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Bring the (harsh) noise !

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These days, when I feel like listening to pure chaos I put some of this on:

Dustbreeders feat. Junko "Mommy close the doors"
Hijokaidan "Polar Nights Live"
Guilty Connector 'Cosmic trigger 2am visit'
Merzbow "Live at No Fun"
Government Alpha "Sporadic Spectra"
Junko & Mattin "Pinknoise"
Incapacitants "El Shambara Therminosis"
incapacitants "Burning Orange"
Carlos Giffoni "Arrogance"
Hyniouki "Nyou"


what about you ?

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I usually always come back to this one:

Macronympha / Government Alpha - Obliteration

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I do the dishes in a contact-microphone-amplified kitchen sink. :)
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JF wrote:I do the dishes in a contact-microphone-amplified kitchen sink. :)
can you burn me a CD of that ?

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Before that I'd rapidshare to you the stuff we pmed about a few days ago - still interested?... we have a new internet-connection here and uploading things is much faster than expected!
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I wish I could rapidshare my dirty dishes, two days worth there now, sigh.

Generally I don't desire to hear the sound of pure chaos, but one nice little item fell my way early this week:


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Matthieu Saladin - 4'33" / 0'00"

The very first release of Cage's 4'33", from the 1974 Cramps release performed by Gianni-Emilio' Simonetti, but amplified by Saladin to the maximum level. The noisiest silence I ever heard.

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You're undoubtedly familiar with his Intervalles release, Richard.
I really like that one, a different kettle of fish.
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Jesse wrote:You're undoubtedly familiar with his Intervalles release, Richard.
I really like that one, a different kettle of fish.
Indeed I am, and also his rather good disc Plateformes with Boghossian and Rives.

Now back to the noisy stuff... I like Daniel Menche's stuff, his Creatures of Cadence on Longbox, and the 3" Kanticle on Fern are my favourites.

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Hijokaidan with Busratch - Split Series 1
Descension - Live March 1995
Whitehouse - Total Sex, Bird Seed, Wriggle Like a Fucking Eel (12")
SPK - "Emanation Machine R. Gie 1916" from Information Overload Unit
Masonna - Ejaculation Generator, Frequency LSD
Hession/Wilkinson/Fell - The Horrors of Darmstadt
Otomo Yoshihide - Turntable Solo
New Blockaders & Organum - Pulp

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JF wrote:Before that I'd rapidshare to you the stuff we pmed about a few days ago - still interested?... we have a new internet-connection here and uploading things is much faster than expected!
sure :) I failed miserably in my attempt at bittorenting.

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Richard Pinnell wrote:I wish I could rapidshare my dirty dishes, two days worth there now, sigh.

Generally I don't desire to hear the sound of pure chaos, but one nice little item fell my way early this week:


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Matthieu Saladin - 4'33" / 0'00"

The very first release of Cage's 4'33", from the 1974 Cramps release performed by Gianni-Emilio' Simonetti, but amplified by Saladin to the maximum level. The noisiest silence I ever heard.
Reminds me of a "noise = silence + volume" conversation on another thread.

I really enjoyed the "Stock Exchanges Pieces" on wmor, but I supposed you have that...

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fearandpanic wrote: Descension - Live March 1995
Hession/Wilkinson/Fell - The Horrors of Darmstadt
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Descension is great. I think everything is OOP nowadays isn't it ?

about the trio : Is that Alan Wilkinson ? Is that still in print ?

Jaworzyn and Wilkinson have a great duo (but I think we have mentioned that elsewehere)

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How do you do quotes of different messages in the same reply ????!!!!

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Skrobek wrote: Descension is great. I think everything is OOP nowadays isn't it?
I don't think so, not quite yet. It's listed on the Bruce's Fingers site: http://pagesperso-orange.fr/brucesfingers/index.htm
about the trio : Is that Alan Wilkinson?
Yes it is.
Is that still in print ?
Probably not, it's an old releae on the Shock label. You might still come across it if you browse around, though (I did).
How do you do quotes of different messages in the same reply ????!!!!
You need to paste in what you want to quote (from whatever messages you want, and however much you want of them), select the bit of text to be quote-boxed, and click the "Quote" button (in the buttons listed above the reply box.) You'll automatically get the quote-/quote tags in brackets around the text, but you'll need to add the name of the person. For that, just look at the code you normally get when you hit reply. It shows you have to change the plain quote (in brackets) to quote="Richard Pinnell" (or whoever).

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Post by flies »

Skrobek wrote:How do you do quotes of different messages in the same reply
[ quote="poster" ] copy/paste [ / quote ]

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fearandpanic wrote:
Skrobek wrote: Descension is great. I think everything is OOP nowadays isn't it?
I don't think so, not quite yet. It's listed on the Bruce's Fingers site: http://pagesperso-orange.fr/brucesfingers/index.htm
about the trio : Is that Alan Wilkinson?
Yes it is.
Is that still in print ?
Probably not, it's an old releae on the Shock label. You might still come across it if you browse around, though (I did).
How do you do quotes of different messages in the same reply ????!!!!
You need to paste in what you want to quote (from whatever messages you want, and however much you want of them), select the bit of text to be quote-boxed, and click the "Quote" button (in the buttons listed above the reply box.) You'll automatically get the quote-/quote tags in brackets around the text, but you'll need to add the name of the person. For that, just look at the code you normally get when you hit reply. It shows you have to change the plain quote (in brackets) to quote="Richard Pinnell" (or whoever).

Ahhhhh thanks !

Stefan Jaworzyn should make more records...

I must say the "child abuse" collage on Bird Seed really bothers me. I listened to it once, won't do it again....

I'd rather put TOSHIJI MIKAWA's solo on anoemo Gyo-Kai Elegy

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Like this:
poster wrote:copy/paste
Oh no, hang on....


I have that Descension disc somewhere. I can't remember liking it much but played it a lot from a cassette tape dub I made in a car I used to own, simply because the speakers in the car were dreadful and the engine was so noisy it was about the only thing I could hear properly!

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Sheer

Hellish

Miasma

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Richard Pinnell wrote:I have that Descension disc somewhere. I can't remember liking it much but played it a lot from a cassette tape dub I made in a car I used to own, simply because the speakers in the car were dreadful and the engine was so noisy it was about the only thing I could hear properly!
No need to come up with some excuse like "It's really John Cage's 4:33 cranked up" or "It's because of the car" to listen to noise music :) :wink:

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My
Fucking
Fridge
When
I'm
Feeling
Very
Irritable
"I would not talk, like Cornets-
I'd rather be the One
Raised softly to the Ceilings-
And out, and easy on-
Through Villages Of Ether..."

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