Various - Moonlanding Vol. 1 / 2




The Haters, Zipper Spy, John Wiese, Cory Ronnau, Spastic Colon, Aube, MSBR, Bastard Noise and Thurston Moore.

7" released on John Wiese's Helicopter in 2000.

Vol. 1 / 2

The prevailing narrative is one of human progression ... not everyone entirely shares that point of view. Maybe they should all just be sent back where they came from.

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Various - Moonlanding Vol. 3 / 4




Mason Jones, K2, Sissy Spacek, K.K. Null, Panicsville, Disc, Darin Gray and Jetstream Panic.

7" released on John Wiese's Helicopter in 2000.

Moonlanding Vol. 3 / 4

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Various - Sexorama - An International Industrial / Noise Compilation




It's never a gentleman dining out is it?

I thought that I had posted this years ago but apparently not. Four volumes (but five tapes) of quality industrial / noise from pillars within the scene that were released in Japan by Masami Akita on his ZSF Produckt between 1984 and 1986. Luckily, they were gathered into a single set by RRRon on his Statutory Tape imprint in 1992. As for who's here, it's easier to just look.

Sexo

ramalama

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K2 - Pathosonico Anatomico




Recently, I've been listening to this again and again and have been surprised by how organic it is (in terms of real instruments) compared to the second coming of the junk metal meister. Frankly, I think it's been time very well spent. I posted this in a bit of a rush about nine years ago and didn't split the tapes but now I have. Not sure why somebody listed Side E as a three track on discogs, even when you take it down to a thousandth of a second (and I have), it's a single track. Just saying.

Five C40ish tapes released on RRRon's Statutory Tape in 1999.

Pathosonico Anatomico

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K2 / PD / [ISOFC] - Haiwian Eye Melt Down




Your favourite kinky music institution joins forces with Prick Decay on one side and (In Spite Of Flaming Creatures) on the other.

7" jointly released on Spite and Kinky Musik Institute in 1999.

Haiwian Eye Melt Down

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Stahlnetz / Incapacitants - Gruenkreuz




Stahlnetz were a German power electronics unit. They appear to have recorded very little and I know even less about them.

7" released on Campaign Org. in 1995.

Gruenkreuz

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Incapacitants / JunkDrome - Quo Warranto / Channelling Through Transparent Planes




JunkDrome were Mikko Aspa and Toni Eiskonen pulling off some fine noise-rock moves ... think Godflesh with a Pussy Galore swagger and a little bit of a Drive Like Jehu duck and swerve. As far as I can tell, this is their only recorded output. That's a damn shame because it really pushes my buttons.

10" released on Mikko's Freak Animal Records in 1997.

Quo Planes

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Incapacitants / Macronympha - I Hate Derivatives / Wet Panty Contest




Stellar (sorry) 7" released on Mother Savage Noise Productions way back in 1995.

They also had a split C60 released on Bizarre Audio Arts last year that appears to still be for sale? What's wrong with people these days?

Hate Contest

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Incapacitants - Sarin Will Kill Every Bad Aum !!!




A 7" middle finger to the terror cult released on the excellent and frequently surprising Dirter Promotions in 1995.

Bad Aum

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Incapacitants - Alcoholic Speculation




It always seems like a good idea at the time.

7" released on Zabriskie Point in 1995.

Alcoholic Speculation

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Incapacitants / K2 - We Are All Stupid




It's true. You are not worthy and neither am I. Two fifteen minute "solo" pieces followed by a monumental 34 minute collaborative live assault.

CDr released on absurd in 1998.

We Are All Stupid

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Black Leather Jesus / Incapacitants - A Purpose Not Necessary




Kevin Novak, Richard Ramirez, Sean Matzus, Vance Osborne, Fumio Kosakai and Toshiji Mikawa setting fire to your head.

CD released on Dada Drumming in 2006.

A Necessary Purpose

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Government Alpha - 記憶の解像度 Resolution Of Remembrance 1992-1999




Now and again, the Brazilian anarchoharshnoisehead Jhones Silva emails in. Recently, he asked for a re-post of this box set. It's been so long that I had shamefully forgotten that the original link had been dead for nearly ten years. So ...

This is the exemplary representation of Yoshida Yasutoshi's Government Alpha mission.

If that wasn't enough, this four CD box set was released on Lasse Marhaug's Pica Disk in 2009. Clearly Lasse is a stone cold Norwegian legend but oh my lord does the man concentrate when he releases a box set. I buy them so I know. This is a flac rip and frankly it deserves to be shared in lossless.

p.s. Lasse, I know that you are thinking about it but are you going to reprint those Reynols T-Shirts or what? I need to be suitably dressed!

Quickening

Sprout

Chaos

Diffusion

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va - Macro Dub Infection Volume Two

The follow-up double disc of dub-influenced electronic music, featuring tracks by Bill Laswell, Mouse on Mars, Plug (aka Luke Vibert again), Him, Prince Paul, The Rootsman, Alec Empire, Porter Ricks, Third Eye Foundation, Maurizio, Rhys Chatham and a collaboration I didn't see coming: Ice & Palace... yes, that Palace...

disc 1
disc 2

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Simon Wickham-Smith - Murrinh Kulerrkkurrk




Imagine Rovo raving within sight of Uluru. Insistent and persistent and capable of driving a person crazy in a bad way or a good way or both.

Double CDr released on Rhizome in 2004.

Murrinh Kulerrkkurrk

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va - Macro Dub Infection Volume 1

A fantastic double CD (or triple LP) compilation of industrial electronic dub compiled by Kevin Martin (of The Bug, Techno-Animal and GOD) in 1995. There are some really excellent songs here by Automaton (a short-lived Bill Laswell project), Mad Professor, Bedouin Ascent, Omni Trio (aka Robert Haigh/Sema), Tortoise, Scorn, Wagon Christ (aka Luke Vibert), Golden Palominos, Coil, Laika, Two Badcard, The Rootsman, Tricky and many others.

disc 1
disc 2

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Simon Wickham-Smith - Buckminsterfullerene




Looped and reversed dubtech and broken drone glitch.

Double CDr released on the immaculately conceived Celebrate Psi Phenomenon in 2002.

Buckminsterfullerene

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Android Sisters - The Best of the Android Sisters

... and now for something completely different! The Android Sisters were absolutely a product of the early 1980s, when computers were scary and sinister and a JG Ballard dystopian future and/or nuclear war seemed right around the corner. American composer Tim Clark was the human brain behind these mechanical siblings, delivering a cold version of "futuristic" (now charmingly anachronistic) robot pop that came out as an LP on Vanguard in 1984. The Japanese label EM Records reissued it on CD and added some bonus tracks in 2004.

Android Sisters - The Best of the Android Sisters

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Simon Wickham-Smith and Richard Youngs - Asthma and Diabetes




Two people using a whole host of instruments, objects and recorded sound to create the best aural screenplay you've ever seen ... erm, heard.

LP released on Majora in 1993 with artwork that surely doffs the cap to The Gordons' extremely fine first album.

Asthma and Diabetes

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Julian Bradley - Heel Intercom

2003 was a busy year for our hero. Another CDR of solo yawn, this time released by those heroes at Chocolate Monk in a small edition that probably more than met "demand". Oh, and it's great.

Julian Bradley - Heel Intercom

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