Special Interest
April 19, 2019, 06:17:32 AM *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News:
 
   Home   Help Login Register  

Pages: 1 ... 441 442 443 444 445 446 [447] 448 449 450 451 452 453 ... 493
  Print  
Author Topic: PLAYLIST with COMMENTS/REVIEWS  (Read 2158822 times)
0 Members and 5 Guests are viewing this topic.
Deadpriest
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 526


Ignorance is strength.


« Reply #6690 on: January 07, 2018, 07:54:53 PM »

Just listened to Black Magic Pond by John Wiese which I really didn't enjoy. I listened to Soft Punk the other day, which I liked even less. Thinking about why, all I could come up with is they're cut ups with no aggression. Used to really like these albums even though I listened to Flesh and Bone by sickness a lot too.
Logged

My book of poetry: http://www.histergrant.com/
NaturalOrthodoxy
user
***
Offline Offline

Posts: 125



WWW
« Reply #6691 on: January 08, 2018, 01:56:03 AM »


Storkraft remind me of Honor in some ways, but Honor had more obviously Polish Chorus parts. Only a Polak could write a chorus as good as this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYjCy0royzw


Honor fucking bang, especially the album with Graveland!
Logged

Theodore
Heavy user
****
Offline Offline

Posts: 271



« Reply #6692 on: January 08, 2018, 03:24:20 AM »

One last thing then I'll shut up.

You better do ! Enough ! This is not a chatbox to post every bullshit you think of, everyday, all day long. Somewhere i think i remember you wrote you are 15 YO. Not even your age is an excuse. You have problem. I don't care about it, solve it yourself. Shut the fuck up. If you want to post something take an hour break, if then you still want to post it, write it, read it and ask yourself do i really have to post this. I bet even this won't do much difference with you. You have problem. Spare us. Try again in 4-5 years, maybe it's not permanent, i doubt.

Don't answer me.
Logged

“ἀθάνατοι θνητοί, θνητοὶ ἀθάνατοι, ζῶντες τὸν ἐκείνων θάνατον, τὸν δὲ ἐκείνων βίον τεθνεῶτες”
Deadpriest
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 526


Ignorance is strength.


« Reply #6693 on: January 08, 2018, 12:38:31 PM »

All Music At Once (2010)
by Lasse Marhaug:
heavy noisey/fuzzed out black metal guitar churning and droning building up to the inclusion of a clattering, with a passages of droning ambient that at times sounds like an ultra slowed down bell. Fifth track is a heavy slightly fuzzed out drone. final track starts with a low drone then feedback over the churning guitar which goes into the ringing drone calming the guitars as it swells filling the air with an ambient hum then with (what sounds like) a picking of tuneful metal prongs ending with a very organic feel then a huge rumbling ambience and a mess of different metallic sounds as the it deadens
(I'm 31)
Logged

My book of poetry: http://www.histergrant.com/
FreakAnimalFinland
MODERATOR
Administrator
Overkill user
*******
Offline Offline

Posts: 4034



WWW
« Reply #6694 on: January 09, 2018, 09:25:11 AM »

DAGDA MOR "The Border of the Light" CD
Functional
Recent talk about DM made me to pick up this from shelves. I remembered it to be more "ambient". Or maybe ambient is wrong word, but this was far more aggressive and dark than I remembered. Of course we don't need copycats imitating themes what others felt personally to be inspiring and close to their own visions, but it is somehow odd that there wouldn't be much power electronics / industrial with this type of... lets say cultural / mythic approach.

V/A DEDICATION II CD
Artware
One of my all time favourite compilation CD's. Some say Dedication I LP was so much better, but I disagree. Of course, nothing wrong with first comp, but this is not only full of great noise / industrial, but also oddities add extra spice to it. Cement Women, Alan Lee, Miguel Ruiz, D.D.Dobson etc - would they be amazing separately, in full album format? Possibly, but now among already diverse line-up, they add further levels of innovations in sound.

S*CORE "Crime" CD
Daft Records
This appears to be the last S*Core album that came out before he disappeared. What a great piece of industrial-noise history. It is so beyond my understanding, how come his albums are always so cheap and easily available. Easily best Japanese industrial project of all times, and while you recognize S*Core's style, albums are not to be confused with eachother. Your Candle Has Died or Missing Volume is not the same as Crime. Great sounding, noisy, but not so much pedal oriented sound loops, well built textures of raw sonic industrial waste. Never careless and totally random, but never also cheesy and "musical".

BLOOD AXIS / LJDLP "Absinthia Taetra" CD
Athanor
This is easily my favorite from both. I'd hope B.A. to be this experimental more often, and LJDLP have same complexity and diversity what they have here or couple of the 10"s. During december and january, listened this probably dozen times.
Logged

E-mail: fanimal +a+ cfprod,com
MAGAZINE: http://www.special-interests.net
LABEL / DISTRIBUTION: FREAK ANIMAL http://www.nhfastore.net
Duncan
Heavy user
****
Offline Offline

Posts: 360


« Reply #6695 on: January 09, 2018, 10:36:18 AM »

Just listened to Black Magic Pond by John Wiese which I really didn't enjoy. I listened to Soft Punk the other day, which I liked even less. Thinking about why, all I could come up with is they're cut ups with no aggression. Used to really like these albums even though I listened to Flesh and Bone by sickness a lot too.

Have you heard Circle Snare? I found that one particularly heavy when I was on a big Wiese binge last year. It’s true that his work rarely seems to be about aggression and that isn’t something I look for at all with him, but it certainly can be found throughout his back catalogue. I remember that I used to find his records quite hard to listen to for being so frenetic and cut up but it really clicked over the last couple of years as my own preferences veered into this kind of concrete/electro acoustic inspired direction.  The album with Evan Parker is just excellent from this point of view.
Logged
Deadpriest
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 526


Ignorance is strength.


« Reply #6696 on: January 09, 2018, 12:20:37 PM »

Just listened to Black Magic Pond by John Wiese which I really didn't enjoy. I listened to Soft Punk the other day, which I liked even less. Thinking about why, all I could come up with is they're cut ups with no aggression. Used to really like these albums even though I listened to Flesh and Bone by sickness a lot too.

Have you heard Circle Snare? I found that one particularly heavy when I was on a big Wiese binge last year. It’s true that his work rarely seems to be about aggression and that isn’t something I look for at all with him, but it certainly can be found throughout his back catalogue. I remember that I used to find his records quite hard to listen to for being so frenetic and cut up but it really clicked over the last couple of years as my own preferences veered into this kind of concrete/electro acoustic inspired direction.  The album with Evan Parker is just excellent from this point of view.

Yeah I realise the guy is a total virtuoso, I think I have heard Circle Snare but I don't remember it... I might have enjoyed it.
GGA is weird it's pretty heavy too, it's junk noise but it's so up beat and bright, I can't help really enjoying it.
The Evan Parker stuff didn't much do it for me but I don't think I listened to it at such a high volume, if you say it's that good I shall revisit it. (I think it's called) Mirror is very good totally brutal harsh noise and fairly recent. His stuff with the dude from Incapacitatants is really cool too. I also have his collab. with Cherry point to listen to which is going to be pretty interesting.
Logged

My book of poetry: http://www.histergrant.com/
Theodore
Heavy user
****
Offline Offline

Posts: 271



« Reply #6697 on: January 09, 2018, 12:57:42 PM »

S*CORE "Crime" CD
This appears to be the last S*Core album that came out before he disappeared.

If someone could find him proposing to re-release his tapes, his contributions to cassette VAs , as boxset or series, and he accepts ... That would be greatest news !
Logged

“ἀθάνατοι θνητοί, θνητοὶ ἀθάνατοι, ζῶντες τὸν ἐκείνων θάνατον, τὸν δὲ ἐκείνων βίον τεθνεῶτες”
FreakAnimalFinland
MODERATOR
Administrator
Overkill user
*******
Offline Offline

Posts: 4034



WWW
« Reply #6698 on: January 10, 2018, 08:19:07 PM »

Indeed. What I know, guys who put out his tracks on compilations already c. 15 years ago, had no means to get replies from him. Pretty much everything stops in late 90's. Only few obscure collaborations that probably were made by other participant.  For years, once in a while, I have tried to google, search social media, and find the person but no luck. If someone from Japan knows what happened to him, information would be greatly appreciated.

His old tapes reissued properly on CD would be highly important. Good quality LP probably fine, but original artwork would be best to format into CD size.
Logged

E-mail: fanimal +a+ cfprod,com
MAGAZINE: http://www.special-interests.net
LABEL / DISTRIBUTION: FREAK ANIMAL http://www.nhfastore.net
Zeno Marx
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 1230



« Reply #6699 on: January 10, 2018, 10:32:01 PM »

RE:  S*Core

Ben Gilbert at Zabriskie Point (aka giantleech on eBay, or something like that) might be a good contact.  That is, if you can get him to respond.  The kind of person who was outgoingly helpful...the type of person who dug through the classifieds of MRR to find noiseheads to talk and expose music...who wrote long, great letters.  Then...BAM!...no contact.  Wouldn't respond to penpals who had been around for a decade or more.  Cold turkey.  New life.
Logged

"the overindulgent machines were their children"
I only buy vinyl, d00ds.
Mattias G
user
***
Offline Offline

Posts: 148



« Reply #6700 on: January 10, 2018, 10:38:33 PM »

Just listened to Black Magic Pond by John Wiese which I really didn't enjoy. I listened to Soft Punk the other day, which I liked even less. Thinking about why, all I could come up with is they're cut ups with no aggression. Used to really like these albums even though I listened to Flesh and Bone by sickness a lot too.

Have you heard Circle Snare? I found that one particularly heavy when I was on a big Wiese binge last year. It’s true that his work rarely seems to be about aggression and that isn’t something I look for at all with him, but it certainly can be found throughout his back catalogue. I remember that I used to find his records quite hard to listen to for being so frenetic and cut up but it really clicked over the last couple of years as my own preferences veered into this kind of concrete/electro acoustic inspired direction.  The album with Evan Parker is just excellent from this point of view.

Don’t forget the John Wiese ‎– Seven Of Wands CD on PAN if you like the more electro acoustic stuff. It is a few years ago I played it but I remembers it as a really good record. Focused. And like the most PAN records from that time it has the screen printed sleeve and looks good. Even for a cd. Seems like it kind of cheap on discogs also.
Logged

Andrew McIntosh
Overkill user
******
Offline Offline

Posts: 1981



« Reply #6701 on: January 11, 2018, 02:36:20 PM »

Small Cruel Party's "An Accident in Substance" is ruling me right now.
Logged

"Unless suffering is the direct and immediate object of life, our existence must entirely fail of its aim." - Schopenhauer.
Deadpriest
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 526


Ignorance is strength.


« Reply #6702 on: January 11, 2018, 09:20:05 PM »

Listening to Machinefabriek at high volume is amazing.
Logged

My book of poetry: http://www.histergrant.com/
SILVUM
user
***
Offline Offline

Posts: 227



« Reply #6703 on: January 11, 2018, 10:21:54 PM »

Listening to a bunch of Velvet Underground / Theatre Of Eternal peripheral stuff... lots of Tony Conrad and Charlamagne Palestine... realizing I like Conrad more for his conceptual contributions than solo sound... at least the stuff I was listening was too dry to warrant deep passion... he was great live, and again a lot of his conceptual stuff rules, but the sounds are more historical.  Palestine, I like when he gets a gimmick right, but it all seems very functional and it strives to be fleshed out with his eccentric nonsense.  Luckily Alga Marghen always makes the stuff look good.  But some stuff is just flat and annoying and the phenomena arent there.  Lucier and early Reich they hit serious concept and execution power... these dudes not so much... and Reich is really only good w the early stuff.  Tape loops and a few phasing minimal actions... like a lot of people copy but dont get whats going on, hence lots of waste of time Palestine rambling works.  And I love hyper minimalism.
Logged

Zeno Marx
Diehard user
*****
Offline Offline

Posts: 1230



« Reply #6704 on: January 12, 2018, 04:16:50 AM »

Listening to a bunch of Velvet Underground / Theatre Of Eternal peripheral stuff... lots of Tony Conrad and Charlamagne Palestine... realizing I like Conrad more for his conceptual contributions than solo sound... at least the stuff I was listening was too dry to warrant deep passion... he was great live, and again a lot of his conceptual stuff rules, but the sounds are more historical.  Palestine, I like when he gets a gimmick right, but it all seems very functional and it strives to be fleshed out with his eccentric nonsense.  Luckily Alga Marghen always makes the stuff look good.  But some stuff is just flat and annoying and the phenomena arent there.  Lucier and early Reich they hit serious concept and execution power... these dudes not so much... and Reich is really only good w the early stuff.  Tape loops and a few phasing minimal actions... like a lot of people copy but dont get whats going on, hence lots of waste of time Palestine rambling works.  And I love hyper minimalism.
I'd have to agree about Conrad.  There are a couple recordings I like a lot, though I'm having trouble remembering them by name right now, but it's a lot more miss than hit.  Same with Reich, but with possibly an even lesser success rate.  Something I heard for the first time just recently is related:

Henry Flynt - You Are My Everlovin'/Celestial Power 1986 - I'd be very surprised if Earth hadn't heard these tracks - countrified The Velvet Underground - decent and interesting, but with this listen, it felt really longwinded.

EDIT:  countrified The Velvet Underground minimalism
« Last Edit: January 14, 2018, 09:10:39 PM by Zeno Marx » Logged

"the overindulgent machines were their children"
I only buy vinyl, d00ds.
Pages: 1 ... 441 442 443 444 445 446 [447] 448 449 450 451 452 453 ... 493
  Print  
 
Jump to:  


Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!
Page created in 0.185 seconds with 19 queries.