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To the guy who promoted NOISE MUSIC here

To the guy who promoted NOISE MUSIC here
July 08, 2013, 07:19:57 PM
Sorry if this is against the rules, but I remember a guy here who had a blog where he posted some noise music, and his favorite at the time was a woman who made interesting abstract music. I remember he saying on the blog that her music surpassed all others for him.

And most importantly, he linked to an amazing site, apparently of a former noise label, with free online noise albums from the most insane bands. I could not find this site yet!

So if you still come here, please indicate your site and the label's site

Thanks!

Sorry if this is against the rules, but I remember a guy here who had a blog where he posted some noise music, and his favorite at the time was a woman who made interesting abstract music. I remember he saying on the blog that her music surpassed all others for him.

And most importantly, he linked to an amazing site, apparently of a former noise label, with free online noise albums from the most insane bands. I could not find this site yet!

So if you still come here, please indicate your site and the label's site

Thanks!

You might be talking about Hospital Productions, based out of NY. They were home to Ash Pool, as well as several noise and power electronics artists. The label's shop closed down last I heard.

If it's not them, then sorry I can't help you.

Thanks, but it was not this one: It was a website that made available a lot of releases online in streaming.


No, but thank you very much for that. Even if I never find the site I was looking for, the trhead is worthwhile by this amazing site. I'm downloading from there right now.

Do you enjoy the site?

I haven't investigated it much due to the daunting size, but most I have checked out has enough quality to pique my interest (compositions opposed to directionless drone),  though nothing stands out just yet.

Maybe it was this http://www.radicalmatters.com ?
Both of these I had forgotten about until this thread reminded me.





No, but this seems good also.

It was a website who said the music was disgusting and extreme, If I remeber correctly it was a simple web site design with the album covers and band names to pick it from.

And it was full on noise, no melody whatsoever.

You guys should look into owning a chainsaw.
That's pretty extreme and disgusting noise.
But useful, as a by-product.

crow, this is not noise, but I bet you've not listened to something like this before:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSeNSzJ2-Jw

ZOMG! What IS IT?
To my undeaducated metal-ear, it resembles somebody being run over by a subway train, but in time-lapse, speed-altered rendition.
But yes, it is very dissimilar to a chainsaw.

crow, this is not noise, but I bet you've not listened to something like this before:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSeNSzJ2-Jw

Man what the fuck? haha

This is about the last thing I would ever expect to be posted here.

I spent my chainsaw money on records,
now the chipmunks have proliferated in the woodpiles.


 :'(



That's what happens when decadence sets in. You take your eye off the ball, and what needed to be done is set aside, in favour of the questionable delights of extreme and disgusting noise.
Only the chipmunks benefit.
Which, when you get right down to it, is probably for the best.

And that, you might say, is the taoist view.

ZOMG! What IS IT?
To my undeaducated metal-ear, it resembles somebody being run over by a subway train, but in time-lapse, speed-altered rendition.
But yes, it is very dissimilar to a chainsaw.

Well, it's a little rough and simple minded but I think Skrillex really hit the nail on the head with this song. Very emotional.

Humanicide: As I said, I think that is a good song by skrillex. Until 20 minutes or so, I also enjoy this mix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzI00jEaJ4Q

But it is very repetitive, not suitable for everyone. It's kinda tetric. It could use refinement in both songwriting and production.

But now on a completely different band, if you want some good stuff in pop electronic, listen to this 2013 album:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBR-wDgnC1k

Very sensitive guy. The sound is a mix between Depeche Mode and Justin Timberlake.

How have we gone from noise to Justin Timberlake in this thread?

I have no idea why you would recommend any of that to me, it's completely out of the field of anything I would find worthwhile to listen to.

Here is some actual noise music.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yv-4BquEH8