliberal politics of self-organising systems and the tendency to fetishize indeterminacy in contemporary art—by showing how constrained randomness is intrinsic to the functional organisation of complex hierarchically nested systems, including higher cognition, and how the navigation of noise is a necessary condition of reason and consequently of freedom."

IOW - shit happens - and sometimes its useful.   ;-)

 on: April 05, 2021, 02:30:14 PM 
Started by Mr Klang - Last post by theotherjohn
Appreciate your readings, summaries and thoughts on this book JLIAT, even if ultimately it's not a book I would find myself wanting to read! Kudos to you for slogging your way through it.

This forthcoming philosophy book from Urbanomic looks like an even more impenetrable read, which I suppose is apt for a book about noise... https://www.urbanomic.com/book/irreversible-noise/

 on: April 05, 2021, 02:29:54 PM 
Started by 4iB Records - Last post by 4iB Records

Excerpt Video:

Bosses Hang & Government Alpha & Torturing Nurse & Astro & Vomir - 一期一会 2xCD (4iB056):

Disc 1
1. BOSSES HANG + TORTURING NURSE + GOVERNMENT ALPHA – All The Power To The People, I Will Die For Something Which Is Still Nothing In The End (12:21)
2. BOSSES HANG + GOVERNMENT ALPHA – Every Cat That I’ve Met Seems To Have A Sad Face Which Emanates The Purest Light (4:13)
3. BOSSES HANG + TORTURING NURSE – I Am Intoxicated With The Ashes Of A Long Gone Past, But I Am Still Breathing (10:24)
4. BOSSES HANG + GOVERNMENT ALPHA – What Will You Do At The End Of The World? Are You Busy? Will You Save Us? (Reprise) (12:50)
5. BOSSES HANG + TORTURING NURSE – Untitled (Because Human Names Are Unsuitable For The Beauty Of Sound) (12:08)
6. BOSSES HANG + GOVERNMENT ALPHA (Feat. Déhà) – Death Is Not The Worst Thing, Losing Life Is (ピシの特別なニャー) (13:17)

Disc 2
1. BOSSES HANG + ASTRO – Naked Subconsciousness Under The Burning Cascade (Part 1) (6:54)
2. BOSSES HANG + ASTRO + VOMIR – Throne Of Blood And The Ballad Of A Thousand Crying Sparrows (Feat. Marko Neuman) (23:16)
3. BOSSES HANG + ASTRO – Naked Subconsciousness Under The Chilling Flames (Part 2) (9:39)
4. BOSSES HANG + VOMIR (Feat. Junko) – Death Is Not The Ending, It Is Just A Reasonable Conclusion To Another Average Story (ホーエンハイムの特別なゴロゴロ) (21:33)

– 2xCD in 6-Panel Digisleeve
– 8 Page Booklet
– Limited Edition 300 Copies
– Barcode: 5 902249 003383

一期一会 (Once in a lifetime) is a fragmented and anachronistic double album featuring Romania’s Bosses Hang (aka Raul Starcz) improvising on the original works of noise protagonists: Government Alpha & Astro (Hiroshi Hasegawa & Rohco) (Tokyo, Japan), Torturing Nurse (Shanghai, China) & Vomir (Paris, France). Other guests like Marko Neuman, Déhà (Musical Excrements) and Junko (Hijokaidan) are also featured in this free-forming transformation of sound that range from drone to industrial noise to free jazz and doom. The range of sounds transcend into unexpected directions and territories, all serving as the base of this album. There is a rhizomatic meeting between the different artists with different styles and different subjectivities being captured here. Due to it’s instinctive and improvisational nature, the tracks will never exist in the same form ever again.

However, the author is dead and the duty is passed to the listener, as improvisation is forever open-ended.” (一期一会 – Once In A Lifetime)

More Info:

4iB Records Catalogue
4iB001: SUTCLIFFE JUGEND – Pursuit of Pleasure LP
4iB002: AUTOGEN – Mutagen CD
4iB003: SUTCLIFFE JUGEND and JUNKO (非常階段/Hijokaidan) – Sans Palatine Uvula CD
4iB005: K2/GX (Jupitter-Larsen) – Convulsing Vestibular CD
4iB008: VOMIR – recouvre la merde CD
4iB009: NAEVUS – Backsaddling 7“
4iB010: THE RITA – Female Statuesque 7″
4iB011: DEAD BODY COLLECTION – Quite Unreachable Hell 7″
4iB012: PSICOPOMPO (Hermann Kopp + Lorenzo Abattoir) – Synchronicity (Theory of Carl Jung) CD
4iB013: SHROUD OF VAPOUR (Hiroshi Hasegawa + Rohco + L’eclipse Nue + Yoshiko Honda) – Suicide Forest Sessions CD
4iB014: K.K. NULL x DAO DE NOIZE – Mizuchi Creation CD
4iB015: RICHARD RAMIREZ – Kept. Perverse. Mess. LP
4iB016: MERZBOW/RAVEN/DAO DE NOIZE – Animal Liberation CD
4iB019: FREE AS DEAD – Tombeau Vital CD
4iB020: MAURIZIO BIANCHI – Elegietroniche CD
4iB022: THE RITA – Journey Of The K-Verband (Throat Lure) 7″
4iB023: SUTCLIFFE JUGEND – S L A V E S 6xCD Box Set (Sold Out)
4iB025: PHURPA + MARE DI DIRAC – Misericordia LP
4iB026: KK NULL – Extropy Ground Zero CD
4iB027: VOMIR – Cloitrez Et Tuez Vous Tous CD
4iB029: DEMONOLOGISTS – Acid Until I Rot CD
4iB030: MACRONYMPHA – Infinite Perversion CD
4iB031: O PARADIS – Tierra Embrujada CD
4iB032: MAURIZIO BIANCHI (MB) + SOSTRAH TINNITUS – Peripherycal Minimaltronics CD
4iB033: THE NEW BLOCKADERS & INCAPACITANTS – As Anti As Possible CD (Sold Out)
4iB034: WEREWOLF JERUSALEM – The Nightmares CD
4iB035: KTT (Kasper Toeplitz) & VOMIR – Espace CD
4iB036: MERZBOW + DEDALI – L’Age D’Or LP
4iB037: ARMENIA - Infraestructura Descontextual CD
4iB038: TENEBRIOUS – Recurring Manifestations Of Esoteric Lunacy CD
4iB040: KNURL – Risk Of Entrapment CD
4iB041: YVES BOTZ & RORO PERROT – Saboteur CD
4iB042: DARK UNION - Hollywound LP
4iB044: SUTCLIFFE JUGEND – The Deluge CD
4iB046: SLAVES NO MORE (Ex-Sutcliffe Jugend) – The Unravelling 2xCD
4iB047: M.B. (Maurizio Bianchi) – The Sacral Inhabitat CD
4iB048: K2 / ASTRO / V.O.E.R. - Subconscious Error CD
4iB049: DEMONOLOGISTS - Dissociative Themes CD
4iB050: MURDER CORPORATION / DEDALI - Bleeding Images CD
4iB051: M.B. (Maurizio Bianchi) / FRAG (Head Of David/Tunnels Of Āh) - Psychation CD
4iB052: HAARE - Karesansui CD
4iB053: SUTCLIFFE JUGEND - Slaves No More 2xCD
4iB054: TNB (The New Blockaders) + K2 - Kyomu-No-Ne LP
4iB055: WYRM – Wolfish Outlaws & Other Heathens CD (Upcoming!)
4iB057: SACHER-PELZ & M.B. ‎– C.M.E.R. CD (Upcoming!)
4iB058: NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS / FRAG ‎– Esoteric Sedition CD (Upcoming!)
4iB059: PHURPA & QUEEN ELEPHANTINE ‎– Ita Zor CD (Upcoming!)

4iB Records
PO Box 206
Singapore 914007
Contact: gerald@4ibrecords.com

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