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« Reply #8625 on: October 14, 2022, 11:31:46 AM »

Autumn playlist:

Jonathan Briley – Complete Works

Fantastic collection, this has been spinning a lot all year. The sheer range of materials is impressive, essential.

Atrax Morgue – From degeneration to degeneration

Another essential box, most of the early Slaughter releases compiled in a wooden box with lots of documentation.

Frozen Flesh Order - Extra Terrestrial Terrorism

Mid-tempo black metal with vibrato/distortion "alien abduction" vocals, I know some people hate this but I think it is charming.

V/A Batongen

Tape comp from 1986, never gets old. Mostly Swedish experimental cut up noise stuff, always entertaining.

Merzbow - Hard Lovin´Man

I keep coming back to this one for some reason... mostly for track two, something about the loops he uses on this one and the droning ambient part sets it apart.
 
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« Reply #8626 on: October 18, 2022, 04:08:57 PM »

Lately, HEAVY SYNTHESIZERS has been what I want. Music that is bassy, thick, and not afraid of phasers. In addition to revisiting familiar artists in this vein, like GO, KEVLAR, Shift, Serration, Climax Denial, IFOTS etc, I have listened to a fair bit of Sarin Snow. It's pretty good shit. Sometimes I wish the vocals were less effected, it takes away some of their potency I think. Nevertheless, the project often satisfies that need for heavy synth action. Natural Architecture and Deus Vult both hit that spot.

Any other recent or old heavy duty synth projects I might have missed? Suggestions very welcome.
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« Reply #8627 on: October 18, 2022, 05:00:41 PM »

Lately, HEAVY SYNTHESIZERS
Any other recent or old heavy duty synth projects I might have missed? Suggestions very welcome.

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« Reply #8628 on: October 19, 2022, 05:53:08 AM »

Any other recent or old heavy duty synth projects I might have missed? Suggestions very welcome.

The ZSS live albums are great if you like GO.
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« Reply #8629 on: October 19, 2022, 08:19:58 PM »

Any other recent or old heavy duty synth projects I might have missed? Suggestions very welcome.

The ZSS live albums are great if you like GO.

Yeah, listening to Spectacle Of The Triumph now and plenty of deep, nasty grinding synth.
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« Reply #8630 on: October 19, 2022, 09:14:14 PM »

Any other recent or old heavy duty synth projects I might have missed? Suggestions very welcome.

The ZSS live albums are great if you like GO.

Yeah, listening to Spectacle Of The Triumph now and plenty of deep, nasty grinding synth.

It makes me wish that there were live recordings of some of his less song-oriented material.
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« Reply #8631 on: October 20, 2022, 12:16:46 AM »


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Do you mean like Hal Hutchinson own name material? If so Hal Hutchinson live in Finland 2016 tape is amazing.
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« Reply #8632 on: October 20, 2022, 03:21:51 AM »


It makes me wish that there were live recordings of some of his less song-oriented material.
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I haven't heard that one yet, but I guess that it sort of scratches the same itch, so to speak.  I like the HH studio albums.  I was thinking more along the lines of the material on Anti-Personnel Explosive Device, though, now that I think about it I think he might have somewhere?  I recall some sort of teaser track more along the lines of early ZSS being posted a while ago, but that might have been for a new studio recording.
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« Reply #8633 on: October 20, 2022, 06:39:02 AM »

I have listened to a fair bit of Sarin Snow. It's pretty good shit. Sometimes I wish the vocals were less effected, it takes away some of their potency I think. Nevertheless, the project often satisfies that need for heavy synth action. Natural Architecture and Deus Vult both hit that spot.
Have you listened to the three most recent releases - Mighty Blood, Yuhun Gyosukai, and the Totenrune split? Superior to the earlier material. I believe they're all on YouTube.
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« Reply #8634 on: October 20, 2022, 07:47:53 AM »

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It makes me wish that there were live recordings of some of his less song-oriented material.
Do you mean like Hal Hutchinson own name material? If so Hal Hutchinson live in Finland 2016 tape is amazing.

I haven't heard that one yet, but I guess that it sort of scratches the same itch, so to speak.  I like the HH studio albums.  I was thinking more along the lines of the material on Anti-Personnel Explosive Device, though, now that I think about it I think he might have somewhere?  I recall some sort of teaser track more along the lines of early ZSS being posted a while ago, but that might have been for a new studio recording.

Unlikely much to come anymore, like discogs page informs, all recording and label activity ended in 2021. I think it is good time to grab any of his items now, as availability hardly guaranteed later.  HH's Cold Industrial Experience ‎CD, as much as it may seem self promotion , I would say stands out nicely! It has kind of not songy' but structural feel of ZSS, but spirit of HH's works of industrial-machinery noise loops etc.  Kind of blends in noisier industroal what ZSS did in first recordings, with what HH did with less harsh, more bleak industrial.. almost like finding the unification. If one doesn't like aesthetics of ZSS, this should work still fine!

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« Reply #8635 on: October 20, 2022, 05:19:26 PM »

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It makes me wish that there were live recordings of some of his less song-oriented material.
Do you mean like Hal Hutchinson own name material? If so Hal Hutchinson live in Finland 2016 tape is amazing.

I haven't heard that one yet, but I guess that it sort of scratches the same itch, so to speak.  I like the HH studio albums.  I was thinking more along the lines of the material on Anti-Personnel Explosive Device, though, now that I think about it I think he might have somewhere?  I recall some sort of teaser track more along the lines of early ZSS being posted a while ago, but that might have been for a new studio recording.

Unlikely much to come anymore, like discogs page informs, all recording and label activity ended in 2021. I think it is good time to grab any of his items now, as availability hardly guaranteed later.  HH's Cold Industrial Experience ‎CD, as much as it may seem self promotion , I would say stands out nicely! It has kind of not songy' but structural feel of ZSS, but spirit of HH's works of industrial-machinery noise loops etc.  Kind of blends in noisier industroal what ZSS did in first recordings, with what HH did with less harsh, more bleak industrial.. almost like finding the unification. If one doesn't like aesthetics of ZSS, this should work still fine!



That's extremely disappointing if ZSS will be ending.  Now that you mention it, I recall noticing a few days ago that he took down his label page on Soundcloud.  I had thought he teased a few upcoming releases in the semi-recent past?  I was hoping to at least get a follow-up to the XE collaboration.

You are right about Cold Industrial Experience, I enjoyed that album a lot.  It had a very nice mix of synth/metal, which I think makes it a bit different from the other material that he has released under his own name.  Dedicated to Damage was excellent as well, though that was much more focused on metal noise than ZSS ever was.
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« Reply #8636 on: October 20, 2022, 07:29:18 PM »

Bummer to hear about ZSS ending. Definitely one of the top contemporary projects. Iron Division was an instant classic for me. The project had a good range of sounds where you could get your fix for cleaner more refined PE (Racial Supremacy) or go towards a more abrasive approach (Klandestine Aktion). Nigger Torture Chamber stood out as a mid point between the two especially with the track Descent Into Death - the scrap metal on that just does it for me.
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« Reply #8637 on: October 20, 2022, 07:55:12 PM »

Rompimento Auditivo – DT / Demostraçao CS

One may be tempted to think noisecore when first viewing the spiky logo and Xerox layout. I got this with a stack of South American noisecore tapes, so that’s also fitting. However, this is quite simply stuttering, sputtering noise. Hectic and obnoxious. Occasional vocal-ish sounds, but ultimately just low-fi jerking madness. 5 short songs. Very quick and to the point. Have another tape of their’s among the piles. Will have to dig it out.
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« Reply #8638 on: October 20, 2022, 08:29:28 PM »

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It makes me wish that there were live recordings of some of his less song-oriented material.
Do you mean like Hal Hutchinson own name material? If so Hal Hutchinson live in Finland 2016 tape is amazing.

I haven't heard that one yet, but I guess that it sort of scratches the same itch, so to speak.  I like the HH studio albums.  I was thinking more along the lines of the material on Anti-Personnel Explosive Device, though, now that I think about it I think he might have somewhere?  I recall some sort of teaser track more along the lines of early ZSS being posted a while ago, but that might have been for a new studio recording.

Unlikely much to come anymore, like discogs page informs, all recording and label activity ended in 2021. I think it is good time to grab any of his items now, as availability hardly guaranteed later.  HH's Cold Industrial Experience ‎CD, as much as it may seem self promotion , I would say stands out nicely! It has kind of not songy' but structural feel of ZSS, but spirit of HH's works of industrial-machinery noise loops etc.  Kind of blends in noisier industroal what ZSS did in first recordings, with what HH did with less harsh, more bleak industrial.. almost like finding the unification. If one doesn't like aesthetics of ZSS, this should work still fine!


I was hoping to at least get a follow-up to the XE collaboration.

Or the collab with Rodger Stella. I remember reading about something with Streicher in the works too?
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« Reply #8639 on: October 20, 2022, 09:57:05 PM »

Wince - The Older Generation LP

Thick fucking slabs of crumbling noise on each side. In the recent White Centipede Noise podcast interview with Stewart Skinner there was talk of getting away from texture. Of course, an interesting notion, as I think a variety of approaches, assessments, and basis for ideas is key in the vitality of underground or experimental music. However, that does not speak to me having any bias against texture as it’s most commonly understood. All rambling aside, this release rides the idea of texture hard! Super heavy static avalanches with piercing feedback peaking through only to be suffocated by the churning and bubbling. Minimal but large. And matched with equally minimal yet eye catching layout.
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