2. April 2006 um 18:39 #834
1Bomb1Target vs Hard Off
The first seven inch by 1 Bomb 1 Target hit Cracked headquarters
late last year the way it was intended to: like a fusion bomb into a kindergarten.
Cracked said: One little noise record doesnt do a lot in the history of music.
Now it is revealed that this was just the beginning of a big series of split releases
featuring 1 Bomb 1 Target and likeminded artists like Zombie Flesheater,
Noize Creator or, like in this case here, Hard Off. I have no idea if these are the names
of real individuals or if, like Jean Bach used to do in his beginnings, these are just made up
names to make people believe they were separate entities, and I dont care. Because this is
harsh and brutal and noisy as hell. This little record is like a infusion of noise viruses
into your synapses making those tiny neurons burn with fever trying to dissect the
information put in, then giving up and going home for a drink.
The track by hosting 1 Bomb 1 Target is a completely ripping piece of trash
and according to the info sheet mangles Aphex Twins come to daddy. Possibly so.
Or somebody with a field mic taped to his head drilling his brain and then processing
the sounds with lots and lots of noise. V/VM did a job much closer to the original,
tough of course that aint judging. The mass of noise constructed by 1 Bomb 1 Target
is mighty enough to stand on its own in any competetion. Whatever you make of this
personally, you have to bring p respect for the consequential way in which they go
and work their stuff.
Which brings me to the other contestant at head: Hard Off goes directly into the
fucked up hyper-techno direction that would make Jean Bachs little brutal rave bastards
drool with anguish, but with a lot more fun, samples and power violent noise.
Does that say check your penis? Envisioned to tear out the boom boxes of a
dozen styled up VW Golfs or Honda Accords, there are some violent usages and
mutilations of nicey-nice guitar chords or chord changes. A wild ride through some
unknown territory carved from the mainstream.
If you are thinking V/VM now, you aint too wrong.
This is not for the weak, obviously, because even playing this seven inch at low
volume wont help you out a long way. Me, I have been listening to a lot more
real noise lately than I used to in the last months and years, so I am beginning
to think about buying Merzbow releases again
mehr infos und wo das gute stück zubekommen ist HIER5. April 2006 um 12:25 #8972
Ich kann mir zwar in etwa ausmalen wie sich das anhoeren mag, aber trtotzdem, gibts da vllt. Samples oder so? 8)5. April 2006 um 16:18 #8974
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