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    PM sent! I enjoy tapes.
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    Hello, my friends,

    My group and I, Fashionmasters, released some noise music on PandaFuzz. It is called Splits: Vol. 2.



    Usually this project is just my friend Bryant and I, who do all the music. But this time we have a video collaboration by Laura Simpson. The cover was done by Luis Domingo, who did a similar cover for the first volume.

    We have a lot of fun making these Fashionmasters things. I hope you might find it enjoyable.
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    so emeralds are doing an album with alan howarth. holy god damn.

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    I had to look up Alan Howarth....but that's fucking awesome news.
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    oh shit - that's going to be super interesting. That must be like working with your idol for those guys.
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    Wow, this Hive Mind album is seriously great. Some really fascinating, brooding soundscapes.
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    yeah, the Hive Mind record is one of my favorites of the year.

    also, this new Matt Carlson LP on DRAFT is incredible... totally next level for him. Gecko Dream Levels was one of the most eye opening things I've listened to in a long while, and this one continues that trend. Love his use of the Vocoder... I've posted this before, but why not again:


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    rene hell plays a live set at 3PM PST today: http://www.ioufm.org/

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    I received two tapes from Jared this week! I just finished listened to Social Drag's New Age Healer and it's pretty awesome! Extremely gloomy and glitchy spacey soundscapes. I recorded 44.1/16 into Pro Tools as well to have a digital copy. I'll listen to the other later today i am sure!
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    Hey guys, I just came across this collage on ? and wanted to get your take. I think 2011 has been a boon year for ambient, but I am still quite the n00b and only recognize a few albums here (Tim Hecker, Barn Owl, Fennesz...of which I really like and think all 3 are all very different). Anyway, take a look and let me know if you think there is something else on there that I should snatch.

    http://what.cd/collages.php?id=11375

    I'd add these to any y/e ambient list:

    Asura - Oxygene
    Desolate - The Invisible Insurrection
    A Winged Victory for the Sullen - s/t
    Carbon Based Lifeforms - Twentythree (quite possibly my favorite ambient this year)
    One of the Grouper ones (need to listen again to remember which I liked more)

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    out of the ones i've heard on that list (most of them), i'd recommend:
    Indignant Senility
    Cindytalk
    Jacaszek
    Simon Scott
    Higuma

    I highly recommend the first three.

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    Right on, thanks.

    Of those I listed, are there any that you have yet to check out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeezrRckr View Post
    Hey guys, I just came across this collage on ? and wanted to get your take. I think 2011 has been a boon year for ambient, but I am still quite the n00b and only recognize a few albums here (Tim Hecker, Barn Owl, Fennesz...of which I really like and think all 3 are all very different). Anyway, take a look and let me know if you think there is something else on there that I should snatch.

    http://what.cd/collages.php?id=11375

    I'd add these to any y/e ambient list:

    Asura - Oxygene
    Desolate - The Invisible Insurrection
    A Winged Victory for the Sullen - s/t
    Carbon Based Lifeforms - Twentythree (quite possibly my favorite ambient this year)
    One of the Grouper ones (need to listen again to remember which I liked more)
    +1 (winged victory, grouper,Indignant Senility, Simon Scott)
    and i would recommend the roly porter & juv as well.

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    +1 Grouper and Winged Victory.

    I need to listen to the Porter again...

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    Just finished listening to Jefre Cantu-Ledesma Shining Skull Breath. It was very good. Just started Higuma Pacific Fog Dreams and it is ruling so far as well.

    +another for Indignant Senility and Grouper

    Still need to listen to A Winged Victory for the Sullen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by send me ctrpllrs View Post
    Anybody else heard Container LP on Spectrum Spools? Listened to my copy today... beast of an album. I don't know what to say other than it was awesome and it made me dance.

    Don't have Fabric and haven't listened to Forma yet, but fuck everything on this label is so incredible.
    I know very little about noise music and came to the Container LP through the techno route, but now I am intrigued by a lot of the names he discusses is this RA article: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1507

    Has anyone listened to his other releases under the Container moniker?

    6/27: Fuck Buttons @ The Independent
    6/28: Robyn & Royksopp @ Bill Graham
    7/3: Sigha, Marcel Fengler @ Monarch
    7/18: The Field @ The Independent
    8/16: James Zabiela @ Mighty
    8/23-8/24: FYF Fest
    10/5: The War on Drugs, Cass McCombs @ The Fillmore
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    Great article. Happy to hear he'll be releasing something on Morphosis' label.

    I wonder about the reaction of the American noise community to this increased level of interest from the Euro-centric techno community.

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    I just got back from Father You See Queen which was formed after To Kill A Petty Bourgiouse broke up and they were absolutely amazing. I really enjoyed TKAPB, but this is just as good if not better. You can listen to the EP here, they describe it as minimal, but I don't know enough about the genre to know if that's right. I don't know if this is even really noise, but it has noisy parts and roots, so here it is. I also picked up a music box they only made 36 of with ash, hair, and a mini cassette inside. The cassette has 20 minutes of material only on these so as soon as I can find something to play it on and figure out how to upload it I will.
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    i didn't even realize tkapb broke up. interesting... thanks for the tip.

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    The new Perispirit is pretty hit and miss for me. The first side is the typical disjointed noise that I have a hard time getting into. But the second side is fantastic, especially that last 6-7 minutes or so.
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    Wholeheartedly disagree on the Perispirit. While I'm not as thrilled about it thus far as I was Abysmal Penetrations... It's far beyond "typical" anything. It has much less in common with cut up noise than it does musique concrete. The first side is full of splendid transitions that seem more concerned about space than texture. A headphones listen might be in order, as Donoso has done some serious post-processing that blew me away.

    I agree on the second side... although it's honestly more what I would like to hear from Donoso's solo stuff than Perispirit. Not gonna quibble though... fantastic album.

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    I'm late in hearing this, but Cut Hands - Afro Noise is immediately one of my favorite noise albums ever. I love the use of percussion.
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    I recommend Black Pyramid from Aun for those of you interested in drone/dark ambient. They remind me of Barn Owl, but with more electronic instruments (vs guitars/effects). I just uploaded a V0 of a really nice vinyl rip I acquired to ?; check it out. PM me if you want the hi-res files.

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    Tell me about Hobo Cubes. His song "Spiritual Hangover" reminds me a lot of that Earn tape I love so much.
    7/12 - Nick Cave - Ace
    7/13 - New Order - Greek (?)
    7/17 - The Field - Echoplex (?)
    7/19 - Gregg Allman - KCRW
    7/22 - Man or Astro-man? - Roxy


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    Hobo Cubes is Francesco De Gallo who runs the Hobo Cult Records label. He's done so many releases in the past few years that it is hard to keep track. I like the earlier stuff the most, as it was a bit more delicate. All of the earlier splits and releases on Hobo Cult are fantastic. Especially the Panabrite/Hobo Cubes split, Gio and the Thoughts on Air/Hobo Cubes split on Rotifer. Mecca D'Orra Dwellers is brilliant as well. Lately it has been a bit more synth bombast, but there are some gems in all of his releases. Oh, and his collab with Sundrips called Video Diaries is top notch.

    No clue what release Spiritual Hangover is from.

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    It appears it's from a release called Strangers.

    I'm guessing that's one of the earlier ones, this was definitely a light, atmospheric track.
    7/12 - Nick Cave - Ace
    7/13 - New Order - Greek (?)
    7/17 - The Field - Echoplex (?)
    7/19 - Gregg Allman - KCRW
    7/22 - Man or Astro-man? - Roxy


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    Black Dice just announced a date here (Tucson). I'm so excited. I saw them open for Animal Collective a few years ago and their performance really blew me away.

    Matthew Dear - 7/12 - Vulcan Gas Company
    Boris - 7/29 - The Mohawk
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    Yeah. They're fantastic live. And plenty loud.
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    I recently saw Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) and Nels Cline (Wlico) do a noise set (east village / last month I think) for the New York Alternative Guitar festival.

    It was a small room and they were brutally loud. I was so looking forward to seeing this, but we had to leave after a few minutes (with ear protection).

    Honestly I was kind of pissed at them for not even warning the audience to protect their ears. I would have done that it were me (it was an eclectic music night so not the type of night where I should have expected this level of volume) .... seemed super selfish and Thurston Moore looked like he was dealing with a ton of "Kim Breakup" rage ..

    That said, noise is definitely art and music imho

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    Not to be sassy, but didn't you get a warning as to the volume when you saw Thurston Moore and Nels Cline listed as the performers? They're not going to be quiet. Both Thurston noise sets I've seen were so loud that half the room left.
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