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« Reply #1050 on: May 06, 2011, 05:50:02 PM »


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agreed 100%.  "V.III" is a great disc, and i'm very much looking forward to the MURDEROUS VISION/DEFILER 7"...
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You will need to take a rape shower after listening! Pure filth ambient!!!
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« Reply #1051 on: May 07, 2011, 11:51:06 AM »

Lettera 22 – True Form LP (A Dear Girl Called Wendy)
Absolutely loved last years Second Sleep release from Lettera 22, but this is even better. Pretty much the same thing, but more refined and delicate. Messy but crystal clear compositions of field recordings, cassette manipulations and electronics, with manages to feel both chaotic and extremely controlled at the same time. Beautiful stuff. Highest recommendations.

Keränen – Moon Over Torrelorca CD (Ljud & Bild Produktion)
Far away from the intensity on Bats In The Attic, this one features a long and slow moving drone track. The ambience and stripped down approach kind of reminded me of Drumm’s Imperial Horizon. Boring music, in the best possible way! Got me really excited on the Keränen show here in Gothenburg tomorrow, although I guess this is maybe not what Tommi will bring to the table…

Händer Som Vårdar – Bakåtböjning Tape (Järtecknet)
Debut tape from HSV was pretty decent, but Bakåtböjning is such an improvement! Weird, claustrophobic stuff with a heavy use of loops. It has a somewhat shitty nerve to it which I really appreciate, the sounds are… “wrong”. I found it hard to find something to compare this to. Uneasy listening, well worth checking out.
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« Reply #1052 on: May 07, 2011, 04:08:14 PM »

Alfarmania "Hålögd insikt" 10" (Autarkeia)
Quality release from Alfarmania, well worth it's rather expensive price tag. Alfarmania is progressing towards an ever darker and more oppressive sound, and this 10" picture vinyl is a great example of that. Gloomy and apocalyptical.

Bestializer "Perpetrator Leisures" tape (Styggelse)
Brutal, ugly noise with a crude industrial foundation. Heavy and violent! This act has put out a couple of really strong tapes lately! I can recommend this and the tape on Joy de Vivre, which is a bit more industrial and less noisy.

Blood ov Thee Christ "Guilty to everything" tape (Styggelse)
A fragmented, delerious mess of crude noise, drunken, hateful ranting, recorded conversations and sheer insanities. Extremly filthy and ugly. Sometimes it is excellent, and sometimes I just laugh out loud. Definitely not tailored for commercial viability!
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« Reply #1053 on: May 08, 2011, 12:20:31 AM »

yes, these are good tapes. Only complaint would be, that they don't fully represent the power of original sound. For example Concrete Mascara live gig, in this tape, the end appears to be electrical cord noises and crackling sounds and vocals, but what recording failed to capture, was the massive DEEP bass frequency, what was THE dominating element of the live. I mean, the crackles wasn't just crackles, but it was the sound of bass amp nearly bursting in flames. You could feel bassy waves trembling in small space.
Recording was made from distance, with normal microphone, so there are some limitations.
Although a lot of PE does benefit from thin and lo-fi sound, sometimes also clear and in-your-face sound could reveal the nature of sounds better. Even if we talk about the crudest and harshest sounds.
I'd hope to get live recordings with proper microphones placed just in front of the amps.
Nevertheless, both tapes are good.

Very understanding i bet a lot of live recordings are not close to how it was to be there. maybe a straight from mixer audio would be helpful.

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« Reply #1054 on: May 08, 2011, 06:33:29 AM »

Capturing live recordings via the audience is very, very difficult.  It's a true craft.  Microphone placement is only the beginning of it.  Knowing the configuration of the microphones if using more than one.  Knowing the rest of the equipment.  Knowing the venue, it's gear,  and its acoustics.  I listen to a lot of live recordings, and it is not an easy thing to master.

If the goal is to capture the atmosphere, as well as the sound, it's sometimes best to create what is known as a Matrix.  It's a combination of a recording off the soundboard, or mixer, coupled with a microphone/audience recording (sometimes more than one, if more than one is available, because each microphone is better at collecting sound from particular ranges).  And it is not an easy task in itself.  Phasing, pitch matching, and all kinds of little technical nuances have to be aligned for it to not sound like a mess.  Sure, you can throw one over the other in Audacity, but you can usually tell that is exactly what happened.

And I'm not talking some lofty, studio-grade expectations.  There are a few hobbyists out there who are masters at this.  I mention these things because I would think it particularly difficult to get a high-quality live recording from a noise or power-electronics group.  A simple soundboard recording wouldn't be difficult at all, but to capture room atmosphere would be almost Herculean.

If you're interested in microphones, live recordings, and more technical babble than you can stand, check here:
http://taperssection.com/index.php
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« Reply #1055 on: May 08, 2011, 11:08:59 AM »

Nick Cave- Tupelo
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« Reply #1056 on: May 08, 2011, 08:52:57 PM »

UpsideDownCross- can't believe i've ignored this all these years
Cough- ritual abuse
Mania- heralds of agony
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« Reply #1057 on: May 08, 2011, 11:22:26 PM »

Cough- ritual abuse
I want this to be better.  Left me not interested.
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« Reply #1058 on: May 08, 2011, 11:26:03 PM »

After seeing Cough live I think they are much more powerful in the live setting than on CD.
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« Reply #1059 on: May 09, 2011, 07:43:04 PM »

I d/l'd "Ritual Abuse" & liked it so much I ordered the 2LP set. Need their other vinyl too but haven't gotten around to ordering.
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« Reply #1060 on: May 09, 2011, 08:04:25 PM »

RU-486 - Concealed Weaponry
CARNIVORE - Carnivore & Retaliation
THE KALI ENSEMBLE - The Kali Ensemble
BRETHREN - The Chosen
ALAN LAMB - Primal Image

and lots of old country music
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« Reply #1061 on: May 09, 2011, 08:54:36 PM »

Taint - Justmeat - I've reviewed this numerous times before. My favorite Taint release.

Civilian - Unclean (TF/PE 2009) - http://purestench.blogspot.com/2011/03/civilian-unclean.html

Tortured Hooker - Tortured Hooker - An Offender's M.O. Can Change. Static And Rigid Remains The Signature. - (Hospital Productions 2010) - Great Noisecore with a very sharp and raw production. Probably the most one-dimensional Tortured Hooker release - a very acquired taste is needed more-so than with most Noisecore or any of his other releases under this name. And that's what is great about it, it is not a cliche. A satisfying blast of seemingly disjointed parts (exactly 102 of them spread through-out 3 tracks) that are actually very fitting it would be hard to picture it any other way.
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« Reply #1062 on: May 10, 2011, 11:57:22 PM »

Sharpwaist/Sewer Goddes - Blood Libel Cult (C30, Razors and Medicine): Death Industrial, mostly slow, but there are some more chaotic moments. Some parts of it struck me as almost melodious. Glad I still got it. One thing I don't like is how the last track just abruptly stops. Both Sharpwaist and Sewer Goddess have done that on other releases (with some tracks) as well and I don't really like it. I prefer a (short) fade out or something else that gives it a more finished feeling.
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« Reply #1063 on: May 11, 2011, 12:54:52 AM »

INDIAN "guiltless"- better than expected
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« Reply #1064 on: May 11, 2011, 04:57:00 PM »

Vehm - Time of violence
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