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« Reply #6330 on: June 05, 2017, 11:27:54 AM »

I found all Boris and Merzbow stuff completely ecstatic and at my own occasion absolutely wonderful.
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« Reply #6331 on: June 05, 2017, 11:30:07 AM »

Having a Whitehouse kind of morning today.
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« Reply #6332 on: June 05, 2017, 01:02:15 PM »

You really should have this shit on a blog/website/paperzine or something. Its a shame if reviews of this quality just disappear into the back of this thread.

true.

Not only that but there is a real lack of blogs like that at the moment. At least as I see it? Review sites have largely become the stuff of lame 'journalists' chasing a career with some few exceptions.
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« Reply #6333 on: June 05, 2017, 02:40:47 PM »

You really should have this shit on a blog/website/paperzine or something. Its a shame if reviews of this quality just disappear into the back of this thread.

true.

Not only that but there is a real lack of blogs like that at the moment. At least as I see it? Review sites have largely become the stuff of lame 'journalists' chasing a career with some few exceptions.

I really like the Noise Receptor blog:
https://noisereceptor.wordpress.com/

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« Reply #6334 on: June 05, 2017, 02:51:47 PM »

Since I don't own the original 12", this weekend I listened several times to a downloaded version of Revolutionary Command - New Era LP. Apart from the vocals and politics, this one seems to be a bit different than the Brethren and Organized Resistance records. I don't know if I'm right to say it's more 'ambient/industrial' sounding and overall not so aggressive than the mentioned ones. (I'm really bad in describing and reviewing)

What's for sure - a reissue in any physical format would be very welcome!
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« Reply #6335 on: June 05, 2017, 03:15:04 PM »

You really should have this shit on a blog/website/paperzine or something. Its a shame if reviews of this quality just disappear into the back of this thread.

true.

Not only that but there is a real lack of blogs like that at the moment. At least as I see it? Review sites have largely become the stuff of lame 'journalists' chasing a career with some few exceptions.

I really like the Noise Receptor blog:
https://noisereceptor.wordpress.com/



Cheers. We Need No Swords is a good uk based one
https://weneednoswords.wordpress.com/

But we're getting off topic I guess.

Recently I've been on the jaques thollot, John Wiese and Posset. Various forms of weirded out drum/piano blasting, harsh computer music and tape wonk. IN THAT ORDER
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« Reply #6336 on: June 05, 2017, 03:59:41 PM »

Sorry, OT. I'm surprised and grateful for everyone's encouragement, thank you. I'm also considering starting a review blog and just posting links to that here, although I honestly like the idea more of joining forces with one already established for a better variety of tastes, purchasing habits and perspectives rather than just indulging my biases. Not sure of who to reach out to, though; Noise Receptor has me beat and makes me look bad on several levels, haha. The Special Interests blog seems to be just fine having only Mikko's reviews, also.

I'll be contributing occasionally to a new blog that focuses only on the gritty, filthy side of things, though. Duncan, I'll listen to that interview soon, glad someone else is paying attention to your stuff.
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« Reply #6337 on: June 05, 2017, 06:57:18 PM »

You really should have this shit on a blog/website/paperzine or something. Its a shame if reviews of this quality just disappear into the back of this thread.

true.

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« Reply #6338 on: June 05, 2017, 11:16:55 PM »

Burial - Untrue

To this date my favourite dubstep album and certainly unlike most in the genre. Drenched in melancholy this reminds me of city at night, at early morning, and the beauty of it, the quiet, with cars humming in distance. The moments alone or shared with someone special. It is truly sad that dubstep degenerated what it became, instead of going into this direction, or with more artist exploring this dimension of it. At first listen, one finds very little familiar, especially if one knows only skrillex. The drumbeats sound unfamiliar, the whole sound pallette is drenched in saturation and lofi. Something to listen at night when one needs something to calm down to. Truly, this sort of melancholy is the most beautiful emotion one can expirience.
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« Reply #6339 on: June 06, 2017, 11:41:38 AM »

Grey Wolves - Punishment/Age of Dissent

Great stuff. For some reason, it seems that these guys aren't as highly regarded as big names like con-dom or genocide organ? Or is it just me? In any case, this is the kind of power electronics I really enjoy. Lofi, unrefined, minimal with strong message. The greatest shame is that these lps havent been re-released on vinyl (with the original artwork and leaflets). Material feels less like some intellectual pursuit and more like a simple, primal explosion of anger and energy.

Death Squad - Theological Genocide/Isolation as Intent

To me, this is pretty much pinnacle of power electronics. All of power electronics. Extremely simple, extremely minimal, focus on high end but it never feels static, unfocused or uninspired. Extreme in just the right way. I really, really need to get these on vinyl.
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« Reply #6340 on: June 06, 2017, 05:07:03 PM »

L’IMPASSE MEXICAINE

French post rock band with a quite technical playing,
Not bad!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzxP_ZE5ZOU
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« Reply #6341 on: June 07, 2017, 02:34:01 PM »

Boris - Absolutego

This is my number one drone doom album, no contenders. It is not ambient, it is not clean, pretty or meditative. It is filthy, it is heavy, it is bludgeoning. The feedback wata conjures out of her guitar is downright nasty, uncomfortable, unfriendly. There are no attempts to be experimental, artistic or anything of the ilk. The only point here is drone, feedback, that beautiful, filthy, humongous sound you get from a good amp and a good fuzz pedal (which, in my opinion, is the only true guitar distortion. Everything else is just pissweak shit that takes away from the sound, rather than adding to it!). This is drone, this is sludge, this is noise. Extremely highly recommended. This is also great workout music!
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« Reply #6342 on: June 08, 2017, 10:35:14 AM »

As a guitarist (mainly), I entirely disagree. I need fuzz, distortion and overdrive as I don't use them for the same reasons at all. Same when I use them on my synths or drum machine...
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« Reply #6343 on: June 08, 2017, 11:53:23 AM »

As a guitarist (mainly), I entirely disagree. I need fuzz, distortion and overdrive as I don't use them for the same reasons at all. Same when I use them on my synths or drum machine...
What can I say, I just love fuzz. Overdrive can work but for distortion, eh, I really, really rarely find a distortion sound enjoyable. Anyway, enough off topic!
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« Reply #6344 on: June 08, 2017, 12:03:34 PM »

the new Qrixkuor is streaming - has a wicked Demoncy cover as well!
http://www.cvltnation.com/ritualistic-death-metal-premiere-streaming-qrixkuor-incantations-abyss/
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