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 on: October 25, 2020, 06:20:03 PM 
Started by Thermophile - Last post by Thermophile



“Everything had broken down in any case and new things had to be made out of the fragments.” ---- Kurt Schwitters

Hundreds of pieces were constructed for a period of a decade from which only small fragments remain. These fragments are altered beyond recognition and reassembled into new forms. The old compositions are deleted and forever lost to oblivion. The sound bits are only a distorted memory trace of what once existed.
At the junction where delusions temporarily unravel only to be immediately replaced by new emerging ones.
5 sound collage pieces with the mood deeply rooted in the noise/industrial universe of the 80's. An extreme experiment into fragmentation and obsolescence.

Fans of Vivenza, The Hafler Trio, Das Synthetische Mischgewebe, Whitehouse, NWW, The New Blockaders, Xenakis will appreciate it.

https://www.discogs.com/Alterer-Manifold-Decomposition/release/16016046

 62 
 on: October 25, 2020, 03:56:34 PM 
Started by absurdexposition - Last post by absurdexposition
10/25/20: New Arrivals - Amphetamine Sulphate, Bacteria Field, Misanthropic Agenda, Smalltown Supersound

Amphetamine Sulphate

CHRISTOPHER ZEISCHEGG - “The Magician” Book
GABI LOSONCY – “Second Person” Chapbook
JOSH PETERSON – “Granite City Blues” Book
JOSH PETERSON – “Missing” Chapbook
SIMON MORRIS - “Consumer Guide” Special Edition Book

Bacteria Field
HERMANN KOPP – Electric CS
IUGULA-THOR – Sisters CS
PANICSVILLE – Electroacoustic Underground CS
WOMEN OF THE SS – Femme SS Fatale CS
WORTH – Gone Down CS

Misanthropic Agenda
ANDREA BORGHI – VHS LP
DAVE PHILLIPS & R.H.Y. YAU – Illusion is a Natural Condition CD
GERRITT WITTMER – I Believe LP
JOE COLLEY – Psychic Stress Soundtracks 2LP
JOHN DUNCAN & CARL MICHAEL VON HAUSSWOLFF – Our Telluric Conversation CD
LASSE MARHAUG & FRANCISCO MEIRINO – Flupentixol / Lamotrigine 7”
MARK VERNON – An Annotated Phonography of Chance LP
MERZBOW & JOHN WIESE – Multiplication CD
SCOTT ARFORD & RANDY H.Y. YAU & MICHAEL NINE – 7hz CD
SISSY SPACEK – Glass CD

Smalltown Supersound
JOE MCPHEE & LASSE MARHAUG – Harmonia Macrocosmica LP

self-released
PUBLICATION BAN / MOT CS
VARIOUS – Kolari II CD

Used Items
KOUFAR – Lebanon for Lebanse LP (NM / VG+)
KOUFAR – Man Makes Elaborate Plans and God Laughs... CS
KOUFAR – Middle Eastern Promises 2LP
KOUFAR – The Language of Christ CS
KOUFAR – When the Last One Leaves CS

Incoming: Audio Dissection, Chondritic Sound, Foul Prey, Fourth Dimension, Gilgongo, Input Error, Modern Decadence, No Rent, Ominous Recordings, Oxen, Total Black, Troniks, White Centipede Noise

https://www.screamandwrithe.com

 63 
 on: October 25, 2020, 02:59:09 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by TS
Cristoph de Babalon is next. Well, not really (at least I think so), but it does sound like him. The yet relaxed yet complex drum programming with the sharp junglist reverb overdrive sound sounds exactly the way he does, add the powerful emotions and this one hits deep.

Shit man, stuff that hits like Babalon is so hard to find. "If You're Into it, I'm Out Of It" is an absolute classic. Unfortunately so much DnB/Jungle is ruined by dreadful samples and the ever-pervasive stench of weed. Haven't heard  this one yet but I'm gonna have to with that description.

Been listening a lot to the recent batch from Bacteria Field. Quality artwork across the board. Nice to see some colours!

Worth - Gone Down

Great as was expected. Quite different from the Blinder LP which is my main point of reference in his discography. Less spastic, more heavy slabs of noise with longer modulations and strange, sudden drops and changes. Tasty!

Women of the SS - Femme SS Fatale

My first listen to this project. Very charming! Curious hazy steamtrain atmospheres with hot voice-overs.

Hermann Kopp ‎– Electric

This one is gonna look nice on the shelves, but I dont think its gonna get played very often. I enjoy his work in movies, but this one didn't work for me. Would have been much better without the lyrics.

 64 
 on: October 25, 2020, 02:46:31 PM 
Started by NaturalOrthodoxy - Last post by TS
Ah, haven't had the chance to check out the releases you mention, so I can't comment on that. However, what you're talking about sounds more Lilya 4-ever-ish, which of course I'm not opposed to at all. Will have to track down some of these with that in mind!

It isn't exactly what I was getting at when I was trying to describe this "Scandinavian melancholy" though. It's more related to this pressing need everyone seems to have to expose their "tenderness" in a vaguely "northern", distant way which seems to me to have birthed a certain kind of aesthetic that has now become ingrained. Hard to put in to words! Sorry about that.




 65 
 on: October 25, 2020, 02:29:37 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by W.K.
Immortalist - Confinement EP
(Digital, Breathing Problem Productions, 2018)

"Breakcore, Industrial, Power Electronics, say what?" Seeing this one appear made me smile, Breakcore on a Power Electronics label, that must be something...and it is, but also isn't. Equally I had some doubts, seeing 3 remixes on anything especially a short EP is rarely a great sign of quality.

Ranging through a vast spectrum of electronic styles this EP offers a lot of variety, but lacks the uniformity I like to hear on a release like this which seems to be more stylized than your general electronic dance release, going off on the artwork. Yes, don't expect an all-out industrial breakcore hell on this one, although it wouldn't sit strange on a Praxis or DHR. We start off with a track reminisced of the all-mighty Bomb20, maybe a little more restrained but great stuff - raw, gritty and powerful. Cristoph de Babalon is next. Well, not really (at least I think so), but it does sound like him. The yet relaxed yet complex drum programming with the sharp junglist reverb overdrive sound sounds exactly the way he does, add the powerful emotions and this one hits deep.

But then it becomes difficult. Bedrock is a more vague industrial experiment that sounds sort of okay, but it doesn't add anything nor is it in-line with any of the previous tracks. And the three remixes, ai ai ai, again nothing really bad with an early acid house remix for the office slaves, a psytrance remix for the cybergoths and a gabber remix for the crazy bald dude, but it doesn't add anything to the EP as a whole. And I even like the last track, however it also feels underwhelming, I mean yeesh dude crank up that distortion for fuck sake, or go listen to Mono-Anime some bit more.

I might sound negative now, but I don't think I am, just more confused than anything. A little more red-lining or overall arching theme would improve the quality by a lot. Style follows function, so if you style your releases, at least make it also functional ha! Still interested in that 2019 release though, well, you know what's on the playlist next!

 66 
 on: October 25, 2020, 10:32:22 AM 
Started by acsenger - Last post by acsenger
Updated.

 67 
 on: October 25, 2020, 09:45:51 AM 
Started by Electro Surgeon - Last post by Electro Surgeon
CLETUS VORTEX

LEGACY OF TORMENT



SOLO RELEASE FROM THIS ELUSIVE PSYCHOTIC MANCHILD.

PSYCHOSIS ELECTRONICS FROM THE MULTICULTURAL CORRIDORS OF SYDNEY AUSTRALIA

TAKE A LISTEN HERE


https://innercityuprising.bandcamp.com/album/legacy-of-torment

 68 
 on: October 25, 2020, 08:14:45 AM 
Started by bitewerksMTB - Last post by Andrew McIntosh
How did you compress that 30minute track for BandCamp 291MBupload limit...  Wave or Aiff???

Mine are all wave files. I recall emailing Bandcamp years ago about the possibility of getting more bandwidth without having to charge for downloads. I asked about some kind of subscription deal. They just went ahead and gave me the 600 mb limit. This was probably around a time when they weren't as big as they are now.

 69 
 on: October 25, 2020, 07:48:33 AM 
Started by bitewerksMTB - Last post by WhiteWarlock
How did you compress that 30minute track for BandCamp 291MBupload limit... mono or stereo... encountered this and converted format...
Such long track.... 30 minutes... had trouble yesterday with split tape side file size 23 minutes... Wave or Aiff???
That 0 recording is actually so Subtle.

 70 
 on: October 25, 2020, 03:21:36 AM 
Started by bitewerksMTB - Last post by Andrew McIntosh
https://n-----g.bandcamp.com/track/0-87

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