Monday, July 25, 2016

RPTAOman – Dolní oblast Vítkovice (2015)




  • Industrial noise 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Non-music 
  • Rhythmic noise 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Leftfield


Comment: this issue can partly be considered a found sound issue and partly an industrial/noise one because the base of this 16-notch release is made of recordings from an industrial workplace. Indeed, the creator of this overwhelming release firstly recorded the sounds of machines and the machinery to later mix them to a mind-blowing waterfall of noises. The next question may be of how to convert these abrasive sounds to one’s emotions? Is there any proper interface to endorse it? I can say there is no problems with those anonymous compositions that are done for you in an easy manner. Theoretically and practically the artist follows the binary between noises and silence though in fact the noises are being remarkably more tangible on it. It is even to the extent that the listener can perceive as if there is no longer space for those intense frequencies to be housed. Furthermore, it is life and the work environment for many of us. On the other side, it is a piece of art, though tough art. The issue is a bit of the discography of CS Industrial 1982-2010, of which purpose is to reaffirm industrial tinged music from the aforementioned span of time either from the former Czechoslovakia or separate parts of them at later time.                  
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