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« Reply #915 on: March 18, 2011, 06:56:27 PM »

Kluster - Eruption 1971 - truly, early electronic experimentalism - when Schnitzler was still with the group, before becoming Cluster - no cosmic krautrock - manipulations and treachery.

Kluster - Klopfzeichen 1971 - same as Eruption - first track is over a female German orator - not menacing - just avant-garde - this and Zwei-Osterei each include 1/2 of a 1980 piece as bonus tracks that are good experimental/instrumental noodling; not great, but competent; Zwei-Osterei has the better of the two halves, I think.

Kluster - Zwei-Osterei 1971 - first track continues where Eruption and Klopfzeichen left off, but the 2nd track is more of a freak out, percussive sounds/rhythms and warped sounds odyssey with a less difficult energy; good stuff and the most enjoyable of the three albums from '71.

I'd forgotten, thus really surprised, by the level of experimentalism involved with these three albums.  difficult, without a moment's rest.
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« Reply #916 on: March 18, 2011, 07:19:59 PM »

V/A UNDERGROUND USA c-90
MSNP
Wasn't there some sort of plan to re-issue Noise War... and Americanoise? I wonder what is status of these?
Anyways, Undergound USA, is year after Americanoise, less bands, longer playing time. Woe Is Me, Strict, Orifice Training, Bacillus, Armenia, A.S.M., Depress/Regress, Bob Marinelli and more! Not everything delivers the most memorable material, yet the sheer mass of the punishment makes is great. Laying down on sofa, 90 minutes, with nothing else but choices made by Mother Savage Noise captains, it is good. And I don't know what exactly it is, but listening "average" 1996 noise comp, sounds somehow so much better than noise of 2010. I'm just about 95% sure, it has mostly to do with compression and digital distortion plugins? Anyways, bands like Woe Is Me, to ultra ugly noise of A.S.M. crudely chopped into this comp. Armenia's distracting pause-button stop&go, heavy duty noise drone of Persn...... I mean, one could ask someone to make perfect "average noise comp 2011"? If it can't be done, I guess this as uncompressed, un-edited re-issue, would be as good reminder as Tension State Of Collapsing CD set.... simply perfection found from imperfection.

Alio Die "the way of fire" 7"
Drone
If early AD was pretty clumsy ritual music, some of later works is pretty cheesy keyboard muzak. For a drone 7", this is good. I wonder if there has been extensive report of Drone label's 7"s, but that is some fine series of music. And despite many small editions and nice covers, majority of titles are available for decent prices. What I paid for this.. 5,- ? Maybe. I don't have complete series.. yet. But I guess it would be just about time to see what exactly is still missing and start hunting!
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« Reply #917 on: March 18, 2011, 08:43:17 PM »

Americanoise will be re-released as double CD by Audio Dissection this year. I think that the news is official, I read it on the blogspot page of the label
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« Reply #918 on: March 18, 2011, 10:06:33 PM »

Pestdemon - Doppelgänger C30
Mazakon Tactics - Adorable Atrocities C30
Over - Over single sided C30
Gnaw Their Tongues - L'arrivée De La Terne Mort Triomphante CD
Cliff Bastard - Recondite CDr
Skinny Puppy - VIVIsectVI CD
Flatlands / Sunshine Republic - Split 12"
Shift / Operativ Permanent - Battle Ahead / You Won't Always Have Your Friends Around 7"
Sewer Goddess - Verdigris 7"
Pyrrhic Thanatology Monger - Eldritch CDr
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« Reply #919 on: March 19, 2011, 03:59:43 AM »

A lot of non-noise listening lately...

Dystopia - Human=Garbage CD - without a doubt one of the most inspirational albums for me. A sludge classic.

Pig Destroyer - Prowler in the Yard CD

ILSA - Tutti Il Colori Del Buio LP - great new sludge/old-school death metal band from DC. Saw them last weekend with Dropdead, Magrudergrind and Cough and they put on a hell of a show.
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« Reply #920 on: March 19, 2011, 06:20:50 AM »

Skinny Puppy - VIVIsectVI CD

can "ebm" be more industrial? twisted masterpiece!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgVQ9ywr_4Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YLTezRX97c
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« Reply #921 on: March 20, 2011, 02:14:01 AM »

Alright, got a double tape deck last week, done with listening to tapes on shitty walkman!

Sewer Goddess - Dejection Veil (C32, Rotting Chapel): First release of Sewer Goddess (though reissue), I think. Already knew the track Reflection from the Gutter from the Manifestations on the Road to Death comp. Overall, it seems SG delivered quality from the first release onward, although it seems later releases are more focused and filthier.

The Vomit Arsonist - Reason (C30, Nil By Mouth Recordings): First the packaging: first time I really have to cut open the packaging to get to the actual release, pretty cool. 5 sober inserts (black and white) of which on one of them the text was not readable, bit pity, but by know I know what it says (I know how it will end). Black spraypainted case, black tape. All elements of the packaging go well together. Then the music: sounds typical The Vomit Arsonist stuff, synths, noise, cool vocals. First two tracks had some sounds of which I first thought it was kind of the tape hissing, hehe. Can't tell much about the Bloodyminded cover (ie how it is compared to the original), since I'm not familiar with this act. Overall a very good tape and one that I'll certainly have to listen a couple more times to fully get it.

Survival Unit - Thought Trigger Target (CD, Autarkeia): Good Survival Unit stuff. Second album I own, after Will to Zero, which I think is just a bit better, because it's more intense. Is there a mistake in the tracklist? Because it says that track 9 is Anthrax Zone, while track 10 starts with the anthrax speech sample and clearly has the lyrics Anthrax Zone in it. One of the best tracks on the album anyway.
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« Reply #922 on: March 20, 2011, 04:46:31 AM »

Bereft - Chlanna Nan Con Thigibh Aso's Gheibh Sibh Feoil cassette
Habeeb - Corpsegrinder cassette

Enjoying these two tapes quite a bit. Good, muddy industrial shit. Really like the minimalism of the Bereft tape. Is other Bereft material in a similar vein?

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Ke/hil - Hellstation LP - only given this one listen so far but I like it. Some really nice sounds on here. I haven't heard a lot of Anenzephalia, but would you say this is more similar to that project than GO?

Alright, got a double tape deck last week, done with listening to tapes on shitty walkman!

For the past few months all I've had is a new Sony walkman playing through my stereo system. Had to resort to that because the two tapedecks I've bought on eBay (a Nakamichi and a NAD) have both crapped out on me with seemingly the same issues.
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« Reply #923 on: March 21, 2011, 12:48:56 AM »

KATHARSIS vvorld vvithout end & fourth reich LPs over n' over

Hope I get more than 1 copy of NOISEWAR when it's released. No t looking forward to it as that was some of my worst material.
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« Reply #924 on: March 22, 2011, 08:29:53 PM »

Junko & Mattin - s/t LP
I seem to recall reading some very negative comments about this from the esteemed forum owner. But I like it quite a bit. Sure, it's annoying and the noise has virtually no depth to it. But somehow the hyperactive atmosphere of the record suits certain moments in life. Like just now. Just pure assault on ears, no aesthetic value whatsoever. I just wish I had the balls to play it extremely loud - but unfortunately I'm way too sympathetic towards my neighbors.... And to be honest, I can't envision circumstances where I would be inclined to play both sides back-to-back.

Whitehouse - Quality Time LP
I was previously only familiar with Birthdeath Experience, which I thought was pretty nice. But this is even better, works on more intricate levels. Moods change from menacing to downright disturbing pretty quickly. And it's quite amazing how "tight" the tracks are, considering that it's not really done in a song-based form.
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« Reply #925 on: March 23, 2011, 08:05:01 AM »

I think it was the pinknoise CD of Junko/Mattin I disliked quite strongly? LP as far as I remember is better.

Anton Nikkilä "kytkentätaulun valot" 7"
Bought this based on being finnish, being Nikkilä, featuring Taanila in some track. What should I call this? Post-punk meets minimal electronics with slow rock drive. Obscure surreal finnish lyrics. I'm more curious of "Pilottilasit" comp CDR what exposes the Helsinki underground electronics 1981-1987.

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« Reply #926 on: March 25, 2011, 12:36:11 AM »

BAPTIST SKIN COMMUNITI - keyhead/redskin - tape. Very basic "wall" noise, at times it sounds like its falling apart, at times it´s pure white noise, but mostly it just drifts along with no fancy shit, yes, its good!
DEATH WORK - tape. Don´t know anything about this, looks like people spraying pesticide on the coverimage, no tracktiles. Short tracks, primitive like prime Sutcliffe Jugend, the best power electronics i´ve heard in a long time, still it doesn´t get me going at all anymore...
SEAGULL - conquering worm - 7". Short, 1 sided 7" of minimaly evolving static noise, i can´t say why i find this record so fascinating, but it just clicks. Great one! Have he done anything else?
EVAN PARKER & PAUL LYTTON - collective calls (urban)(two microphones) - LP. UK improvisation from 1972, mostly saxophone and percussion, but also some tapes, electronics etc. I swear at times it sounds just like early Whitehouse minus the vocals! Very noisy and really fantastic record!
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« Reply #927 on: March 25, 2011, 03:36:54 AM »


Underrated, too.

Julie Christmas - The Bad Wife LP
Julie Christmas - Coextinction Release 5 2xAAC
Burial Hex / Zola Jesus - Split LP
Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead 12"
Pregnant Spore - Death Panels C24
Klit - Cock Hunters C40
Mazakon Tactics - Submerging In Shallow Waters C30
The Vomit Arsonist - Reason C30
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« Reply #928 on: March 25, 2011, 05:25:37 AM »

^^^^^^

Gotta say Human Disease (S.K.U.M.M.) will always be my favorite from that album. Perfect combination of rhythm and misanthropy.
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« Reply #929 on: March 25, 2011, 06:31:02 PM »

wolf eyes/sickness:There Is A Part Of Me That You Will Never Know
-very good. has there been discussion on collaborations? my own take on them is that most  are shit and I have a strong aversion to mail collabs but I doubt this one was made face to face so there are exeptions, edwige was good too.

tunnel canary: jihad 1978-1984
jupiter larssen did a column on this in the alap rag. found a rip so I decided to edjucate myself. very good, fucking noisy compared to the noise of now and the band quit a year prior to my birth. what does that say about the going ons of 20??

enoch: graveyard disturbances
horror soundtrack music from big names killjoy and mirai of sigh. im a fan of the "genre" so I liked it alot.
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