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« Reply #8190 on: January 08, 2021, 04:28:25 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!

Listened to this one last night and found the varying styles were sewn together quite well.
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« Reply #8191 on: January 08, 2021, 05:16:32 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!

Listened to this one last night and found the varying styles were sewn together quite well.

Yeah. I’m sure my head will stitch it all together over time. Never a bad thing though; not completely ”getting it” straight away.
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« Reply #8192 on: January 08, 2021, 10:46:25 PM »

Azoikum - Chaos Patterns Danvers State C77
Balls to the wall chaotic noise wholely in the red for the full hour+. No sound lingers, all pure aggression and force. The sound of being on the receiving end of a failed space capsule re-entry both as astronaut careening to his fiery death and unlucky guy on the ground about to get evaporated. Industrial elements peer through in heavily distorted mechanical samples but this is capitol N Noise. psycho shit !   A+

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« Reply #8193 on: January 09, 2021, 10:13:58 PM »

Æþel Electronics ‎– Angelcynn
Was expecting a little more form a Hospital release, I must say. Muddy, lo-fi noise and barked English-accented vocals. Reminds me or a cross between Con-Dom and, say, Black State. It's not bad, just - as I say - expected something more 'in your face'. Certain charms and little patterns appear now and again, and I will listen to it again - but probably not that much. Bills itself as "Anglo-Saxon" power electronics, which I can get into, and seemingly the side-project of a synth-pop band. Anyone else have thoughts on this one?
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« Reply #8194 on: January 10, 2021, 06:15:47 PM »

Æþel Electronics ‎– Angelcynn
Was expecting a little more form a Hospital release, I must say. Muddy, lo-fi noise and barked English-accented vocals. Reminds me or a cross between Con-Dom and, say, Black State. It's not bad, just - as I say - expected something more 'in your face'. Certain charms and little patterns appear now and again, and I will listen to it again - but probably not that much. Bills itself as "Anglo-Saxon" power electronics, which I can get into, and seemingly the side-project of a synth-pop band. Anyone else have thoughts on this one?

Side project of mateys who comprise Natural Assembly and Cremation Lily. To me, it feels like a return to the "Fires Frame The Silhouette" stuff from Cremation Lily, which i vaguely remember he told me is influenced by 8th Pillar, so I dig it. Certainly not the hardest PE ever but that's also not what I'd expect from these guys.
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« Reply #8195 on: January 10, 2021, 08:10:03 PM »

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« Reply #8196 on: January 11, 2021, 03:26:24 AM »

Æþel Electronics ‎– Angelcynn
Was expecting a little more form a Hospital release, I must say. Muddy, lo-fi noise and barked English-accented vocals. Reminds me or a cross between Con-Dom and, say, Black State. It's not bad, just - as I say - expected something more 'in your face'. Certain charms and little patterns appear now and again, and I will listen to it again - but probably not that much. Bills itself as "Anglo-Saxon" power electronics, which I can get into, and seemingly the side-project of a synth-pop band. Anyone else have thoughts on this one?

Side project of mateys who comprise Natural Assembly and Cremation Lily. To me, it feels like a return to the "Fires Frame The Silhouette" stuff from Cremation Lily, which i vaguely remember he told me is influenced by 8th Pillar, so I dig it. Certainly not the hardest PE ever but that's also not what I'd expect from these guys.

That sounds like something I’d like very much. Those early Cremation Lily cassettes were so good. Not that his later stuff isnt but Ive got a fondness for that early shit.
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« Reply #8197 on: January 11, 2021, 02:31:59 PM »

Æþel Electronics ‎– Angelcynn
Was expecting a little more form a Hospital release, I must say. Muddy, lo-fi noise and barked English-accented vocals. Reminds me or a cross between Con-Dom and, say, Black State. It's not bad, just - as I say - expected something more 'in your face'. Certain charms and little patterns appear now and again, and I will listen to it again - but probably not that much. Bills itself as "Anglo-Saxon" power electronics, which I can get into, and seemingly the side-project of a synth-pop band. Anyone else have thoughts on this one?

Side project of mateys who comprise Natural Assembly and Cremation Lily. To me, it feels like a return to the "Fires Frame The Silhouette" stuff from Cremation Lily, which i vaguely remember he told me is influenced by 8th Pillar, so I dig it. Certainly not the hardest PE ever but that's also not what I'd expect from these guys.

That sounds like something I’d like very much. Those early Cremation Lily cassettes were so good. Not that his later stuff isnt but Ive got a fondness for that early shit.

Yeah if you like early CL it's definitely worth checking out! i respect CL a huge amount even though I'm not super into the whole emo-rap direction. I played with him when he was doing a collab set with Knifedoutofexistence and it was a great mix of PE with some of the emo-rap elements which was enjoyable live.
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« Reply #8198 on: January 11, 2021, 04:13:38 PM »

Emo rap? I don't think I've heard that! I must be five years behind with CR's output come to think of it so I guess I've missed that developement.
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« Reply #8199 on: January 12, 2021, 11:08:15 AM »

Emo rap? I don't think I've heard that! I must be five years behind with CR's output come to think of it so I guess I've missed that developement.


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« Reply #8200 on: January 12, 2021, 02:14:21 PM »

Yeah I just checked out new CL stuff and was baffled by the new direction. I do like Jesu, which is somewhat similar but still... What an odd direction to go to and with an established project like that. I wonder why he didn't start a new project for that stuff.
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« Reply #8201 on: January 12, 2021, 02:46:41 PM »

Yeah I just checked out new CL stuff and was baffled by the new direction. I do like Jesu, which is somewhat similar but still... What an odd direction to go to and with an established project like that. I wonder why he didn't start a new project for that stuff.

I respect it. In a genre where we compartmentalise projects pretty heavily, i like seeing the odd project where it reflects a genuine evolution of the artist.
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« Reply #8202 on: January 12, 2021, 02:48:10 PM »

Sure, me too. I think it's great that he's doing what he wants, was just really surprised by the change and the new sound. Can't say it was my favourite sort of music, but hopefully he will find his new audience.
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« Reply #8203 on: January 12, 2021, 04:27:38 PM »

Crazy Doberman ‎– Two Tales Of Lost Witness Marks (Aguirre Records)
Just received the download for the new LP and really liking it. The sounds continue to develop in new directions and again, each LP is unlike the last. Definitely the bits of psychedelic sound the group builds their foundation on are there and heavily featured. The elements of free jazz are a little heavier this time around. There is a even a spoken word poetry segment over a jazz avant-garde back drop that reminds me a bit of Tom Waits or something similar. Diverse and rewarding release, can't wait to listen to this more to absorb all of the details.

Trepaneringsritualen ‎– The Totality Of Death
Kicking myself for sitting on this artist all of this time, it's absolutely mind bending stuff. I've always been intrigued by the release descriptions I've seen and the vision is so personal and unique. I attempted to listen to the compilation while falling asleep last night and it just made me anxious and uncomfortable. Perhaps not the best material to lull one into a sense of comfort...

Anyone with recommendations for the stand alone titles to check out would be appreciated. Adding a note to my long list of artist's I need to see live once shows happen again as well...
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« Reply #8204 on: January 13, 2021, 12:18:35 AM »

PRIMITIVE ISOLATION TACTICS - Deconstructing A Purpose CS (White Centipede Noise, 2020)
A thick, warm, odorous, humming and vibrating tone wriggles around throughout, expanding into crunch and warble at times. Other sounds try their best to stay on top - angry stabs of feedback, some terrified person yelling - only to be swallowed. Excellent restrained slow-burning muck that reminds me of Vårtgård while still being something rather different. Flip the tape and things get more shaky. It’s still a hungry pool of boiling tar, but it has receded slightly, with ripping textures and acoustic sounds revealing themselves. A great tape that ends far too soon. Hard not to play it again straight away. Lovely stuff! Haven’t heard anything by PIT prior to this, and I think I need more.
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