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miércoles, 13 de septiembre de 2017

VARIOUS - TASTE OF TONGUES - (Inner - x - Musick, CASSETTE C-90, 1984) (MP3 256)


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Selección de electrónica experimental que produjo el sello Inner-x-Musick en el año 1984. El sello aportó una buena cantidad de cassettes en los 80, todas ellas dedicadas al mundo de la electrónica. La estrella del sello fue el grupo Sleep Chamber, aunque también produjo varias de las obras de Controlled Bleeding, Women of the SS e incluso de Psychic TV.

Esta recopilación limitada a 500 copias contiene muy buen material de electrónica industrial ochentera y en ella encontramos a Sleep Chamber, Bene Gesserit, Attrition o a Human Flesh, por citar a los más conocidos.

Espero que os guste.

A1 Hidious In Strength Shadow In The Valley
A2 Attrition How About That, Dum-Dum
A3 Bene Gesserit Erg Habbania
A4 Sleep Chamber Faith In Silence
Vocals [Guest] - Melinda Monroe*
A5 7 From Life Chinese School
A6 Women Of The SS Force By Silver
B1 Human Flesh US Again
B2 Cortex (2) Cortex AA
B3 Psi Field Ya'ge
B4 Uncleaned Dead Impatient Patient
B5 Melinda T. Monroe HuH?
B6 Blax Mongoloid Melody
B7 Massman Theme/New Law




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lunes, 9 de mayo de 2016

7 From Life ‎– Sting Of The Honey Spider, INNER-X-MUSICK 1985 - MP3

7 From Life was the one man noise/ritual ambient project of Lawrence Van Horn from the United States which existed from around 1984 to 1987. Through these few years of output several releases such as Souls Of Dead Sharks became known only through the underground tape trading circuit, and 7 From Life faded into near complete obscurity. Sting Of The Honey Spider was released and 1995, with some help from John Zewizz (of Sleep Chamber, Women Of The SS, Cult Ov The Womb, Hidious In Strength, etc.).

The earlier 7 From Life releases were characterised by being a similar mish-mash of lo-fi avant-garde noise to Nurse With Wound (Steven Stapleton's work always seems to be a benchmark of comparison for music like this), but Sting Of The Honey Spider finds us rooted in minimalistic dark ambient territory, or ritual ambient if you will. There are plenty of drawn out synths to go around, non-obtrusive but with just enough melody spiking through to provoke curiosity as layers of tape deck generated noise wash over the listener. Dark, mechnical sounds create a pervading, uneasy sense of atmosphere. Recorded instrumentation such as guitars and bass can be heard, removing us at times from this soullessness into something more ugly and naturalistic. But what rounds it all off, is that shimmering, percussive elements vitrify all this lo-fi goop into something ethereal. Necklace for Tears is the highlight for this reason, as is Rain of Ashes and A World of Pure Salt to a lesser extent.

Sting Of The Honey Spider is a superb piece of ugly dirge, serving to fill the void left by those who have exhausted the earlier releases of Nurse With Wound and Maurizio Bianchi.