Free or pay what you want via bandcamp.
Followup collaborative album from Andreas Brandal (Flesh Coffin) & Jakob Palmer-Vida (Jake Vida, Remlap).
Released 05 October 2012.
I recently did the cover art for this tape, it’s now out via Knife In The Toaster. Can order HERE.
Bartek Kalinka is someone that I’ve been aware of for a number of years. After a couple of trades for his XV Parowek tapes and related release material, I knew that I’d eventualy release something for him. Well, yeah. Here we are then. The title pretty much tells you what you need to know then, eh? A blend of the the cerebral and the direct. Violin = Leaves, Leaves = Violin etc. Jcard art by Jake Vida. Available in black on cream and cream on black. Edition of 30.
Pat of SNSE has started offering some out of print tapes from the GAPING HOLE series for free stream from his site. One of them is my single sided c40 from 2007, “Of Heart’s Desire”. There doesn’t seem to be an index of the other releases yet but he sent me the link to my page. Enjoy.
EDIT: There’s an index up now with all 37 tapes, available for stream http://www.gapinghole.snse.net
Been sitting on these for a while now. Limited amount available, email first for size. Printed on Gildan Heavy Cotton. First come first served. Played around with different ways to cut the cost on these as many complained that the last batch of Rita shirts cost too much, and I agree. These will all ship via surface mail as opposed to air mail as in the past. $19 ppd NA, $23 ppd WORLD. Add $8 to order for The Rita Retrospective DVD if you want. Email: pointlessblankrec at gmail dot com
Terror #2 is out today. Magazine, oriented to noise/power electronics/industrial.
Martin Bladh (Sharing thoughts about IRM, Skin Area, performance art, art in general, sound etc.)
dogfart Aspa (Huge interview about Special Interests and other magazines, Freak Animal, Grunt, Nicole12, Northern Heritage and many more things)
Slogun (USA true crime power electronics legend. Answers from back then to what’s up now)
Sick Seed (One of the greatest from Finland. About imagery, releases, what and why)
Dieter Müh (UK industrial veteran. From early days to now – more than 30 years of activity)
Barrikad (Chat with one of quite a few anarcho-noisers in here. War?)
Remlap (Canadian HNW artist. Art as Intent label owner. Why the sound should be free and other nuances)
Impulsy Stetoskopu (Label from Poland – Encyclopedia of Industrial music, DIY releases.)
Bunch of reviews.
44 a4 pages. Offset printing. 5 euros (+postage)
Inquiries, questions etc.: info @ terror . lt
“Recorded live in studio March 11th & 12th 2012. No edits or overdubs”
- 2 tracks of dynamic harsh noise
- as always…..
THANK YOU FOR DOWNLOADING!!!!!!!!!
This album is Canadian Jake Vida’s first recorded material in over four and a half years. Merzbow is sited as a heavy influence and harsh noise seems to be the genre that Vida has placed his work in. “Habitual 1” is certainly harsh and blistering in distortion. It sounds quite free form and improvisatory as well, as the bed of sound shifts in texture and at times oscillates in a fixed rhythm, if only for a short while. “Metal Lord” is another good display of smooth manipulation, which requires deep listening from the audience, if they want to notice the subtle changes that occur throughout the song. “Habitual 2” incorporates a similar approach aesthetically, whereas in the beginning of “Grip of Inertia” there is a tape loop of a man and a woman talking about headlights (it becomes more and more strange after listening to it repeat throughout the song) mixed with a spastic analog synth wooshing and blipping all over the place.