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« Reply #6570 on: October 15, 2017, 04:30:57 PM »

Various - Exasperations (Styggelse) - single sided tape, C46

This is great, fantastic compilation. The winner here for me is Treriksröset. But this could change after further listenings. All tracks are of high quality.
Get it if you don't have it already.

https://www.discogs.com/de/Various-Exasperations/release/10269737
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« Reply #6571 on: October 15, 2017, 05:24:27 PM »

Right now after the Exasperations tape I'm listening to Military Position - Black Noise.
Simple conclusions - M.P. is great as always, and all hail to Trapdoor Tapes!

Though what occupied my player the most the last week, was Mania - Little pieces of violence. No further explanation needed. Simply worshipping this project.

And hey, Bitewerks, did you ever consider to make a book or a larger publication for your collage works?
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« Reply #6572 on: October 15, 2017, 08:13:00 PM »

Bloated Backdoor ‎– Bad Ass Procrastination (CS, aufname + wiedergabe)
fuck yes, this is the good shit. I know aufname + wiedergabe mostly for it's techno, this is very different. It begins with the rough cut & paste collage artwork and with songtitles like Bleeding Gums and R.F. Appreciation Societee you know it. Vile and agitated post-punk with a lot of noises and electronics with stark humor and nihilistic attitudes. Have to point out the low volume levels though, on Side A it's doable but on side B I have to turn my gain to +15 and it's still to quiet. Have to re-dub it myself I guess.

Crow - C-Bank (CS, NOSTILEVO)
Also post-punk, sometimes, but this is less straight forward, sometimes. Begins with a more experimental sound and resolves into post-punk on side A, and side B is a more drowned out song. I like the songs, but there is sometimes a digital glitch / whitenoise sound effect on top of the mix which is really out of place and horrible. Don't think I will ever hear this one again.



 
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« Reply #6573 on: October 22, 2017, 08:15:46 PM »

INSANE ORDER

A grindcore band from north of France,
quite kicking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EinYjXnChPY
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« Reply #6574 on: October 22, 2017, 10:56:27 PM »

Straight Arm Salute/ Veri and Maa 7''
A little bit disappointed w/ SAS's side, which stylistically seems a bit of a relapse to the bare martial/ ambient and growling style of 'The New Rise Of NS', rather than a step forward from the really rather good p.e. of 'Pelka Vihaa'. Not terrible, or anything, but just a bit unsubtle. Veri and Maa, meanwhile, have speeches/ lectures over strong industrial, or martial industrial , even, ambiences. Really nice. Plus their aesthetic is better - a period Aryan lady peering up to a swastika in their cross. Both reference Linkola, though Veri and Maa are less brutish about it. Look forward to something else from them.
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« Reply #6575 on: October 25, 2017, 04:28:14 PM »

KONTINENT "No Reverse" tape
Unrest
Really nice and good heavy electronics. Electronics and structures are done with taste and care to detail.

MACRONYMPHA "III" tape
MSNP
Hardly any info about this. C-90 tape. Titled just "III" and has couple good KKK pics in it. Only info is crediting Stella and Roemer as makers. According to discogs, 30 copies made by Stella back in 2010. But I doubt it's ltd 30 as Stella has it still available, I doubt edition this small wouldn't sell in 7 years! See classifieds elsewhere on the forum. What is this material? New, old? I guess old. Blasting harsh noise. Good stuff all the way. It offers nothing extremely different or unusual, but simply good value for money in form of busy and aggressive harshness.

AGONAL LUST "Body Of Death" tape
USA power electronics, what looks and sounds that it could be strongly influenced by Alfarmania. Perhaps one element is Olsson's cover art, but also sound itself. Long brooding tracks with samples, synth patters, aggressive vocals shouting kind of last Deathpile or current Scatmother way of as-aggro-as-possible all the time. You can follow the lyrics, though. Listened this few times and I like what I hear. They seem to have clear idea what to do and how to get it done, but at the same time, at this moment material stands out most of all for being well done. Not for offering something what would appear more personal. It's sort of feeling, that when you got good usa harsh noise tape in mid 90's, that may have been great, but in other hand felt like it need more to stand out. As anonymous 2015+ postmortem tape of lust and death - of course satisfactory to those who appreciate style.

SIEGE ELECTRONICS "New Resistance" tape
Gutter Disease
While Agonal Lust takes good care of all detail of sound and presentation, Siege Electronics to me is sort of hit & miss project. At best, it sounds like it is the Uk reposnse for Operation Cleansweep and Sektion B kind of stuff. And in other hand, it feels as if there was a bit too much of cliches combined with nearly glitchy sounding software(?) and multi-efx unit oscillations. As I like the style of "heavy electronics", Siege Electronics has often - and this time too - offered enough to be decent listening. But if looking from objectively...  If the electronics are missing all the good taste and utmost care presented by projects like Kevlar, and also missing the skill of fine detail like Agonal Lust...  Nevertheless, heavy harmonic bolts of synth-electronics layered with samples and vocals about topics people like myself tend to be interested in. What else one needs? Just to do it little better I guess! Little bit more of own identity never hurts.

H.Ö.H. "Random bursts 16-17" tape
Unofficial tape, not meant for circulation. 2016 and 2017 this project issued some tapes and these are some of the "leftovers" what didn't fit to tapes. Why left overs? Who knows. It is of course artists duty to be the one to decide when tape is complete, but these short tracks - by outsiders perception - could have fitted in other tapes. And that means: They rule. Anyone who have been exposed to ultra simplistic and broken crude gutter noise of this project, should be satisfied. And curiously, it is not even merely "more of the same", but really giving rather distinctive bursts recorded on both sides. Lets hope this material emerges part of some actual release!
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« Reply #6576 on: October 26, 2017, 02:20:07 AM »

Any contact for the Agonal Lust tape? Looks self-released and has already reached judeoprices on discocks.
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« Reply #6577 on: October 26, 2017, 02:27:16 AM »

Any contact for the Agonal Lust tape? Looks self-released and has already reached judeoprices on discocks.

AGONAL LUST tape:

http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=8285.0
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« Reply #6578 on: October 27, 2017, 05:26:37 PM »

Taeter - Glorious Paraphilia CS (No Rent, 2016)

If Brainbombs were a PE project. First track is even trumpet / brass instrument manipulation and not electronics, perhaps?

Bizarre Uproar / Man Is The Bastard - Session of Extreme Nihilistic Horror / Sanctity of Oil 7" (DP, 1993)

Some of the earliest BU material and already it's showing signs of greatness. Not entirely perfect but when the thick and crumbling textures come in it's the familiar BU sound of 'extreme nihilistic horror' that has come to be expected from the project. I love all MITB material from when they were a traditional band but the early noise offerings weren't always that great and have left large gaps in my collection that I haven't really felt the need to fill (and perhaps never will). The short noise pieces between songs here are an exception to this and prove that they were indeed capable back then, even if these particular tracks don't really go anywhere (short tracks can do something, but they seem to fall short of that here). The second (the first being the MITB / Aunt Mary 7") of many more pairings to come over the years.
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« Reply #6579 on: October 29, 2017, 06:07:57 PM »

Apart from Evilfeast 2LP I'm also playing the whole Stiff Sanctorum discography. These tapes are all very impressive - in presentation and sound. I hope there will be more releases in the future!?

https://www.discogs.com/de/label/364700-Stiff-Sanctorum
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« Reply #6580 on: October 29, 2017, 08:30:35 PM »

It's been quiet from lust vessel recently apart from the Grim tape they helped on. Hopefully more in the near future. Stiff Sanctorum label is great, will relisten to them next week.
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« Reply #6581 on: October 30, 2017, 08:17:09 PM »

Been going through piles of tapes lately. No need to describe everything, but few things stuck out. SSRI - Focalor. Excellent. And I was surprised by my own self - Maurizio Bianchi - Arkeomene. For some reason it's good! Not excellent, but good and listenable!
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« Reply #6582 on: November 01, 2017, 06:57:28 PM »

Bastard Noise - Our Earths Blood Japan Tour 2015
This tape contains two live sets with collaborations (Gov't Alpha and Mikawa) and seems to be the better for it in that it moves into the action faster than most live BN releases. As a novelty it is pretty interesting and from the insert seems there was two evenings of collab sets but the other night hasn't been released, would be interested to hear what it was like

Bastard Noise - Dedicated to Koji Tano
Another tape with two live sets, this more traditional BN. Frankly you know what you are going to get here and is it any different from the other live releases?

Don't get me wrong, I like BN and probably have far too many of their releases than I need, but if i listen to these again, I'd go for the Japan tour every time
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« Reply #6583 on: November 01, 2017, 08:16:52 PM »

Bastard Noise - Our Earths Blood Japan Tour 2015
This tape contains two live sets with collaborations (Gov't Alpha and Mikawa) and seems to be the better for it in that it moves into the action faster than most live BN releases. As a novelty it is pretty interesting and from the insert seems there was two evenings of collab sets but the other night hasn't been released, would be interested to hear what it was like

Bastard Noise - Dedicated to Koji Tano
Another tape with two live sets, this more traditional BN. Frankly you know what you are going to get here and is it any different from the other live releases?

Don't get me wrong, I like BN and probably have far too many of their releases than I need, but if i listen to these again, I'd go for the Japan tour every time

The Montreal show (Dedicated to Koji Tano) was pretty good but I found Wood's solo soundcheck to be better than the performance with Saunders. The tape also doesn't have the part with Wood's dedication to Seth Putnam.

I believe the second night from Japan is being released by Survivalist soon.
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« Reply #6584 on: November 02, 2017, 02:48:17 AM »

V/A - Anomalous Silencer CD Napamled ed.500 1996
I could pretend to be nice, but I don't care about most of the shit on here, it's all at least competent and it's decent noise, some great frequencies being utilized by some one off guys I don't care to invetigate, but decent tracks by like Zeno's boys Eitentzietialailung or whatever dead baby metal noise, and yeah the Sonic Disorder track is good, but the BEST tracks, uh, the fucking Sukora track, that's totally hyper pop for Sukora, like it sounds like a dude rubbing a computer mic on a rug kinda quiet, but he fucking goes for it.  Honestly, Sukora is a total saturation, gets to HNW minimalist neutrality (even that awful basically silent CD), like this sonically would be a crackle study or whatever by 2017 standards, but this is 1996.  Way active, audible cool track, ,definitely the pop track - awesome how he uses the WORST sounds.  Popular Series indeed.  I still need some Sukora tapes, PM if you have any to trade.  The Hachiman Mae track fucking rules, but I love that kinda possesed Japanese kids with toys making garbage garage goth pop gunk Kenho Iuchi thing they hit, I need their 2nd demo still, will buy, Bar Noise scene stuff, I'm way into it.  It's not "great" just the kind of crap I like, weird like dream style, not getting anything right, sounds like Black Metal kinda, but it's like a crappy waltz drum beat, but none of this is funny or cute, just seems like weirdos who collect like dead lizards and draw upsetting pornographic tirades.  It's demo tape garbage, but cool.  Awful aesthetic in general from Napalmed, BUT he hits ideal comp approach by doing the page per band comp style.  But it's a dumb special jewelcase with stickers, of course any store that gets their hands on THAT kind of piece HAS TO put a price tag ON the art, so it is ugly and has a dumb stain.  But each insert looks great, crisp print on green paper nice textures too.  Oh the XV Parówek and Sor-Zor-Sya tracks I like the way I like weird bugs, like, they aren't good.  The XV is dumb cartoon samples and shitty drum machine, it's so awful in every way, so uncool, nothing saves it, but it's ok to hear these dumb sounds try to do something.  Sor-Zor-Sya is just like a dude talking softly and some glitch noises and record loop samples like jazz loops, it sounds like maybe a guy trying to do some future sci fi thing but like NONE of it works, so I like to hear it.

EDIT: OK to correct my earlier rambling, Sukora's more like tapping on a crackly computer microphone with something getting rubbed on the mic, maybe on a 2nd mic.

V/A - Anomalous Silencer #5 CD Napalmed
Also one page per band, but it's all crap basically, except I like the Mamarracho track, but even it sucks, like uh... maybe could best be described as a lo fi maybe very primitive trip hop, like it's so - what are you guys doing? - that I have to appreciate it, like I guess it's kinda cyberpunk, but totally lo fi crappy beats and some talking, if you were grasping at straws, I guess it kinda could pass for a weird lo fi Gescom demo, but that's being way nice.  Not pleasant on a noise comp.  Decent tracks on here for sure, just that's sadly the standout to me.  Still need vol 2-4
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