日野繭子 [Mayuko Hino] – Lunisolar

Leaving unfathomably harsh, emotionless and unstructured noise in the late-80's/90's, Hino understands that shock-value noise has no place in the present day. I was never expecting such noise coming into Lunisolar, however, knowing her involvement in the legendary "psychedelic" Japanoise group, C.C.C.C., but there was no denying it was going to be rough. In the … Continue reading 日野繭子 [Mayuko Hino] – Lunisolar

Tim Hecker – Mirages

I’ve had a crack of producing a few ambient tracks just like every man and his dog seems to have done these days and I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s really fucking difficult. Depending on what type of ambient you listen to, whether it be the less busy drones of Chihei Hatakeyama or projects … Continue reading Tim Hecker – Mirages

The Body – I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer

An absolutely filthy album, guaranteed to make you feel guilty of ever laughing, smiling, or being happy and encouraging you to feel like complete shit in the most phenomenal way possible. Portland band, The Body, seem to have been unhappy and angry since their sludgy introduction in 2004, and have continued to layer drone, noise, … Continue reading The Body – I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer

Pedestrian Deposit – Fatale

Just like many performing noise artists, well, real noise artists who understand and compose cacophony as something more than aural shock value, the sounds of Pedestrian Deposit are comprised physically and sometimes violently, creating art by using technology and instruments completely opposed to how they’re traditionally meant to be utilised. Electrifying metal to collaging tearing … Continue reading Pedestrian Deposit – Fatale