Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Technicolor Hell

While I'm still new to Philadelphia and have yet to discover all the interesting sounds that this city has to offer, I do feel lucky to have found a thriving scene for harsh electronic noise. These guys, playing with feedback and distortion running through all kinds of effects (sometimes homemade or modified), obliterate the boundaries of "music" taking noise and making art. Since I picked up a copy a couple weeks back at the release party for the noise compilation Technicolor Hell I've given it few listens and have been more satisfied with each listen (which to me means its good). If this type of music appeals to you at all I recommend you should order a copy now. And to seal the deal the art work/packaging is freaking awesome!

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