Saturday, December 1, 2018

No Nitz – Conversation (1998/2018)

  • Noise 
  • Electro-acoustic 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Industrial 
  • Spoken word 
  • Psycho-acoustic 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Radiophonic art

Comment: what does it mean the word Nitz. What does it mean the phrase No Nitz? Is it just the negation of it or will it get an additional value with the word No? The conversation is biting and acrimonious undoubtedly over there. This 6-notch issue (which was initially segmented into 8 tracks and released on Oblast Records as a tape outing) is a part of the discography of CS Industrial 1982-2010, an imprint of which purpose is to provide examples from within the noise and (post-) industrial scene of Slovakia, and the Czech Republic. The result is harsh and rigid, and flamboyant in a sense. The outing starts off with a littered, intensified noise attack which later will be embellished with dystopian delays and echoes and hiss-filled samples from haunted transistors and spoken word cuts as if representing some sort of radiophonic play. Indeed, it needs to be considered more closely regarding the profound touch given to it. In a funny way, the album can be considered polyphonic because different aspects used to play at the same time. The self-titled track is a mocking version of how to learn English in a primitive way. By considering the noise music as a genre there a presumed purpose and a way to achieve it may seriously be hazed. Prolog is remarkable due to muezzin-alike repetitive lyrics, reverberant sparse drumming and a suggestive pre-delay effect being prevalent over there. Sludge is sexually suggestive due to a woman who speaks about her virginity and how to defend herself against a man's obtrusiveness and in general how to cope with her sexuality I guess (the words are heavily littered and interrupted). Indeed, it is a fine noise release.
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