>>61579515 It'll be done uploaded after the 23rd, when all submissions are done. There are apparently 21 artists or so so far, and it's confirmed over 2 hours. I think the submission date should be moved closer, but that's just me.
>>61582139 Its hard yo say, I was really not into it for a while but I recently gave it another chance after reading some reviews for it and I guess im feeling what he's doing with the slow pulsing noise + strings combo. Im really getting into the atmosphere of it.
> Used to make noise music all the time and love doing it > People tell you it was good > Those same people turn around in a few months and make fun of you and what you do > Lose all desire to keep making music and considering ending other projects you're part of Fucking kill me why are people so cruel
man, who cares about people online? do you think aphex twin or merzbow care about people dissing them online?
you have to have an accurate assessment of yourself or as close as possible and consider that in relation to your goals or purpose of doing it. if your fairweather friends online put you down but you know you're onto something and it's thrilling to you then don't let them stop you.
>>61587701 noise pop is not /noise/, that's like saying shoegaze is /noise/ >>61586684 lemme see what I can scrounge up >>61586802 it comes and goes from my experience, there's a never solid consistency until the late fall/winter months.
I'll be spending June in Japan, visiting Tokio, Osaka and Kyoto and some smaller cities. I'd like to go and see some music as well, are there venues that have noise acts or is noise not popular enough to have regular gigs?
>>61600128 sidequestion, other anon. Why putting afx and merc is such a bad idea? They are from very different musical worlds, but they both don't give a fuck about their audience, cause they do what they want to do.
>>61600191 oh i see. it's the first track i ever made but i guess they're all a little repetitive. maybe try wasabi if yr into harsher noise. >>61600250 it wasn't really meant to be an objective statement, i just got beef with merzbow. in short, yr right.
>>61600294 are you for real the fuck are you even doing making noise if you don't understand the significance of fucking merzbow
>>61600306 i wish people finally realized that i am a lake of burning orchids and that guy's other project are trash listen to navicon torture technologies and damien dubrovnik and leave that subpar bandcamp shit behind
>there are noise musicians ages ahead than merzbow
whoever the noise musicians you are referring to are(and while i'd agree that more consistent noise artists do exist i can't think of more than like 4 or 5 others whose bodies of work are as rewarding as his when explored in depth and on one's own instead of just listening to the most "popular" releases), it is highly likely that they would not even end up making noise if it wasn't for merzbow his influence is massive and undeniable in every regard, from the sounds to the presentation and context in which the sounds are put to the way in which the noise underground itself came to operate and continues to operate today
his discography doesn't begin with pulse demon and venereology, you know?
>>61600486 jesus god. you fucking win, i'll listen to his whole discography, ok? now stop giving me shit for a comment i didn't even remember making, i already admitted to being wrong like three times.
>>61601346 it's this local vegan cafe that lets people host shows and happenings with a diy angle. they have a flea market once a month where anyone can have a booth free of charge and a dude today was just selling a load of noise for 1-3€ apiece
>>61601551 yeah it's awesome and in finland! dig me some eric lunde and couldn't ignore the industrial recollections reissues. the peeps here are terse also i'm shy but he was happy to persuade me into buying the killer bug album and the one with lasse marhaug on it based on my picks. finally found me some m.b. and that grunt/prurient split i need a better rip of
>>61601780 fucking finland, i envy any noisehead who lives there aside from sweden and maybe norway there's no healthier and more productive noise scene anywhere else in europe
and the killer bug comp is fantastic, nice of the guy to convince you to get it didn't hear that marhaug-related CD but that guy is rarely involved with anything less than solid so i doubt you wasted your money on that either
>>61601523 climax denial is pretty direct and straightforward with his themes, i don't know how much room for discussion there is there love the dude's work though, this tape in particular is, i think, a 21st century north american PE classic extremely sordid vibes
alex's label was pretty excellent as well, but depressingly short-lived
anyone here got their hands on the sensitivity training DVDr?
>>61605668 Music can be a very important form of expression and exploration, and noise as something particularly harsh and exploring blunt and taboo subjects has the potential for attracting a certain kind of people. I think I remember David Keenan saying in a lecture that noise music went where other people were too afraid to go. Not saying that's necessarily his case, and I don't know that artist, but just that single post makes me think of David Tibet, who went from an Atheist preoccupied with the idea of religion and death to a Christian in a decade, and his journey is palpable in his music.
>>61608540 hello, i remember you. sample from porn while flies fly all over and some broken oscilator oscilates. In this context it sounds like the lady doesn't enjoy her cereal at all. Maybe she eats it too fast. And now she's chocking the food. Very erotic work so far, but i think it needs some more explicit change at 2:00, some change of pace. Like 2:42 but way earlier. I like how ironically the SHRHSH reproduces the sounds of the sample on some point. Sadly, I think it is way too long, and a bit aimless in the middle. It ends without a conclusion.
Merzbow pioneered so much about the artform that it's basically an ideological minefield to say that you like noise without liking at least a few of his albums.
Like I'm not crazy about a lot to of his work but Aqua Necromancer, Zophorous, and Rainbow Electronics are amazing to me, and his catalogue is so varied that basically everybody is going to have different releases that they cherish.
I would go so far as to say that if you claim to not like ANYTHING Merzbow has done, you're just being contrarian for the sake of it.
>>61615622 Also, I don't think you can get non-ambient noise out of nature recordings. Nature's kind of known for its quietness, and noise music was literally inspired by the harshness of modern society's machinery. Did you have something more specific to work with?
>>61616278 You could. In particular you could create a nice percussive noise collage with discernible field recordings throughout or coming in an out at intervals. I'd work something up myself if I had some personally recorded samples to work with.
>>61616278 Possibly something in the HNW realms? I know The Rita has used field recordings of sharks, so I was thinking maybe someone could have done something similar with maybe insects or waterfalls or what have you.
I'm working on something with frogs and cicadas, though I feel it would better be described as ambient noise.
>>61616014 >Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement. This sounds very up my alley.
So this morning I'm listening to Alienated and Radicalized by Brethren, and the rhetoric of his songs reminds me a lot of fire-and-brimstone type Christian sermons, is there any other music with this sort of tone?
Racist/anti-semitic or not, I don't care, I just like to hear people yell about extreme ideologies they truly believe with every fiber of their being.
It's not the viewpoint that matters to me, it's the conviction, you know?
>>61619055 Maybe the 23rd then, that's what I thought the cutoff date was but I haven't been following this that closely. either way I think at least a couple people said they were planning on submitting tracks on the cutoff date.
>>61616982 It's nice seeing your own music posted by other people. Thanks guys. Yeah the recent release is based on field recordings I made in Tasmania, mainly of birds singing in the morning. It's not completely unrecognisable but I might think that because I know the source material.
I've found myself only listening to noise in the past few months, I need to convince myself to listen to anything but. This shit is addictive, all the different textures and frequencies. That being said, it does help distinguish the good and bad in other music.
>>61624521 sickness jaakko vanhala maaaa K2 t.e.f.
>>61624559 japanoise isn't an actual genre, it's just an obsolete catch-all term for noise produced in japan the term is never even used by people who actually are into noise, just by outsiders who don't understand what it means kk null has got nothing in common with hanatarash despite both of them being "japanoise"
>>61626749 noise(at least some if it aye, not making any guarantees for grimy poorly-recorded home-dubbed grey wolves tapes from the late 80s) benefits more than most other genres from proper high-quality ripping due to the highly dynamic and texturally rich nature of it just the difference between a 192k rip and a 320k one can be massive in some cases
another good example are those home-dubbed hospital prod. tapes and their digital reissue equivalents having those tapes or the rips of those tapes for years and then hearing the proper cleaned-up digital reissues of them is like hearing the material for the very first time
>>61626874 >having those tapes or the rips of those tapes for years and then hearing the proper cleaned-up digital reissues of them is like hearing the material for the very first time Oh yes, it's fucking frustrating after all this time still listening to shit rips, like for example, Alberich's Psychology of Love
There's a digital rip available but everyone's copy is the shitty surface noise vinyl version.
>>61627304 oh don't get me wrong, i love the murkiness of rough home-dubbed tapes and the way that just the method of duplication can sometimes have a really strong effect on the nature of the material and the ways in which it connects with the listener, i've come to realize that with some releases i actually prefer them to proper hi-fi reissues or remasters not to mention the whole personal aspect of it
>>61632899 really hard to say. It works more like passing interest. There are days when I think that wiese is best thing ever only to find myself loving dom(tho i really prefer his earlier works) at the other day.
>>61633083 that form where guy with bunch of pedals does anal reconstruction. But seriously, I don' think there is any way to really group noise. Sure, you can group guys who do cut-up, guys who play with records, guys who play with scrap metal, guys who yell into microphones, guys who screech their brains away, guys who do PE, guys who do digital noise ala Venta, guys who...
For some reason, if an album is like 80 minutes I'll think "God that is too long, I don't feel like that right now" but I never have any feelings like that when it comes to super long releases like 1983 or NATO-Uniformen.
Can somebody give me some beginners noise recommendations or a chart? I really enjoy While You Were Out by Kazumoto Endo and some of The Gerogerigegege (especially Hell Driver). I'm also a big fan of Boredoms, but I don't think they count.
>>61640495 there isn't really a good chart macronympha - philadelphia pennsylvania merzbow - Batztoutai with Memorial Gadgets hanatarash - 2 (I think this is the one I liked the best, it's been a while since I last listened to hanatarash but you seem to like the more spastic side of noise and they do that well) wolf eyes - no answer: lower floors
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