Deafening divinities with aural affinities

typed for your pleasure on 20 May 2005, at 12.32 am

Sdtrk: ‘faire-le-mariole’ by Popporu

One of my favourite music styles of all time is Noise/Power-electronics. Bands like Merzbow, NON, Masonna and whitehouse give me the horn like no-one’s business. So when I was browsing through the fantastic Prelinger Archives recently and ran across free .mp3s from a group called Popporu, I was enthused. And y’know what? These guys are ace beyond all reason.

Download the ‘Mother Sue-Ellen’ album and give it a listen. Old-school power-electronics for the win! CAVEAT: If you’re unfamiliar with Noise, you’ll definitely want to turn your speakers down upon your first listening. Over time though, you’ll not only get used to it, you’ll love it.
Now, imagine me saying all this to you whilst dressed as Pinhead from ‘Hellraiser’. Hopefully, that should give you some impression of what you’re about to embark on

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2 have spoken to “Deafening divinities with aural affinities”

  1. veach writes:

    I gave it a vailiant effort. But I failed to come near enough to enjoyment. Maybe it was because I was working on my latest DigRend (one station 18) and what with all the colors seeming so bright and chirpy and almost beyond…well..almost like the colors on the side of the Partridge Family’s bus. I couldn’t take it amy longer. I was getting angry when I would let my brain listen while it wandered away on other thoughts. And then I would examine my feelings of impatience, uncomfort, and irritability…chuckle to myself and say…you are intentionally making yourself feel bad, by listening to Davecat’s music. And I killed it.

    Normally Orbital, Auchtere, BT, etc….I guess I need less power in my elect. and more ability to trance in my trance.

  2. Davecat writes:

    It’s harsh stuff, Noise — it takes a lot of people a while to get used to, much less get into. I mean, it took me three Cds to actually start really enjoying Throbbing gristle, so I totally know where you’re coming from. 🙂

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