I was thinking about this after eden crucial post about Dub's lost future http://www.dissensus.com/showthread.php?t=14785&p=386098#post386098
what happened there? there were some artists who seemed to just do electro synth dub, or sort of aba-shanti type dedicated sound system dub, but the...
Is anyone else experiencing this? -
Sometimes I'll see on a forum page that there has been a new post in a thread, but when I click on the thread it's not there. And sometimes the opposite will happen - someone will post a reply in a thread, but the reply won't be listed on the forum's thread...
Underlow emits a constant whining sound which ebbs and flows with the moon. It is protected by a foul gas and stands on marshy ground. The nearest settlement is a tiny hamlet named Churchwick which was abandoned during the First World War. An ideal outlet when discretion is necessary.
The word 'hauntology' has been throwed around a fair bit, and seems to relate to some post deleuzian body-without-organs concept to music..
I'm figuring it means anything that sounds lost, otherworldly, old, ancient, dead, spooky, etc...Correct?
SO you could peg Moby's PLAY as 'hauntology' as...
I've been listening to some Joy Division and it was dreadful
couldn't think why I ever liked them
now I've just listened to Unknown Pleasures and I remember why
it's because of Martin Hannett
the meaty bass, the reverberating drums, the vocal effects, the noises
and somehow Barnie gets to...
Hadn't heard of the term "hauntology" when I created the mix (in June 2005), but
in retrospect I think it fits perfectly -
WWII air-raid alarms, footsteps, crackles, sounds of rusting boats and heavy breathing (?) -
under almost beatless electronic music; an overall eerie-cozy atmosphere.
I know there was a thread a few months back here on the subject of this ghostly sound and The Caretaker got a few mentions in that thread along with Ghost Box and a number of other people making darker mostly beatless sounds.
I have posted here to let you know i am pressing up a limited 6CD set...
- Martin, from the Hauntology thread
Martin really is the poet of Grim Britannia, his writing viscerally evocative of a bygone England no-one can remember, nor seems to want to.
Watching Life on Mars again this evening, I was struck by how WRONG it feels. The rough n ready unPC PCs actually...
been really feeling the Hauntology excavations around here and would like to collate a "canon" (I think??? the nature of the subject suggests vagueness);
Young marble giants
Conet project-short wave numbers station thing on Irdial...