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Thread Contributor: Deadly Habitanyone on here listen to noise as a genre?

#1
yea lately i've found myself listening to my noise 12"s and cds alot more digging for samples.
i'm talking like pure homebrew instruments, feedback etc no melody etc
stuff like john wiese, bastard noise, spme japanese stuff that the names escape me atm.
just wondered if anyone else is as weird as me Oops
of and if you do some new suggestions would be tight
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#2
I listen to some of that stuff on occasion. Would def suggest ILLUSION OF SAFETY.
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#3
Merzbow is the king for this sort of shit.
Just got Multiplication - an album he did with John Wiese - a fucking racket. Turned it down to half volume and it was still giving me earache - great stuff.
The thing he did with Boris - Sun Baked Snow Cave - is well worth a listen n'all. One 60-minute track that starts quiet and acoustic and gradually gets more and more intense.
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#4
yea man i listen to merzbow, oh and blunt if you like wiese i can hook you up to a link of the split 12" that has owl pregnancies (18 min track) 300 ltd pressing.
one of the tunes ive spent a good day or so chopping samples from for atmospherics
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#5
yeah, would like to hear from Wiese. He appears on Sunn o)))'s latest thing, Black One, n'all - dark, loud and real fucking slow. Sabbath pitched down basically
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#6
do you want a link to actually buy the vinyl or a rip?
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#7
Not heard any of it myself. I heard an SC podcast ESB did though (no.3 here: http://www.subvertcentral.com/podcast/) which was very noisy indeed!

Been hearing more about this "noisecore" genre but am yet to hear it. Any good?
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#8
i haven't heard much myself either -but anything revolving around sound manipulation and feedback would make interesting listening i'm sure. as yet iv'e only heard the more noisy types of breakcore and experimental tracks but would like to hear some of this music Icon_yippee
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#9
Merzbow - Merzbuddha might go down well with some on here. Usual ear-splitting frequencies combined with massive chunks of dub bass
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#10
Blunt Wrote:Merzbow - Merzbuddha might go down well with some on here. Usual ear-splitting frequencies combined with massive chunks of dub bass

sounds good!
are there any sites you know of that stock mp3s to buy or listen to? Grin
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#12
Deadly Habit Wrote:http://www.oppositerecords.com/ Cool

excellent!
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#13
Wave

you'll be hearing quite a few noise artists on my sc podcast Wink

along with the obvious choice of merzbow, check out masonna, keiji haino, bastard noise, whitehouse, msbr, otomo yoshihide, smell & quim and aube. oh and start with lou reed's metal machine music

check out these two forums too:

http://www.harshnoise.com/board/index.php
http://p206.ezboard.com/biheartnoise
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#14
Grin me hence the name...
beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
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#15
Is this all electronic? Or anything like the Boredoms? Baffled
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#16
Is it just me or has Noise become quite popular (relatively speaking) recently? With Wolf Eyes on Subpop etc? Personally I'm not really into the pure noise stuff, but I like it when noise is used as a stylistic element, e.g. currently Mouthus or Todd.

BTW, I saw Wolf Eyes live some days ago and was kinda underwhelmed. I went because they had Battles as support act (and Battles killed it, fucking billiant) and while Wolf Eyes were making a racket their impact wasnt half as brutal as I expected, especially compared to the ultratight rhythm machine that is Battles.
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#17
littlenemo Wrote:is it just me or has noise become quite popular (relatively speaking) recently? with wolf eyes on subpop etc?

it's not just you, it has become a lot more popular. in some ways i'm unsure why, think a lot of it has to do with people wanting to be hip or cool or whatever, and that some parts of the media have latched onto it. there's a lot of shit noise artists out there who unfortunately aren't doing anything new or imaginative with it.

littlenemo Wrote:battles

Xyxthumbs
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#18
kontra Wrote:Wave

you'll be hearing quite a few noise artists on my sc podcast Wink

along with the obvious choice of merzbow, check out masonna, keiji haino, bastard noise, whitehouse, msbr, otomo yoshihide, smell & quim and aube. oh and start with lou reed's metal machine music

check out these two forums too:

http://www.harshnoise.com/board/index.php
http://p206.ezboard.com/biheartnoise

podcast soon kontra?
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#19
littleNemo Wrote:Is it just me or has Noise become quite popular (relatively speaking) recently? With Wolf Eyes on Subpop etc? Personally I'm not really into the pure noise stuff, but I like it when noise is used as a stylistic element, e.g. currently Mouthus or Todd.

BTW, I saw Wolf Eyes live some days ago and was kinda underwhelmed. I went because they had Battles as support act (and Battles killed it, fucking billiant) and while Wolf Eyes were making a racket their impact wasnt half as brutal as I expected, especially compared to the ultratight rhythm machine that is Battles.

I'm told that's because the noiseiest dude in WE actually left..
The Konspiracy Group: Fighting Conservative Thinking In Electronic Music since 2000.
Http://www.thekonspiracygroup.com
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#20
lol i ordered a whole bunch of stuff from oppositye a few years back. lotsa bastard noise, merzbow and some other stuff, just decided to bring this up cause i was digging some samples out of some john wiese tracks.
Cool im tempted to post up a couple tracks since theyre off a ltd 300 run vinyl, but at the same time i wanna keep em to myself Twisted
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#21
dionysus Wrote:podcast soon Kontra?

July I believe
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#22
Kontra Wrote:
dionysus Wrote:podcast soon Kontra?

July I believe

cool Cool
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#23
kontra Wrote:
littlenemo Wrote:is it just me or has noise become quite popular (relatively speaking) recently? with wolf eyes on subpop etc?

it's not just you, it has become a lot more popular. in some ways i'm unsure why, think a lot of it has to do with people wanting to be hip or cool or whatever, and that some parts of the media have latched onto it. there's a lot of shit noise artists out there who unfortunately aren't doing anything new or imaginative with it.

yes, the hipsters™ seem to be into it, don't know where that's coming from. i think i saw a 10 point review for the new whitehouse album in vice (what a shitty mag) the other day.


kontra Wrote:
littlenemo Wrote:battles

Xyxthumbs

Homerdrool
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#24
sweet now when people ask me wtf im listening to, i can say i'm being trendy Lol
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#25
dunno how I didn't come to post in this thread

Wave
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