Doomed synth opens the way to the deeply unsettling noise that lies beneath ...
CDr and C6 that was for sale during their 2009 US tour.
WHAT'S THE POINT?
The intention is to promote people who make beautiful music.
The intention is to introduce you to the people who have been carving their own path...with no care for what anybody thinks.
We try not to post things that are still for sale but sometimes post things that are not easily available. If you like what you hear, then find these people and tell them how great they are.
Better still, tell them and then seek out their new releases and buy them. We add links, when they are reliable and active, so that you can keep track if you so wish.
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When not fronting the Argentinian band Reynols, Miguel Tomasin has amassed a quiet cult following of his own centered on his discursive vocal style and the rambling musical accompaniment of his bandmates. Perhaps not the most sought after, but one of the rarer releases of his (I think it was limited to 25 but don't quote me) is this bit that functions as a split with the band, equal parts drum-fueled monologue and freak-out jam. If anyone out there in the "cyber" has the 10" on Freedom From now would be as good a time as any to share!
A 3" CDr released on Gameboy in 2001.
Vomir is a favorite of this blog and needs no introduction. Napalm Noise is a mysterious outfit I must confess to knowing little about. Most releases are split like this one and appear on the Underground Pollution label. This track veers off the pure noise course and into some heavily distorted beats. A fine outing with some duly apocalyptic artwork...
A CDr released on Maisonbruit in 2006.
Time for a bit of respite from this wall of din. The ever unpredictable Family Battle Snake deliver 2 tracks of moody drones, excellent for late night contemplation of this wretched hellscape we call contemporary reality.
A CDr released on Meatus in 2007.