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« Reply #8625 on: September 23, 2022, 03:56:29 PM »

Been going through wide variety of over-sized, multiple tape set, cdr’s, and so on… It is occasionally brutal to see how time flies. Items you feel you "just received", are... old. Finding something from bottom of the box of stuff and realize they've been there for yearS. Or having been listening some podcast thinking I never heard of this artists, and then having his tape(s) laying around for months...  And some stuff just goodies that have been there for a while waiting right moment.

A FAIL ASSOCIATION "East V." tape
Absurd Exposition
Short but sweet. I was recently listening longer recording of his, but AFA works also in short format. Blasting harsh noise, that is kind of cut up, but not "contemporary cut up" so to say. It has feel of the traditional thick and heavy American harsh noise, while being also skillfully played pedal abuse.

TED BYRNES "All hands" tape
Absurd Exposition
Fast paced percussion, with saturated and blown out distortion sound. I would actually prefer less of boomy and blurry distortion as man is percussionist and not just smashing objects, so nuance and detail of object sound could be clearer than the distortion.

V/A PLUMIGERA CDR
Submersive productions
Hand and Knee and bunch of other projects, most I have barely heard by name. I know this guy has worked with Macronympha and bunch of others, but also his metal project Thorned did almost surprisingly good stuff. Occasionally harsh, sometimes drone, all sorts of noisy things and I like the feel of having no real connection to how feel about anyone. Just like old days listening obscure compilation, and even if it would not be future classic - it was sign that there is something going on there you may have to keep your eyes & ears on..

HAND AND KNEE "contradiction" CDR
Submersive productions
Handmade / painted envelopes, very cheap, reminding specific era of Deadline stuff, where everything seemed to be thrown together fast and cheap, with probably not much thought if it look good in traditional sense. There is some decent harsh noise here, some less abrasive stuff too, but overall feel is good in a way that it doesn't seem like stuff you buy. I suppose it was for sale, but just meaning that it is unlikely you'd have this in webstore of some bigger industrial/noise dealer. It has strong direct-from-artist vibe to it, which adds to charm of release.
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« Reply #8626 on: October 04, 2022, 07:46:11 PM »

Walter Maioli, Fred Gales, Pit Piccinelli - Amazonia 6891

This thing had me all over the place.  A little Jorge Reyes pre-Hispanic.  A little Bernard Fort ornithology.  A little minimalist synth percolation.  A little Francisco Lopez La Selva and Addy era.  Electro-acoustic and field recordings.  I've never heard of Walter Maioli.  I sampled a couple other things, and they're all quality like this.
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« Reply #8627 on: October 05, 2022, 07:30:26 AM »

Digging back through Bereft's discography. Lots of strong material yet rarely spoken about these days.

Killing Time - Brightside
Came across this in the wild and wasn't leaving it behind. Rugged hardcore with strong metal overtones. Few filler tracks but some decent chest beating angry shit on side A.



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« Reply #8628 on: Today at 07:56:58 AM »

After Narcolepsia episode on WCN podcast, picked up couple of labels tapes.
Might be my favorite TORBA tape. He did stuff before, and after, but this particular tape made impact on me and for reason or another, if someone would ask me where to start, it could be ”tape on Narcolepsia”!
Unclean tape on Narcolepsia. This Finn band did his early works on F&V label. I got all the promo tapes back then, but I felt then, and I felt each time I heard thing that ”he can do better!”. So not willing to put out stuff, but wait the moment he does what I think he can. Now, for years, there are multiple decent releases on many labels, Finland and abroad. Decent Finn-filth to listen to, but couple recent live shows have indicated he is indeed still getting better and worth to keep ears open for future recordings…


Dead Body Love tape "disasterland" tape
Lazy Squid rec
good stuff! There is surprisingly many moments of blown-out music bits there, but really good nevertheless.

I was listening Steward Skinner WCN podcast and he mentioned Murder Corporation as one of those guys…. Hmm.. how it was said? Well, I guess somehow in way that for him you can accept some b/w murder xeroxes and it’ll work. Yes it does!
It just made me really want to grab couple MC releases from shelves and listen to them.

Murder Corporation "Caution" tape
Murder Corporation "Carbonized" tape

both on Murder Release, in large pcv boxes.
Both are the very charming kind of lo-fi blown out crude harsh industrial noise. Not really PE, more taking early days MB into harsh noise territory. Back in the 90's Murder Release was spreading MB tapes to people, before the official reissues started to happen.
 
I think the thing they talked about rare noise tapes on the episode, that there is that charm about ultra rare tapes. I think I have never paid even 10e for noise tape till this day!  Only reason that I have them, is that happened to be around when it was happening.  Some A.M.B.  or Murder Cororation, I think notion of rare wasn’t considered back then? It is more like that tapes what are rare now, were the tapes very few cared, and thats why they are rare now? I recall in Noisextra episode, Murder Corporation was asked how come one classic tape was edition of ”6”, and it was because that was amount of orders he got.
Yep. Imagine my level of regret, being in touch with M.C. and doing trades with him, and NOT buying entire discography? At the time, lack of money for sure, but also, it would be curious to know how many guys realized entire discography of M.C. is worth having plus that they actually got it? If there is serious M.C. collectors, I’d like to see them post pics!
Talking of ”hard to get” tapes, I recall also good moment, when I asked Marco Corbelli what’s the price if I order 1 of each Slaughter prod tape. He replied in letter than please no! Only 3 tapes at maximum, as every tape is dubbed real speed from DAT master and buying all is too big order to dub. Slaughter tapes… I don’t have them all. Just some tapes I managed to buy, little by little..

NP/THIRDORGAN collab tape.
The best looking one of the trilogy. I suppose NP is one of those hidden secrets of Japanese noise, that was around since like… 1985 or something, and worked with bunch of legendary names.. but when you hear anyone mention NP? This collab is great special packaging, metal box with molded/welded metal artwork and… well not sure even how to describe it in english words. Special packaging what looks actually good and also labor heavy?! Inside is C-60 METAL tape, that is not filled entirely, but probably around 50 mins of sound. And what sound?! Just brilliant harsh noise. Especially NP side has those demented vocals, which could be worthy of discussion, probably have to start elsewhere.. Noise with weird vocals. Buried deep. I have to check what was already covered in older SI topic about noise with vocals. This one has seriously odd vocals on N.P. side.

AFter that one, passed tape shelves and from two random place spotted PRELEST and NIGHT WOLF tapes. Perhaps some sort of sign to see them both, among wall of tapes, so decided to pull them for listening session. What is common thing with these, is not the sound, but perhaps that the makers are well known in other fields of music? I assume it is not secret, since people seem to know and there is discogs…   Prelest is project of mastermind of Mgla, which is fairly well known Black Metal band. Some may know that before that, back in 90’s he was doing death industrial and power electronics, and that was how I first got to know him. Prelest is new works, modular synth, samples, buried vocals… I suppose if you drop names like Atrax Morgue meets Anenzephalia, the guy behind project probably nods and says that’s about right.  His background in industrial-noise probably contributed to how bleak and dark his ”metal” works are.
Same can be said about Night Wolf. Man well known of dark and negative hardcore unit Kickback, you could perhaps see that interest in fierce noise may have lead his hardcore works to be something else than life affirming youthcrew stuff. Mentality of deranged noisy power electronics was in the music, but also audible on this tape. Good stuff, hopefully one day more!

Zeitkratzer - Whitehouse electronics CD, this is all acoustic music, sometimes amplified. 11 member line-up playing live instrumental pieces of Whitehouse songs, sort of re-arranged. Really good ones, like Zeitkratzer tends to be. Not sure how many listen their stuff or Reinhold Freidls solo stuff? Some of the best things in ”contemporary art music” what I know of.

Zeitkratzer "KORE" CD
It is hard to say what exactly is THE best of the group, but for those into pretty massive and noisy stuff, this one is really good. Reinhold Friedl composition played by Zeitkratzer and it is massive and loud, and highly textural. Almost like avalanche of barely "musical" orchestration.

Militia archive collection CD
Neuropa
contains War Against Society, Kingdom of our lord mCD plus familiedrama 7” with Con-Dom and Laura Maes. For me, among very best of the style and sound I most associate with what ”industrial” to sound like. Even if they are not along early protagonist by any means. Started in the 80’s and finally made name in mid 90’s onwards. Some of absolute best percussions and eerie synth sounds. I got all the stuff as originals, but this comp is too good to not have it...
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