Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Herzliyya Boardwalk String Sextet – Godzilla´s In The East (1989/2018)




  • Improvised music 
  • Freeformfreakout 
  • Abstract 
  • Improvised noise 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Avant-garde

Comment: this release is twofold consisting of compositions both longer than 22 minutes. Behind the issue is the Israeli/Jewish Joseph Copolovich whose sound is built upon smithereens-alike noises, intermittent concrete sounds, tectonic bass rumbling and much more I am not able to describe it for though. I am tempted to find out a possible location for this release but I am not allowed to do it. Undoubtedly it is crushing and crashing as if the aforementioned elements were put into some kind of virtual washing machine and then all the produced audible debris taken out from within it and put gravitating toward comprehensible centres (read: human beings). Of course, one can imagine an even more funny-tragic mixed event when some amateurish kabbalist were demolished under the curse because of his/her falsely chosen words. Getting knocked down by the Golem. The question is whether is the music positively or negatively appreciated? For me, it is quite neutral by listening experience because of being the abstract strip yet by historical importance it is a positive cut. We know a little about Israeli noiseniks except Dror Feiler who though has been living in Sweden for a while. The release was initially released in 1989 and now it is picked up by Don Campau`s The Living Archive of Underground Music.
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