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  • mefurgly

    "Sometimes it's hard to know whether to laugh or be terrified listening to AM and that's how I like it." +1

    16 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • nabraxas

    Yes, I think that there is a definite 'math' behind it. Exponentially, the deeper that you get into your particular craft = the more often and the more refined it can become (Merzbow being the reigning example) ... However, if you are pond scum floating on the surface, merely reaffirming it's expired credibility forever, well that can be quite entertaining for me as well. Though, only with a clear vision of it's implications, obviously...

    2 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • nabraxas

    Yeah that's a bit riding the rail of ridicule, if you ask moi. It seems that the 'true' noise artists get the support of the masses, in that they are ubiquitous and easily understood, despite the fact that they may be 'pushing the genre' at a respectable rate. But I say: doesn't it better reflect the genre of 'harsh noise' if a noisician jumps around a bit, hopping off the fence whilst maintaining a strict defence... Shit, now I'm playing with words again : )

    2 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • nabraxas

    Yeah, I definitely hear you on that. I admittedly have a soft spot for goth/new wave/synthpop stuff though and if Dom is incorporating that into the realm of PE, with all of his talent, then I must attest!

    2 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • nabraxas

    Oh and I just read your shout to him : P Regarding Bermuda, the synth-poppy tracks do represent a sort of 'logical next step', one of many that he could have segued into, and I am personally very glad that he did. Cold Cave, Alberich, Wes Eisold's various projects, and pretty much everyone on the 'Around the Dragon's Broken Neck...' comp all seem to be creating a certain trend that falls between the lo-fi minimal synth and power electronics barriers. I dig it.

    2 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • nabraxas

    I'm following BoT's suit. Hello! You're musical taste proves that you are worthy.

    2 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, mayersa! Happy listening.

    1 jui. 2011 Répondre

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