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There was polish group called MerzBowie. They specialized in droney, field-recorded harsh noise. Sad think is, they never recorded anything(it was early '90 you know, nobody knew about internet here in Poland really)
i tagged a few after I downloaded them but recently i just gave up on listening to them because most of it was jerkoff dark ambient music or mariachi shit and i deleted everything lmaoo
not with my shitty internet lmao took me about 6 hours
What're yall listening to?
I got EPOTY 2015 on atm
BLUE SYRUP DREAMS
I've been reppin Kazuma in these threads for a while
What's some good depressive noise? Noise music that just screams out an overbearing amount of sadness?
I listened to "I Have A Special Plan For This World" for the first time ever yesterday. It was absolutely incredible. Does anybody know anything similar? A story/poem (not singing) with noise incorporated into it?
does /noise/ like wolf eyes or are they too babby's first noise?
I've started a net/cassette label. The first release is out digitally, though the next one will be a limited run of 10 tapes available in the next couple of months.
honest question: how do I enjoy noise music? I almost just find it stupid and feel as though I should discredit noise artists because literally anyone can make most of these projects, how can anyone seriously sit and listen to tones or harsh noises and be like "hell yeah this track goes!" or be really serious about literal noise and call it music and listen to it... it almost sounds cringey when you put it into words like this. I'm not sure my opinion can be changed, but I'd like any kind of response that might help me understand.
>literally anyone can make most of these projects
Well the same goes for a bunch of minimal electronic projects, punk music in general, some rap, and a bunch of other stuff, but people don't complain about those.
I suggest you learn how to listen to ambient music first (like Brian Eno) and go from there. Noise, especially harsh noise, is like anti-ambient—it's atmospheric, and about filling the room, but instead of it being subdued and calm like Music For Airports, it's loud and in your face.
If you're following the advice i gave in the previous thread, listen to the other Thomas Ligotti poem albums, "This Degenerate Little Town" and "In a Foreign Town".
None of them, including I Have a Special Plan are actually noise btw. The closest I can think of is Prurient's History of Aids and TG's Very Friendly (a song, not album).
Gen also has an entire project dedicated to spoken word and electronics, Thee Majesty. S/he ocasionally performs with Aaron Dilloway doing almost the same thing, a little bit harsher.
Any of you guys know any Korean stuff? Doesn't have to be just noise, any outsider/avant/very experimental works. Going to be studying in Seoul and would like a head start on finding some fun people
quit trying so hard, listen to what you find enjoyable
They're too babby
Aaron Dilloway (of Wolf Eyes and solo material), however, is a helluva guy. Runs a record store about twenty minutes away from where I live and he's the friendliest most helpful down to earth guy you could ever meet
Ah yeah, I'm thinking of Dead Gakkahs.
Slightly related, but has anyone heard Gagakirises 7" with Eye?
I just remembered I have a CD by a defunct act called Astronoise, a member of which was Hong Chulki, who's still actively producing and recently collab'd with Kevin Drumm. Soooo.... there's a start! Hope you find some cool shit out there.
uhh, guys. new fucking hospital compilation! "Various Auras: A Bird’s-Eye View Into A Machiavellian World of Secrecy"
FOUR albums including a prurient & regis collaboration
>prurient & regis
yeah, i was hesitant.. pulled the trigger anyway, boomkat know how to take my money. better buying it now and checking it out, rather than having it sell out and then pay a 300% markup to some discogs clown
extremely nice, looks like a more "respectable" follow-up to the grimy noiseheads-only monument that was vampyric screams
thank you dominick
also a new ninos du brasil record, i don't know how relevant to /noise/ interests it might be but definitely not something to pass up on
their last album was fantastic