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  1. Sort of sounds like Plaid songwriting structure with some industrial influence. Has some odd time signatures thrown in there with some solid melody writing. I've been playing this a lot lately. https://redpvramid.bandcamp.com/album/vital-force
  2. I've been listening to a lot of noise music this past year, and decided now would be a good time to dedicate a thread to it. By noise, I mean power electronics, harsh noise, industrial (the more experimental non-EBM variety) and more abrasive avant-garde music. But feel free to post anything in the general spirit of noise here, be it noise rock or whatever. As long as it's good and noisy post it here. I was lucky enough to pick up two Thirteen Hurts CDs at this year's Victoria Noise Fest, both of which are top notch amazing noise albums. This is a video of him recording one track off of his Chemtrails album: Unfortunately it's tough to find anything of his online as he seems to be a physical-release-only artist. But both albums are definitely worth the $10 or whatever it is. You can contact him on his facebook fan page if interested: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thirteen-Hurts-13Hz/273233096049035 --super friendly guy. Fun fact: his studio is solar powered. Another album that blew me away this year is schallbruch - WakeGaze, available for free here: http://redvenicerecords.bandcamp.com/album/wakegaze It's extremely well crafted, very dark and heavy-as-fuck. I wonder what this guy's background is, as it sounds like noise made by someone who has a long musical/studio history. Chefkirk's Harsh Digital Works Vol. 1 is a another release that really grabbed me this year. As the title suggests, it is extremely harsh, digital noise, but there's something about his tones and textures that I find quite interesting. His treatment of sound is very distinctly his own. You can stream/download it for free here: http://bitbybit.bandcamp.com/album/harsch-digital-works-vol-i Die-Burial-Rot is another texturally compelling noise artist whose track names are fantastic. Case in point, The Hideous Death Cries of a Million Investment Bankers Parts 1 + 2: https://soundcloud.com/die-burial-rot/sets/hdcmib Both he and Chefkirk have a very minimal approach that really highlights each individual sound. Another favorite for me this year was a collaboration release from John Wiese and Lasse Marhaug entitled County and Western (actual release was 2010). The tracks are like collages of jagged percussive sound bites interwoven together with blasts of feedback and static. It's effective in its use of dynamics, making the really noisy sections absolutely devastating. These guys really know their shit. Unfortunately this was the only excerpt I could find on youtube, and it's one of the less noteworthy moments on the album: -I may or may not have found the download on a pirate's blogspot... but if I did, I will definitely be purchasing the physical one day because it is excellent. And of course everyone's at least heard of Merzbow, but he releases so much stuff it can be difficult to know where to start. Of the 50+ that I've heard, 1930, Pulse Demon, Venerology and Noise Embryo and Surabhi are all standouts. His mid 90's period was his best imo. It's not music you can really appreciate on a shitty system or from a shitty youtube stream, as I think getting immersed in the sound is essential for this music. But here's a shitty youtube stream of a Pulse Demon track anyway: Actually this is still somehow hitting the spot even through my lap top speakers. But hearing it on good headphones while walking along the breakwater is a truly awe-inspiring experience. Okay, that's enough for now. Let's hear your noise recommendations!
  3. Also will have this track already released on L.I.E.S. 2020 promo comp: Limited cassette already out, few copies still available: https://liesrecords.com/products/ye-gods-dumah-cassette-lies-157 Vinyl and digitals will be on Bandcamp: https://liesrecords.bandcamp.com/music Have kept my eyes on this and really stoked this is about to hit BC soon. His earlier release on Panzerkreuz was solid. Even Rich approved and included a track from it to his Printworks set. Digitals here:
  4. Recorded live in one take; all mistakes intentional. 01) Regis :: Everything Is Ahead Of Us [Downwards] 02) Aleksi Perälä :: UK74R1721041 [AP Musik] 03) Ambulance :: Caitríona Chéile [Open Ear] 04) Uun :: Scythe And Sickle [Dynamic Reflection] 05) Rrose :: Dissolve [Eaux] 06) Orphx :: Aurora [Khemia Records] 07) Silent Servant :: The Strange Attractor [Hospital Productions] 08) Surgeon :: Bad Hands Break Pt II [Dynamic Tension Records] 09) Aleksi Perälä ‎:: UKMH51900043 [трип] 10) Geeez 'n' Gosh :: Body And Soul [Mille Plateaux] 11) Leonce :: Penetration Testing [Morph Tracks] 12) Oscar Mulero :: Leence [Hospital Productions] 13) Ceephax Acid Crew :: Static [Breakin' Records] 14) Nathan Micay :: Beginning Ballads [Whities] 15) Sunken Foal :: Six Figure Salary [Front End Synthetics] 16) DIN :: Euphorium [Ostgut Ton] 17) Rrose :: White/Drip [Sandwell District] 18) Sidewinder :: Brain Danage [Amniote Editions] 19) Daniel Avery :: Sensation (Rrose Remix) [Phantasy Sound] 20) Minced Oath :: Truth Serum [Countersunk]
  5. Hi Folks It's been a long time since I posted here. I wanted to share something new I've been working on, a new EP I just released on May 1st that I hope people here would really enjoy. This is a vivid reimagined vision of a time when Irish Country legend Big Tom and his Mainliners were leaders of 'The Peoples Temple' in Monaghan back in the late 70's and would travel around the country summoning new followers for the sacred dances around stone circles and beaches. His followers would come down the Four Country Roads in droves, the Smithwicks would be flowing and be tainted with thee auwl Magick Mushroomz, the masses would be waltzing and jiving around large fires howling to the skies as the sun rises as the big beat keeps on thumping.The music in this EP is a mixutre of old and new music Shammen Delly produced in his 'Dunge' up north in Donegal, which sounds like a surreal noise fest of oneric distorted whirling warbly synth chords and thoughts of 70's German Krautrock emotional mellotrons, blending in hidden country bass lines, and a wash of psychedelic industrialistic rhythms and downtempo decrepit trip-hop big beats, and organic recordings of piano,harmonium, and personal tape recordings from Friel's family members throughout the past taken from an old tape the producers mother recorded when she was a kid. There's a tapemix I made from Tascam Portastudio 424mkIII sessions titled 'An Evocation to Tonduff' for your listening pleasure also. Listen/Buy here: https://shammendelly.bandcamp.com/album/the-peoples-temple-ov-big-tom
  6. i have decided this morning that it is time i finally put together a band. a band that will blow minds. i have a vision, but it is blurry as of yet. some background: recently i played fretless bass on halloween doing a goth miley cyrus cover thing. i was actually amazed how cool it sounded to play fretless with overdrive and reverb and it actually turned out amazing and the chemistry between me and the guitar player was good. he does like drone shit but he's generally versatile. a bit too much of a stoner at times but not retarded level. either way, i found the experience of playing in a 'dark' band to be actually quite exhilarating. i used to play punk, moved on to classical and then jazz. and of course i make electronic music. but the whole thing, the presentation, how much the crowd loved the drama, the theatre of the thing. it was awesome. so i'm gonna make a band. i'm gonna be the front man. i'm gonna contort myself into weird poses and come up with a strange hair-do. these things are going to happen. i got a drummer on lock who is down, he knows how to tackle any style. plus he's bald so that's kind of aesthetically cool. guitar guy is super skinny with long hair and big beard. i'm salv, u kno me. so i'm trying to draw from a lot of sources to synthesize the aesthetic i want to achieve. so i will list off some influences. - DAF. "alles ist gut". want to have dissonance and darkness and quietness - bauhaus noodly guitar noises - nitzer ebb synths - einsturzende neubauten brutality - aenima era tool live performances. i want to be all weirdly contorting and having that interplay of soft/loud - korn. a bit of 'falling away from me'. not the vocals but some of the general production and harshness - sonic youth. want to use the kind of alternate tunings and jangly bits. later era stuff with jim o'rourke. ambient loop soundscapes. - mick karn fretless bass style stuff - diamanda galas - NIN obvs - holy music such as gregorian chant and tibetan shit. out there stuff. microtones. but somehow fuse things together in a way where everything is dark and bewildering and in your face at times but then fading into shimmering ambience and drone. want it to feel like a continuous experience that fuckin blows the minds of the audience. drama. excitement. weirdness. just the whole damn package. so yeah just like gimme stuff i should listen to to get the creative juices flowin. i mean they are flowin. sort of. but i want them to gush, baby. make me gush, fuckers
  7. Theta - Reclaimed Structures Theta is an artist based in Tromso, Norway. He develops sounds that are inspired by nature and technology, but mostly by the interaction and thresholds between the two and the dystopias this interaction can lead to. The result is often close to dark ambient, soaked through tamed noise passages that carry a crust punk tonality which flirts with existential black metal. The EP was released today on the Acroplane Recordings store at www.acroplane.org It will then be released via Bleep, Boomkat, Juno, Addictech and the usual big stores one week later, ie Monday 2nd December 2019. Cover art by Shift: http://futurorg.com Mastered by Ashmus Mastering If you're interested in reviewing the EP for your publication please email [email protected] for a promo. Tracklisting: 1. Kink 2. Kraken 3. Paramedic 4. Vermin
  8. ...........................................................Out Now.............................................................. On Limited Edition Cassette / CD and Digital Download from: https://indifferentspace.bandcamp.com/album/acrelid-illegal-rave-tapes-volume-08
  9. ZONAL, the brainchild of Justin Broadrick (Godflesh/Jesu/JK Flesh) and Kevin Martin (The Bug/Ming Midas Sound) present their monumental Relapse Records debut, "Wrecked". ZONAL continues where their previous collaboration Techno Animal left off, and combines a brutal ongoing obsession with beats, bass, dub, drone, noise and riff. Under their new guise, the enigmatic duo push the parameters and atmospheres that have earned them critical acclaim further and deeper; ZONAL's sound has become ever more corrupted, corroded, slower and lower; with the theme of exploring inner/outer space acts as the gelling agent for this shockingly monolithic sound. Anyone who witnessed their sonic destruction and lyrical detonation c/o MOOR MOTHER at both ROADBURN and UNSOUND festivals will not be disappointed by the slo-mo meltdown. Tracklisting 1.Body of Wire (featuring Moor Mother) 2.In a Cage (featuring Moor Mother) 3.System Error (featuring Moor Mother) 4.Medulla (featuring Moor Mother) 5.Catalyst (featuring Moor Mother) 6.No Investigation (featuring Moor Mother) 7.Wrecked 8.Debris 9.Black Hole Orbit 10.S.O.S. 11.Alien Within 12.Stargazer Get your pre-orders in on Relapse after previewing the immense System Error off the LP, as well as this banging free two-track EP the boys put out earlier this year. Then there's a pretty cool interview as well, with the lads nerding out over their Elektron gear. Street date, Oct 25.
  10. would you recommend any good gritty stompy music? in the style of: * universal indicator (green) * perc https://perctrax.bandcamp.com/track/toxic-nrg * trip i've only recently begun to explore gabba+industrial kind of music, but i'm having trouble finding good stripped down gabber.. (without the vocals and the fluff) if you know what i mean. do you watmm'ers have any good advices? thanks a lot!
  11. Dreadcore - Schematics Dark electronics blending early DnB, atmospheric soundtracks and decayed tape-loop aesthetics from Oslo based artist Dreadcore. Tracks 1 and 6 feature Theta: thetasounds.org Artwork by INTERFERON Mastering by Ashmus Mastering Released today, Monday 3rd June at the Acroplane Store at www.acroplane.org To be released via Bleep, Boomkat, Addictech, Juno, Itunes and the usual big stores on Monday 10th June.
  12. BBC.WS1 LA SANTA - PAX MAFIOSA Out Friday 16th of November - PRE-ORDER STARTS TODAY: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/pax-mafiosa CALABRIA, Southern Italy — a landscape of unmarked graves hidden by abandoned construction sites left as monuments to a corrupt state; a code of silence masking a culture of extreme cruelty; age-old folk traditions and occulted religious rites which refuse to acknowledge the passing of time; the secret brotherhoods; the holy bloodline and birthplace of the ‘Ndrangheta - part business, part religious order and part ancient military, now one of the most powerful organised crime groups in the world. Broken Britain Cassettes inaugurates its World Service imprint with Pax Mafiosa, the first dispatch from La Santa, a native Calabrese, who delivers a concoction of ceremonial death chants, phone tappings and initiation rituals. Based around collaged samples from an inherited record collection, Pax Mafiosa invokes visceral fear and spiritual ecstasy with biting electronics and harrowing field recordings. In Calabria the sacred and the profane are not mutually exclusive. The name ‘La Santa’ refers to both the Virgin Mary and the highest, most secretive level of The ‘Ndrangheta, a secret society within a secret society which links the top bosses with freemasons and extremist terror organisations. Pax Mafiosa is a sonic mapping of this dysfunctional marriage of mafia and religion. “Giuro di portare sempre con me questa boccetta di veleno e, se per disgrazia dovessi tradire questi nuovi fratelli di Santa, di avvelenarmi con le mie stesse mani.” _ wannamarchi.club radio show with La Santa featuring a special mix with music that inspired the release:https://soundcloud.com/wannamarchi-club/199radio-3rd-november-2018-with-la-santa _ PRE-ORDER PAX MAFIOSA NOW: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/pax-mafiosa
  13. My latest dark ambient track. All comments/critiques welcome. https://soundcloud.com/sanctivv/final-hour
  14. WANNAMARCHI.CLUB SUMMER EXPO 2018 Out this Friday on Cassette + Digital WANNAMARCHI.CLUB presents SUMMER EXPO 2018, a 30 minute mixtape of forthcoming material from a multinational cabal of artists. With twenty tracks in as many styles, there is something here for everyone to dislike. This conglomeration of wannamarchi.club, Broken Britain Cassettes and NKT affiliates includes luminaries such as Coil collaborator and Alabama 3 member Orlando Harrison, ethnomusic legend Roberto Musci, a menagerie of emerging artists as well as renegade outsiders coaxed out of the shadows for their recording debuts. The reaches of this international network knows no bounds. August is a wicked month but this Summer shall burn forever! PRE-ORDER NOW: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/summer-expo-2018 _
  15. NKT005 PRESIDIOMODELO - ВНУТРЕННЯЯ ИМПЕРИЯ Out this Friday on Cassette + Digital The Shaman - older than Christ - survives an endless winter of over two millennia as if preserved in permafrost like the mammoths and prehistoric horses littering the bowels of his mother Siberia. The Shaman - named ‘the priest of the devil’ by dutch explorers - endures the horror of the Soviet labour camps. He has access to the Axis and inhabits more worlds than one. NKT presents The Inner Empire , the new work from Siberian trio presidiomodelo where misty atmospheres are infused with a murky, industrial aesthetic. Following previous NKT investigations into inner conflict and alienation, The Inner Empire is a meditation on themes of self confinement and interior exile. Originally composed for theatre, here revisited to include the full original recordings, presidiomodelo ’s release is an evocative thirty minute journey that burrows deep like the diamond mines. Rumbling synths oscillate amongst delicate beds of chimes whilst ghostly chants and guttural tones vibrate around the sound of handmade instruments and hypnotic drums, all immersed into the humid Siberian forest.
The soundtrack drifts unbroken throughout sections as if shifting through different thresholds of consciousness, dilating time and projecting images of ancient scenes and archaic practices. The Inner Empire also reflects the feeling of mismatch between private and public persona in the modern world. It carries a primordial sense of imprisonment and inescapability, a familiar yet inaccessible inner empire. PRE-ORDER NOW: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/the-inner-empire _
  16. [bandcamp width=350 height=786 album=612819565 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=7137dc] This is an album I made and I think it's pretty good. I hope you guys enjoy it too! :biggrin:
  17. I just released my third album, Pt.3. It's sick and has a unique sound to it. You owe it to yourself to give it a shot, and that's not just me being egotistical or trying to hype it up. If you don't like it, that's cool, but I'm going places and imagine how cool you would feel saying "I listened to Punch Cards before she was popular". And you'll never know whether you like it or not until you try it obviously. BTW, my next album is going to be even better than this one, so keep your eyes peeled. Anyway, I really hope you enjoy the album! https://punchcards.bandcamp.com/album/pt-3
  18. Primary Node - Aeolipile Primary Node return to Acroplane Recordings for their 2nd release, following on from the extremely well received 2016 debut LP My Part in this Downfall. Aeolipile continues a varied approach to techno and analogue sonic manipulation, yet arguably delivers a more dancefloor-focussed release. Two excellent remixes from long term Acroplane contributors Swarm Intelligence (Voitax, Ad Noiseam, Acroplane) and Dead Sound (Perc Trax, Null+Void, Acroplane) close out an EP that marks a fresh statement of intent for both artist and label. 1. Wrangling Seagulls 2. Heron's Ball 3. LBK MLS 4. Obstruct Distortion 5. TimeRave Zero 6. Wrangling Seagulls (Swarm Intelligence Remix) 7. TimeRave Zero (Dead Sound Remix) Available now from the Acroplane Bandcamp store at www.acroplane.org Then released via Bleep, Boomkat, Itunes, Amazon, Juno, Clone and the usual big stores Monday 18th June 2018.
  19. https://nordra.bandcamp.com/album/i-was-meant-to-live-in-a-garden-live Couldn't find any press for this killer new cassette so here's an older write-up from last year:
  20. hello people, in preparation of christmas and our lovely Deathemberfezt (http://telegra.ph/2212---0201-DEATHEMBERFEZT-mit-exLEp%C3%A4ng-12-12) we, exLEpäng!, have started a little christmas calender. every day a new mix from us and friends. enjoy! ...and if you're near leipzig between Dec 22th - Jan 2nd come around and have a beer with us! cheers! DOOR#24 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng24-lord-of-wtf DOOR#23 DOOR#22 DOOR#21 DOOR#20 DOOR#19 DOOR#18 DOOR#17 DOOR#16 DOOR#15 DOOR#14 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng14-mellow DOOR#13 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng13-eine_million DOOR#12 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng12-tilo_roth DOOR#11 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng11-marshall DOOR#10 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang10-disput-acid-drill-idm DOOR#9 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang09-mellow-breakcore-radau DOOR#8 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/pang08-nur_hechtsuppen DOOR#7 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng07-caedes DOOR#6 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng06-firle DOOR#5 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng05-aehm DOOR#4 DOOR#3https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng03-katyes DOOR#2 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng02-dj_hells DOOR#1 https://soundcloud.com/exlepaeng/paeng01-tilo_roth
  21. free download on bandcamp Three tracks of nanoloop minimalist techno/IDM. All created on the fly with minimal edits and only mild EQ/compression.
  22. White label 12" from Panzerkreuz. Dirty blend of Acid techno and industrial with a touch of noise. Really looking forward to this, or actually to be specific really looking forward this to end up on Bandcamp (fingers crossed) but the vinyl people better grab it while they can. Redeye says that it's expected on the 7th of August but who knows. Juno has some wicked samples: http://www.juno.co.uk/products/lycurgus-panzer-1020/652443-01/
  23. "i know there are a lot of threads in the internet but i want to ask the experts of watmm ;)" so i would like to make noise, power electronics, ambient kind of music but with "real" gear ,i can create this kind of sounds very easy in DAW but i dont think its the real deal. I´m thinking of contemporary noise artists like wolf eyes, prurient, pharmakon, and so on... whats the cheapest way to start ? i always see casette players, a mixer, pedals, microphone....
  24. these have nothing to do with jazz https://soundcloud.com/soothsayer-1/observation https://soundcloud.com/soothsayer-1/peak-nothing https://soundcloud.com/soothsayer-1/heatwave-braced https://soundcloud.com/soothsayer-1/what-the-body-remembers https://soundcloud.com/soothsayer-1/videotape-straight-to-video that's a lot, thanks for listening to any or all.
  25. https://bleep.com/release/75702-les-gracies-low-doses https://www.discogs.com/de/Les-Graci%C3%A9s-Low-Doses/release/9357872 It's good
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