for anyone who wasnt aware, BiS did an album with hijokaidan
it’s literally just BiS songs over hijokaidan noise
this is the lp version, which was mixed with 40% more noise
Hello. I am Sam.
I wrote and recorded this in 1 day as a musical experiment to try and step out of my comfort zone and try something different. My intent was to create a wall of sound, that starts mellow and gets more harsh as the EP goes along, using saxophone run through effects as the main instrument, with songs that are interconnected despite their (at times) drastic differences.
If you give it a listen, even if you don’t like it, thank you so much for just taking the time to check it out. Feedback is always welcome and greatly appreciated.
Here is a direct link to the bandcamp.
I like the fact that you’re moving out of your comfort zone for creating music. I would had enjoyed being able to hear some older material of yours to get an idea of where you’re coming from, but I was unable to find anything other than this album. Regardless, I hope you continue to have fun experimenting and figuring out which style of music suits you the best.
I’m really a fan of the two songs ”Vicodin Eyelids” and "Mush/Crush". These are the kind of songs I would listen to if I were to hang out by the beach at night.
This is the first solo track I’ve done since 2010. I am very excited about the new recordings, and am nearly finished mixing. The album will be called Pattern Exhaustion.
Thank you for the submission Daniel Kaufman.
Listen/download: The First Magnum Opus of Human Food by Human Food
Tumblr page: http://humanfoodmusic.tumblr.com/
This documentary was made in five days for the International Documentary Challenge 2013 (docchallenge.org) by Lockerpartners, Emily Swank and Mary Grace, (lockerpartners.com) and in collaboration with itchy-O (itchyo.com). It recently premiered at Hot Docs in Toronto, Canada.
“A throbbing 32-piece band of masked chaos invites you to dissolve the performer/audience divide and melt into the bedlam, that is the disorienting power of itchy-O. The itchy-O Marching Band (IOMB) is a Denver-based percussion-centered electronic marching band. itchy-O brings a sophisticatedly savage sound and the sheer ecstasy of instruments untethered and running free. With a driving drum corps battery, Taiko drummers, an arsenal of electronics including synthesizers, theremin, vocoders, and many other special devices, the IOMB completely engulfs and immerses an audience from every angle in a pounding electric bog of music, ephemera and spectacle. The masked and hive-minded IOMB is waging war on predictable mediocrity with their blind-siding-style performances which feature an artfully hazardous Chinese lion, a troupe of sensuous dancing provocateurs, fog, strobes, sequins, sweat and fury.”
I’d like to thank phrenaubulax for not only submitting this to me, but introducing me to an incredibly phenomenal live performance.
Just wanted to thank all 490 followers for paying attention to this blog.
Sadly, the holiday season has taken away just about any free time I have, so I haven’t been posting as much as I like. I plan on bringing things back to normal as soon as Christmas is over.
Malignant Records is sending me two different albums to review. I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on them.
The debut album from Cthulhu Detonator is available for download/streaming here: cthulhudetonator.bandcamp.com (free or pay what you want)