CS, Manhand, 2012
Grabbed this from the recently back up and running
but always on point blog Bleak Bliss. Noise rock
jamming with some really nice chill melodic sections
that give way to chaos. Like you'd expect and love.
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CDr, Not On Label, 2013
20 track comp accompanying the 3rd anti-SXSW noise fest,
feat. The Rita, Baptizer, Justin Marc Lloyd, Richard Rameriz.
Read about the fest >here< and >here<.
Another C62 released on Mother Savage Noise Productions in 2010 in an edition of 30. This sees OVMN using source material from Thirdorgan.
This was originally released in 1996 and received a CD reissue on Industrial Recollections in 2010.
OVMN are Joseph Roemer & Rodger Stella who you will also know from their work with Macronympha.
I bought these tapes from Rodger when they came out. To quote the great man from an email at the time "I prefer they go to someone who will listen to them, not just file them away". I agree. Enjoy!
C62 released on Mother Savage Noise Productions in 2010 in an edition of 30. Originally recorded in 1995.
C62 released on Mother Savage Noise Productions in 2010 in an edition of 30.
This was originally recorded in 1995 and in 2011 a mixed and edited version was released on vinyl on Urashima.
File, 4eyes netlabel, 2013
Staying true to the titles suggestion, the bulk of the material
comprising this tidy release sounds like something a cave
might produce were it haunted by noise music creeps.
C96 released in 2012 on Blackest Bootlegs which is an offshoot of the excellent Blackest Rainbow label.
'In true bootlegger style, we screwed up the dates on the insert, the actual dates of these recordings were 5th March (Sheffield) and 10th March (London)'
There is some really great stuff still available and up for pre-order on the parent label and you should check it out!
Lord Thurston of Moore on guitar with John Moloney of Sunburned Hand Of The Man, etc, on drums captured live during their European jaunt last year.
This was released on John's Manhand label last year as a c40 tape. I'm not sure if this is the same material that received the vinyl treatment on the "Caught On Tape" LP that was jointly released on Manhand and Feeding Tubes Records shortly after...certainly the venues that the material was extracted from are the same.
There are two further Moore / Moloney excursions released this year. They disappeared almost before they were released! I'm a Manhand devotee and am on the mailing list and still never got a sniff of them. An awful thought that I may never get to hear them...anyway...
CDr, Maim & Disfigure, 2009
Olson & Co. in minimal bleak mode, which might
explain the "Ex-", because this material is about as
opposite as a Graveyards album can usually get -
which might also explain why it's also one of the few
GY releases not pressed on American Tapes.