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    definitely various UR/Drexciya bits

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    anything close? no? need some feedback on what direction

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    Japanese noisecore is philosophically/aesthetically on a kinda 4th world gabber thing.

    see also Kuro, Gai, State Children

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    hey question to those who'd know - is there a reason I can only have 1 vid per post? bit irritating at times like this

    This killed me for ages. Just post the URLs without using the video button.

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    I mean if you're talking black metal why not just cut straight to the raw

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    This killed me for ages. Just post the URLs without using the video button.
    oh word 10-4 that, thx

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    Carl Crack's (RIP) solo LP Black Ark for sure

    p much a direct anticipation of Dean Blunt, but even way more lo-fi + filtered through jungle, gabba, noise, dub + being a black dude in Germany

    definitely the most interesting of the ATR crew (Christoph de Babalon 2nd-most interesting

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    alrite that's all my current thoughts in the absence of any further direction

    I do enjoy this trying to develop a concept/aesthetic thing. like the cosmic guys putting together cosmic.

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    You had him in the initial post... but one of the few things can think of connecting funk, machine & dark ish stuff would be Brian Chippendale's solo Black Pus thing.







    Potentially Eardrum and/or Muzlimgauze, if Skidoo23 is a somewhat right direction.... alas the organic/oriental drums play against the machine-ness somewhat...








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    lots of examples of the first few characteristics but the psychedelic/miles part is what makes it more difficult. if you ever find this combination somewhere, please tell us!

    granted not 100% what you're looking for, these touch some of the bases:






    not as noisy as the others, some sax creeps in around the 4:00 mark.



    on LIES, with "network" sample...



    includes drummer from sepultura...

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    new on bastakiya tapes, sublabel of bedouin records:






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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    not machinic, but still, the kind of thing you can imagine 23 Skidoo sampling/being inspired by (besides gamelan I mean)

    yeh good that. maybe machinic was the wrong word. but fluid and contained. still having a groove you can get stuck in. not like the more anti-groove free jazz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    Carl Crack's (RIP) solo LP Black Ark for sure

    p much a direct anticipation of Dean Blunt, but even way more lo-fi + filtered through jungle, gabba, noise, dub + being a black dude in Germany

    definitely the most interesting of the ATR crew (Christoph de Babalon 2nd-most interesting
    yeh got that. great record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    ya that's v good. nails the 4th world vibe, like it simultaneously comes from all places but also from nowhere in particular - from an imaginary creole in which individual cultural borrowing can no longer be easily discerned, what Hassell was after with the concept. not Dillinja Blade Runner, but Blade Runner of "the gibberish he talked was cityspeak, gutter talk, a mishmash of Japanese, Spanish, German, what have you", Blade Runner as postcolonial discourse. not surprised it came from Serbia, I'll bet dude grew up on the great YU postpunk scene

    made me think of this great record, v 4th world (tho you can tell they were also familiar w/contemporary NY club music)

    the Invisible City Editions guy - who normally has impeccable taste - rated that 1 star on discogs + I'm completely mystified

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