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For a bit of maniacal noise on vinyl, you’ll want to consider buying the new 7″ by Waves Crashing Piano Chords. The record features two songs, “Young Mouth” and “It Wasn’t Even Worth My Back Seat”. Only 111 copies are being made for it:
The record is only $4, you can head here to order a copy or two. To listen, check out the Bandcamp player below.
The Oxen label have just released a unique project by Remainderless, described as a collective of composers and performers (Matt Purse, Steve Touchton, and S.R. Cano) who gather for sanity and create sonic insanity. Some of the sounds heard on this EP is piercing and you may turn it off before you can endure it, but maybe you’re someone who can consume the pain. The record is on clear vinyl, three tracks, and it is Remainderless’ first effort as a unit. You may listen to an excerpt below.
Yporhtnasim (say it backward) had finished this EP last summer but didn’t release it until the summer of 2014. Now you’re able to hear this, but can you endure it? It’s called Psalms of Self Mutilation apparently due to how gruesome this may be for some people, as this was allegedly “created to make the most uncomforting sounds as possible. Listeners should have a feeling of sickness, emotion, pain, and hatred as a result. I use samples during the noise to add to this feeling and to get my message across. I don’t like people, I hate mankind, I hate society.”
You are able to download it for free or use the “Name Your Price” option if you wish, but the EP may be best in an analog format, as only 22 cassettes have been made for it. $5ppd within the U.S. $5+$5 Canada, $5+$10 the rest of the world. For more information, send e-mail to mbdcontact160 [at] gmail [dot] com.
Kevin Drumm has released two new albums, one much longer than the other, so if you’re ready to fall into the trappings of his creations, you’ll want to get both of them. The Damned Self consists of three pieces, each one over 40 minutes with the longest running close to an hour. The opening track, “Live (Static Generator)” sounds exactly like that, someone turning a radio on and finding the most distant bit of communication coming through. Instead of it being one continuous sound, there are brief silent moments as if they’re meant to be listened to separately, or to try to figure out if there is some connection. “The Onset Of Sleep” is true to its name, very quaint and almost meditative but the same can’t be said for “Burn In Hell For A Bit” which it wants you to do slowly and in real time. The second half of it sounds as if someone found the right frequenty to tune in to but is trying its best to understand the language being spoken, if it is indeed a language.
“The Old Hag” is one track of nothing but distorted… I don’t know if it would be computer noise but you could say it’s the most “technological” of pieces on both albums, and it goes for a brutal 35 minutes. It would definitely irritate neighbors, or at least they may be wondering if you’re okay, if not normal.
If harsh noise is your thing, you’ll want to pick up the new 30 minute cassette by Vargrwulf. It’s said to be “one live track recorded direct to tape in summer of 2014″, which wasn’t that long ago (it might have happened last night)” and that the piece is “inspired by the landscape and figure studies of the painter Balthus.” You may listen to a brief excerpt above. For ordering information, e-mail harshhumanignorance [at] gmail [dot] com.
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I’ve yet to make it over to Olympia, Washington for the annual Experimental Music Festival, but I hope to if one is held in the next two years. This year’s one did make it, and this video of Psychic Fire was shot during a Saturday on June 28th. The video was posted by Arrington de Dionyso, partly because he plays within, alongside China Faith Star and Graeme Smith. This was shot at the Northern All Ages Project.
Solid noise mavens will want to order this new cassette released by the French label Tanzprocesz. It’s a split tape between Placenta Popeye and Fusiller, with the Placenta Popeye taken from a live recording while Fusiller sounds like it was taken from ekectrocuted broadcasts from an unknown source. You may listen to excerpts of each side of the tape below.
The moans of minimalistic drone is explored in a new 2-song EP by Seirmon. Titled Strandheem ’92, the cover is based (if not stolen) on classical records while the music is very much the kind of sounds that you’ll want to zone out to, or it will zone you out as you meditate through its waves. The 17-minute EP is available for free.
Puce Mary is someone who doesn’t care about genre clarification. She may be considered one style or the other but she will go out of her way to create something else. Or not care about what anyone says. Her work may be industrial, experimental, avant-garde, or something else someone is ready to tag her with, but it’s very much out and in there at the same time. Her new album is called Persona (Posh Isolation), which you could say very much represents not only her as a person, but her music being a persona in and of itself. “Courses” could be something you’d hear in a museum or exhibit or the final piece you might not want to hear before you die, but that’s the beauty in work like this. Puce Mary may not be for everyone, but she isn’t looking specifically for everyone to begin with. The vinyl-only album can be ordered directly from PoshIsolation.net.
After a few attempts to put this together, Skull Servant’s Watching EP now makes it onto the format that matters. Said to sound like a blend of “Einsturzende Neubauten/Test Dept industrial, early 90′s powerviolence and modern day hardcore ala Walls with more than a smattering of noise“, take it as it is and let it warp your mind. Released digitally two years ago, it finally makes its vinyl release in 2014. Three songs in total, you can stream it in full and/or buy the record, each copy on red vinyl, directly below via Bandcamp.