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.
so i often see things tagged as noise punk but i really don’t see what’s the difference between it and noise rock (except that noise punk is a little faster i guess) so what’s the difference?
I guess it all depends on how often the musicians shower?
New Release - Greg Surges ‘Feld’
About the recording:
Feld is a generative, real-time composition which combines computer-controlled homebrew synthesis hardware with custom software signal processing. New sounds and textures continually emerge from the dense, intricately layered stream.
Feld was conceived of as an open-ended sound experience: these three hour-long recordings are meant to be experienced creatively and interactively by the listener. They can be played simultaneously, reordered, heard in fragments, or in any other combination.
Greg Surges makes electronic music, software, and hardware. His work has been released on the Petcord, Wandering Ear, and Digitalbiotope labels, and his research and music have been presented at the International Computer Music Conference in Belfast, Ireland, NIME 2012, the SPARK Festival in Minneapolis, and the 2010 SEAMUS National Conference. He is currently a PhD student at the University of California, San Diego. Previously, he earned a MM in Music Composition and a BFA in Music Composition and Technology at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He currently lives in San Diego, CA with his wife and cat.