Posts Tagged: split

Gridfailure/Feel Happiness ~ Split

Despite its bad reputation, horror often tackles some weighty issues.  This is the case on the split release from drone artists Gridfailure and Feel Happiness, two solo performers with more on their minds than noise.  Even if one is unaware of

Gridfailure/Feel Happiness ~ Split

Despite its bad reputation, horror often tackles some weighty issues.  This is the case on the split release from drone artists Gridfailure and Feel Happiness, two solo performers with more on their minds than noise.  Even if one is unaware of

Zalhietzli & Proud/Father ~ Split

Noise. Noise. Noise. Scratching, wrapping, clicking, breathing all around. Maybe it’s the sound of some heavily processed field recording.  Maybe it’s the sound of hell, or maybe it was recorded inside some distant alien factory on some far-off planet on the

Zalhietzli & Proud/Father ~ Split

Noise. Noise. Noise. Scratching, wrapping, clicking, breathing all around. Maybe it’s the sound of some heavily processed field recording.  Maybe it’s the sound of hell, or maybe it was recorded inside some distant alien factory on some far-off planet on the

Asfast/Kutin ~ Split

Ventil Records returns with a split EP from Asfast and label co-founder Peter Kutin.  The EP presents a dark face to the world, and is a reminder of the encroaching season: the long nights, the foreboding clouds.  Tonally, the disc meshes well with

Asfast/Kutin ~ Split

Ventil Records returns with a split EP from Asfast and label co-founder Peter Kutin.  The EP presents a dark face to the world, and is a reminder of the encroaching season: the long nights, the foreboding clouds.  Tonally, the disc meshes well with

All We Expected / Raum Kingdom ~ Split

With an A side from an instrumental post-rock band and a B side from a guttural post-metal band, it’s easy to guess which we’ll like best.  The surprise is that the two make such a lovely racket together. Belgium’s All We

All We Expected / Raum Kingdom ~ Split

With an A side from an instrumental post-rock band and a B side from a guttural post-metal band, it’s easy to guess which we’ll like best.  The surprise is that the two make such a lovely racket together. Belgium’s All We

Katie Gately / Tlaotlon ~ Split

Fatcat’s split series has been ongoing since 1997, and after this 12″ is released, only one will remain.  The series predates the digital age and has managed to last into the vinyl resurgence.  Previous installments have featured Third Eye Foundation,

Katie Gately / Tlaotlon ~ Split

Fatcat’s split series has been ongoing since 1997, and after this 12″ is released, only one will remain.  The series predates the digital age and has managed to last into the vinyl resurgence.  Previous installments have featured Third Eye Foundation,

Duy Gebord & Nienartowicz / Wolski ~ Kelp / Split

Poland’s Pawlacz Perski has just released two superlative experimental cassettes on the same day.  Lech Nienartowicz and Michał Wolski‘s tape is an investigation of clocks, chimes and strings, while Duy Gebord‘s Kelp is inspired by a floating island of trash.  Each surprises

Duy Gebord & Nienartowicz / Wolski ~ Kelp / Split

Poland’s Pawlacz Perski has just released two superlative experimental cassettes on the same day.  Lech Nienartowicz and Michał Wolski‘s tape is an investigation of clocks, chimes and strings, while Duy Gebord‘s Kelp is inspired by a floating island of trash.  Each surprises

Earthen Sea / Insect Factory ~ Split

One part ambient drone, one part abrasion and one part melodic guitar, Earthen Sky / Insect Factory‘s split LP offers a variety of sounds to its listeners, each designed for a different mood.  One might consider this a yin and yang

Earthen Sea / Insect Factory ~ Split

One part ambient drone, one part abrasion and one part melodic guitar, Earthen Sky / Insect Factory‘s split LP offers a variety of sounds to its listeners, each designed for a different mood.  One might consider this a yin and yang