Jump to content

Go to solution Solved by Nebraska,

Recommended Posts

Not too much more to tell. I think she put the mic in a latex glove and lubed it up quite thoroughly. Then she crammed it up there and started screaming (and laughing because it was hilarious). Since it was picking up through her body, the sound was quite muffled but still clearly audible. Imagine putting your ear up to the belly of a pregnant woman carrying a freak baby that was able to scream from within the womb. That's the gist of it.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 558
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

.

NOISE DJ MIX FOR YOUR DISPLEASURE  

Posted Images

if you like the 80s industrial side of noise, or more innovative stuff than just your average HNW noisemakers i suggest you to listen vivenza ! http://www.discogs.com/artist/Vivenza

I just gave Realites Servo Mecaniques a listen --thoroughly enjoyed the mechanical loops, the sound esthetic and overall vibe, though I did get a little bored halfway through due to the repetition... but I'm sure that's part of the point. I'll be sure to check out some more of their stuff. I wonder if tam quam tabula rasa was at all influenced by them.

Link to post
Share on other sites

rudolf eb.er anyone? of all the people that make noise this guy is in a category all unto himself

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
rudolf eb.er anyone? of all the people that make noise this guy is in a category all unto himself

 

 

Eb.er is a legend. I actually posted that video on the first page of this thread. Saw him do a set with junko recently where he took a different approach and played what sounded like tape loops and field recordings from the back of the stage. It was really hypnotic stuff and actually got a few people dancing in front of the speakers. He eventually came down into the crowd wearing a wig that made him look like that chick from ringu and started waving his witchdoctor/shaman staff (seems to be a staple in his recent performances) at random people in the crowd. His presence is unlike any performer I've seen before. I guess that probably applies to a few from the schimpfluch gruppe.

Link to post
Share on other sites
rudolf eb.er anyone? of all the people that make noise this guy is in a category all unto himself

 

 

fucking huge runzelstirn & gurgelstock fan here, i was really excited when he put a track of his on my Ghostbusters 3 comp from 5 years ago. I forgot to send him a copy of the comp and only was reminded of it a year ago when i asked him to be on my new one, i don't think he was too happy and i can understand why :sad:. I'd be pissed too if i was him.

 

and i have to stress, if you're a fan of Demdike Stare or just a casual listener, go check out Contagious Orgasm's Voltage Controlled Filter or Confessions of a Mannequin. It sounds like proto Demdike Stare but far noisier. I asked them when they played out here in Oakland if they were familiar with Contagious Orgasm but they said they hadn't heard of them, which was a little bit surprising since the resemblance is uncanny.

Edited by Awepittance
Link to post
Share on other sites

are you in SF? There is a partner of his that does solo stuff under the name Sudden Infant that's sort of similar, not as good imo but he's played twice out here in the last couple of years. Also if you like this sort of body involved uncomfortable human generated noise music check out Crank Sturgeon who plays out here pretty often. It's sort of like an acid casualty hippied up version of Runzelstirn.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Oh man, just finished listening to the second half of Masonna's Inner Mind Mystique... possibly the harshest noise release I've ever heard, quite the headphones experience! It's maybe a bit fucked up that I actually enjoy listening to this:

 

 

I was not expecting it to be nearly that brutal sounding, as I had heard a later release of his that sounded really thin and wimpy. Go figure.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Great thread. No idea where to start with this stuff, but I think I do need that F. Hecker album and I did listen to Satanstornade today—must do so more. Great music to work or ride the bus to. Qual.

Link to post
Share on other sites

(*in response to flurobox...)

 

Thanks, what a fantastic interview! It's interesting to hear how different his record approach is to his live performance. I've resolved to treat my own live performances as a separate entity from my recordings, since my recording methods are extremely dependent on editing, layering and sculpting the sound... and I think trying to reproduce that live would be lame. So it's good to hear more established noise artists have taken a similar approach and made it work. I often get the sense that studio perfectionism is frowned upon by a lot of people within the scene, but I don't think I could ever let that go... or rather I wouldn't want to. Studio manipulation is just far too much fun and leads to more interesting end results.

 

I just watched that Boyd Rice Iconoclaust documentary, which was fascinating. He's a much warmer person than I expected. I loved hearing about the various pranks he's pulled over the years. Interesting life that man has lead.

 

Edited by Zephyr_Nova
Link to post
Share on other sites
are you in SF? There is a partner of his that does solo stuff under the name Sudden Infant that's sort of similar, not as good imo but he's played twice out here in the last couple of years. Also if you like this sort of body involved uncomfortable human generated noise music check out Crank Sturgeon who plays out here pretty often. It's sort of like an acid casualty hippied up version of Runzelstirn.

 

Yes I am in SF (most of the time) and would love love LOVE to see performances along these lines, but I'm not sure how to find out about them around the bay area... Any clues would be much appreciated!

 

 

Oh man, just finished listening to the second half of Masonna's Inner Mind Mystique... possibly the harshest noise release I've ever heard, quite the headphones experience! It's maybe a bit fucked up that I actually enjoy listening to this:

 

 

I was not expecting it to be nearly that brutal sounding, as I had heard a later release of his that sounded really thin and wimpy. Go figure.

Awesome! Glad you are appreciating Masonna; noise doesn't come much harsher... And as a live performer he is second to none (or at least he was at his peak).

Link to post
Share on other sites
Oh man, just finished listening to the second half of Masonna's Inner Mind Mystique... possibly the harshest noise release I've ever heard, quite the headphones experience! It's maybe a bit fucked up that I actually enjoy listening to this:

 

 

I was not expecting it to be nearly that brutal sounding, as I had heard a later release of his that sounded really thin and wimpy. Go figure.

 

Yay for that album!

 

I found a copy about five years ago in HMV. They'd filed it with the Madonna CDs.

 

Now I'm wondering why the hell I was looking in the Madonna section.......

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Solution

i think some of you may find this interesting. it's a documentary that focuses on girls that do noise. the only ones i'm really familiar with are valerie martino (aka. unicorn hard-on) and leslie keffer

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Any of you guys dig Neptune? I found these guys a few years back, they make a lot of the instruments used from various things and parts of other instruments... not exactly harsh noise more industrial i guess, but it gets pretty noisy. Gong Lake is a fantastic album.

 

Stupid fan vid (fucking art/film student film vids), but awesome song...

 

Same with this one... same chick made it dont watch the vid (unless you really want to I guess) but listen...

 

 

Live

Edited by ghOsty
Link to post
Share on other sites
i think some of you may find this interesting. it's a documentary that focuses on girls that do noise. the only ones i'm really familiar with are valerie martino (aka. unicorn hard-on) and leslie keffer

 

Cool doc, thanks for sharing. There are some sweet Lesllie Keffer performances on youtube. Good stuff.

 

I've seen quite a few female noise performers at noise fest here in Victoria. Notably, Froghat & Sofaqueen, who sometimes collab together:

 

 

 

And Anju Singh AKA The Nausea:

 

 

 

And here's a short excerpt from that infamous set I saw where the girl shoved a mic up her vagina (it's not actually graphic, so sfw in that regard):

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

This is earsplittingly delicious: http://fakerr.bandcamp.com/album/spasm-death

Manic feedback devastation, cuts you like a thousand tiny knives. Love it.

 

I just got John Wiese's Soft punk album in the mail, and it's fucking amazing. The sound design is top notch, and it's definitely some of the most creative noise music I've heard. Reminds me a bit of Richard Devine at points. Check it:

 

 

 

Lasse Marhaug's Shape of Rock To Come also blew my mind today. I unfortunately can't find any excerpts of the album on youtube to share, but here he is being awesome live:

 

 

He's been making noise for the last 20 years, and his work is very diverse. High, highly recommend delving into this guy's work if you haven't already. Exciting stuff.

Link to post
Share on other sites

heathen harvest has an exclusive stream of the black leather jesus and crowhurst split tape in it's entirety on their site.

 

cover.jpg?w=200&h=200

 

http://heathenharvest.org/2013/01/22/heathen-harvest-exclusive-new-black-leather-jesus-crowhurst-split-streaming-now/

Link to post
Share on other sites

nice, didn't realize Heathen Harvest was still active. Nebraska, do you know of any other halfway decent noise/experimental/ambient blogs or online magazines/review sites? I'm trying to find places I've overlooked for sending out my new record which is borderline noise and I'm coming up empty.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By cloudbreaker
      "At the point where Plug’s “Drum’n'bass For Papa” intersects with oldschool rave jungle and freaked out jungle/d’n'b influenced IDM from the old masters is where the newest release from Bludclot Recordings dwells. “The Next Jung(list)” is a tongue & cheek affair from start to finish, it is also jam packed with undeniable retro-forward thinking jungle wickedness. Simultaneously laughing off and embracing jungle for jungle’s sake, he manages to throw some loose acid vibes and chin-stroking IDM in the blender with huge distorted kick drums and noise from more breakcore realms, then drizzlies the mixture over choice breakbeat workouts that make you wanna shuffle your feet as much as sit back and twist one up.
      To fully appreciate the release, take a gander at this laugh of a write-up in relation to the release and its cover artwork."
       
      THX EKTRS
    • By d-a-m-o
      https://seagrave.bandcamp.com/album/strange-days
      Another great release from Seagrave.
      Having chatted a great deal with ETCH about general attitudes towards art and music, we invited him to describe his brilliant new album in his own words:

      "So, the 1995 film ‘Strange Days’… I’m sometimes surprised how much that film is a reality now. ‘Strange Days’ is also my favourite song by The Doors. I reference Jim Morrison’s lyrics quite a lot, it's something I definitely like to show loud and proud. He's a hero to me, i.e. my track ‘Monochromatic Wilderness Of Pain’ is a reference to his lyrics in 'The End': "lost in a Roman wilderness of pain / And all the children are insane / all the children are insane / waiting for the summer rain”. But the track fit those words sonically and visually when put through a spectrometer… also the fact that the sequence was being controlled by a sequencer I built, but made the timing integers off by like 0.7, so it's like making the structure fuck itself up.

      ‘Man With The Other Face’ is an homage to some of my favourite iconic horror characters like Buffalo Bill, Leatherface, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers. I don't want this album project to be seen as one that evokes positivity. It has its moments of clarity and euphoria, but my first record was recorded over quite a positive period and a lot of the tracks on it are warm and nostalgic feeling, whereas ‘Strange Days’ is quite the opposite: A lot of the tracks are cold and hard edged and all the tracks have been produced in an uncertain and quite downcast period of time for me. I’m not saying it's pure depression nor is it supposed to make the listener feel uncomfortable or anything overtly negative, but it's certainly not a ‘hands in the air’ kind of project. There’s certain things in there that are almost therapeutic to me in their release and that track is definitely a stand out where I came up with the track title halfway through making it. It's also one of the few tracks I programmed live using my Native Instruments 'Maschine' like an MPC, so it has slip-ups that are more human than robotic like the rest of the record. It was a bust of raw emotion.

      I love the imagery for the album art, which gives it a bit of a 2000AD comic kind of vibe. Some of my uncle’s 2000AD strips look a lot like that. I also really liked the cover of the most recent Boards Of Canada album where it's a view from the desert of San Francisco but they made San Francisco translucent so it's almost like the ghost of a city, which is also another loose theme of this record. To put it bluntly, I often feel like Brighton is a ghost town now. Not just because of COVID, but the music scene has deteriorated into nothingness since 2011 or so. Even the hip-hop scene which was huge here is gone essentially. All those amazing AROE graff pieces have been built over and he does shitty commissions on student houses now lol." - ETCH 
    • By fumi
      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
    • By dcom
      Boris Divider has progressed from simple yet pure electro to more abstract forms of electronic music on Artificial Domain, and now expands his sound sculpting to Propaganda Moscow with a tiny bit more rhythmic EP. Highly recommended.
×
×
  • Create New...