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/NOISE/

https://noisecomps.bandcamp.com/releases

AOTY Edition
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>>61994419

that album sux
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also 6 downloads left because somebody downloaded the album 180+ times lmao
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>>61994419
shoulda named it "amateur hours".
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should we do an track ranking by "x>y" or a strawpoll
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>>61994485
Nah, too many tracks to bother imho. Too circlejerky as well. Maybe just discuss a track you like, or would like to be discussed?

My dl is stuck at 35 min, so sucks to be me.
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>>61994525
I dunno, just wanted to start discussion
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>>61994485
Working on a Strawpoll, give me a bit. Mult votes?
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>>61994586
sure
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What are some underrated merzbow albums

This is like his laptop era but released in the 90s
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can we have an argument-free thread please
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>>61994548
Can't blame you, that other thread really turned to shit. How much of the compilation have you gotten through so far?

>>61994630
Not from the 90's, but I liked +Frog. He has like three other frog related albums too
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>>61994664
In the middle of track 8, liking it so far
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>>61994664
not him but I'm up to track 27. I'm liking this compilation a lot. It's good to have on in the background
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Part 1: http://strawpoll.me/6633381

Part 2: http://strawpoll.me/6633388
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>>61994466
we should put it on mega and put the link on the bandcamp page, imo
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>>61994664
Yeahu that's probably the worst /noise/ thread I've ever seen. I'm on track 16. The one by industrial hydrophobia was weird.
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what are some good noise blogs? I love using these to find weird shit and having reviews of it. it's a great way to contextualize the more obscure aspects of experimental music. these are the ones I use that are relevant to /noise/. also webzines would be wonderful, I only know heathen harvest which mostly concerns itself with neofolk and atmoblack.

sickness-still-abounds
svn-okklt
mutant-sounds
bleakbliss
ahogonsindustrialguide
musicisdyingnow
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>>61994466
>>61994757
will do.
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>>61994630
What is E Study
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Was this comp advertised anywhere but here? I see a few bigger names that I haven't seen post here before/for ages, and just assume left.

Kinda feel bad about making my track so long now. It's something that I always advise against when giving feedback

>>61994896
You're a champ Xern0n
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>>61994664
>frog
>lol i can be aube too
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>>61995057
I saw an ad in r/noisecomps
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>>61995060
desu, one could do a lot worse than taking influence from aube
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I guess rage was the fuel for the last thread
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Can we for a second pay attention to some of these titles?

>Bolingbrook is a Town Where the Cops Hate Power-Electronics

>Boston is a City Where Everyone is a Drunk & Annoying Sports Freak
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>>61996006
What are your favorites?
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>>61996006
I'm from Boston and that's accurate
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>>61996020
Those two are good. I'm about to listen to the whole thing now, and go write up a review/summary for each track
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>>61996006
honestly the best part lmao
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As someone who is in the noise comp and listened to the whole thing, I enjoyed it. Lots of variety, moods and textures. Glad I was part of it.
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>>61996167
same, I loved this
Can't wait for another comp
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>>61994630
[2005] live in geneva is comfy as fuck. only play late at night.
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yfw this comp is the greatest noise album of all time
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Bumping with track overviews and opinions.

>TRPZ
Disorted digi synths coupled with appropriate lengths of
silence builds some tension, before moving into almost a wall.
Some other textures/tones would have been nice among the
overdriven military-industrial-esque vibe.

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>Race Bateman
Starts slow atmosphere and crackly, which is a nice contrast
to previous track. surprising shrill sounds stab and break
into industrial rhythms.

I want to make some comparison between the shit-effort
aesthetics here and Texas's penchant for backwards thinking,
though it may be unjustified given that there seems to be
some sort of fan base for this stuff.

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>Gas Station of Love
An interesting sample starts off this track, something I would
not have necessarily expected in
hollow sounding bass starts winding upwards, sounding something
like a malfunctioning gameboy in a tin can, or like listening
to a live skrillex concert recorded and played back on a
Motorola Razr. Perhaps a tad long and laboured?

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>Melanina
Menacing sounding PE, sounds like what the cover of
"Music for the Jilted Generation" looks like, though not
nearly as comical. It's oddly danceable, placing you in
the rave from hell and loving it. All of a sudden, the DJ's
deck catches on fire, and nobody minds.

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>The Dreaming Corpse
Once again, another soft beginning to draw a contrast with
the tail end of the previous track. Could very well be the
sounds of a corpse decompsing, as various insects aid in the
decomposition.
Minimal, 'lo fi' spirals, sweeps and taps become rhythmic
and tribal. The insects are on the move. Can you hear them?
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>>61997378
You still doing this?
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>>61997653
Yeah. Slowly going through the whole thing. Gonna bump with five at a time intermittently throughout my day.
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Waves Crashing Piano Chords, a local from my hometown.
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/7DxA_UBQkB8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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>>61998114
damn technology, https://youtu.be/7DxA_UBQkB8
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>>61998135

juggalo power electronics
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Mamaleek- Fever Dream
https://youtu.be/XbzTVHT4Llk
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>>61998155
Thats what he calls it, he just sets up a half stack and feeds the mic into it to create tons of feedback then just screams, takes swings at people, spits, its pretty raw and super exciting to see him perform live.
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>>61998155
Thats what he calls it, he just sets up a half stack and feeds the mic into it to create tons of feedback then just screams, takes swings at people, spits, its pretty raw and super exciting to see him perform live, he's a really cool dude too, way different than his "performance persona"
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>>61998202

na sounds like he's just a hack
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>>61998214
Its not for everyone, hack or not I enjoy it.
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>>61998202
>>61998214
I was thinking about this the other day. There's plenty of bands I like to see like because they always have great live shows, but I would never listen to them otherwise. Sometimes it's not always about the music, but the theatrics of it. Particularly if the crowd is really getting into it.
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>>61998298
The live shows are so much fun, ive seen him perform a few times, twice i was there to photograph him as well and you really have to stay out of his eyeline and pay attention to your surroundings, I definitely almost got nailed by chair once and almost puked on another time.
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>>61998336
>>61998298
>>61998279
>>61998202
>>61998182

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovrrZ03RcGM
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Got an important question for you guys. I don't know if it was in the pastebin at one time, but I don't have a link to it anyway. Are there any PDFs of books about the classic noise and industrial acts of Europe, particularly that go in to detail about the motivations and reasons behind the art? I'm in a position where I need to begin research for a semester paper and this is a potential topic of choice.

Thanks in advance
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>>61998360
HA, he actually told me about this show, the security guard is actually a friend as well as the guy yelling at him. Too bad the penny arcade isnt around anymore.
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>>61996167
Songs like Roscommon really make it feel like a huge movie soundtrack
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>>61998360
>WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU?

>Shawn.
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>>61998443

sure seems like it
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>>61998360
lol I heard about this. If he wasn't on the bill, he had no business fucking around like that.

Did he actually ruin the equipment tho? It didn't look like he did anything bad to it.
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>>61998631
He didnt ruin anyones equipment. It was an honest accident and he ended up fucking his knee up pretty bad. And as for the fucking around, thats just what he does, its part of the experience, he probably shouldnt have been doing that that close to someone else's gear I totally get it but when you get into your own thing sometimes everything around you just kinda fades away and people or objects get hit or hurt
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b-u-m-p
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>>61998703

Yea you've obviously never gotten in trouble
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>>61998907
Hows that? I've knocked over my share of gear that isnt my own. Who hasn't?
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Did we ever get a mega link for the comp?
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>>61994419
okay why is this 1000$
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>>61999170
Ran out of free downloads for the month, Xern0n is working on a mega upload.
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>>61999170

>implying it's not worth that much
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>>61999163
>>61999182
the upload fucked up at 49% so i'm trying again. It's coming, dw lads
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>>61999225
based trip
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>>61999378
Xern0n is literally the only acceptable trip on the board. Knowledgeable, nice, doesn't have an inflated ego, doesn't shitpost egregiously.
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Just got a bunch of cassettes in from Trapdoor Tapes, would anyone be interested in rips of these?
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>>61999556
Good haul, waiting for those Word Of Life Church SS tapes to get in, should be a good listen.
Completely forgot Trapdoor had some Vomir tapes (and a Dead Body Collection tape(!)), I'll have to order them some time
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>>61999656
For sure, I'll definitely be buying from there again. Can't believe I didn't notice the Dead Body Collection tape in the store until after ordering.

Since I now have Luke's postal address, I might write him a letter saying thanks for the extras. Anyone ever written or had communications with labels before?
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>>61997293
It actually is really great. Did not expect this at all.
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>>61999411
prurientbro is good too mane
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I'm sort of interested in HNW
What are the main essentials?
Another question: what's some other good releases by the Gerogerigegege? I've already listened to Tokyo Anal Dynamite
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>>61999411
nah, scumbag, the prurient guy and vgnsr are cool too
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>>61997712
I'm glad I'm only in the second batch of 5, haha. I'm eager to hear what you thought
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>>61999905
>>61999411
In fact most of the noise trips here are nice desu.


>>61999966
Lucky I just finished track 10. I do feel like some tracks are far more engaging and easier to write about, while others I can't say much other than just giving some flowery descriptions.

>XathaX
It's apparent from the title the XathaX feels the creep
of suburban population looming on their doorstep. Running
out of land to build houses, the next most obvious step is
upwards, to build monumental buildings to house hundreds.
You can never run out of sky.

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>Pagoda Mast
Here we head straight into another balls to the wall chaotic
mess. Rhythmic-in-a-good way, artificial snares break up the
dirge of noisy rumbles. Plainfield might not be a place you
want to live, but at least you're having a good time making
your stuff here.

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>xshewasholdinganumbrellax
A hail storm on a tin roof, or a not quite tuned AM
radio, you be the judge. Squeels of feedback occasionally
rise up over the lo fi calamity, likely suggesting that it
is the latter.

Can anyone shed some light on what Kotzescheisze means?

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>Window Listener
Longtime noise maker and raw data mangler Window Listener
brings another track to the table. Guys, if you're going
to purely work with importing raw data, this is how you do
do it. This is composed and representing a clear aesthetic.

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>Cosmonaut
Not sure where to place this among all the other tracks.
Not to say that it is bad in any way, just that it's
definitely not the most noisy track here. It's atmospheric
for sure, though would much more comfortable fit in the
middle of a traditional doom album. Seriously heavy Planet
Caravan vibes here.
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>>61999941
>What are the main essentials?
I hate the concept of essentials but here is a selection of mostly "famous" artists that will give you a good sense of what the genre is like
mo*te - life in a peaceful new world
the rita - thousands of dead gods (and then the rest of his discog)
Vomir & Yoshihiro Kikuchi - Collaboration
anything else by vomir he's a purist and it's all pretty similar
vag - music for smoke filled elevators
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>>61994419
How was the tracklist determined? I'm sort of embarrassed by my submission now, this is great.
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>>62000274
Looks like it was simply in order of submission. When I did the last one, I ordered it alphabetically. In both cases, I think the overall experience could have been better with a bit of curatorial work, choosing which tracks play off each other. I'm not up to track 13, and I had to turn up the volume for 12 so I could actually notice the subtleties in its sounds.
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Its uploading properly, but I gotta catch some Z's for work so it'll be posted roughly 5 hours from now if no one gets impatient & uploads it before me. Just letting ya know I haven't forgotten.

To make it more topic relevant, post your fav noise to sleep to.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDp27b0sknk
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when are we doing another comp
I'm probably gonna make a bunch of digital noise/power electronics stuff and sit on it because I need the outlet right now
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>>62001131
I think we're waiting until May, since that's when this one guy said he could run it. However if anyone else would be willing to curate it then maybe sooner? I think March at the earliest but April may be better. We'll need some time
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>>62001094
This you stupid stupid idiots
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>>62001169
>I think we're waiting until May,
aaaaa damn
I'll just post some snippets in random soundcloud threads then lol
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awful threads
never should have become a thing in the first place
hope they croak this year
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>>62001239
They've been a thing a longer time than you've been posting on /mu/, newfag
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>>62001265
they've been a thing since summer of 2014, as i remember it
funny thing is they've not improved one bit since then, in some respects they've gotten worse
oh well
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>>62001239
I don't think threads on /mu/ about music made by members of /mu/ is an awful thing

why is it bad?
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>>62001308
>>62001223
Sure thing, or post them here. There was a huge debate in the last thread about BC/SC posts, (let's not get on to that again), though I still feel it's perfectly reasonable to post your stuff here, as long as you learn from whatever feedback you are given. Ignore the BS and focus on the artists who are clearly putting significant effort into their work.
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>>61996020
>>61996136
Actually, that Lachesist track is pretty sick. Looking forward to hearing more from this guy and label.
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>>61995037
YESSS. any merzbow from 1981-1984
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>>62001595
Posies
As with all compilations, there are going to be some tracks
that just stand out above all others. In this case it was
because of the track order, but having previously heard much
of Posies work, I am just as impressed here as I am with
the rest of his work. At just two minutes long, it doesn't
drag on like some of the other tracks tend to. The variations
in feedback, and percussive elements really add a sense of
urgency, and hardly feel laboured.
The BC page doesn't have any artist link, so here's one
https://soundcloud.com/posies

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Sovende
You may want to turn your volume up for this one. The
entire track seems to be made up mostly of high end, with
some field recordings and new age inspired synth work
heard faintly in the background. What this track does well
is subtlty. There are climaxes, though they don't reach the
epicness for lack of a better description you might expect
in some other PE.
Perhaps if it was mixed a little louder, it may stand out
better among the other tracks which are all loud, though
that in my opinion would take away most of its charm.

If anyone could point me to more of this guys work, I'd
appreciate it.

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tttttttttlllllllll
Having been to Melbourne only once in my life (and for a
short time at that), I definitely feel what what trying to
be achieved here. On the surface, Melbourne really doesn't
differ all that much from any other major cities in Australia,
it does however have a far more cosmopolitan feel than some.
Field recordings of city chatter center you in such a place,
and a dim hum approximates the induction fans that inhabit
the inner city laneways.
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>>61994419
i fucking hate album artwork like this

its like some fucking dumbass tumblr faggot just bought a digital camera with their parent's money and now claim to be a professional photographer despite not knowing how to properly frame or weight a picture in the slightest and then give their shit pictures to their friends shitty noise band because they cant be fucked to actually learn how to write music

pure degeneracy
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>>62002138
Here we go again...
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Any good articles or essays on noise yall could point me to?
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>>62002321
>>>/tumblr/
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some noise of mine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LP8zDWnSP4
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>>62002138
made some alt art so you'll have something fresh to bitch about
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>>62002557
i bet you have this unbelievably smug look on your face after you just completely wasted over half an hour making that to try and bait a reaction
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>>62002606
Would you actually bet on that though
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>>62002110
my connection has become really weak all of a sudden, so its taking ages to try and post something.

>Rafiki Stradley
I'm probably missing out on some kind of local political
discussion here, but if Melton really is a town which
benefits from money promised to aid dying children, then
that's a little fucked. So, why not make a track about it?

This one is a slow burner. Sitting among the longer tracks
here, it is a nice change of pace to the heart pumping
electronic chaos found otherwise in the a lot of of the
previous tracks.

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>Industrial Hydrophobia
At first this would also seem to be an out of place tune.
The simple chord progression works well against the slew
of junk noise and squeeling feedback that follows, it is
quite surprising, especially given the anticipation built
up after the quietness of the previous track. You can in
fact hear the chords played throughout the sonic turmoil.

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>Nihil's Maw
I feel as though I'd experience such a HNW track better
with larger speakers, though I digress. I do quite like
the genre, and won't speak ill about it.
Nihil's Maw properly capture the aesthetic of the harsh
noise wall. The title here even speaks of floods
moving and building layers of soil in such a way that I
can imagine somebody sculpting a track like this. It's just
the right length too, one thing I personally like about
the HNW form is that it can take on any shape or form.
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>>62002656
Thanks for doing this I like your reviews
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Any advice on how I can improve? I feel like this track came out too cluttered so I'm going to work on making one solid wall as opposed to simple static with shitty clipping reverb swells.

I like working with physical instruments, any effects or tricks I should know about? I've been doing stuff like playing my guitar with a drill.
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>>62003087
4mn in your track, I appreciate that it's not one single sound going on, it has some movements. This is a plus compared to some other tracks.

I think it lacks some overdubbing. You have this cyclical really distorted chaos going on on the foreground, maybe you could have add some other sound to the "periphery", like piercing feedback, low rumble with a smoother textures, anything that will add contrast and depth.

Now if you want to make walls + accoustic, my advice would be to look into motors. You can scavenge small motors from tape players, power them with 9v batteries and have the axis grind guitar strings, cymbal, springs, etc. Basically it's a spinning bow.

I've made this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFT_E4DbHtg

I've added a felt pad on the motor axis for a smoother sound, because I was looking to make drone and such.
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who are good harsh/noise-wall recommendations except the japanoise scene compare with my pic? i'm hardly new to listen to noise and has just checked some essential albums. the rita, prurient and vomir fit me well
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>>62003212
This is exactly what I was looking for. Spinning bow was pretty much what I was going for with the drill. I'm probably going to start building instruments now. My end goal is to be able to play this shit live.

Anyone have any experience doing percussion stuff in noise? I kind of like having a driving rhythm, and was thinking about doing some trashy tinny percussion on a loop while I go nuts in the foreground. Maybe something with my hammer.
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>>62003291
Same guy who answered you. I don't really have an experience with percussion in noise. But you remind me of this crazy live vid I've seen this weekend :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nedv2RkJyNw

That contact mic taped to the throat is badass.
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>>62003316
Oh shit this is sweet as fuck. I think I might have to play around with something like that. I really like voice sampling.
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>>62003330
If you like sampling, there is the usual digital sampler/looper solution, but maybe you could look into tape loops ? They are way clunkier but they sound gnarly, and the whole "falling apart" aspect can give interesting results. I've built my whole setup around a 4-track tape player for live tape looping.
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>>62003361
I will definitely look into that. I'll probably start stockpiling equipment this week. The plan is to put out an album/ep/something in the next couple months or so, but spend even more time and effort making sure it doesn't suck. I was looking into The Rita's stuff with the two stroke. I might try something like that.
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>>62002998
>>62002998
Cheers. I've done 26 tracks, I'll finish the rest tomorrow some time.

>Infernal Climax
True to the title, there isn't much happening in this track.
Open it in your favourite media player, and click anywhere
along the timeline, and you won't notice much change. Does
that make this a wall of noise?
Perth is apparently a place where nothing happens. I'd go out
on a limb and say that there are some things that happen there
(in fact one of my favourite Australian bands comes from here),
though thematically, yes this track does make sense. It's not
the easiest to digest wall, though does serve it's purpose.
I don't know what it would be like to grow up in Perth. I don't
know if I 100% like this track, though as I play through
segments again and again, I feel it does get stronger. Perhaps
this is one of those cases where a longer wall is a better wall.
Play this one through a couple of times, and you can comes to
appreciate the variations in noise that you can hear

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>Lachesist
Possibly one of my favourite track names on the album. I can
just imagine some cops raiding a DIY noise gig in the middle of
a town square, after one of the performers assaults a passerby.
In fact, that's almost what happened. Here's an excerpt from
the Post Life Industries BC page which explains it better than
I could -

"I recorded the vocals in the pavilion you see on the cover.
It's in a large public park not 10 minutes from my childhood
home, where I used to play baseball as a kid. It was the
middle of a cold night, after Christmas but before
New Year's. Families snugged tight in their homes called the
cops because they heard a maniac yelling in the back yard.
After they patted me down and made sure I wasn't a murderous
felon, they were interested to hear what I was recording.

They hated it."

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Various Artists - Hometown [2016] (MP3 V0)
>noise, harsh noise, harsh noise wall, and so on
https://mega.nz/#!M0UHUI7B!z8hjJXZW1ceR5npKvnmtzP_JeEjwNCVqjtKfgaULWOo
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>>61994419
https://uhfmafia.bandcamp.com/releases

plz enjoy
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>>62001282
Then you obviously remember wrong & just cemented your new status even further.
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>>61994419
hey comp guy, could you fix up the tag on my submission? my track is listed as ttttttttllllllllll but it should be TL

going through the comp now. doubt i'll get through the whole thing tonight, or even in the next couple of days. but lots of cool ideas so far. good job everyone big round of applause
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>>62004383
Thanks man, I can't wait to listen to this while walking on campus.
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>>62001131
>>62001223
sup choof how is ffr
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>>62003877
>Lachesist
damn that's neat if true
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calling WCPC a "hack" when anybody can ask their parents for a couple hundred bucks to play with some expensive synths and act "talented" in noise. Go fucking do what he does one night. He's not only the one modern PE act that actually makes real PE (instead of just labeling some weak death industrial as PE), but his aesthetics are even in the right place. Noise is supposed to piss you off. You just got your first taste of something real, and you couldn't handle it. You're out of your element.
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>1000$
well fuck. Now good cassette version is kinda impossible unless you want MP3 V0 version.
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>>62006121
>noise is what I say it is I am genuine you are not
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never forget the time Waves Crashing Piano Chords punched out the guy from Crowhurst https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xVv-fdA3OA 15 seconds in
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>>62004769
Oh yeah I was actually wondering about that name. It seemed sort of difficult
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https://bagiennik.bandcamp.com/album/glory-of-the-moon

>atmospheric noise
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>>61999905
>>61999942
Thanks friends I love /noise/ threads they are the best thing on mu, every tripfellow is stellar, haters vacate

>>62006121
Good post, Sean is awesome and helped me fix my CED player.
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>>61998383
As far as I know no one's done a PDF of it yet, but it would be well worth your time and money to get a copy of the first (and likely only) issue of As Loud As Possible, put out by Steve Underwood who's also responsible for Harbinger Sound. Of particular interest to you is a LONG spread with Gary Mundy, where he talks about the history of Broken Flag, performing live as Ramleh, and discusses release-by-release everything put out on the label, with specific offerings from the other artists involved when possible.

This isn't even getting in to the other fantastic articles included: interviews with Climax Denial, Sewer Election, Putrefier, G.X. Jupitter-Larsen, and one of the most comprehensive explanations of the motivations of HNW by the man himself, Sam McKinlay.

Copies are increasingly scarce. I've found a site that looks like it might have copies in stock:

http://www.eatenbysquirrels.com/product/as-loud-as-possible-the-noise-culture-magazine-1/

Otherwise, try contacting Dilloway at Hanson Records as I imagine he might still have copies as well.
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>>61998383
Ill repost this from the archive cause its not something people will likely search

hey /noise/ I discovered that I had some pdfs of noise related books/essays while cleaning out my documents folder, I upped them to mega:
>https://mega.nz/#F!ZMtRyZYS!UCn0Y0dmJtfxK7dJXjjB_Q
this contains:
Art of Noise After Futurism
Macronympha Bananafish interview
Immersion into Noise
Noise in and as Music
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>>62006793
>>62006876
Thank you
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>>62007059
I also have scans of the booklet accompaniment to the aporea cassette but iirc its in an archaic eastern european language and aporea is ritual industrial not noise. Do you want that?
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>>62007109
Nah, it it's not in English, it's of no real use for me. Thanks though.
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>>62007109
if they are in some variation of slavic, then please send them.
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>>62007198
I think that's what it was, its at my computer back home so when im done with class ill up it but if you want it sooner its on the aporea post on ahogonsindustrialguide. I'd suggest reading through that either way that dude knows his shit about old eastern European experimental music
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>>61994419
yeah melanina knocked this one out of the park
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pagoda mast has come on leaps and bounds

first bandcamp release was a bit boring, but i liked the track on this comp a lot
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>>62002110
>posies
thanks for the kind words
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roscommon - sometimes i detune my radio by measure to hear that like half in-half out sound. not sure if that's what you did here, but reminded me of that.
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I'm ready for another compilation, I just made way better tracks that wouldn't fit on my upcoming album
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>>62009458
Guy from last thread here, I'll be thinking of a concept. It's very likely I'll be able to organize it. I'll bring news in May.
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>>61994419
>tfw my favorite track on this thing is coincidentally from my state
Nice
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>>62009398
That's exactly what I did. Sound collage is more important for me than noise, generally, and I recorded that track before this project came around. I knew when I submitted it it would kind of stick out, but I figured it'd be appreciated for a 3-hour+ long project.
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>>62009486
>may
I'm hoping time goes fast
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>>62003361
do you have pics of your setup? i wanna get in to tape looping but not sure how it would actually look
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>>61994419
How do I listen to noise music?
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>>62010707
with your ears, usually
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>>62009458
I'm ready as well.
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>>62008326
Hey that's me! I'm glad to hear it!
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to the person who put the NBND comp on to Discogs

firstly, thanks for your effort

as these comps will always be associated with /noise/ in one way or another, would it be worth them being released under a "label" of /noise/, and then given their relevant catalog number (NBND001 or NBND2015), rather than their own NBND label?

just a thought, to make it easier to explore the network of /noise/ artists we have here
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>>62011804
I'm envisioning a /noise/ netlabel that'll sign our artists and put out their tapes
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>>62012134
I like this idea a lot
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>>62009907
I'm on the more free improv and junk side of things too and when I submitted HB track I also figured it would stick out but with things like this I think the variety really adds to it, especially when it's so long
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>>62012134
We need this
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>>62012134
This. Sounds like a great idea.
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>>62009923
Well, think of it this way, it allows for the artists to hone their skills and get even better at their craft. I would work on it earlier but I have a busy semester. Rest assured by May I'll have the concept and guidelines ready. And is there anyone who has a problem with leaving this next one off bandcamp and instead just putting up an initial mega link? I'll be sure to post info about each artist that contributes in liner notes, likely complete with concept relevant artwork.
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>>62013500
i'm happy with either mate - thanks all the same
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http://www.goodbyeforever.link/

this website was linked on noiseguide as a potential release platform

i like the idea, personally
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>>62012134
i'd like to see the comp organiser(s?) give their blessing before co-opting their efforts.

if they do this, then i'll happily put in the leg work to make Discogs match up
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>>62012900
>>62012478
>>62013310
>>62012134
do any of you chat on soulseek?
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>>62014340
Not really, I just download/upload things
Why?
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>>61994419
Album should be named "shit for faggots"
Or "this isn't music"
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AT LAST IT'S HERE

Vivenza - Fondements Bruitistes (2015) [320]
>industrial, musique concrète, noise
https://mega.nz/#!dRl1CZBL!11NJCgVkBd66lxLOJ1j1ptuFu6SAiyc371SmudzepSw
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>>62014923
Oh shit thanks man you're the best
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What're yall listening to? I have olhon - sinkhole on atm, which isn't noise but its texture-centric ambient field recordings so its sorta related.
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>>62015897
Hanatarash - hanatarashi
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>>62015897
The great British bake off
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>>61994419
lmao take this non-talent shit to /b/ you fucking faggots
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>>62016768
>>62014631
Very boring samefag
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>>62016972
Stop defending shit
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>>62017046
>He stayed in the thread anyway
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>>62012134
>>62013923
I organised the first compilation, and the only problem I see is if someone goes and does a half assed job at it. There are already a few labels associated with /noise/ posters, some quality and some not so good, and I think there are already plenty of options for more established labels to put stuff out. Not to mention the plethora of labels associated with the various noise subreddits.

Secondly, branching out and having your noise heard by people from different circles will definitely help improve your listener base, and any feedback you may get.
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>>62017934
what are some of those labels (both good and bad)
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>>62017934
https://orbtapes.bandcamp.com
postlifeindustries.bigcartel.com
burnwardrecords.bandcamp.com

Those are the first three that come to mind. You could search /r/cassetteculture for 'noise' and 'label', and come up with others.

Of the above, I personally like the look or Post Life Industries, though I haven't got any clue as to what they actually sound like or whatever. I've also had dealings with Pro Death and Bicephalic Records before, so they seem quite good.
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anybody gonna do a rym page for this?
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Noise Comp Guy, will the album be available for download again soon?
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>>62019135
Bandcamp gives you 200 free downloads per month if I remember correctly. Someone downloaded it 180 times, so not until next month. There's a mega link above.
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>>62019135
if you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the bc page, the mega link is there now
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>>62019251
>>62019303
Found it, thanks. :^)
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>>62018931
Too many artist profiles to add, otherwise I would. Their approval system for new artists sucks ass.
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Anybody take a look at the swamp circle bandcamp? I'm listening to this right now:

https://swampcircle.bandcamp.com/album/peatmouth-sw-075

check out the track "pisswork" what a whirlwind
>protip I'm not orchid mutations
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>>62018931
I'll get around to doing a Discogs page eventually
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>>62006153
V0 version is superior
Have you ever compared digital versions of cassette releases? Only reason to get it on cassette is if it's cassette only.
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>>62015897
Pic related
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>>62021311
YES

That's why I fucking hate Urashima and Vinyl on demand for not making their reissues digitally available
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>>62015897
Macronympha - pittsburgh pennsylvania
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>>62025347
This thread didn't need one. There's no point in bumping a thread multiple times; there's no discussion right now. Save it for the next thread.
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>>62021744
do you have that on tape?
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>>62025741
I wish. I know someone in here does.
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>>62025848
probably prurientbro
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>>62025848
I have it.
I was ripping it the other night because the copy on what sounds like absolute garbage and I noticed on my copy the track White Phosphorus Baths is a duplicate track of Appearing Townsman, something must have fucked up during the dubbing.

I can upload my copy if anyone wants it
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>>62025944
I dunno if it's worth you going through the effort if your tape is messed up. but I have shit for speakers so im not too fussed about sound quality, maybe someone else itt is.
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>>62026033
I guess you're right, I have some other tapes I could be uploading instead so I'll just do those
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MY TOP TEN OF THE COMP
Portland
Puebla
Austincondo
East Tamaki
Boiling Brook
Roscommon
Lawrence
Marquette
Tyler Texas
My town is HB
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>>62025848

I have it, my only Hospital tape that I have. Still waiting on the Various Auras tapes...
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>>62026185
Thanks my man.
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Thanks my dude.
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>>62003877
Our Contemporary Experience

Is dad-noise a thing? If it is, it would be something like this.
Images of slightly bent LP's rotating around a turn table,
surface noise, AM radio and wooden panels on cars. It might not
be contemporary any more, but once upon a time, in certain
places in the world, it was. And sometimes it's ok to sit back
and reminisce with a cup of tea or coffee.

********************************************************

Asbestos Lead Asbestos

Hey, don't sound so bitter! I'm sure there's more to your town than
just shitty friends.
Some of the more groovy and interesting stuff I've heard from Asbestos
Lead Asbestos. They way rhythm is handled is quite good, often in
noise rhythm will fall into either the industrial or breakbeat category.
This comes has the hallmarks of the 90's/early 00's vein of noise
weirdness, not that I'm overly familiar with it. It almost reminds me
of something off of Devin Townsend's Devlab album.

But seriously peeps, if your friends are using you in any way, set clear
boundaries and expectations for them.

********************************************************

Cowboy of Noise
Speaking frankly, this is the sort of noise I don't find all that
appealing. Perhaps watching it live would be more interesting. I
am not quite sure how it is generally put together, save for combining
recordings of various circuit bent electronic toys and other live
sounds, which is something I could certainly see myself enjoying the
sight of. It comes across as very laid back, not taking anything too
seriously, which is something I can certainly admire. A lot of the time
noise can get stuck within the oh so serious image, so in contrast to
that this can be something refreshing. And at just under four
minutes long, it doesn't stick around too long to become annoying.
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>>62013606
I'm lovin the UI on this
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anyone have a decent link for Hybrid Noisebloom?
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>>62026863
Thank you!! I love that kind of laid back junk noise free improv sound but thank you for your honest and respectful opinion.
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>>62026863
>We Also Let Blood
There seem to be an appropriate amount of walls on this album so far,
all well spaced apart too. The good thing about walls, is that they
can give you time to reflect on things. Be it other tracks on a
compilation, or reflecting on your own placement within society, or
lackethere of. For any of you who haven't read Vomir's manifesto on the
harsh noise wall, please do.

Close your eyes, and use these spaces of time to focus deeply on
something. It's ok it you don't have an epipheny.

********************************************************

>Melinoe
I first read this title as an insult to the audience. Maybe it is.
But it can just as easily be an insult given to the artist. NY is
one of the largest metropolitan centers of the world, I can't imagine
it would be an easy place to break into the local scene.

Let's focus on the noise for a minute though... Another wall, though
this time it appears to be made from feedback, rather than a sound source
distorted to hell and back. As such, it doesn't feel solid, it feels
as if it could collapse at any point in time.

********************************************************

>Luis Vilbro
Another slow, steady atmospheric track here. There are two main
loops playing off each other, which would ideally culminate in some
minor catastrophy. Could easily be the beginning track to a great
dark ambient or minimal PE record.

********************************************************

>Fever House
Far more searing in tone than the track about Searing.
There's many things we can thank Birmingham for despite it being
known for it's industry rather than culture. I'm sure you can
think of at least one or two great things. As such, there is an
appropriately metallic taste to Fever House's submission, even
bucking the naming trend to go for something far more straightforward.
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>>62015897
I just woke up some put this on to try to be more alert
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>>62021311
I like touching stuff. Touching stuff is great.
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>>62033768
How big is your collection?
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>>62025879
Not that black European edition!
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https://myneighborsatan.bandcamp.com/album/untitled-1

>harsh noise
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>>62034263
not big enough. I am kind of guy who is willing to sell a house for HNW tape(and camera)
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>>62035606
Thats cool. I dont have any physical media players so the only physical I own is this one
http://www.factmag.com/2014/06/22/loke-rahbek-interview-croatian-amor-lust-for-youth-naked-selfies/
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>>62035754
Posh Isolation / Croatian Amor have never really done anything for me but that was a really neat idea.
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>>62035867
Same. The kind you wished you had before them. That may be one of the few "conceptual" ties to an album that works for me. For me, all that nylon fetishism in HNW is bs honestly.
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>>62036158
this is only your point of view, it gets me hart desu
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>>62036158
I'm largely the same regarding nylon / foot worship and how little I care for it personally, but that's certainly not going to stop me from picking up something by The Rita. And missing out on that "Total Women's Stocking Worship" shirt is something I've been kicking myself over for a while.

His more recent focus on ballet is definitely something that appeals to me though. It feels more like new ground, and not on the tired level of feet / giallo / nihilism / whatever.
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>>62036417
I am with you 100% on that last point.
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>>62017934

How would you describe a half-assed job?

I suppose really mate, as it's your comp so you're the label. Maybe it'd be a pain in the ass to retrospectively alter these details, but something worth thinking about for future comps maybe?

>>62018508

This gave me the idea of cultural exchange between noise communities, where we make comps for them and likewise, for each community to critique and enjoy. Would anyone be interested in this?
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>>62036284
>>62036417
Yeah I know it's just a point of view, and I phrased in a blunt way to spark some conversation.
It's just that I don't see how artists make their connection between the theme for a particular release and their sound. What it conveys or how it's created. Although if I remember correctly The Rita has used recording of ballerina dancers performing with contact mics in their shoes, then mangled the result to death. I must admit that's interesting.
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>>62036606
It's an abstract relationship a lot of times. Things often just sound like a concept and that's all there is to it. Other time it's based on psychological responses to certain sounds and thus an association with an atmosphere and a concept. Other non innate associations can come from experience such as with pop culture, media, or other events. You have to think of it in a detailed light with regards to moods, atmospheres, and psychological response. It's not just an arbitrary association with a concept.
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Dynamic noise/electro acoustic material from two masters.
Best of both worlds in modular and harsh noise.
Enjoying this with a harsh noise coffee that is just as sludgy as this album.
>Pain Jerk and Russell Haswell - Electroacoustic Sludge Dither Transformation Smear Grind Decomposition nO!se File Exchange Mega Edit
http://www.mediafire.com/download/i5yy2piuz3y6us0/Russell_Haswell_-_Electroacoustic_Sludge_Dither_Transformation_Smear_Grind_Decomposition_nO%21se_File_Exchange_Mega_Edit_%28with_Pain_Jerk%29.zip
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