Penetrate the void with The Haters “Drunk on Decay.” Justin Lakes joins us to erode this classic CD from 1997. It was one of the most widely available Haters albums at the time and its impact is still felt today. GX provided us with some background info on this album as well as other “Drunk on Decay” performances. De-cay is good-cay!
background and filters it through the early 90s world of RRR and SSS. Bang on an oxygen tank and slide your fingers along piano strings. Penderecki’s Children indeed.
Crimson and viscous, Yen Pox “Blood Music” flows into our veins. This 1995 album is an absolute classic in the world of dark ambient, and the twilight territory it places us in is intoxicating. Blot out the sun and cover the world in “Blood Music.”
We return to the Pure series to cover Prick Decay’s “Mud Sound for Car Stereos” as recommended by guest Anthony Saunders. Fitting perfectly in the realm of mid ’90s RRR sound, we all wallow in the tape hiss and crudeness provided Prick Decay. In addition, Dylan Nyoukis provided some background info on this CD. How will your milk taste?
Shane English (Corporate Park, K & S, L.I.E.S. Records) brought a very obscure 80s French industrial cassette to us with… Read more La Sonorite Jaune – Heliae (with guest Shane English)
Stefan Aune joins us to discuss Hands To “Decesh” tape from 1988. Stefan has been working with Jeph Jerman, the man behind Hands To, and brings some great behind the scenes knowledge for this fantastic artifact from 80s cassette culture. Play this episode through your body and note the results.
Enter a place of mystery with Grim’s “Folk Music” album from 1986. There’s really no other album like it, and we get wrapped up in its blend of austerity, violence, and pure vision. We go from places of worship to rooms filled with oil drums to the Alps and many more places in between. Throw out all expectations and embrace the world of Grim.
Carlos Giffoni joins us to pay tribute to Peter Rehberg, who we lost on July 23, 2021. Carlos worked with… Read more Pita – Get Out (with guest Carlos Giffoni)
Matt Purse (Oxen, Unsustainable Social Condition) brought us a major noise LP to discuss — the first Hanatarash album on Alchemy. Matt’s love and knowledge of Hanatarash and all of Eye’s work is evident and incredibly exciting. Throw out any regard for your safety, fire up the bulldozer, and plow into this legendary band and album.
An absolute classic VHS called for our first in-person episode in a long time as we all got together to watch “Kingdom of Noise: Japanese Noise Selection.” Truly mandatory viewing for everyone, it was great to revisit as these clips were some of the first noise visuals we saw back in the 90s. This tape is a perfect showcase of the breadth of Japanese noise featuring Masonna, Merzbow, Seed Mouth, Incapacitants, and much more. A mandatory look into extreme history.