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« Reply #6405 on: June 25, 2017, 03:09:41 AM »

antipodean alan lamb, if not already known, may interest.
his recordings and manipulations of fence wires is conceptually, acoustically satisfying. the remix cd od the then usual suspects was ok.

Good idea, I've heard about it for a long time but have never actually sat down and listened to any.
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« Reply #6406 on: June 25, 2017, 02:26:52 PM »

Burried Machine

For me, the best works of Burried Machine are "Bucket Dome" and "Stoned Mirror". The webpage of his Rockatansky Records label used to have samples of all the Burried Machine releases and for me, those two were the only ones that I liked. Sounds very similar to the decomposed and rotten works of Maurizio Bianchi in his prime. Highly recommend those two!
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« Reply #6407 on: June 25, 2017, 06:55:03 PM »

Felony Sexual Assault "Power to Humilate" & Swollen Korps. "Better To Destroy A Child Than Repair A Man " tapes (both, TF/TP)- F.S.A. is the winner here due to better recording & heavier electronic action; S.K. is pretty lo-fi in all elements along with distant, hollow Ramleh-type vocals. The only complaint for F.S.A. is the Buyers Market-type loop goes on too long. Both are must-haves for anyone into sexy American PE. It'd be interesting to hear what these guys would come up with if they popped up out of hiding....fingers crossed.

Interracial Sex "Boy" tape (New Forces)- sound sources used are home movies on vhs tapes being manipulated & destroyed. The only issue I have is the over-use of pitched down voices. About half-way through s2, the vocal processing goes away & we get some great spoken hollering that, along with the searing sonics, has a Con-Dom ''feel" going for it (that may only be because I listened to Con-Dom live previously). Anyone have other I.S. tapes they may want to part with (or upload)?
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« Reply #6408 on: June 25, 2017, 08:12:11 PM »

antipodean alan lamb, if not already known, may interest.
his recordings and manipulations of fence wires is conceptually, acoustically satisfying. the remix cd od the then usual suspects was ok.
Good idea, I've heard about it for a long time but have never actually sat down and listened to any.
I didn't realize Lamb had a new collaborative album as of 2012 (2LP vinyl only), where it looks like there is a reworking of one of his field recordings of telegraph wires (Great Bow?) and him doing some mixing of others' recordings.  LP#2 is of little interest, though.  I've always hoped for a video of him setting up and showing the desert and wire, but I'm also wary of disturbing the mystery of it all with any concrete visuals.
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« Reply #6409 on: June 25, 2017, 08:14:00 PM »

SPECTRUM ORCHESTRUM

It's a strange jazz/ Progressive rock band from France.

Saw them live this week end.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScPvjdRp1Qo
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« Reply #6410 on: June 26, 2017, 01:04:27 AM »

Anaal Nathrakh - Hell Is Empty, and All the Devils Are Here. After The Codex Necro their best. Good songs with loads of diversity, and still has good flow to it. Not as nihilistic or oppressing as their darkest stuff, but with great songwriting, driving grooves, variety of riffs and vocal techniques which makes this so good. And not to forget the humor, its great. To bad they totally fucked up the recording of the high-hats, nasty digital artifacting bullshit cutting through the whole mix. Didn't even re-record the hats befor the release. Fucking cunts.

Not sure what they were drinking afterwards, but all albums made after this one are a mess, either way to overproduced or total cheese-fests. To bad.
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« Reply #6411 on: June 26, 2017, 08:17:00 PM »

antipodean alan lamb, if not already known, may interest.
his recordings and manipulations of fence wires is conceptually, acoustically satisfying. the remix cd od the then usual suspects was ok.

Good idea, I've heard about it for a long time but have never actually sat down and listened to any.

might either of you have a discogs link to this person?
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« Reply #6412 on: June 27, 2017, 09:06:53 PM »

 Alfarmania ‎"Luciavaka A.T. Utmarken" tape- Collaboration With VEHM 08.12.13 ; excellent live tape that would make a nice LP especially the first piece with multiple screaming vocalists. The rest is just solid, good heavy, noisy PE.

Boy Dirt Car "The Ghost Shirt" tape (Artweather)- pretty cool live tape, I think? The text is super grainy & very small print. S1 starts out with Eric Lunde doing spoken word that is used later in his solo work. Other tracks involve loops, lots of junk metal percussion, & guitar. There's a couple of dud tracks but those with Lunde are the best. One has him whispering, speaking very low over a few loops. Some of the work with percussion, reminds me of Missing Foundation. I wish I had picked up that RRR box set back when it was available.
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« Reply #6413 on: June 28, 2017, 05:23:50 AM »

BIZARRE UPROAR - Sikiöasento 2LP

Goddamn. Top 10 of 2017 material.
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« Reply #6414 on: June 29, 2017, 06:09:18 AM »

Jarl & Envenomist - Tunguska Event
Seasick radiant synth droning. A lot of good moments, almost made me sick one morning when listened to in a bus on headphones. There's not a whole lot of variation on here but it doesn't overstay it's welcome.

AXNAAR - Obscure Salo
Quality crunchy noisy black metal. I like the fact that you have to really pay attention at some points to discern what's really happening. Also the use of samples in couple of songs is very tasty.

ORPHX - 01/02
I've been slowly chipping away at this big two-cd collection of early ORPHX stuff and while I need some more attentive listens it's been interesting. Kind of reminds me of the earliest Gruntsplatter stuff in it's mix of different kind of sounds and techniques although I think this might be better. The in and out weaving samples and rhythms give it at times almost melancholic feel.
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« Reply #6415 on: June 29, 2017, 02:23:17 PM »

First day off work in ages with no plans besides working through the listening pile:

$un $keletons Get it Up Yers Trio Permanent Powers doubledotdash?! (2017)

Nice tape from newish (or newishly active) trio.  Drums, sax and some kind of indian stringed instrument.  Decent ambient/kraut stylings to knock about the house to.

Art Zoyd Generation Sans Futur Atem (1980)

Cinematic avant prog. Like incidental music more than a rock album.  A single blast with drums right at the end but besides this, excellent composition with many returns to particular motifs.  Better than I expected.

Kraan Let It Out Intercord Record Service (1975)

Another one which was better than first thought.  Having started with Andy Nogger, largely considered their best album, I didn't expect too much but this was full of the subtle movements and flourishes which make that album so great.  Will definitely return soon and expect it'll grow even more.

v/a Labyrinths & Jokes Hanson (1998)
Older comp but recently obtained.  Each track is excellent lofi tape based collage stuff but still totally varied.  Even as a sucker for this kind of sound I'd still say it was really high standard stuff.
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« Reply #6416 on: June 30, 2017, 08:22:56 AM »

GOLDEN SERENADES - Fitte C46 (Trash Ritual)
A GS release I rarely revisit. I'm not sure why, but it could be the cheesy artwork (I know at least two other artists who were a bit disgruntled about Trash Ritual putting that roped girl in the artwork). It's probably my least favorite GS, and yet I still love every second of it. This one and The Swan (on Abisko) is GS at their most raw and unhinged, but with all the dynamics intact. Full on free flowing blown out guitar rumble and heaps of ripping screech. Never a dull moment, and if the flangered feedback on  the flipside doesn't give you goosebumps there's obviously something missing in that head of yours. It's a shame that they seem to have quit(???) after the phenomenal Age Of Swing LP, but at least they kept their discography flawless.
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« Reply #6417 on: June 30, 2017, 03:21:04 PM »

SOUND OF SADISM Compilation
Still fresh, i guess.
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« Reply #6418 on: June 30, 2017, 04:39:02 PM »

I normally wind up listening to a lot of Skinny Puppy in August but this year the urge came early...

Skinny Puppy - Cleanse Fold And Manipulate LP, VIVIsectVI CD, Too Dark Park CD, Addiction CD - CFaM and VIVIsectVI are tied as my two favorite albums aside from Too Dark Park. Too Dark Park is untouchable, plain and simple. But the other two are classics in their own right. And the Addiction CD is a great supplement to CFaM. Deep Down Trauma Hounds and Addiction are my most listened to favorites of the early SP period and their remixes are even better than the album versions. Such perfectly cold music for hot and sticky summer days.

Damien Dubrovnik - Europa Dagbog MP3s and First Burning Attraction LP - Europa Dogbog desperately needs a repress. Still my favorite DD album as it reaches a moody catharsis the others cant seem to match. Just say the new DD album is out, I'm interested to see how it stacks up.
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« Reply #6419 on: June 30, 2017, 06:41:58 PM »

Con-Dom "All in Good Faith" tape (Control Domination)- this is a 'promo' tape Mike sent me. It has a white sleeve with the cuffed man hanging by his arms with pasted on titles inside along with a yellow flyer for the tape release. The cass. has ' AIGF promo' hand-written on one side & 'Con-Dom' on the other. I think this is one of his best works. All of the tracks are engaging, etc. Lots of samples from religious loons. I wonder what happened to my copy of the cd?!? Anyone have it & want to get rid of it for a reasonable price or trade?

Boy Dirt Car "Catalyst" tape (Artweather)- looks like this is the debut; it has more musical elements than later work. Lots of guitar with one track sounding very close to Big Black-type sound; tracks with Lunde's vocals/voice are the best esp. "Black House". Discogs says this is the 3rd release but there is nothing listed before '84 when "Catalyst" was released...
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