Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine:

Habsyll – MMVIII
Habsyll are a doomed drone collective and this is their extremely weighted, crushing and horrifying début album which spews forth tow painful, long and skull grindingly heavy tracks of that recall the long form doom tortures of the likes of Moss and at times Khanate; through MMVIII is very much it’s own slice of total stream rolling pained doom.

Tiziano Milani – Im Innersten
Tiziano Milani is an Italian based experimental artists who mixers together sound art, ambience & drone textures, improv, electro acoustics, and slight noise tendencies into long shifting, dreamy and varied long form sound paintings that as he calls acoustic architecture.

Merzbow – Camouflage
Camouflage finds Merzbow in a more psychedelic noise sound mode, offering up three lengthy tracks of kaleidoscopic, shifting and multi-coloured noise matter to pummel, boil and expand your mind with.

The Thirteenth Assembly – (un)sentimental
The Thirteenth Assembly are a jazz collective who take in influences of funk, modern classic, avant metallic riff chug and all manner of genre hints to make a very vibrate, atmospheric and varied album.

Brothman,Pyle & Mckinlay – Self Titled
This little self titled release finds Brian Pyle and Merrick McKinaly (otherwise know as the Starving Weirdos) taking the work of Arcata, California resident and respected jazz pianist Darius Brotman and chop it up into eerier, chilling, discordant and filmatic shapes.

Japanther – Tut Tut, Now Shake Ya Butt
Tut Tut, Now Shake Ya Butt is a very bizarre split between dumb ‘n’ bubblegum art skate punk and lengthy, surreal and plan odd spoken word texts over strange stripped electro beat work-out, odd field recording ‘n’ samples mix and match.

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