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« Reply #8505 on: April 16, 2022, 09:02:36 AM »

Thanks for the kind words. Those interested in Nuori Veri lyrics can get in touch: brownhillmafia@gmail.com. I've made some crude translations.
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« Reply #8506 on: April 16, 2022, 02:44:10 PM »

Vincent Dallas – DOKTERSBEZOEK Narcolepsia c20

Vincent Dallas returns with his third release on Narcolepsia. The relatively new Belgian artist to the scene who made an impression with his Manische Hyperaktiviteit tape on the Finnish Satatuhatta label returns with a slightly different, but equally satisfying release. The immediate difference I notice between this material and the last tape is it's a lot crustier. Overall, the sound is more rough and lo-fi with the perfect level of grit. The material has characteristics that could definitely be described as the "broken electronics" sound that Oskar was discussing recently on one of the private WCN Patreon episodes. Think somewhere in the ballpark of the Sewer Election & Treriksroset "Rågsved" release. Really filthy, sputtery, and jagged tones of gear on their last breath.

Excellent, excellent release. Excited by each new tape from the artist and very much anticipating the Fantoom Klank cassette.

Scathing – Tunneling Flesh Mound Narcolepsia c20
Kenny's development of style has been exciting to listen to for the last few years. First got his self-titled tape on Idiopathic Records (whatever happened to this label? Put out quality material) and enjoyed his multiple tapes and CD release on Oxen. That first untitled c20 on Oxen was especially good and the 74-minute monolithic recent full-length CD "A Capital Beneath The Waves" is a very rewarding listen.  

Anyway, Side A of Tunneling Flesh Mound is the fast-paced and scorching cut-up style Kenny does so well. Full-on non-stop blasting feedback and distortion. Side B showcases some of the more finesse and editing prowess of the artist and exhibits an ebb and flow of dynamics. Starts off with a more atmospheric build-up and then starts darting in and out of harsh shaker box blasts, then into subdued grinding machinery loops, and back out again.

An artist that knows how to go full throttle but also tapers his releases with well thought out dynamics, very strong tape and a new favorite from his many solid releases!
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« Reply #8507 on: April 18, 2022, 07:44:23 PM »

Moozzhead - "Waist Watchers Anonymous‎"
Moozzhead - "Adventures in Modern Erotics"
Moozzhead - "The Doors Of Perfection"


Three new Moozz tapes, in for a treat! Dormant for 20 years, now erupting and spitting quality harsh noise tapes here and there! Material has taken big leaps since the first tape after "comeback". But out of these three "The Doors Of Perfection" shows most improvement, a lot of new techniques which bring colour and twist to the deal. Definate must haves for anyone into good ripping harsh noise! Best part is, I am sure there is lots of more to come!
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« Reply #8508 on: April 18, 2022, 11:19:38 PM »

Thanks for the kind words. Those interested in Nuori Veri lyrics can get in touch: brownhillmafia@gmail.com. I've made some crude translations.

I’ll send an email shortly. Great work.
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« Reply #8509 on: April 19, 2022, 01:11:21 AM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
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Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”
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« Reply #8510 on: April 19, 2022, 11:17:22 AM »

Little Seed - Golgotha [Lor Teeps] , 1987 tape : Orthodox Easter week here i picked this up to listen. Thematic release, the soundtrack to bloody stories from the bible, in 80s experimental fashion. Text is spoken to go fit with the music flow. 2 side-long tracks of various parts / stories with ambient interconnects. Atmosphere is easy, relaxed with some moments of tension. Musically simple but beautiful. Not something to impress but it always leaves a good taste whenever i have played it. Though, you have to be in that mood [?] i guess. For a break, for something different, it's very fine for me. - It's on YouTube : https://youtu.be/c0SwWGzaOms?t=2459 . "I 've betrayed the innocent blood" .
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« Reply #8511 on: April 20, 2022, 05:57:15 AM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
Asrar

Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”

I have been thinking about picking this one up for a while.  Where does this line up in Pasi's discography so far?  Murky p.e. or more on the sharp feedback side?
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« Reply #8512 on: April 20, 2022, 12:31:45 PM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
Asrar

Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”

Someone really needs to do a tape or CD of all the BTS material. I am sure it can only be a total win.
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« Reply #8513 on: April 20, 2022, 06:12:36 PM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
Asrar

Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”

I have been thinking about picking this one up for a while.  Where does this line up in Pasi's discography so far?  Murky p.e. or more on the sharp feedback side?

More murky. Track one is rumbling junk metal loops, no piercing feedback. Track 2 sounds the most “musical” with use of droning bass and drumming, close to the sound of Vihameditaatio’s first track. Track 3 has long mid pitched undertone creating a sense of tension and anger. Subtle sample of torture (?) in background and vocals kick in. Very last bit of the B side is explosion of noise, a lot like BU’s earlier work.
The vocals sell the release. Very pissed.
Overall, the material sounds like a rehearsal session. That room recording sound that BU and other Finns are known for (and my personal favorite). Vocals almost sound like they’re recorded further away… or maybe no mic was used? Would be interesting to see the space.
As for tape release - I have heard a rumor of this being reissued with more material. Hopefully that’s a reality. Curiosity got the best of me so I went ahead and ordered the 10” anyway. Will most likely get the tape too.
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« Reply #8514 on: April 20, 2022, 07:13:08 PM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
Asrar

Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”

I have been thinking about picking this one up for a while.  Where does this line up in Pasi's discography so far?  Murky p.e. or more on the sharp feedback side?

More murky. Track one is rumbling junk metal loops, no piercing feedback. Track 2 sounds the most “musical” with use of droning bass and drumming, close to the sound of Vihameditaatio’s first track. Track 3 has long mid pitched undertone creating a sense of tension and anger. Subtle sample of torture (?) in background and vocals kick in. Very last bit of the B side is explosion of noise, a lot like BU’s earlier work.
The vocals sell the release. Very pissed.
Overall, the material sounds like a rehearsal session. That room recording sound that BU and other Finns are known for (and my personal favorite). Vocals almost sound like they’re recorded further away… or maybe no mic was used? Would be interesting to see the space.
As for tape release - I have heard a rumor of this being reissued with more material. Hopefully that’s a reality. Curiosity got the best of me so I went ahead and ordered the 10” anyway. Will most likely get the tape too.

Being an old fan of both BU and WOI, I'm buying this for sure. Sounds just right..
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« Reply #8515 on: April 20, 2022, 10:30:38 PM »

BLESS THE SICKNESS - “BLESS THE SICKNESS” 10”
Asrar

Total dirtbag electronics. Nothing trendy here. Minimal PE / loops from Pasi, hateful vox from Ravenlord (Woods of Infinity). I’ve been wanting this one for some time and finally pulled the trigger on it. Not disappointed! Asrar, of course, does a great job with the presentation. Nice thick cover and cardstock insert with full color print. “Pee for Bizarre Uproar.”

I have been thinking about picking this one up for a while.  Where does this line up in Pasi's discography so far?  Murky p.e. or more on the sharp feedback side?

More murky. Track one is rumbling junk metal loops, no piercing feedback. Track 2 sounds the most “musical” with use of droning bass and drumming, close to the sound of Vihameditaatio’s first track. Track 3 has long mid pitched undertone creating a sense of tension and anger. Subtle sample of torture (?) in background and vocals kick in. Very last bit of the B side is explosion of noise, a lot like BU’s earlier work.
The vocals sell the release. Very pissed.
Overall, the material sounds like a rehearsal session. That room recording sound that BU and other Finns are known for (and my personal favorite). Vocals almost sound like they’re recorded further away… or maybe no mic was used? Would be interesting to see the space.
As for tape release - I have heard a rumor of this being reissued with more material. Hopefully that’s a reality. Curiosity got the best of me so I went ahead and ordered the 10” anyway. Will most likely get the tape too.

Thanks for the quick review!  Sounds interesting for sure.  I think I might wait for an expanded tape version, as I don't listen to vinyl too much.  Any idea what label will be doing it?
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« Reply #8516 on: April 21, 2022, 11:58:31 AM »

Worth - Sacred Violence Noise (White Centipede Noise)

This is a mechanical onslaught of constant confusion and dismay, bursts of debilitated frequencies coming from every angle. Totally shameless and unforgiving. At first, you can't really hear the wild life and natural habitat of Nan because of the relentless and unhealthy aural psychosis smothering it.

Gorilla noise comes in next, caveman shit, creeping, oppressive. Everything sounds like it needs help. No aid in sight. Filthy feedback buries itself in a garden of Thailand agriculture and village routine. Blasted through a loudspeaker this could be reminiscent of Ghost Tape Number Ten used in Vietnam by the U.S. troops as a form of psychological warfare.

The user is, still, persistently trying to stop the feedback from escaping.

Things bleed through like blood rushing out of a fresh bullet-involved wound. By the end the listener may be able to make out the field recordings of roosters trapped in a kaleidoscope of derelict and neglected sound. This may have been the exact outcome the artist wanted in a spiritual journey to the East which makes it stand out alongside the rest of their discography.

The packaging is great and I have tricked a few people with the mouse trap upon opening it.

Up next Heretic Grail - With Ropes and Broken Will ‎(Angst)...
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« Reply #8517 on: April 28, 2022, 08:26:44 AM »

LR ”brother” 12”
Posh Isolation
Still very good. One sider vinyl with very minimal info. Meaning, no info at all. Without checking discogs, no recollection when this came out, but judging from material… sort of ”mid period LR” if that description makes sense!

Raymond Dijkstra "L'opus ch" LP
Everybody loves Raymond? This lp has really eerie soundscapes, mistreated piano, delay tricks, very simple but effective technology, resulting good things… My assumption is that this artists is appreciated by handful of guys who will grab ultra limited hand made items from him, but vast majority of people don't pay attention?

V/A Wenn All Bruder Schweigen" 10"
Kapellmeister records
compilation 10” that probably never makes it to anyones favorite lists, but is good for being specific era of euro industrial sound. Like how often you hear stuff like INADE is here? Bleak drum machine, speach on the back, very minimal electronics. Such a contrast to bombastic D.B track that came before it.
O.C. Track is really neat. it is quite unlike many of their tracks. Wouldn’t mind another O.C. Reissue collecting comp tracks.
Anenzephalia is bleak and very nice. Vocals quiet and buried below slow moving dark ”power electronics” soundscape. Also, compilation of Anenzephalia comp tracks would be more than welcome!
In recent times, I think G.O. has not submitted any masterworks to compilations. On this 10”, song ain’t dogday or WPF type of anthem, but good solid track with many of the known GO characteristics.
Con-Dom track been reissued on Shards… comp 2xCD, its painful high electronic sound with some choirs/hymn barely audible on the back.
While comp has no obvious hit songs, it presents the bleak and unique euro pe/industrial sound of this time and certainly good item to have.

Changes / Cavernous Condition split 10”
Neofolk split. Changes is one of my favorites on genre. CC here is utterly bizarre. Blunt acoustic guitar driven neofolk, but with… guttural almost death metal style growling! Damn… For lovers of eccentric bizarre music, this is quite a treat! It is sort of ballsy move to growl over neo folk like this, hehe…

IRM four studies for crucifixion 10”
Cold Meat
Its not very long since IRM was last on my turntable. If you want more early IRM sounding aggro vocals and harder sound, this 10” is good to go too. I like later works too, but I remember when IRM first started, it was pretty damn hard hitting new act that would be part of the shifting sound and production of ”power electronics” of early 00’s.
This is 20 years old release, but being Cold Meat release with fairly big print run and perhaps also 10” format, you can still get it cheap. Especially first track might have one of the most juicy and aggressive vocal sound of IRM releases.

T.G.V.T. "Paralysis" 10"
power & steel
It is very rare occasion I wonder how did the TGVT sound like. I do think about occasionally, as band has some unusual things. Lots of members, only few releases, name that always stick in my head since the 90’s.. I guess I have only this 10”, neither of the CD’s. I got also the LP of one of the members solo, Yoris Ondera on Tesco org. One of the Tesco titles that has been cheap for years and never seems to sell out, hah..
Anyways TGVT early 90’s German ritual industrial. At least some members lived in Mannheim and one of these guys ran studio responsible for mastering GO ”truth…” album in the 90’s. This is good mix of harder, almost death industrial type gloomy and grey soundscapes and almost tribal industrial elements. Always dark, though. Anyone has the TGVT CD’s How are they compared to 10”?

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« Reply #8518 on: April 28, 2022, 04:54:50 PM »

Just listened to Alessandra Zerbinati – Slice Me, I Love You Lathe cut 12" on OEC. Really like this. Yet have to see the accompanying DVDr. More infos here https://www.oldeuropacafe.com/catalog/category/slice-me-i-love-you.html or here https://cocaproject.art/artists/alessandra-zerbinati-coca20/
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« Reply #8519 on: April 28, 2022, 05:15:32 PM »

And right now, Bizarre Uproar - Mother DLP on Asrar. One of my favourite BU records. Nice to have it on vinyl too.
Really looking forward to new BU, hope it comes soon.

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