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Continuing to listen on my daily train commute to the 10 solo guitar/turntable releases of Andrew Broder.

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Round and round last night/this morning, Pedestrian Deposit Austere [monorail trespassing]

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Stephen wrote:Round and round last night/this morning, Pedestrian Deposit Austere [monorail trespassing]
How does it compare to the previous works? Well I only know Fatale but this is such a strong disc!

I think I read somewhere that the guy is not alone anymore in this project and that there's some... cello to be heard in his work now, is that right?! I can't recall if it was a report of the recent No Fun show or a comment about this Austere recording...

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jcg wrote:How does it compare to the previous works? Well I only know Fatale but this is such a strong disc!

I think I read somewhere that the guy is not alone anymore in this project and that there's some... cello to be heard in his work now, is that right?! I can't recall if it was a report of the recent No Fun show or a comment about this Austere recording...
Well, I've not heard any of the previous PD discs at all - nothing. But yes, there's a fairly large dose of cello.

For a project with a history of harsh noise, this must be a departure, it is meticulously composed, even in the (brief) harsh sections. No plug in and rage here. There's loads of space, a lot of sustained tones (mostly sourced from the cello, with processing) which i imagine is the upshot of all Borges' work as Emaciator, there's also a couple of snatches of sampled (?) piano, the first of which works bloody well - a short loop which cuts out in mid decay. Overall I'm really liking it, though I was having trouble with some of the fades he uses to segue between sections: I couldn't help thinking some of the jump-cut mentality of harsh noise would have produced a really interesting result with this unharsh material.

The Brainwashed reviewdoes some comparison with his previous work..ooh, and has samples...

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Christoph De Babalon
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how is this? where did you buy it?

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There's two magnificent pianists woefully unheard by most, Vanessa.

Just heard:

The Magic I.D.
Till My Breath Gives Out
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Motivated by Vanessa's listening above, Burrell is amazing.
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Wild, mind-expanding stuff :!: :!:
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atmospheric sludge metal - not good, but not bad either

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Not sure where to put this, Graham Lambkin's list of 10 releases he's into (Joe McPhee!):

http://www.dustedmagazine.com/features/831
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The Graham Lambkin thread might be a logical place to put it.

Seem to be spending most of my time telling people to move posts to other threads, but I assure you I'm definitely not a moderator :)
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So stop acting like one.
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black/doom metal with hint of noise

from Maja Ratkje's web-site:
"Trinacria was originally a composition by Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved), Maja S. K. Ratkje and Hils Sofie Tafjord (both from Fe-mail), commissioned by Rikskonsertene for a concert series. The line-up was completed by Grutle Kjellson, Ice Dale (both from Enslaved), Iver Sandøy (Emmerhoff) and Espen Lien. In short: after working together briefly, the composition turned into a vital project which, after touring, became a fully welded band."

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How is this Jesse? I've been into Halvorson for a bit, but I've yet to hear her in this combination.

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Jesse wrote:Not sure where to put this, Graham Lambkin's list of 10 releases he's into (Joe McPhee!):

http://www.dustedmagazine.com/features/831
that Moniek Darge album is really good, Graham made me a copy of that last year. she's a major influence on him, to the point that his cat is named Moniek. :D