I just put up my very first noise album yesterday. I plan on releasing many more. Please check it out, download it for free, and play it super loud. Piss off your neighbors.
Click on the picture to get to the muzak
This project is both a resounding “fuck you” to the style over substance types in a constant quest for “content” which is only surface deep and a warning on how history repeats itself. Look at the demonisation of Islam then cast your mind back to the 1930’s and 40’s. Familiar? 2 wrongs = no rights.
we’ve been making more things…
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.
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.
Listen to Broken Key by Broken Key. The noisy culmination of a lifetime of hatred blinded by love. This self-titled release signifies and expresses a shift, a transition, into BROKEN KEY.
It’s finally out of my hands.
dark/death ambient with a bit ov noise underneath. not sure if anyone reading this is into this sort ov music. It is five songs on death from five different viewpoints. only $2 to download. even if you do not want to listen/buy, please reblog this.
I’m really enjoying both Leviathan and The Shadows Are Melting. I’m having trouble deciding which of the two I enjoy more.
Found a Nurse With Wound flowchart too. For the drone/ambient albums mentioned I would’ve included NWW’s hour-long epic Music For The Horse Hospital.
(click to enlarge)