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 81 
 on: November 20, 2020, 11:21:23 PM 
Started by Thermophile - Last post by xdementia
Released on my own label and kind of disappointed he only did one album "intimate power electronics": Verdant - Sincerity https://www.discogs.com/artist/1260594-Verdant

Also Poison Tongue - I know that dude had a ton of other projects but that was his best project/release by far https://www.discogs.com/artist/1989178-Poison-Tongue

Cowards - Forgotten Resonance - maybe one of my all time favorite ambient noise records https://www.discogs.com/artist/1826779-Cowards

Throat - one of the best projects to come out of the Red Light District house in NYC. I saw them perform twice and it was incredible but they only had a compilation appearance and that's it https://www.discogs.com/artist/1446287-Throat-2

 82 
 on: November 20, 2020, 10:24:28 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by Major Carew
Pogrom ‎– Degančios Suros CD - Unrest Prod, 2014 - haven't heard this one in a while and goddamn what a pleasure it was to revisit. Such a gloomy power electronics record. I don't think I can give a proper description as I listened to it a few days ago, but the best comparison I can think of is Con-Dom. Like Con-Dom nothing is normal or run-of-the-mill about this. Although this review is a poor one, I can't recommend this album enough.

That's strange timing, I dug the tape of this out for the first time in ages this week. Great album.

Speaking of other projects that sound like Con-Dom in the sense that they stand out in terms of pure power, I finally got around to listening to the first tape of Human Larvae's '15 years' live release. It's a ripper. The standout elements for me so far on this one are the vocals, fucking fantastic.

 83 
 on: November 20, 2020, 09:19:51 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by ConcreteMascara
Pogrom ‎– Degančios Suros CD - Unrest Prod, 2014 - haven't heard this one in a while and goddamn what a pleasure it was to revisit. Such a gloomy power electronics record. I don't think I can give a proper description as I listened to it a few days ago, but the best comparison I can think of is Con-Dom. Like Con-Dom nothing is normal or run-of-the-mill about this. Although this review is a poor one, I can't recommend this album enough.

 84 
 on: November 20, 2020, 05:58:15 PM 
Started by CannibalRitual - Last post by Ashmonger
I set everything up quite a while ago, then received no orders from over a month. After asking around, someone offered me to check my list and he sent me print screen, turns out every single item was priced as having a shipping cost of €16. That's what you get when you can't check for yourself if everything is set up good. Discogs providing no way to run tests to see if everything works, is a huge fault on their part.
Right, then, why did it list everything with that price? Turns out that it was always presenting my "flat rate shipping" policy (I'm talking about shipping packages from Belgium to other European countries). Why? Because apparently you can drag the lines (lines with "all items", "CD shipping policy", "tape shipping policy"...) and change the order. So, when the "all items" policy is on top, it will always show that. Dragged it to the botom, now it works.
I've set it up per item, not per weight. Because I know that I can ship 3 CDs for a certain price f.e. Only downside to that is that I can't offer cheaper shipping for a single digipak or CD without jewelcase (as that weighs less than 100g). Of course, people are welcome to inquire about that.

Anyway, since fixing that, I've had a couple of orders. Too early to say if it's more or less than before, since most orders usually come early in the month, but I doubt it will turn into a goldmine.
I've been thinking about ditching discogs as well, but I think I'm nearly not well known enough or have a loyal customers base enough to expect them to follow.

 85 
 on: November 20, 2020, 05:52:42 PM 
Started by Harvest - Last post by Zeno Marx
new Brendan Perry album is Rebetiko Greek music.  Dead Can Dance.  I've only listened to the first half.  I'd have no issue with another synth-heavy album, but this is fine too.

https://brendan-perry.bandcamp.com/releases

 86 
 on: November 20, 2020, 05:30:02 PM 
Started by Retinal Mirrors - Last post by Retinal Mirrors
For sale: Nicole 12/Prurient - Love and Romance split LP (Hospital Productions), limited to 300 copies. Sleeve is Near Mint, and vinyl is Very Good++ (closer to Near Mint condition, only played once; I just hesitate to use NM ratings on vinyl). Near Mint condition insert is also included. 125.00 postage paid in the US. Sorry, I'm unable to ship internationally at this time. Message for pics, info, details, etc.

 87 
 on: November 20, 2020, 05:27:31 PM 
Started by JLIAT - Last post by Uncle_bin
Nice! This thing is a beast! Can't wait to have the pricing here in Canada.

 88 
 on: November 20, 2020, 02:54:34 PM 
Started by JLIAT - Last post by JLIAT
Behringer 2600 Analog Synthesizer

Juno UK are showing a price of £499.99 for this when available...

gear4music giving £555.00 for order by feb 2021

https://www.juno.co.uk/products/behringer-2600-semi-modular-analog-synthesizer/799849-01/

 89 
 on: November 20, 2020, 02:40:09 PM 
Started by CannibalRitual - Last post by holy ghost
Yeah I did okay initially when I reopened my store but for less “HOT” noise stuff I’m selling I haven’t had an order in weeks. Usually I average one or two per week. I generally don’t get bent out of shape when a big platform makes changes but this is.... not good.

Honestly I would much rather there be a way for the system to calculate how much it will cost to ship and then you just print off a fucking invoice and skip the entire process altogether. That would make sense. This does not.

 90 
 on: November 20, 2020, 12:17:15 PM 
Started by manuelM - Last post by manuelM
https://archive.org/details/@dehumanoizer

I am scanning and uploading to this archive.org early '90s zines (around 1989 to 1996), feel free to browse, download and enjoy

Contents of these issues are mostly Noisecore, Grindcore, Death Metal, Hardcore Punk related.

Any contribution is encouraged, thanks in advance.
Contact: dehumanoizer at gmail dot com


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