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  1. 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!
  2. I am starting a new radio show, the first episode is tonight, 9pm GMT via https://soundartradio.org.uk/ "The Tump Clump" is just an hour, once a month, of mainly new music I have discovered from all over the place. A mix of vinyl / digital and me chattering. Taking in noise, drone, improv, experimental, industrial, techno and even some sludge drone metal stuff this time. Basically, my usual melting pot (if anyone has read my zines its like that) This was recorded in my shed. Due to covid restrictions still in place - live broadcasting is not possible for everyone yet from the real studios. I recorded it live in one take and you can tell as I fluff up a few times and my vocals are quiet / mashed a bit with the vox I added. Hey ho. A learning experience. The music is the key. From the studios I plan to do live vinyl mixes plus I want to do a live techno/noise jam with my hardware. And I am allowed phone interviews too if anyone fancies it - lol - no swearing tho. Artwork by the fantastic blackcloudsummoner - I feature one of the collaborative tracks with Territorial Gobbing under the WET MIRROR name. Always looking for new tunes to play in future shows so HMU. Shows will go up on Mixcloud after - Ill stick links up here after. Cheers Soloman Tump
  3. https://fxbip.bandcamp.com/album/reach Some more bip braindance trx.
  4. Experiments in industrial-noise soundscapes. Love the first experimental acid track a lot. Really digging this. ''Force Majeure’s self-titled six-track debut LP of noisy soundscapes, illbient beats and experimental techno drops as a digital release on French label Concrete Collage on 13 April 2022. This short LP traverses a dark path into noisy and dense layers of processed sound – brooding and powerful in its intent, but still retaining some intricacy and dynamics.''
  5. Noticed that there aren't really any JC-L threads on here so I thought I'd make one cause I find his music absolutely mesmerising (his In Summer EP and Songs of Forgiveness album in particular). - Does anyone have any his physicals or has anyone been to one of his shows?
  6. Hey! Just finished up our RPM challenge, and wanted to share with you all. It starts out with more “normal” electronic music and then descends into experimental noise and ambient chaos. Inspired by the writings of Rick Remender, specifically Black Science- traveling thru alternate layers of reality like an onion. It’s free to download here: https://ccundefined.bandcamp.com/album/nacreous-allium The challenge info is here: https://www.rpmchallenge.com Thanks for checking it out! Enjoy!
  7. Originally created for the SHTO outdoor sound event held July 24, 2021, in Voronezh, Russia: instagram.com/shtoevent. Expanded and edited further in February 2022. released February 4, 2022
  8. Dismal Chant “Benzene Hyacinth” on Declassified Affairs. C30 tape individually dubbed in real time with 4 page booklet 30 minutes of Gulf War Syndrome heavy electronics. A corroded monument to the war crimes immortalized by the never ending stream of broadcast news imagery. Windswept marches to the ends of the earth. The minds eye sees all. A diamond on the horizon. Raytheon Youth death cult! Benzene Hyacinth by Dismal Chant Preview video
  9. https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202109 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202108 https://tokinogakecollective.bandcamp.com/album/202105 there's another release i was too lazy to embed...but basically this is a few musicians, some of which i'm fans of (IKTS, nankotsuteacher, etc.) who are just compiling i guess sorta collaborative stuff and weird bits together into these kinda wild albums. i've only grabbed one so far but they've all got choice bits in there. definitely more on the experimental tip, but really there's a little bit of something for everyone. getting some sorta ICASEA/Gescom vibes at times.
  10. https://andregoncalves.bandcamp.com/album/grnlr Bogdan shared this on tweeter and just listened to most of it, really nice stuff. from earlier this year, kinda tense and tending towards experimental and a touch of noise perhaps.
  11. this one came out a few months ago on SUPERPANG and i've been listening to it a hell of a lot. it didn't terribly impress me on first blush, but it's one of those that really reveals itself on further listens: lots of dark ambience/noise/drama but never cheesy or tryharding to be 'soundtrack' stuff or whatever, but also not full on weird/experimental like a lot of SUPERPANG hits me as. feels wrong tagging it as 'ambient' just cause there's no beats because it's really anything but background music. anyway, will probably be on my top 10 this year, really worth checking out imo https://tomhall.bandcamp.com/album/failed-attempts-at-silence
  12. From Decal/Legion Of Two... https://frontendsynthetics.bandcamp.com/album/feedback-loops-1
  13. I'm not familiar Novi_sad, but today sees the release of his first album for Raster. Already loving this. Field recordings intermingle with diaphanous tones, sometimes punctuated by moments of noise. Oceania starts off the album with processed field recordings, soon delivers a gut punch, before the relaxing again. One of those tracks that will give you a jolt if you've got your music on shuffle. I've been very impressed with the direction Raster has taken since the dissolution of Raster-Noton.
  14. Myself (as Soloman Tump) and Stone Jaw followed up our 2020 split, and created a socially distanced collaborative dungeon synth/noise/drone/weird thing that we christened Clairvont. We each worked independently on layers of sound, not knowing what the other was preparing, only guided by a rough duration. Sounds like it could be a complete clusterfuck, right?! Well, actually it turned out to be semi-cohesive and it helped us come up with the project name and premise. We layered our sections, and with some simple volume / EQ control, The First was created.
  15. Picked this up this week. New band for me, although they were active back in the last decade and broke up in 2008. This music is emotionally crushing - maybe not the sound you want to hear in current times. Still amazing. Boomkat describe it best. https://boomkat.com/products/going-places-390db797-a1cb-433d-ac4a-63aeb8652548
  16. https://ladalaika.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-absence-of-purpose
  17. Ourson - Night Lily minimal noise drones for television static. an A/V project, ongoing. thought i'd post this here since bandcamp lifted their fees today. i hope you guys are well/staying safe. the visuals for title track. made in OBS:
  18. ghost cell V by Sanjuro77 Fifth year of my annual generative experiments. Featuring TR606 QS, Nord G2, Organelle, PreenFM2, Future Retro Zillion, Microcell, Morphagene, 0-Coast & laptop.
  19. https://kgsoundie.bandcamp.com/album/loom
  20. 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
  21. 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.
  22. Didn't see a thread for this, dropped on June 28. Been a fan since AFTRYK, and this sounds really good! https://avianstore.bandcamp.com/album/entangled
  23. Hey guys, thought I'd post this here in case any of you guys were into it. New release on Love Love coming very soon....don't worry, we will be releasing some acid soon! ;) ------------------------------------------------------ ‘Gentle Persuaders’ is the Love Love debut from London based neo-noise-jazz outfit Sly & The Family Drone. In the form of a four track long player, Sly vomit forth a smooth serving of curious and clattering noise not devoid of fun. With the ingredients of shattering baritone saxophone, splurges of analogue noise, rolling drum derangements and snarling feedback it is immediately clear that these formidable noise-mongers have honed their methods of ear-attack adeptly. Textural spaces are peppered with bouts of densely packed controlled-chaos creating a tension that builds almost imperceptibly until the crushing pay-off that comes with the final track. The politest of bludgeonings, ‘Gentle Persuaders’ has a real sense of cohesion and style, at times subtle and at others shudderingly direct. With their unusual and interactive live shows, the group cut their teeth stunning the audiences of punk and noise scenes across the UK and Europe. Now, Sly & The Family Drone present their most complete recording to date; a rush of sheer ataxia ushering in a new age of noise. Available to pre-order on 12" and all digital formats from www.loveloverecords.net releases April 26, 2019
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