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« Reply #585 on: October 26, 2010, 11:25:37 AM »

GOVERNMENT ALPHA "Alphaville" LP [Segerhuva] 1998

I had forgotten how good this LP actually is! First track on b-side is a bit slower and feels out of focus but damn everything up to massive last track is absolute top notch! Playing length of LP format is also optimal - I rarely play noise CDs over 40 minutes even if they are good. Material with its impressive dynamics to return to after a long period of flat/"unsuccessful" noise. I believe this one came out almost in the end of the last "big" noisetrend - would be interesing to hear how it would be commented upon if released now?
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« Reply #586 on: October 26, 2010, 01:43:40 PM »

Yeah, it's a good album!

Actually I think it was released in 1999. And yeah, it was definitely at the tail end of the big "japnoise" hooplah of the 90's. Not that it matters, it just took a few more years to sell all copies.
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« Reply #587 on: October 26, 2010, 09:04:58 PM »

DEATH SQUAD"Isolation as intent" CD
DEATH SQUAD"Live Leeds" CD
DEATH SQUAD"Fucked in the USA" 3"CD
DEATH IN JUNE "Discriminate"2xCD Horrible, I have gave so many changes for this. I give up, heh def. not my thing.
BULLDOG BREED"complete collection" 2xCD "In your eyes" track!!! Near perfect!
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« Reply #588 on: October 27, 2010, 12:14:24 PM »

Not sure where it was mentioned, if I wrote it or just said about it? Of course not to be taken as TNB copycat, but closer to that than some other metal scrapers. Referring more to Changez Les Blockeurs type TNB, rather than the heavy duty multilayered noise of their later works. But it's not either THAT "minimal", but has multiple things going on.

I didnt take it literally,I was  just being cute. anyways I somehow missed that pitch did say it was all layered sounds so my mistake for thinking there would be quiet moments. quiet bits would have worked well though!

Jim O Rourke remove the need great git noise/rough ambient.
 Im having somesort of artysound phase where I gravitete towards highbrow noise?!?!?!?

shit, also listened to some old techno. im really sorry guys :....(
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« Reply #589 on: October 28, 2010, 09:55:26 AM »

MUSIIKKI VYÖRY cd
I'm quite sure most people might not follow what Ektro does, but mr. Lehtisalo did good job digging up this utmost Finnish obscurity. Recordings from 1980-1981 put out by label who did tapes mostly of Finnish experimental/obscure/homerecording stuff, but also released tape of Maurizio Bianchi. Being early 80's, and liner notes saying editions of distributed copies varied from 10 to 30, this was pretty much mere "legend" what could be only found in some references, but hardly heard or owned by anyone. Now 78 minutes with extensive liner notes. Picks up tracks from various tapes of his. Pre-dates the times of extensive equipment. He didn't even use 4-track. Just recording on tape, and playing it over new layer of sounds to next deck. Biggest effect is simply extensive gain distortion and overall decay of sound. No fancy effects. Sometimes one could be surpriced how close something may get to much much later finnish project a'la Will Over Matter. Of course the intentions and the aesthetic is very different, yet the crude beats, nasty electronics, lo-fi buzz, etc..  Just add the atmosphere of 1980 post-punk teenage angst etc.
If you can handle the most fierce and effect-free home taping inferno, this is the piece to get! Especially for the finns. Couple of these found in Freak Animal distro right now.
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« Reply #590 on: October 28, 2010, 05:04:37 PM »

Clandestine Blaze - Deliverers of Faith CD (NH) - Ryan previously stated he thought that Church of Atrocity was one of the best black metal albums. I'd have to disagree. For me Deliverers of Faith surpasses CoA. Psychopathia Sexualis and Winter of White Death are my favorite CB songs done. The bleakness in Winter of White Death is unmatched by anything else. There's even a hint of tragedy and despair (without a whiff of cheese). The only song I've never really connected with is Falling but it's still solid.

Jarl - Vertigo Border CD (Autarkeia) - Vertigo Emission was the best Jarl yet but this effortlessly surpassed it. I was honestly surprised by how much this gripped me on first listen. Reminds me a bit of mid-period Autechre (which is always a good thing) but much darker and harder-edged. Perfect night-time listening. So many layers and nuances within the songs. A record to absorb and let penetrate.

V/A - Nihil 2xLP (CMI) - Everyone is on top form except Institut unfortunately. IRM thunder with really synth and bass heavy compositions. Nod weave disturbed fairy tales and I don't even know how to explain Sharon's Last Party's tracks.
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« Reply #591 on: October 28, 2010, 10:15:02 PM »

Pig Heart Transplant - Accidental Phone Sex (Heavy Psych, 2009) - Probably the most boring PHT I have heard. "Earhammer" is droning and drawn-out a bit too long for me. "Oakland" is a bit better, it follows a pulsating and thick synth line which shrouds some minimal high-end that goes on the background. I doubt I am going to come back to this though.

Caligula031 - Albanian Meat Market (F&V, 2010) - Side "AL" starts out with what sounds like a toy piano or circus music and a barely noticeable wall of static that kind of sounds like rushing water at times, buried vocals. Nothing too amazing. Side "BANIA" is very nice, I love the hushed vocals and that thin swarming sound that looms in the atmosphere with some slight use of feedback piercing its way through. I don't know if this sounds like Wertham since I don't own any Wertham other than comp tracks, but I do know that I thought it was going to be more violent sounding than it was but in the end it worked, everything was applied well and the overall mood is fitting for the topic.
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« Reply #592 on: October 30, 2010, 09:38:32 AM »

CARLOS GIFFONI "resignation letter" 7"
uk 2006 tour 7". White label single, in samped innerleeve. Nothing to look at, noise sounds like 10 min piece is cut in half and place on sides. It is clean and heavy modular synth noise. No lazers, no sudden bursts, no dirt, no grain.. Just heavy smooth oscillating waves of electronics. Nothing very spectacular, except that you realize that when he does THIS live, with massive PA power, you will get the full body massage from subwoofers. I'm not a big fan of synths. At least that big I'd like listening pure synth sound for too much with very little of other efforts.

GOVERNMENT ALPHA / EVIL MOSTURE split 7"
huh! I must repeat: what a great format 7" is for noise when it's done right! You get small sense, like with tape, that something little happened with sound. Little extra compression. Little extra distortion. Not much, but just enough that it's not the same as for example some later days digital Government Alpha.
Was this pure split or collaboration. I think some collaboration exists. Each side has its own feel, though. I don't know how many minutes exactly goes per side, but song feels like real song. It carries plenty of change. When the end of side is approaching, you get the feel that this is the end of track. Not some abrupt cut, but real end of track. On other side, there is wild lazer noises, sudden quick cuts, grinding loops, multiple layers going strong. Side is shorter and trusts more in edits/composition that full on noise blast. Very nice. ltd 300 and pink vinyl, special hand silkcreened multi color covers.
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« Reply #593 on: October 31, 2010, 10:50:40 AM »

J/O - Untitled (Sexkrime Arts, 2009) - Nicely done lo-fi Noise. You have a solid mixture of low-end, static hiss, samples and loops all put together in a modest manner, nothing is ever upfront other than the samples (which is the point) and this gives the material over to the extra-musical exploits of the release nicely. "She's In Control Of My Cock And What Is Done To It" begins with a nice long sample and then the noise begins but the track gets cut up by samples and returns with a fresher sound, and each time the sample comes back into play you are suppose to jack off on the cover art (which we are suggested to laminate), as instructed by each sample, "but only when instructed". I have yet to do this but I think this was an original and though-out idea and it doesn't hurt that the sounds are good too.
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« Reply #594 on: October 31, 2010, 07:59:14 PM »

J/O tape still available? Idea isn't that original but it is a good idea! Originally it comes from yahoogroups where people would post images of random women then members would cum on the image for re-posting. Sotos wrote about it a time or two. I remember going through a bunch of those & thnking it was kind of dumb as most of the images were off the internet but occasionally someone would post a photo of his neighbor or sister-in-law. Might've been a few of teenage stepdaughters (fully clothed). Is there ANYTHING online still like the yahoogroups?!? God, it was a goldmine!

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THRASH TILL DEATH jpn hardcore comp
COUGH ritual abuse (i like this so much, i may spring for the 2LP)
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« Reply #595 on: October 31, 2010, 08:41:55 PM »

You still find plenty of images as well as videos of guys doing it. imagefap for example is good source. I guess also moviefap is one, for the videos. Some funny stuff, like guys cumming over computer screens of images/videos of young females. I guess there must be special audience who prefers to watch those, instead of real deal, so to say.
I think there should be release you can only purchase with such method. You get the photo with tape and with returning it in time, free bonus tape follows.

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Andrew Chalk / Christoph Heemann split 7"
pretty good, yet also 100% expected nice textured ambient. No covers, just the 7" with color labels. Few listens later, conclusion is that it was worth to buy, yet perhaps longer playtime would make it better?
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« Reply #596 on: October 31, 2010, 11:24:51 PM »

J/O tape still available? Idea isn't that original but it is a good idea! Originally it comes from yahoogroups where people would post images of random women then members would cum on the image for re-posting. Sotos wrote about it a time or two. I remember going through a bunch of those & thnking it was kind of dumb as most of the images were off the internet but occasionally someone would post a photo of his neighbor or sister-in-law. Might've been a few of teenage stepdaughters (fully clothed). Is there ANYTHING online still like the yahoogroups?!? God, it was a goldmine!

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THRASH TILL DEATH jpn hardcore comp
COUGH ritual abuse (i like this so much, i may spring for the 2LP)

Well yea, compared to porno it isn't original at all, but for a piece of "music" I thought it was. And I'm pretty sure it is sold out by now. I've been meaning to review it for a bit.

They still exist just not on Yahoo, but many newsgroups are dedicated solely to this and some IRC channels are too. I can link you in PM to a few. There are 2 fairly new groups that just popped up in the past month with over 300 photos of clearly underage girls pictures getting jizzed on. That is like 10 new photos a day. All of them completely clothed, most are yearbook pictures and crap like that but I did see a set of 3 carefully cropped photos of faces from KX. A completely legal and artsy-fartsy form of r@ygolding. I've wondered if any of those guys read Sotos.
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« Reply #597 on: October 31, 2010, 11:46:31 PM »

Naw, don't want any of that but you can send the dough for the book & it's all kewl.

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COUGH "ritual abuse" ; went ahead & ordered the 2LP from Relapse. Dig the doom. A bit like Burning Witch but not quite..
DIOCLETIAN "doom cult" LP; expensive but i like vinyl more than plastic. hope the new rel has more mid-freq's in the mix.
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« Reply #598 on: November 01, 2010, 03:07:48 AM »

Andreas Martin & Christoph Heeman "Memoirs of a Lepidopterist" 2xCD - amazing collection, 100+ of absolutely top-notch material
Ben Frost "By The Throad" CD - I wouldn't have known to check this out if DM Turner from the Teratologist hadn't recommended it to me. This CD is an absolute masterpiece.
Troum "Aiws" CD
Circular "Shaping the Unknown" CD - Too me, this sounds like what one might imagine an Emeralds + Inade collaboration to sound like. A very enjoyable release.
Emeralds "What Happened?" CD
Hermann Nitsch "Island: Eine Sinfonie In 10 Sätzen" 4xCD
M.B. "SFAG '81" CS
Dave Phillips "Zetetic" CS
Daniel Menche "Silver Hell" CS
Rudolf Eb.er's R&G "Besensitzen/Zaureiten" CS
Jason Crumer "Let There Be Crumer/Self Pity Fuck" CS - whoa... back to the more mid-90's japanoise electronic harsh-psych style! and very well done. For a second, I thought I was listening to Ahlz!
Dan Hall and James P. Keeler "Variations for Acoustic Guitar and Magnetic Tape" 3xCS
Klaus Schulze "La Vie Electronique 4" 3xCD
Richard Pinhas "Tranzition" CD
Clew Of Theseus "The Death Urge" LP - third test pressing
Niellerade Falibilisthorstar "Hackelsekista" CD
Skullflower "Last Shot At Heaven" CD
Ramleh "Hole In The Heart" 2xCD
Nurse With Wound "The Surveillance Lounge" CD - best NWW in many, many years
John Duncan "Phantom Broadcast" CD
M.B. "Dicembre 1980" CS - a real shit reissue at a high price
Jarl "Vertigo Border" CD - lovely!
Le Syndicat "Timespace Losses 1982/1987" CD - amazingly well-produced for the time it was recorded. this is real industrial music.

Reading: "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad

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