|Album:||Rogue Pulse / Gravity Collapse (Sampler)||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Various Artists||Added:||Sep 2017|
|Add Date:||2017-09-14||Pull Date:||2017-11-16||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Oct 29||Oct 1||Sep 24||Sep 17|
|1.||Oct 14, 2023:||Music Casserole
|4.||Jun 30, 2018:||Posturing through Metaphysical Collapse
|2.||Mar 10, 2022:||Stranded at Settembrini's (rebroadcast from Dec 2, 2021)
Burn The Father Down
|5.||Nov 25, 2017:||Music Casserole
|3.||Dec 02, 2021:||Stranded at Settembrini's
Burn The Father Down
|6.||Nov 22, 2017:||Oh Messy Motion
1. (4:28)—Recording of a BLM march, with a beat that comes in and out. Feedback noise finish.
2. (4:01)—Harsh industrial noise. Pulsing synth beat that zooms up and down the volume scale.
3. (12:48)—Glittering drone with a dark undertow. Background glitches. Gets noisy and hyperactive, then settles into a minimal, calm middle before picking up again. Very quiet final minute.
4. (3:09)—Sweeping, lovely wordless group singing. Noise creeps in gradually and takes over.
5. (5:20)—Fast, pounding sci-fi noise punk. Hard-driving drums. Shouting in multiple languages. Synth freak-out. Killer.
6. (2:41)—Noise like a windstorm tearing across a landscape and taking down human structures.
7. (3:17)—Over-the-top noise-punk intro into power electronics.
8. (2:12)—Dark instrumental hip-hop with soft scraping sounds. Cool breakbeat in the second half.
9. (4:54)—Gothic, minimal folk from the singer of Neurosis.
10. (4:38)—Relentlessly harsh but banging trap-esque noise.
11. (2:52)—Slow, moody post-punk guitar. Ghostly singing. Dubby, minimal beat. Reminds me of MJ Guider.
12. (4:32)—Percussive field recordings from Malta? Sounds of ropes being stretched? Dissonant horns. Construction noise. Pedestrians speaking.
13. (2:32)—Slow, visceral, blown-out breakbeats.
14. (3:44)—Damaged lo-fi techno noise. Medium-slow, minimal. Sounds like it’s being delivered via a broken transmitter.
15. (9:44)—Free improv drumming. Wobbling, euphoric 80s synths. Churning guitar noise. The closest thing I’ve ever heard to retro video game free jazz.
1. (6:21)—Medium-fast, highly danceable techno from one of the artists scheduled to play Ghost Ship the night of the fire. (He survived.) Driving, with retro drum pads.
2. (2:46)—Groovy mid-tempo laser synth industrial techno featuring Obsidian Blade, aka Joey Casio. (In memory.)
3. (3:53)—Harsh rhythmic noise from Jsun McCarty (in memory), Michael Daddona (who runs Ratskin), and Ryan King (Bonus Beast). Crashing sounds, blown-out beats, mangled voices.
4. (4:40)—Pleasant staccato piano piece from one of the original members of Blue Cheer.
5. (4:34)—Wonky, insistent beat. Cut-up spoken word samples woven together to form a tech-skeptical polemic.
6. (4:57)—Mid-tempo techno from a Club Chai affiliate. Hypnotic, slightly noisy.
7. (2:40)—Out-of-control synths paired with shaker and…ragtime piano!?
8. (1:20)—All-out harsh noise. I saw Xome play a set once, and at the harshest points people were cheering and screaming as if they were Van Halen fans watching Eddie pull a sick solo.
9. (0:46)—Easygoing punk instrumental with saxophone. East Bay Express reporter Sam Lefebvre on drums.
10. (2:33)—Spastic freakout synth rhythms from Micah Danemayer. (In memory.)
11. (2:20)—Mid-tempo, bouncy space travel take on 80s hip-hop.
12. (5:22)—Kosmiche drone with buried, spaced-out vocals.
13. (5:37)—Medium-fast house. Another Club Chai affiliate. First 15 seconds are silence. Retro synths and drum pads. Ascetic, dry sound.
14. (4:13)—Mid-tempo breakcore from Sydney.
15. (2:44)—Wall of harsh noise, with fragments of grindcore and bits of broken glass buried in there.
16. (9:28)—Glitchy sound art. Burbling synths, cut-up voices, ghostly singing.