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« Reply #8175 on: December 14, 2020, 06:21:06 AM »

Desgranges "New Orgasm Formula"
First listen of their/his new full length. I enjoyed the debut tape a lot so was looking forward to this one. Thematically treads similar ground to some of the other names spoken around lately...necrophilia, misogyny etc. Sounds are far more crisp and distinctive though, not hidden behind a layer of murk as much. More sedated in approach as well, leaving room for the vocals to dominate up front.  Not bad and will get some further listens.

Orcus Inferi "Cold Meat"
old CMI/Slaughter inspired. Like a more active Archon Satani maybe.
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« Reply #8176 on: December 14, 2020, 07:00:05 AM »

Desgranges "New Orgasm Formula"
First listen of their/his new full length. I enjoyed the debut tape a lot so was looking forward to this one. Thematically treads similar ground to some of the other names spoken around lately...necrophilia, misogyny etc. Sounds are far more crisp and distinctive though, not hidden behind a layer of murk as much. More sedated in approach as well, leaving room for the vocals to dominate up front.  Not bad and will get some further listens.

I was just listening to a live clip of them on youtube a few days ago.  Excellent project with great vocals.  I will have to look into this tape.
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« Reply #8177 on: December 14, 2020, 10:58:54 PM »

GELSOMINA - Waste Oil Recycled Vol. 3 C40 (Abisko, 2005)
This is a good tape. Sounds like sound sources fed through pedals with the knobs set all ”wrong”. And the way it’s done as a whole is just plain weird somehow. Rough noise finding its way, taking strange detours getting there. Staying off the main road. I come to think of Worth at times, but slower, more absent minded and oafish in a positive sense. Or Government Alpha in super slow motion.

SEWER ELECTION - Killing For Norberg C40 (Spanking Ritual, 2007)
Starts with a split channel roar of untamed feedback and a low-end shitstorm. The full spectrum. This lasts for quite a while, and then slowly abates into a bottomless pit of boiling lard, with the occasional eruptions of the former, which lasts for the rest of the tape. Rich soothing layers of earthy crust, drilling feedback and distant electronic psych beams. For being a ”live rehearsal” it’s pretty damn great, and a slightly different Killing Session. Not saying it HAS to be reissued, but an edition of six is... scarce.
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« Reply #8178 on: December 14, 2020, 11:28:40 PM »

Desgranges "New Orgasm Formula"
First listen of their/his new full length. I enjoyed the debut tape a lot so was looking forward to this one. Thematically treads similar ground to some of the other names spoken around lately...necrophilia, misogyny etc. Sounds are far more crisp and distinctive though, not hidden behind a layer of murk as much. More sedated in approach as well, leaving room for the vocals to dominate up front.  Not bad and will get some further listens.


Never heard of this project, just went to check it out. Fucking awesome. If I was to ask for my dream PE project, it would be 'song-length' compositions with a balance between droning/chirping synth sounds and metal/feedback abuse with super up-front vocals, especially with that Dalek-level phaser treatment.

Artwork is also very cool, I love to see paintings as album art in PE/noise https://antipatikrecords.bandcamp.com/album/desgranges-new-orgasm-formula
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« Reply #8179 on: December 15, 2020, 03:00:03 AM »

Desgranges "New Orgasm Formula"
First listen of their/his new full length. I enjoyed the debut tape a lot so was looking forward to this one. Thematically treads similar ground to some of the other names spoken around lately...necrophilia, misogyny etc. Sounds are far more crisp and distinctive though, not hidden behind a layer of murk as much. More sedated in approach as well, leaving room for the vocals to dominate up front.  Not bad and will get some further listens.


Never heard of this project, just went to check it out. Fucking awesome. If I was to ask for my dream PE project, it would be 'song-length' compositions with a balance between droning/chirping synth sounds and metal/feedback abuse with super up-front vocals, especially with that Dalek-level phaser treatment.

Artwork is also very cool, I love to see paintings as album art in PE/noise https://antipatikrecords.bandcamp.com/album/desgranges-new-orgasm-formula

Check this out too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFGLa-ziSQw  This was the performance I was mentioning above.
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« Reply #8180 on: December 19, 2020, 06:31:00 AM »

Knurl - Acetylphasia CS : I had bought this used some years ago from someone who had removed the tape from the bag once he recieved it. If you dont know, this was coming with an acid moistened napkin that its fumes [?] are corrosive ! And judging by the look of the shell, very corrosive ! Screws of the shell were rusty, i shaked the cassette and rust was falling haha. I suppose this was done cause of the acid and not intentionaly used [?] . -My tape is a 2 sided C45~ BTW- . I decided i am too pussy and that i value my deck enough to not feed it with rust. So unglued the labels, kept them, and procceded to a transfer to another shell operation. But it was impossible to unscrew open. The screwdriver was totally destroying the rusty tips, till there wasnt any catch. Went to the basement and carefuly cracked the shell with a vise, and finally put the reels in a new shell. With a fear if that happened to screws in what condition is the tape inside i played the tape. To my surprise it sounded excellent -it still does- , it left some oxide residue on first pass -nothing tragic, but enough that i should clean- but that was one-off, from then it passes clean everytime. Since then i even keep it in a new case cause the original smells. - - Yes, that was a music review about Knurl.

I have listened two other Knurl lately too, and have them fresh in memory, the new tape on Nefarious Activities [if i recall correctly tracks are recorded in 2008] and Mesosoma CDR, and i think Acetylphasia is the one i prefer most of them. Cause it's different. It's not the harsher, it's not wild, it's mostly slow, with the saw blade cello creating an 'ambience' , would this qualify for guitar noise ? Sounds like many times. Favorite track the last one, a beatiful industrial piece.

Hey, can anyone confirm the long 20min track is the first one ? Just to be sure i didnt reverse the sides when transfering. Dont remember i paid notice on that.

PS: I see Thoracia is from the same year with saw blade cello too. Have to check this.
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« Reply #8181 on: December 20, 2020, 10:48:57 AM »

Knurl - Acetylphasia CS : I had bought this used some years ago from someone who had removed the tape from the bag once he recieved it.

Holt crap, I’d be supremely grateful if you’d bless me with these files...I’ve had this tape sealed up and stored for years since I figured it was totally unplayable :/
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« Reply #8182 on: December 20, 2020, 11:30:42 AM »

PS: I see Thoracia is from the same year with saw blade cello too. Have to check this.
Thoracia is one of the best later Knurls, I think. Alot of blade action! Bloor is always in total control of his setups, but there's something slightly reckless about Thoracia. Wild and loud tape. It also has a great track where he simply just plays around with the tip of an amplified cable. A good example of how he can bring alot out of almost nothing.
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« Reply #8183 on: December 21, 2020, 11:20:29 PM »

Thoracia is heavy indeed!!!
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« Reply #8184 on: December 28, 2020, 03:30:33 PM »

Today five years ago, Lemmy passed away.
So, playlist is clear and I will raise several glasses.
Cheers!
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« Reply #8185 on: January 04, 2021, 07:16:23 PM »

A.x.D.x.F.x.O.x.A - Soddy is King (C-60) Dada Drumming
A bruiser of a release; closest comparison would have to be King of the Deathmatch in terms of theme and content. Pure, crunching, dynamic harsh noise mastered loud. Short but effective samples. Simple but good looking packaging. Dada Drumming make it look effortless and are absolutely killing it right now. AFATEF and the new Scathing are on the docket, sure to please.

Mania - Raw Nerves and Unseen Eyes (CD) Freak Animal
Heavy metal crunch, deafening reverberation, blades sharpening, drills jabbed into some orifice...heavy and effective. I had just watched Tsukamoto's "Haze" the other night, a film where a man wakes up in a horrific torture maze and this could easily stand as the soundtrack. Mania at it's purest. RIP!

Haare - Tantric Noise (LP) Influencing Machine
A compelling mixture of dark ambient, noise, drone, hell even some new age towards the tail end. Everything feels very intentional and personal, punctuated by the dedication to WM Berger (RIP!!). There's a musicality to this record that sets it apart from other folks traveling in similiar spheres of sound and theme. Now I need to track down that Aussat full length.

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« Reply #8186 on: January 06, 2021, 07:30:30 PM »

Metamorphic Mindphase - Liberation 2020 - Jim Wilson of Voice of Eye - organic and giant resonance as I hopingly expected - great ambient album - does short videos for some of the tracks on youtube.
Metamorphic Mindphase - Lockdown 2020 - Jim Wilson of Voice of Eye - along with what is found on the above Liberation, there's also tribal and industrial elements to add other layers - if like me you wanted Dead Can Dance to break free on Toward the Within, this is what I imagine that would have been like - also a great ambient album.
Gnawed - Subterranean Rites 2020
Blunt Force Trauma - Bled Out 1997 - Deathpile + Gruntsplatter collaboration - play loud.
Tangerine Dream - Zeit 1972
Popol Vuh - Aguirre 1975
Popol Vuh - Herz Aus Glas 1977
Popol Vuh - Einsjaeger & Siebenjaeger 1974
Popol Vuh - Seligpreisung 1973
Emtidi - Saat 1972 - I think this and Holderlin's Traum are the reason I prefer folk on record.
Ash Ra Tempel - Join Inn 1973
Ash Ra Tempel - s/t 1971
Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen 1972 - if I listen to the s/t first, I side with this album as the better, but also vice versa - then Join Inn can also fuck it all up, too.

*as the blue hues of winter came, that floating krautrock guitar sound compliments it all well
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« Reply #8187 on: January 06, 2021, 08:33:49 PM »

Black Leather Jesus - Hits
Heavy and CRUNCHY tape from 2009. The line up here includes Richard, Sean, long-time collaborator Scott Houston, Kevin Novak, and a few others. Very dense layers from the entire cast that builds into a free-flowing, but never relenting 30+ minutes. I'm not as familiar with the post-2000s BLJ as I am with the 90's catalogue, but what I've heard has been very good. Excellent tape and glad it was re-issued!

Black Leather Jesus - Raw
There have been a few new releases in 2020 from the group, but this is the only one I've heard so far besides the BLJ/Rita/JSH/VOMIR tour tape. If all of the releases are of the same quality of Raw, I need to change that. This one honestly should have been on my year end list. It's impressive that Richard has been spearheading this project for 30 years now with an always rotating cast, but still finds ways of creating quality noise. Side B has some very interesting and well used almost musical droning elements underneath the layers which completely took me off guard in the best possible way.
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« Reply #8188 on: January 07, 2021, 12:53:32 PM »

Listening a lot to Lingua Ignota these days. I think she's great!
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« Reply #8189 on: January 08, 2021, 04:17:57 PM »

URALL - Facing The Ground Instead CS (White Centipede Noise, 2020)
I remember hearing Urall on soundcloud years ago, when I still kept an eye out there. As I recall I liked what I heard but that it wasn’t anything special. This tape stands out though, and it seems Urall has carved out something more of his own by now. A rather broad palette of sounds that barely holds together, but it’s all dragged in the same direction mood wise. Many surprises! A mix of present day tape noise/rubbish concrete, 80’s industrial and a glimpse of the timewarped depths often inhabited by Mnem and their few likes. A rather short tape (guessing 20-30 minutes) housing alot of ideas, but it works very well most of the time. Very promising! Will be interesting to hear where he’s heading in the future. Do not miss out!
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