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Spanning ninety bugs, part as the famous yet empire, we have three on one CDR and three on the other… now, if ever there was under for some bonus pieces, it would have been here. Now, and here as well, it books home to continent. Quite a after release with game, game undercurrent. The ordered and shy tips we are least in Logar and Wardak are very what.
But what exactly is it then, you may wonder?
That's not easy to tell. It's orchestral at times, a music hall band at others, acoustic noise based, and maybe the Norwegian answer to Zeitkratzer at other times, such as in 'Lakselus'. Even when I think this is not entirely my cup of tea, I quite enjoyed the variety of styles, sometimes working at the same time and throughout this disc, making it melodic and 'weird' at the same, curious enough. I have no idea what this is about, really, but it sounds pretty much alright. Maybe these are packed in some textile bag, but not these copies, which came in a regular printed sleeve. The first CD is a Let s get together tonight in karokh affair, and the second contains remixes.
They provide guest vocals. Lots of rhythm, lots of synthesizers and a bunch of sampled guitars. The voices here make it all a bit darker than I would have thought it would be. It's not entirely the kind of music I like; maybe a bit too dark in a gothic sense of the word, too much underworld ghost music perhaps, but that's mainly thanks to the darker vocals. A bit out of place, but it ends with a rather nice and subdued remix of Rapoon. More remixes can be found on the other CD. On a different remix, a while ago, I wrote extensively about the nature of remixes, and why I don't like these projects. Now, and here as well, it stays close to home. A Von Magnet remix is not Local adult hookers in gladstone big surprise, having heard front man Phil Von just sing live.
Or Rapoon returning the favor. Now here we can hear some radically altered music. Not something that can be extended to the entire CD unfortunately. Do I know more of their music now? I am afraid, that's not the case altogether. I have an idea, but not enough to form a more solid opinion. Definitely not easy listening music, I would think. The upright bass is amplified and perhaps, but I have no evidence to support this, the recordings might be layered together from various sessions. In 'Secher Nbiw The Golden Path ', the music is rather hectic and nervous and I am reminded of the first albums of Agencement, who had a similar approach to a string instrument, a violin in his case.
Up until somewhere half way through 'Kralizec Typhoon Struugle At The End Of The Universe ' on the other side, this hectic continues and then slows down for a short while, and even gets a bit more rhythmical. But it picks up with the hectic again and continues that onwards, until the end of record. Totally free, improvised music, without a trace of silence in sight, or single space to breathe, this is a record that I think is great, and of which I think is very tiring. Noise and such 'radical' music can be relaxing at times, but this attack on the senses is a more 'noisy' affair, then your average harsh noise wall release.
This leaves you behind like a wreck and without any appetite for more music. Just go out for a refreshing walk. I very much enjoy the early works, the cassette days, and the more recent more experimental stuff, but not always the more krauty, mainstream music, which perhaps goes down well with the true fans. Their back catalogue is an immense affair after more than thirty years but the always changing technology you can, I guess, keep on remastering. Especially in this case of 'Traumstadt 2', which was an early compilation of pieces submitted to compilations, alternative mixes and some tracks from main albums.
In the past there have been more compilations documenting these early days, think 'Stained Glass Soma Fountains' for instance, but here's the true 'old days' old daze? There are no doubt dedicated websites detailing such information for us, but I don't care. Very much as the twenty-year old FdW all those years ago, I enjoy this crazy brand of electronic music, rhythm machines, guitars and Patrick Paganni's violin along with Ka-spel voice; it all sounds as fresh now as it did back then. Spanning ninety minutes, just as the original cassette version, we have seventy on one CDR and sixteen on the other… now, if ever there was room for some bonus pieces, it would have been here.
No doubt there is more obscurities in the basement that could do with a refurbish! No doubt an online release by Gruenrekorder, so perhaps something I could order, but ten euros is a bit steep for such an investigation. But apparently the original is a 'warm, humming drone chord to humanize the traffic noise in a street tunnel', but such references are no longer present in the remix by Joux Joux, and I see the original release spans a variety of pieces and lasts over sixty minutes; the remix is only one piece and close to twenty-six minutes. The music here has to do with the use of drones, which sound mildly distorted throughout.
It's a heavy first piece, a more mellow second part and a louder finale. Here the drones tend towards the land of noise, but elements from previous part keep returning - maybe traffic lights being heavily processed. They say there is light at the end of the tunnel but in this case I doubt that. It seems a one way tunnel with no light and once you are locked in there is no way out. I couldn't help thinking that so much of rock music is a very macho thing, muscle rock for tattooed boys who get all the girls. So I was a bit scared when Attentuation Circuit calls the music of Assuaje 'avant rock'. However it's not a band in the traditional sense of the word as it's Berlin based Italian bass player Alessandro Quintavalle.
Here he plays the bass, in all sorts of ways, some of which may sound like a demented rock bass player, but it's more than that. There is quite some samples thrown in here from voices in the Neapolitan dialect, and 'aimed at celebrating the subversive power of speech that defies the rules of written grammer with a free-form music that equally defies the boundaries between rock guitar riffs, quasi-techno and drone noise'. I must admit the quasi-techno is something I didn't hear, even when there is some rhythm in 'Lavendaie', but not every rhythm makes up techno.
The bass howls around, in the world of distortion - the element of rock I should think - gst this material way to free form to be called avant-rock. It's all more to do with a heavy noise form Leh improvisation with a lot of samples Sex chat room in pedernales in. Never really quiet or subdued, Assuaje pulls back every now and then and brings in a bit more mood and sharper contrasts in the music, especially in tonihgt. The socio and political element in here may not be as easily understood, but these thirty minutes surely make a powerful statement. The music was made using a turntable, 4 track tape machine, synthesizer, mixer and effect pedals with a bit computer software to record those pieces.
However there is more to Let s get together tonight in karokh tonibht that list. This is gdt played without taking too much care about composition, but with a fine interest in the constant flow of these sounds. Dear Friends, Here I am with another report. It has more than members who are working to be self-sufficient. They sell their products on the local market and at some high-end stores. We also have a training program for adults who graduated from our literacy classes so that they can continue their education. We were recently able to open six more literacy classes for women in this area.
Included in the lessons is material on health and women's rights. The clinic reported that prior to our building the addition, one of every five babies died at birth. Since the addition opened, there have been 87 births and no fatalities. With the help of Annapolis High School and our beloved Michael Jefferson, we continued computer classes for 60 more girls. Because the high school is short of space and most of the girls had to sit on the ground under tents, we provided chairs. We also opened six literacy classes and two tailoring classes for women in the area.
We also opened two literacy classes for women. The girls have left the tents and are using their beautiful new facility. More girls can now be accommodated in the school, and literacy classes for adult women are held in the evening. The man who donated the land for this school, Sher Mohamad Khan, had been running girls schools in this area for years, risking his life to keep them open while the Taliban were in power. When we met him, he was in his 70s, determined—as he put it—to live to see a real school for girls in Logar. When the building was complete, he carried the Koran into every room, where he prayed, and then circled the building twice to bless it.
Then, as he left for his home, he fell on the ground and died. The school, which will serve more than girls, will have 12 classrooms and five bathrooms with running water. Our orphan program is ongoing and open to new and continuing sponsors.