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 on: Today at 02:42:22 AM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by death persuader
1) It could be argued that the above may relate to Industrial and Power Electronics but not to Noise. That this lack of communication is what differentiates Noise from these other genres. That the very nature of noise prevents communication, and so is generally elsewhere unwanted. What is missing in noise is any meaning in the noise itself. If any is to be given the “Artist” has to resort to packaging.

This sounds right, and may be why I feel artwork/packaging are so important..

visuals are equally as important as sounds. I've heard tapes and records that sounded decent but had miserable artwork and it takes away from the project for me- you could argue that this is just an issue of/with taste which is subjective and that's valid
This is debatable but valid when it comes to being your preference for consuming music. For me, music is still primarily about music, and that's why I'd say good music with glaringly lazy artwork is still preferable to the opposite, which is all too common these days.

I agree that a good record/etc. with shit artwork is preferable to a horrible sounding one with solid artwork, but it’ll never be not dispiriting to see/hear the former combination, I don’t think it makes the argument that visuals/sounds are equally important any less valid either.

 on: July 06, 2020, 11:50:27 PM 
Started by accidental - Last post by Balor/SS1535

Don't go to much on it, but seems a nice one.

Are there any discussion there, or just sharing album downloads?

There was some discussions if i remember well

I have come across the forum a couple of times, and always thought that it looked interesting.  From the looks of it, a lot of the userbase/language-used is Russian or something.  I will have to look through it more closely.

Best to run in Chrome with auto translate. I've only poked my head in there now and again as it wasn't super active, at least not in the subforums I was interested in.

Good idea.  I think I might check it out more closely.

 on: July 06, 2020, 11:06:13 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by aububs
deadly orifice is a different person

but they do have a release on rrr

 on: July 06, 2020, 10:54:31 PM 
Started by Levas - Last post by Bleak Existence
Charlie Daniels

 on: July 06, 2020, 10:45:06 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by theotherjohn
My bad, for some reason the [ img ] function doesn't seem to work for me sometimes on here. I had to quote your post to see the url and image you linked to.

 on: July 06, 2020, 10:36:00 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by absurdexposition
Isn't the soundtrack included as downloadable mp3s on the Criterion DVD release?

Yes, see screenshot in my post. Absolutely deserves a proper release, though.

Tepepa (Giluio Petroni, 1969)

The Mexican guerilla leader Tepepa and his gang fight against the chief of police, Cascorro.

The 1000th film I've watched since August 1, 2011...

A lengthy Zapata western starring Thomas Milian and John Steiner, with Orson Welles poking his big bad sweaty colonel face in on occasion.

Spurred on to watching following the news of Ennio Morricone’s passing. His score, conducted by another great Italian composer, Bruno Nicolai, is relatively simple with a sentimental main theme that overall didn’t grab me, but when those Mexican vihuela guitars kick in it goes just as hard as the Dollars trilogy themes.

This is the 34th Morricone-scored film I've seen, and that's still only 9% of the 350+ films he's worked on.

So many favourites scored by Morricone, across decades and across genres. Spaghetti westerns, giallo, horror. Thinking of the great scores to Who Saw Her Die? and Kill the Fatted Calf and Roast It with creepy children chorales, the grandiose scale of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, not to mention Black Belly of the Tarantula, The Big Gundown, The Thing, Days of Heaven, many an Argento... He’s almost peerless in his versatility, ingenuity and longevity. A true legend.

RIP Maestro. Viva Morricone!

 on: July 06, 2020, 10:29:30 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by Johann
Is Nobuo Yamada actually Richard Rupenus?  The couple of things I've heard are good...really good, but the level of homage is weird, like cult worship.  And I have a difficult time taking Artbreakhotel seriously.  There's just something about that name that triggers me even more than all the stupid noisecore that doesn't faze me.  This is a great listen:


the vitrine tape ABH Dragged and the one on Regional Bears are both excellent as well

 on: July 06, 2020, 10:15:36 PM 
Started by [MBD] - Last post by [MBD]
Item sold, this thread can now be removed.

 on: July 06, 2020, 09:56:05 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by jbalsinek
A Troniks/Chondritic Sound recollections forum thread could be an entertaining read. One of the stories that I loved from it was this very troubled teenager who joined and started sharing videos of him making vocal noise screaming into his computer's microphone in his messy bedroom. RRRon sort of pulled him under his wing and gave him some encouragement (he may have even made a Recycled tape for his project?), and everyone else tried to offer him some genuine help and support too. He evidently had some serious emotional/personal problems though, and due to all the chaos in his home life, his parents in sheer desperation told him that they were going to send him off to military school - subsequently he disappeared from the forum. A few years later, he came back on the forum out of the blue to post about how joining the military was the BEST thing that could ever happen in his life. He gained discipline and earned a high rank/position (I think he ultimately got recruited into the Navy SEALs?), got to travel the world and do cool things in life that he never could have dreamed of, made lifelong friends and started a family. He shared some cool photos, thanked everyone who helped and encouraged him whilst he was still dabbling in noise, and then disappeared again. Very inspiring to read. I hope he's still keeping well wherever he is these days.

I remember him and the story from the forums. Went by Robert something. I believe one of his projects was called Deadly Orifice? I thought it all happened on the Noiseman433 forum but I guess it was Chondritic or Troniks, it's all a bit of a blur for me...

And yes, I hope he's still okay wherever he is as well.

 on: July 06, 2020, 09:07:22 PM 
Started by L.White - Last post by L.White
update on July 6th, still available:

Bizarre Uproar Rape Africa CD
Bound Final Signs CDR
Brethren Within Death You Will Be Free CDR in DVD Box
Brethren Alienated And Radicalized FA-CD-069
Brethren Savage Inequalities Freak CD 027
Control Resistance Declaration 1994-2011 (CD, Comp) CD
Deathkey Hammer Of Aryan Terror CD
Deathkey Totenkopf CD EP
Disthroned Agony / Genocide Lolita Split CDr
Genocide Lolita Direkt Aktion Kommandos CDr
Genocide Organ Remember DLP lim. 481/1000
Genocide Organ / Rasthof Dachau Schmerztherapie 93 VHS PAL
Gift Shoah (Steinklang SK7-08) 7'
Green Army Fraction Norrlandsvisor CDr mini
Green Army Fraction Spear Of Tradition CDR
Green Army Fraction Caste War - Back In Their Place CD
Green Army Fraction Chlorophyll Flood CDr
Green Army Fraction Chlorophyll Flood CD
Green Army Fraction Destructive Power CDr
Green Army Fraction / Third Mind Basement Conspiracy CDR
Grey Wolves, The Victory Through Violence LP
Hatekod Death To Democracy CDr mini
HWR / Hatekod Totenmarsch / anti-NWO CDR (UFA 43) CDr A5 lim. 131/58
Leichenhalle Bloodsoil CDR
Lone Wolf Insurgent Hunter tape
Nicole 12 Lolita Love CDr mini
Nicole 12 Substitute CD
Nicole 12 / Taint Candyman CD
Rasthof Dachau Schmerztherapie LP
Rasthof Dachau Schmerztherapie CDr
Rasthof Dachau / Stalnoy Pakt Die Toten an die Lebenden 10"
Rosemary Malign & The Eugenics Council Dr. Randall Philipp CD
Sektion B Power Is Nothing Without Control tape
Streicher War Without End CD
Sturmführer Niemals Vergessen CD
V.A. Don't Hunt, What You Can't Kill 3xCD
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 1 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 2 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 3 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 4 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 5 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 6 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 7 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 8 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 9 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 10 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 11 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 12 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 13 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 14 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 15 CDr
V.A. The New Wave Complex Vol. 16 CDr
V.A. The Stormer tape

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