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Gnod & Radar Men From The Moon - Temple Ov Bbv
Gnod & Radar Men From The Moon
Temple Ov Bbv
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Rocket)
25,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
1965 ging der holländische Wissenschaftler und psychedelische Pionier Bart Hughes aufeinen extremen Trip, indem er sich mit einen elektrischen Zahnbohrer ein Loch inseinen Schädel bohrte. Theoretisch soll diese Methode (bekannt als Trepanation undaufgezeichnet in seinem Buch "The Mechanics Of Brain Blood Volume (BBV)") eineErweiterung der Geisteskraft bringen und in der Tat ein permanentes Glücksgefühl fürden Besitzer des betreffenden Schädels. 2016, also 51 Jahre später, ist dieses Vorgehendie Inspiration für ein Treffen auf einem völlig anderen Level: die Kollaboration derDrone-Rocker von Gnod aus Salford, UK mit der psychedelischen undexperimentellen holländischen Band Radar Men From The Moon. Vierkompromisslose repetitive Songs, heftig und hypnotisch, geschrieben und aufgenommenin nur vier Tagen. "Temple Of BBV" ist eine Entdeckungsreise ins Unbekannte,außerhalb von jeglichen Genres oder Klassifizierungen.
Gnod - Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Facist Industrial Death Machine
Gnod
Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Facist Industrial Death Machine
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Rocket)
24,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Gnod's 2017 album represents a hitherto uncharted level of antagonism and adversarial force for the band. It's an artistic statement as righteous, fervent and direct as its title.
Julie's Haircut - Invocation And Ritual Dance Of My Demon Twin
Necro Deathmort - The Capsule
Goat - Commune
Hey Colossus - Guillotine
Hey Colossus
Guillotine
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Rocket)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Their latest transmission “The Guillotine' marks another peak for an innovative force inthe realm of heavy amplification. Darker and more brooding than their recent work, it'salso perhaps their most richly melodic to date - the interplay of their three guitar lineuphas never sounded more fluent than on these eight songs, nor their songcraft more welldefined.This is a record whose alchemical charge arrives from a reinvention of loud rockshapes into forms both feral and fresh - whilst Hey Colossus can still bludgeon withoveramped vigour, as on the hypnotic and devastating krautrock-Jesus-Lizard hybrid of ackIn The Room' they can also deliver the haunting waltz-time serenade of alenture Boy' with uncompromising fortitude,with the new-found confidence and allure of Paul Sykes' vocals at the forefront. Thesemenacing and immersive songs chronicle a band exploring a unique sound and invigoratingapproach in a decade in which cliches and genre pieces in the realm of the psychedelichave frequently surrounded - here the six-piece find themselves transcending thelimitations of the underground scene from whence they came, whilst exposing the paucityof inspiration in much of the guitar-rock mainstream.
Gnoomes - Tschak!
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Feed The Rats
Kuro - Kuro
Kuro
Kuro
LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Rocket)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Kuro take their name from the Japanese word for 'Black', and their debut release for Rocket Recordings marks an experimental union between twodiversely storied yet inherently like-minded musicians.
H.U.M. - Trinity Way
Goat - I Sing In Silence / Snake Of Addid Ababa
Gnod - Mirror
Teeth Of The Sea - Highly Deadly Black Tarantula
Teeth Of The Sea
Highly Deadly Black Tarantula
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Rocket)
24,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
In the last decade, the iconoclastic four-pronged force of Teeth Of The Sea has traversed from its origins in North London pub gigs and basement rehearsal rooms to far-flung locales that its members could scarcely have considered possible when they first began. Yet this band has never lost sight of its original vision - to reconcile a fearless experimental drive with a primal lust for noise. To exist outside of all or any compromise. Yet never to lose sight of the crucial irreverence of their inception. Their fourth album ‘Highly Deadly Black Tarantula’, in all its malevolent glory, may well be the apex of their mission thus far. Following in the wake of the release of their mind-melting third album ‘MASTER’’. 2014 was a bizarre and thrilling year for Teeth Of The Sea, taking them to unexpected territory both physical and metaphysical - a re-imagining of the modern-day midnight movie A Field In England saw performances at both Cork Film Festival and Hackney Picture House, and was released on Rocket Recordings on a limited run for Record Store Day. A new audio-visual piece The Last Man was performed at both Cineglobe Festival in Cern, home of the Large Hadron Particle Collider, and at Transilvania International Film Festival in Cluj-Napoca. What’s more, the band travelled to America for the first time to perform in Austin, Texas for SXSW and to Portugal for Milhoes De Festa, as well as finishing the year off with a comprehensive demolition job of Liverpool Psych Fest.However, as 2015 dawned, the band set about reinventing themselves once again - both returning from the ornate and expansive sounds of ‘MASTER’ to their gnarled roots and pushing firmly forward in search of adventure anew. What resulted was ‘Highly Deadly Black Tarantula’, their most focused and aggressive album yet. Machine-driven yet melodically abundant, the widescreen industrial expanses of this album combine the influence of long-time band favourites like Aphex Twin, Angelo Badalamenti and Throbbing Gristle with new inspiration that spans from Chicago footwork to black metal. What’s more, it’s a collection as rich in scope as it is powerful in intent. Whilst the pummelling and incisive ‘Animal Manservant’ and the kinetic dancefloor attack of ‘Field Punishment’ maintain an audial assault both concise and corrosive, the monomaniacal ‘Have You Ever Held A Bird Of Prey’ represents a fearless plunge into the experimental deep end. Elsewhere, the bleak cinematic drama of ‘All My Venom’ strikes like hammer to anvil, and ‘Love Theme For 1984’ may be the most richly emotive work the band have yet created. This is no less than a vital reinvention, abusing technology and warping convention to arrive at a monochrome psychedelia as stylish as it is savage. Yet even whilst ushering in delight and deliverance for both fans of this band and the uninitiated, ‘HIghly Deadly Black Tarantula’- a fearsomely coherent assault of post-everything dementia - sounds like no-one but Teeth Of The Sea.
Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation - Horse Dance
Gnoomes - Ngan!
Gnoomes
Ngan!
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Rocket)
23,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Gnoomes is a psychrock trio from Perm, Russia. The two extended dreamlike tracks presented here draw from such influences as the fierty avant-six-string scree of Atlas Sound, the classic motorik of NEU!, and Kompakt techno.
Lay Llamas, The - Ostro
Teeth Of The Sea - A Field In England: Re-Imagined
Teeth Of The Sea - Orphaned By The Ocean
Goat - Run To Your Mama Remixes Volume 2
Goat - Run To Your Mama Remixes Volume 1
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