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 91 
 on: April 02, 2021, 12:34:08 PM 
Started by 44 - Last post by 44
Depletion - Projections (C30)
Analogue synth ruminations from Martyn Reid

VYRYV - Lyutak Caldo (C30) (edit: this has now sold out!)
Analogue synth horror from Lee Stokoe of Culver fame.

N. - Regret Session 2021 (C42)
Pitch-black death electronics from the master of Italian death industrial.

£4.50 each plus posting. All tapes are limited to 30 copies each.

Email direct: holbrook1834@yahoo.com

Or go to: https://darkpassagerecords.bandcamp.com/

Thanks
Martyn

 92 
 on: April 02, 2021, 11:21:35 AM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by MateriaPrima
Hermann Nitsch, The Gesamtkunstwerk of the Orgien Mysterien Theater, published in 2015 by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König. Insanely huge art book of 968 pages, if you're into Hermann Nitsch this is the document. It's an incredible tome covering all of his work from the actions to the paintings and drawings, theater and opera staging, even his musical scores. There are essays by Nitsch and others throughout and a whole section devoted to some of Nitsch's key texts on the philosophy of his work. There is a German version and an English version, it looks like the English version might be out of print. I got mine off AbeBooks for a reasonable price. Definitely worth it if you're really into this.

"In addition to functioning as a substantial documentation of his work and in a sense preserving and disseminating it, it was important to me that this book should reflect the artist’s own style of editorial and graphic work. The artist Hermann Nitsch should help shape and design his reference work, so that it captures his Gesamtkunstwerk for posterity in a way that is authentic, genuine, and entirely in the artist’s spirit. The focus of this extraordinary book project was not just a monograph on Hermann Nitsch but a monograph on and by Hermann Nitsch. A magnum opus on his magnum opus." -Michael Karrer, Editor

German Edition ISBN 978-3-86335-702-3
English Edition ISBN 978-3-86335-703-0

 93 
 on: April 02, 2021, 11:18:25 AM 
Started by Mr Klang - Last post by JLIAT

Intent has to be a key concern, as without it many clearly different things would end up collapsing into one vague unity
.  I wonder whether throwing the status of art onto the listener necessitates art becoming a social construct, though.  It might just be a broadening of potential venues for aesthetic experience to go beyond what is recognized as "art" in society?

I'm changing my mind over this, what if "things" had intrinsic qualities regardless of intent. Music is a good example - 'harmony' is intrinsic, harmonics existed way before humans. And so would then diss-harmony.... noise?

Is it 'intent' then that makes something 'Art'? I'm not sure.

 94 
 on: April 02, 2021, 09:30:13 AM 
Started by n a a r a - Last post by Andrew McIntosh
A lot of electronic music, that is not amplified, and recorded in space, simply does not have the same sense of space. It is just the electronic signal inside the format. No sense of space or volume, until you adjust it from the volume button & pair of speakers.

In the past few years I've grown to quite like that sound, after years of being an analog purist. It has a cold, immediate and direct effect, I feel.

But not sure how good it is for Noise, for which I prefer a gluggy, messier, more further-back kind of sound.

 95 
 on: April 02, 2021, 08:48:26 AM 
Started by n a a r a - Last post by FreakAnimalFinland
This is something I pay attention when both listening and especially when making.
I think it is connected also to sound source being ”concrete”.
A lot of electronic music, that is not amplified, and recorded in space, simply does not have the same sense of space. It is just the electronic signal inside the format. No sense of space or volume, until you adjust it from the volume button & pair of speakers.

Some other types of sounds, have a sense of size, space, loudness, build within the sound. Therefore, my decades long passion for seemingly ”old” metal junk crushing, is often tied to its sense of loudness and noisiness. Same for feedback. Even if these may be illusions and volume of recording was not -that- loud. Even the utmost distortion doesn’t appear to me a LOUD. It is just signal inside gadget, perhaps overdrive of cassette, until it is blasted out from speakers.

To record situation what sound loud, is not always easy. Often loudness erases a lot of nuance and detail that actually make noise interesting. Yet when succeeding to capture both, that is among my favorite ways of noise. Physicality, happening in specific space, that you can sense. Not just abstraction of white-noise-generator hissing.

Another thing, I like, is the combination of kind of surreal mix of space that can not exist. Not just room recording, but blatantly ”unnatural” mix of noise. Where stuff like mentioned above, that has very physical, concrete and clear in form, meets unrelated space or ”spaceless” sound.

In mixing methods, I would qualify this ”imaginary” / ”surreal” space very relevant. Where listener is the element. Such as, your brain functioning as mixer. I guess there must have been topic about it somewhere. Quite common practise, where left and right channel feeds sounds that your brain sort of mixes together. Sometimes method used is based on having two seemingly same sounds, yet different, and in headphone listening they merge as one. I was using method long before being aware it was used in more ”psychological experiment”.

I have friends who have passionate dislike for things like reverb effect. Artificial sense of space. I don’t often associate delay or reverb effects to even simulate real space. Seems more of blatant effect, that barely creates the illusion. When they break the sense of ”real space” - such as dry electronics or quiet acoustics are combined with artificial space used in vocals or other sounds, I am not annoyed at all. I tend to like also the ”unreal”, or even ”surreal” feel too. Where space exists in various levels and not just band perforing in strictly limited real location.


 96 
 on: April 02, 2021, 08:30:14 AM 
Started by Electro Surgeon - Last post by Electro Surgeon
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 97 
 on: April 02, 2021, 12:33:04 AM 
Started by dp - Last post by dp
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 98 
 on: April 01, 2021, 10:03:12 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by theworldisawarfilm
Rogue State - Funeral for Music 2xCS - Hospital, 2021
New noise from the Lussuria homie. Between the bumper sticker, application, and paper test it fully realizes the RSU concept. Rock solid material all the way through; a varied mix of crunchy distortion, loops, near ambient distant sounds, indecipherable mechanical clanking, spattered with a handful of samples and everything coated in a thick sheen of tape hiss. The tracks meander between outright noise and industrial ambience with a sense of humor that is always appreciated. A very "realized" released and a project that I'm stoked to see more of...my application is in.


Physical version of this was prohibitively expensive for me, but I have been listening digital copy of it like once a day since it came out. Fucking loved it and found it to be a massive refinement of the material from the 'Computer Murder' box. Hope there is much more to come.

 99 
 on: April 01, 2021, 08:29:30 PM 
Started by Modular Lazvig - Last post by nothingness
The Occult Roots of Nazism by Nicholas Goodrick Clarke

It's almost impressive how uninteresting this man makes something as extravagant and fantastical as Nazi occultism seem.

Absolutely. I couldn't have said it better myself.

 100 
 on: April 01, 2021, 07:56:02 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by Eigen Bast
Rogue State - Funeral for Music 2xCS - Hospital, 2021
New noise from the Lussuria homie. Between the bumper sticker, application, and paper test it fully realizes the RSU concept. Rock solid material all the way through; a varied mix of crunchy distortion, loops, near ambient distant sounds, indecipherable mechanical clanking, spattered with a handful of samples and everything coated in a thick sheen of tape hiss. The tracks meander between outright noise and industrial ambience with a sense of humor that is always appreciated. A very "realized" released and a project that I'm stoked to see more of...my application is in.

Haare - The Acid Realm CD - OEC, 2021
This release is 4 tracks of the psychedelic, near musical noise, closely aligned with the prior 2 releases (Brain & Tantric Noise). Maybe a bit more "delicate" than those releases, this one is an exercise in dynamic restraint, pulling up some heavy Kosmiche vibes from the lysergic depths.

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