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« Reply #6375 on: June 15, 2017, 03:47:54 PM »

Kontinent Stasis

Very nice! In terms of style I prefer the new Kevlar, but this one isn't so bad either. Needs more spins, but a solid effort.
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« Reply #6376 on: June 15, 2017, 06:42:45 PM »

Niellerade Fallibilisthorstar "Skrankverk" cd (Dystonia EK )- lots of acoustic sounds, I think? there some that electronic or processed; lots of metal, dripping water, drones. They're at their best when the metal banging gets heavy. Does anyone know what happened to the members of N.F.? I vaguely remember hearing that they were involved in a black metal band, I think? I have the cd on SNSE waiting to be listened to soon, as well.
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« Reply #6377 on: June 16, 2017, 08:52:25 AM »

LEGLESS - Music For Blackouts C30 (White Centipede)
This one came through the door yesterday and it has already made five or six rounds in my deck. It has an air to it which takes me to the same uncanny place as Macronympha's White Music, and it's not miles away from it purely soundwise either. But Dan has really carved out a space of his own here I think. Music For Blackouts nods towards the american 90's (and with that very specific The New Sadism sounding feedback, I even catch a faint scent of the italian 80's) but doesn't come off as an old school recording for the sake of being old school. A personal recording very much not of it's time, which feels refreshing. Beautiful.
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« Reply #6378 on: June 16, 2017, 10:36:58 PM »


Fair enough! I've actually heard people call HP a hardcore band before (it's def in their DNA, too). I wish more noise rock bands had more NOISE.

Whoops, I was talking about Drunkdriver. Like I say haven't heard HP in a while (getting there though just redownloaded the stuff of their's I own)

I'd recommenced Violent Students, Shit and Shine and homopolice to you If you like your Noise rock noisy.

i've been obsessed with this type of nosie rock/hardcore for years, and one of the shining examples of it in my opinion is stick men with ray guns out of dallas, tx. this recording compiles some sets of theirs in the early 80's

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6CaCJUBnQ8

also i'd recommend rusted shut (also out of tx):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WlVdAwdZl0

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« Reply #6379 on: June 16, 2017, 10:45:09 PM »

kilslug has to be mentioned in this context.
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« Reply #6380 on: June 17, 2017, 01:17:26 AM »

Whitehouse "Thank Your Lucky Stars" cd (Susan Lawly)- highly recommended for the two 7" releases that were rather difficult to locate. Too bad they didn't reproduce the artwork. Memory fails me on what the music used in the background of "Try & Be Grateful" is. Was it in "Deep Throat"?

Niellerade Fallibilisthorstar "Hålrum" cd (SNSE)- similar to the previous cd I commented on but this sounds a bit more free form. It's two years earlier so, maybe, they hadn't quite figured it all out. Parts sound like a drum circle  but other sections are nice n' heavy and more focused. There's a variety of metal objects used along with some yelling, wood, droning, guitar, etc. N.F. are never really very noisy but they do get heavy.

Skin Graft "Condition" tape (No Rent)- excellent! Listened to this while creating more artwork for an upcoming release. Real nasty harsh noise; dense n'  heavy. Some synth-type sounds are used along with field recordings with voices, etc. Recommended!
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« Reply #6381 on: June 17, 2017, 02:01:34 AM »

Niellerade Fallibilisthorstar "Hålrum" cd (SNSE)- similar to the previous cd I commented on but this sounds a bit more free form. It's two years earlier so, maybe, they hadn't quite figured it all out. Parts sound like a drum circle  but other sections are nice n' heavy and more focused. There's a variety of metal objects used along with some yelling, wood, droning, guitar, etc. N.F. are never really very noisy but they do get heavy.
For my money, their best and a classic of that decade.  A bona fide favorite.
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« Reply #6382 on: June 18, 2017, 12:30:02 AM »

I.O. "A.Sigg" private tape about this case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v1SfGdyh3M
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« Reply #6383 on: June 18, 2017, 01:57:16 AM »

OTTIS IN THE WOODS - Same
Really like this one. Fine anonymous serial killer harsh noise. At its best imho.
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« Reply #6384 on: June 18, 2017, 04:03:22 PM »

kilslug has to be mentioned in this context.

seem to remember from the time, they were (bass) heavier and slower than usual post punk/hc, with pic of aleister crowley on the lp i got.
at the time this slower bass heavier stiff seemed suspiciously metal, but enjoyed along with melvins, steel pole bath tub,, some stuff on noiseville.
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« Reply #6385 on: June 18, 2017, 09:01:51 PM »

Concrete Mascara "Lunar Hunger" (Bacteria Field) & "History of Ruin" tapes (Trapdoor Tapes)- excellent material on both from this 'American Power Electronics outfit'. The "H.O.R." tape has more intense vocals while "Lunar Hunger" has more oddball electronic sounds especially on s2. Some of the sounds are like reversed, slowed down tape manipulation on top of synthesizer. Neither tape is as abrasive as the "Perennial Disappointment" cd on Malignant. Definitely recommended!

MP & Driller "Tormentor" tape (Finders)- debut from this act whose names makes me think of a rap duo. Highly focused heavy electronics; white noise static, crashing around with phaser/flanger-style vocals, some possible acoustic sources, & heavy synth action. It never gets out of control or overly noisy. Everything is kept in check. Children should be neither seen nor heard. Good luck finding it.

Skin Graft "Blind Cruelty" tape (Collapsed Hole)- nasty, slow metal junk abuse. Short tracks, several that begin so low in volume that I thought the tape was over several times. Picture someone in an empty warehouse, on a concrete floor, scraping & beating on metal. That's what you get here. Very detailed heavy metal banging n' scraping, and some rather nasty squealing that sounds like an animal in pain. The second side has a few more elements but not much. Another excellent release by Skin Graft!
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« Reply #6386 on: June 18, 2017, 10:34:15 PM »



MP & Driller "Tormentor" tape (Finders)- debut from this act whose names makes me think of a rap duo. Highly focused heavy electronics; white noise static, crashing around with phaser/flanger-style vocals, some possible acoustic sources, & heavy synth action. It never gets out of control or overly noisy. Everything is kept in check. Children should be neither seen nor heard. Good luck finding it.



Also played this today. Was very fascinated by the dark and morbid aura.
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« Reply #6387 on: June 19, 2017, 08:13:22 PM »

Pleasure Fluids "Amateur Pornography" tape (TF/PE)- P.F.'s debut that needs a proper reissue, which, I doubt will ever happen. damn good heavy PE with violent sex themes. Will have to dig out the other tapes. Looking at his discography, I have all of the tapes but I'm not sure about the "Paraesthesia Of Sexual Feeling (Perversion Of Sexual Instinkt)" cd-r.

Pending Legal Action tape (dub)- rumour is this is Philip Best & Kevin Tompkins. One thing for sure is it sounds just like SJ but there isn't much going on that would hint at anyone else being involved. There does sound like some guitar noise in one section but seems like there was a track on "Campaign" that used guitar... Anyone know anything about 'Pending Legal Action'?

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« Reply #6388 on: June 19, 2017, 11:42:43 PM »

kilslug has to be mentioned in this context.

seem to remember from the time, they were (bass) heavier and slower than usual post punk/hc, with pic of aleister crowley on the lp i got.
at the time this slower bass heavier stiff seemed suspiciously metal, but enjoyed along with melvins, steel pole bath tub,, some stuff on noiseville.

Upsidedown Cross you're thinking of with Crowley on the cover - damn good LP and pretty much same members as Kilsug. Kilslug 2012 LP 'Sins, Tricks & Lies' is a great recent album in this style.

Just remembered this that fans of the style might enjoy, Blight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUXfqe0NXlc
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« Reply #6389 on: June 20, 2017, 04:29:01 PM »

a real mix of stuff for the past month

Internazionale ‎– The Pale And The Colourful [mp3s] - wanted to check this out via MP3 before investing. i dig the vibes, especially with the summer rain.  very similar to Croatian Amor in sound and vibe. think i'll need to invest in at least this LP.

Lust For Youth - Compassion LP - completely slept on this. i think i totally missed the album announcement when this came out. International was a grower for me but this album hit immediately. out New Orders New Order imo. really good stuff if you're into this kind of thing.

v/a - Port Out, Starboard Home 2xcassette - still one of my favorite industrial comps, probably my favorite PI release. this really needs to be kept in print or pressed onto a double CD. the Damien Dubrovnik track and Caucasian Colony track are fucking ace.

Overlook - Smoke Signals 3xLP - so much hype surrounding this album but goddamn if it doesn't surpass it. at times it sounds like Source Direct pulled through a portal into the modern age. a perfect balance of dread atmosphere, intricate percussion and sub-crushing bass. one of the best d'n'b albums i've ever heard.

Pessimist - Pagans EP 12", Through the Fog 12", The Woods 12", Paian EP 12" - d'n'b meets dub techno meets Berghain. oily black productions for rainy night driving.

Johanna Warren - Gemini I CD, nūmūn LP - really well written acoustic folk. while the recorded material is really strong, her live performance was really something else. totally captivating, even though it was a witch-y white chick from portland sitting on a bar stool. recommended for those who want a witchier Marissa Nadler
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