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My first "official" solo noise release, clocking in at just under 20 minutes. Takes in harsh noise, rhythms, synths bits and field recordings.

sounds like my kind of thing. thanks for sharing. already loving that opening :w00t:

 

this was really good. listening again

Thank you kindly. More on the way soon!

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Расчленённая ПугачОва aka academy maniacs (artem anoufriev and nikita lytkin) used to run this channel where they posted music videos to their own noise/grindcore experiments. a year after posting their last video, they began a murder spree that claimed 6 victims (1 child, 3 drunks and 2 homeless people).

 

https://youtu.be/VI0Aacr8sAc

 

 

their wiki

 

their discography 

 

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A new underground music podcast has set itself a mighty challenge: to listen to and discuss one-by-one the albums of Japanese noise godfather Merzbow. Each episode of Merzcast sees Greh Holger of Chondritic Sound and another musician or noise fan sit down together to absorb a particular album by Masami Akita and reflect on it afterwards.

 

http://www.merzcast.com/

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Dope af.  Might have to join them.

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Yeah, will listen to a few for sure.  Plenty of Merzbow I have never heard, so a good opportunity to dive into some of the rarer stuff and hear some critique on it.

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Posted this on the industrial thread and thought to ask here too if anyone knows noise similar to this:

 

 

So stuff right in the fine border of industrial and noise. Have tried some artists - many of them mentioned also on this thread - but most of the noise stuff is too, eh, high pitched and make my ears bleed. So I guess I'm more looking for stuff with little smoother edges. Kinda gives me the same feeling like some ambient; instead of listening to samples of calming sound of a waterfall I get a screeching sound of pouring stream of scrap.

 

One finnish record seller who is a serious noise veteran (Grunt, Clinic Of Torture) has a section in his shop called "hipster noise", maybe that's the exact genre I'm after here. :unsure:

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80's Merzbow

Skullflower

any James Ferraro release with a photocopied greyscale cover

 

:cisfor:

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Posted this on the industrial thread and thought to ask here too if anyone knows noise similar to this:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_JGH3wSayc

 

So stuff right in the fine border of industrial and noise. Have tried some artists - many of them mentioned also on this thread - but most of the noise stuff is too, eh, high pitched and make my ears bleed. So I guess I'm more looking for stuff with little smoother edges. Kinda gives me the same feeling like some ambient; instead of listening to samples of calming sound of a waterfall I get a screeching sound of pouring stream of scrap.

 

One finnish record seller who is a serious noise veteran (Grunt, Clinic Of Torture) has a section in his shop called "hipster noise", maybe that's the exact genre I'm after here. :unsure:

orphx rule.

 

Maybe check out the following, all favourites of mine in the quest for noise I like....

 

 

 

http://newforces.bandcamp.com/album/thought-reform

 

 

 

http://wormmonolith.bandcamp.com/album/worm-monolith

 

 

 

http://zaimph.bandcamp.com/album/rhizomatic-gaze

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80's Merzbow

Skullflower

any James Ferraro release with a photocopied greyscale cover

 

:cisfor:

I remember trying Merzbow and it fell pretty much into no no category. Same for other legends such as Genocide Organ, Anenzaphalia or BDN. Although don't have any clue if the Merzbow stuff I listened was indeed 80's stuff or his chicken releases or whatever so will give it another go. Have heard Skullflower mentioned but never checked it. Thanks! btw lol for the photocopies. Important aspect of any self respecting ug release with any credibility. Bonus points for pics of anything mutilated.

 

 

Posted this on the industrial thread and thought to ask here too if anyone knows noise similar to this:

 

So stuff right in the fine border of industrial and noise. Have tried some artists - many of them mentioned also on this thread - but most of the noise stuff is too, eh, high pitched and make my ears bleed. So I guess I'm more looking for stuff with little smoother edges. Kinda gives me the same feeling like some ambient; instead of listening to samples of calming sound of a waterfall I get a screeching sound of pouring stream of scrap.

 

One finnish record seller who is a serious noise veteran (Grunt, Clinic Of Torture) has a section in his shop called "hipster noise", maybe that's the exact genre I'm after here. :unsure:

orphx rule.

 

Maybe check out the following, all favourites of mine in the quest for noise I like....

 

 

 

http://newforces.bandcamp.com/album/thought-reform

 

 

 

http://wormmonolith.bandcamp.com/album/worm-monolith

 

 

 

http://zaimph.bandcamp.com/album/rhizomatic-gaze

 

Big thanks. For some reason I really can't get fully into other/later orphx. But the comp I posted is really something. Extra thanks for providing bandcamp releases! Dunno if I really need to know some tape editions from early 90's limited to 4 copies.

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Any Lust Vessel collectors? All their releases including the ones from their harsher sublabel Stiff Sanctorum are some of the best tapes I own. 

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New ALBERICH is collosal

 

Not necessarily noise, more industrial to be fair.

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NOISE IS DEAD.

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A new underground music podcast has set itself a mighty challenge: to listen to and discuss one-by-one the albums of Japanese noise godfather Merzbow. Each episode of Merzcast sees Greh Holger of Chondritic Sound and another musician or noise fan sit down together to absorb a particular album by Masami Akita and reflect on it afterwards.

 

http://www.merzcast.com/

 

 

not sure how i feel about this: they're selling cassette tapes of each episode

 

https://merzcast.bandcamp.com/merch

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A new underground music podcast has set itself a mighty challenge: to listen to and discuss one-by-one the albums of Japanese noise godfather Merzbow. Each episode of Merzcast sees Greh Holger of Chondritic Sound and another musician or noise fan sit down together to absorb a particular album by Masami Akita and reflect on it afterwards.

 

http://www.merzcast.com/

 

 

not sure how i feel about this: they're selling cassette tapes of each episode

 

https://merzcast.bandcamp.com/merch

 

 

lmao

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A new underground music podcast has set itself a mighty challenge: to listen to and discuss one-by-one the albums of Japanese noise godfather Merzbow. Each episode of Merzcast sees Greh Holger of Chondritic Sound and another musician or noise fan sit down together to absorb a particular album by Masami Akita and reflect on it afterwards.

http://www.merzcast.com/

not sure how i feel about this: they're selling cassette tapes of each episode

 

https://merzcast.bandcamp.com/merch

Found the latest episode quite interesting, it was a guy from Editions Mego talking about a Japanese tour in 1999 with Russell Haswell. Not sure I need to own it on tape though!

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I heard good things about the podcast, will check it out. The tape editions are a lil silly tho keke 

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Listen to tv static through a seashell. A landmark in the genre. 

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Yo someone recc me more shit like this... I love this stuff:

 

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