Reviews and other rambles about releases from Wordclock, Knocked Loose, BUMMER, Gonemage, Trophy Scars, GRIZZLOR, Knock Over City, Insomnium, and many more.
Tag: Experimental electronic
#215 | Interview | Terror Peaks (Enigmatic, Extreme Electronic Concepts)
Wandering the treacherous terrains harbored within the mystical realm known as Terror Peaks.
Stub Reviews: March 2021
Here’s a heap of songs you need to hear.
#99 | Interview | Death Tape Super Bass (Process-Driven, Experimental Electronic Moodboards)
Alex of Death Tape Super Bass explains his reasoning for not adhering to a specific style of sound, the process by which he produces a track, and his innate desire to unearth new sounds to broaden his soundboard.
#97 | Brief Album Reviews | Tulip, Lurid Panacea, Black to Comm, AORATOS
A new album review podcast series between podcast host Ryan and album review writer, Tim. We discuss four albums for about 10 to 20 minutes apiece, expounding upon qualities we enjoyed as well as qualities we were not necessarily fond of.
#85 | Album Review | LORN – REMNANT
A moodboard of tones, soundscapes, electronic planes and spires protruding into the not too distant future, REMNANT ensconces listeners in a cyberpunk reality.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 27 | Return to Worm Mountain, FOUDRE!, Summoned by Giants
In episode twenty-seven, we vacate the halls of bone and flesh to journey to the quirky, synth-laden krautrock mountain of worms on Return to Worm Mountain’s eponymous LP. We get doused in the effervescent ambient energy of FOUDRE!’s Kami 神 and we get smoked out by the delectably hefty stoner doom crunch of Azimuth from Summoned by Giants.
Ep. 43: A Conversation with Duncan Park (Droning Psychedelic Folk, Krautrock, and Lo-Fi Black Metal)
In episode forty-three, Duncan Park (Listeriosis, Return to Worm Mountain) delves into each of his projects and discusses what he has learned from them. He speaks about how he came into contact with extreme metal, his love for drone, and how his compositional approach has evolved as he works with more musicians.
Voices From Corners Unknown, Ep. 23 (Worm Monolith, Tongue Party, Allogenic)
In episode twenty-three, we languish in the dreary harsh noise auras erected by Worm Monolith, we seek reprieve from our monotonous existence via the unfettered noise rock energy promulgated in Tongue Party’s Looking for a Painful Death, and we traverse the night sky with Allogenic’s Rites of Fear, stepping into its experimental electronic portal to explore the occult secrets lying beyond.