This cassette is a mix of those soundtracks, but you can also download all of them from Schaefer's website. Now me and my friends prefer to play popmusic in cars, especially of the cheesy kind, but Schaefer may beg to differ.
The mixtape has music that may lull the driver into sleep: stretched out tones, crackling sounds, gliding scales and such like. If anything I was reminded of the old Stephan Mathieu music, lifted from radio sources perhaps. Short pieces which is perhaps the thing that prevents the listener from falling asleep.
Perhaps the driver should download the complete soundtracks, especially if a long drive is ahead, since this as all the sounds as on the mix tape or are we invited to mix these sounds ourselves, I mused but also lots of spoken word, radio switch dialing and muzak like soundtracks. I am the first to admit that I didn't listen to all of them, spanning over two hours worth of music, but I can assure you one day I will.
Most likely on a long train journey which I recently did listening to six hours of Brian Eno, catching sleep on a night train. Actually: can't wait for that to happen. Great bunch of soundtracks, suitable for any situation.
Scott has his own label Cloud Valley Recordings. That's all I know. And of course I do know there are two tracks on his cassette. The music is quite interesting, although not easy to capture in a few words. There are loops of sound, organ like, which seem to be recorded in such a way that has some decaying effect, like an old cassette for that special effect of analogue graininess. But then it might be not, and it might just be digital. Not exactly ambient, because too 'raw', but certainly also not noisy or industrial.
Maybe an upfront and present kind of William Basinski? That could be it indeed, say Asher with his music more up to 0 db. Quite a nice release and certainly one that fits the format pretty well. Apparently there have been previous releases which deal with spoken-word readings, which is also the case here. Somehow I think these texts are not to be understood as texts to be heard. The voice is drenched with echo, which makes it hard to know what it is about.
The synth s produce a drone like background, which is very dark. Maybe it's me, but this bunch wasn't well spend on me. The music is a rather easy lo-fi noise drone thing and the voice speaks without too much intonation, so the whole thing drags a bit on.
Maybe if I was into serious literature more, I would understand more. Since then his name came up a couple of more times and here we have another version of his 'Echolocation', which was the thing that introduced me in the first place. On the cover we read about this being a combination of rural and suburban recordings and included is also the presence of Oliver Drake age 2 , whose 'careful critique of the sounds in real time gave useful direction and his youthful energy kept things light when they got too heavy'.
No list of equipment used. Pretty clueless actually what he does here, or just what does field recordings might be made of.
A simple loop of low-grade sound, being repeated far away, low on the tape, slowly changing, adding tiny bits of extra sound. An intense tape of minimal music. Not exclusively new, but highly enjoyable. The first is Deison, who is mostly known from a more noisy end of the musical spectrum. That is not the case on this release. The music is rather quiet, in line with the series, I guess, of looped electronic sound sources, but its all rather 'low humming', so perhaps not easy to tell.
The b-side is also looped based, but here the material is definitely louder and stems from the world of industrial music.
Sheets of metal reverberate in a large hall - that sort of images are evoked here. The somewhat more obscured a-side is what I preferred, but both sides are actually quite good. It shows what Deison is capable of. Alo Girl is a new name for me, and the music here has nothing to do with the notion of things being quiet, unless noise is the new quiet.
I can be short about this one: two sides of harsh noise music, and not really the kind of harsh noise I particularly like. Too much static distortion, not enough variation. You know the drill - literally. Luckily there is Enrico Coniglio to bring back ambience and ambient into the room.
More the kind of music I expect from this series. Here he stays in ambient land with both feet firm in the ground. Glacial like tonal drifts on side A, and on side B, low humming bass sound hovering closely over the surface. Whereas its unclear what the soundsources are on the first side, the second side seems to have heavily processed guitars. It sounds altogether made in the digital domain, which may take a bit of warmth away, but, after Alo Girl, certainly a delight to hear.
Did I ever hear of N.? I may have, but its hard to find online, which might be whole point of calling yourself N. Not as loud as Alo Girl, and not always as loud, but nevertheless loud enough. Here too I thought I heard all of this before, a long time ago, also on cassette, and even back then it was all rather stale. Those do not remember the past, are condemned to bla bla.
Ghoul definitely is harsh noise, even when the title of their piece, 'Chant', may sound otherwise. A wall of noise type of thing, but in which there is more happening than just a wall of feedback and distortion. Animals need to break down the food they eat into its essential components in order to fuel their metabolism.
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