Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Roger Haddad – 27 White Miles (2008)


  • Noise 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Microtonal 
  • Drone 
  • Leftfield 
  • Non-music 
  • Minimalism 
  • Ambient noise

Comment: noise as a genre is considered as the counterpoint to the music. Undoubtedly there has been a set of strategies. One of the purposes of the noiseniks is to undermine the role of pop music through conquering the area by taking it over. Given that there must be attributes belonging also to the (pop) music. For instance, melodies and harmonies. By talking about such artists as Glenn Branca, and My Bloody Valentine you can agree about the fact their inner power and verve was adeptly bound to something larger-than-life. Truly melodic, truly epic something which used to be bigger than life. At some point even better than dreams in fact. Because it used to be witty as well. The same strategy seems to be the base for this 3-notch outing by Roger Haddad whose music is very loud and resonant yet involving majestic climaxes even if it is minimally running through microscopic changes and colours in timbre. Noise can be negative and noise can be positive. The first of them is clearly pointed to destroy the structure of something, the other pigeonhole is to represent something on its own. On the issue there are represented both of the categorisations. The release is a part of the discography of Rack And Ruin for this 3-notch outing by Roger Haddad whose music is very loud and resonant yet involving majestic climaxes even if it is minimally running through microscopic changes and colours in timbre. Noise can be negative and noise can be positive. The first of them is clearly pointed to destroy the structure of something, the other pigeonhole is to represent something on its own. On the issue there are represented both of the categorisations. The release is a part of the discography of Rack And Ruin (rr023).
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