Rainbow Blanket - A Face Ruined By Form

Blammo! A blast of ferocious fury from the Witscher brothers, Gregory and Jeff. Don't know who they are? You can use Discogs, can't you? Released as a CDR in an edition of 27 copies by Tone Filth.

Rainbow Blanket - A Face Ruined By Form

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Various - Scud Sonority Splash Mix




The best thing about this for me is that it starts with Alienlovers In Amagasaki. It's Akihiro Shimizu (aka Thirdorgan) so it's evidently great. You also get Tadayuki Miura's post-punk dub and Routine Engine's manipulated vehicular field recording and more ...

CDr released on SSSM in 2000.

Scud Sonority Splash Mix

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Various - Scanning Shearing-Stress Microscopy




His own Contagious Orgasm, Kohei Nakagawa's Guilty Connector, Yutaka Tanaka's legendary S·Core, Takayoshi Kitajima's inspiringly peripheral Sukora alongside the less well-known (but excellent) Espiritu and Billy?

Excellent CDr released on Hiroshi Hashimoto's SSSM label in 2001

Scanning Shearing-Stress Microscopy

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Price Taggery - Untitled

Harsh noise from Houston, Texas, by Carlos Pozo. Released as a CDR in an edition of 50 copies on Pozo's Pitchphase label in 2004.

Price Taggery - Untitled

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Various - 16 Dance Party Smash Hits!




It's a palate cleanser don'tcha know.

Don't worry, this won't entice the relatives to stay longer than strictly necessary. This is Faust, Univers Zero, Art Zoyd, Art Bears, R. Stevie Moore, Chris Cutler & Fred Frith, David Thomas (of Rocket From The Tombs and Pere Ubu), Mnemonists and more.

16 x 7" box set released on Recommended Records in 1985.

Smash Hits!

Scans

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Various - Swissotic Commune Document




As a temporary farewell to the Swiss revolution, here's the CDr reissue of the single-sided C60 released in 1995 on the inevitably brilliant Chocolate Monk.

Swissotic Commune Document

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Tell - Tonal-Nagual




This is Joke Lanz on electronics and turntables with Christian Wolfarth dealing with percussion. As far as I am aware, this is all they recorded as "Tell" and I don't know whether they recorded together at all outside of this wonderful thing. The seven tracks come in at between four and twelve minutes long. So rather than the perhaps more typical burp blurt of the Schimp, this expands and grows in (ironically) a much more organic way.

It's absolutely triumphant and I can't recommend it highly enough to be honest.

CD released on Rossbin in 2009.

Tonal-Nagual

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Také Rodriguez & His Exotic Arkestra - Pasión De Ritmo

Bootleg "reissue" of the 1999 techno-salsa-wtf album by the late Takehito Nakazato (aka Hado-Ho and Dub Sonic), first released on his own Sonic Plate label and unofficially resurrected as a CDR wrapped in newspaper trash by Dolor del Estamago.

Také Rodriguez & His Exotic Arkestra - Pasión De Ritmo

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Inzekt - Inkretion




More mechanized than the previous post ... and this is about all he wrote.

C46 released on Schimpfluch in 1990.

Inkretion

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Skin Chamber - Trial

Coming a couple of years after "Wound", 1993's "Trial" is more confident and less derivative than it's predecessor. Crushing, heavy, ultra-slow industrial metal with a 25-minute harsh noise blow-out at the end. 

Skin Chamber - Trial

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Inzekt - Elektrische Heilwärme




Peter Schmucki is one of the lesser known lights that orbited the black hole at the centre of the Schimpfluchian universe. He appears on the Mama (das fest) LP but doesn't seem to have recorded much else ... shame really.

LP released on Schimpfluch in 1991.

Elektrische Heilwärme

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Skin Chamber - Wound

Skin Chamber were Controlled Bleeding's alter ego for ultra-slow industrial metal, probably influenced by Godflesh, Swans and Neurosis. When this album came out, I remember thinking it was a brazen cash-in on a style that seemed popular. All these years later, though, it holds up more than I expected it to. Released by Roadracer in 1991.

Skin Chamber - Wound

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Dave Phillips - III+




There were a series of self-released dp tapes from the mid-90's that appear to have completely disappeared. This seems to be the only (adulterated) survivor thanks to this CDr released on Tochnit Aleph in 2001.

Anyway, I'll be one lucky fucker if I ever get the chance to post any more oop ... yer man has it pretty much covered.

III+

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Dave Phillips - Ideal World




More chopped up and reversed bodily workings splattered across a 7" released on iDEAL Recordings in 2012.

Ideal World

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Aphasia & Dachise - Split Disc

Just like it says on the tin, this is a split disc by two English noise artists: Richard Johnson is Aphasia and Paul Knowles was Dachise, though these days he's The Digitariat. Released in 1995 by the dependably high-quality US label, Realization Recordings.

Aphasia & Dachise - Split Disc

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Eric Boros / Dave Phillips - Split




The Eric Boros contribution is pretty inconsequential but the dp effort is typically great.

3" CDr released on Scrotum Records in 2003.

Eric Boros / Dave Phillips

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Dave Phillips - Hole / Holy




A beautifully atmospheric intrusion.

3" CDr released on Entr'acte in 2005.

Hole / Holy

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Dave Phillips & John Wiese - At A Loss For Words




Ten minutes of frequency twisting body horror that is every bit as good as you would expect from these two lovely people.

7" released on Blossoming Noise in 2006.

At A Loss For Words

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Dave Phillips / Maso Yamazaki / Rudolf Eb.er - Arschloch-Onna




One of the pillars of the Schimpfluch (dis)organization with Masonna and Rudolf / R&G. A selection of live and studio material from the three that is sliced, diced, blended and spat straight into your face.

CD released on Japan Overseas in 1997.

Arschloch-Onna

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Robert Ashley - The Wolfman

The title track is Robert Ashley's legendary 1964 room-clearing piece for tape, voice and feedback and is necessary listening for anybody and everybody who would be reading this blog. Etch this wrecker onto your brains immediately. Fleshing out the disc is a 40-minute-long behemoth from 1960 called "The Bottleman" (made as the soundtrack to a film) plus a 1957 piece called "The Fox" which was Ashley's first electronic music. Compiled and released as a CD by Alga Marghen in 2003.

Robert Ashley - The Wolfman

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