To celebrate the ritual vanquishing of the formerly great satan...
Here's a triple C60 boxset on Lighten Up Sounds from about ten minutes ago! This was released in a tiny edition of ony 13 copies! Unsurprisingly, it sold out almost immediately.
Burial Ground is the work of Anthony Shaw. He has recorded under a number of noms de guerre...Haemorrhaging Fetus might ring a bell!
As Burial Ground, Anthony wraps his HNW in his love of classic horror films. Which is obviously twice as nice!
He is extremely prolific at the moment...his Burial Ground blog and its label links are a good place to start the stalking...
Normally, I would try a little harder...but I'm off to celebrate!
Damien: Omen II
Omen III: The Final Conflict
Righteous people everywhere...Rejoice!
The Great Satan had his pants pulled down and the Heavenly Host spanked his arse red raw! The rightful order is restored!!!
David Vanzan and Virginia Genta and Maurizio Abate are joined by Andrea Gulli, Giorgio Pacorig, Paolo Pascolo, Christian Zandonella and Makoto Kawabata (of Acid Mothers Temple obviously).
This quite beautiful double LP was released on Qbico in 2007.
David Vanzan, Virginia Genta and Maurizio Abate are joined by Andrea Gulli and Paolo Pascolo (who have featured in the Aghe Clope Ensemble) and Chris Zand .
CDr released on Troglosound in an edition of 38 in 2007.
Live At Scalodieci
David Vanzan, Virginia Genta and Maurizio Abate are joined by Alessandro De Zan and Riccardo Biondetti (who record as G.I. Joe and in In Zaire with Claudio Rocchetti and Stefano Pilia).
Aptly named LP released on Troglosound in an edition of 200 in 2012.
You have to be quick with the label. New releases disappear almost instantaneously!
David Vanzan and Virginia Genta are joined by Tero Kemppainen and Topias Tiheäsalo who have recorded with Rauhan Orkesteri and Pymathon repsectively.
LP released on Troglosound in 2011.
Where Has Jazz Gone?
David Vanzan and Virginia Genta are joined by Maurizio Abate on this LP released in an edition of 125 on Qbico in 2007.
Jooklo Duo are David Vanzan and Virginia Genta doing their free form improvisational psychedelic jazz thing!
This is the CDr version released on Troglosound in 2007 in an edition of 37. This has 8 tracks whilst the LP version on Qbico apparently has 10. I've never heard the LP so can't account for any differences.
I'm in the middle of organising some non-noise related posts but I was listening to this last night and thought that this needed to be posted.
This is Anne La Berge and Gert-Jan Prins in a live collaboration recorded during performances of the United Noise Toys installation between the 8th and 19th of December 1998 at the Huis a/d Werf in Utrecht. This was released by X-OR in 1998 as part of their Field Recordings series.
The playfulness in the interplay is a joy to hear.
Live In Utrecht '98
Crowd sourced bootleg from the Chocolate Monk showcase.
web Birds Of Delay
Ahhh! The wonderful work of Gabriele Giuliani!
Dead Body Love was incredibly prolific between about 1995 and 1998. In very small editions that are excrutiatingly difficult to find. He disappeared for about a decade and then the art started to drip through again...
Step forward the beautiful Second Sleep (which is run by Matteo Castro who records as Kam Hassah and Endless Sea and contributes to Drug Age and Lettera 22 ... obviously, a man of impeccable taste!).
Seriously. Seriously. Pay attention to this label!!!
Anyway, in 2010, Second Sleep released a glorious 8 (yes...EIGHT!) tape boxset of almost mythical releases from 1995-1997 plus a tape and a half of unreleased material.
Could you possibly expect more?
C56 released on George Proctor's (aka Mutant Ape's) stunning Turgid Animal or Nicola Vinciguerra's (aka Fecalove's) Italian division of Turgid Animal in 2009.
I've noted the revolving nature of RSQ previously. VM is a moveable feast which centres around Richard Ramirez...I'm not sure who accompanies him on this release...