Sunday, March 26, 2017

Noise Machine – Disturbing Sensitive Ears (2013)

  • Noise 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Non-music 
  • Leftfield 
  • Psychoacoustic

Comment: undoubtedly the relations between music and noise is a topic on its own. Firstly, how it should be categorised, is it a part of music or a deviation from it? One of the first noiseniks were Italians and they created their soundscapes to protest against the war and atrocities which ravaged Europe despite the lofty ideas and profound thought being predominant in science and philosophy in the first two decades. Noise music as a composed art of powerful, devastating sounds was an incisive sign reflecting on decayed and collapsed ideas regarding humanity. The Brazilian Noise Machine as a project started off in the mid-90s to create overwhelming soundscapes providing no mercy and grace. This 4-track outing is a mind-blowing ravage based on brownish noises, "erroneous" frequencies being thrown over the four soundscapes. Indeed, a listener is the subject to partake from these "errors" as a musical component. At times one can suspect is it alright with his/her stereo system or headphones. Is it a terrible mess for you? I really hope you will not perceive it in that way because of not being that shit altogether. Although it is not easy ride at all one can figure out many intriguing sounds, hisses, effects and eventually a whole behind it. It plays tricks on your sacred mind. The outing is a part of the discography of DreamNoise imprint.
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