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Prurient - Unknown Rains
Prurient
Unknown Rains
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Hospital Productions)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Utterly destructive and heart-wrenching power noise and catharsis from the don gorgon of Hospital Productions, making his first album confession since the release of the stunning Frozen Niagara Falls.Taking almost 40 minutes to spell out a litany of ills that mark up as classic, pain-saturated Prurient in contrast with the more layered, nuanced narrative and more complex production values of his last album, the set boots off with the infernal backdraft and flagellating vox of the album’s most succinct piece, Let Your Mind Free (Whip The Corpse). Sharp blasts of noise distortion conceal a forlorn Fernow vocal, like that classic Lynchian conceit of obscuring dialogue at the most crucial moment, perversely enhancing narrative through obstruction. It’s a brilliant, disturbing, opener.Sore chord progressions and those same distanced vox crushed by needling distortion fill the nine minutes of Before Rain Becomes Snow with much emotional impact; revealing a sort of disturbed and buried Shoegaze appeal that sounds like a Grouper x Prurient recording session from another dimension.However, the album’s most captivating tract comes with the gaping black holer, In The Ruins of My Brother - where the distortion dissipates to the edges, allowing vast blooming bass flares and slithering high registers to wrap around the neck with a spacious, full spectrum dominance that recalls Prurient’s Pleasure Ground classic, before Red Poppy Laughter slips back into an opiated sort of naval-gazing noise bliss.
Prurient - Frozen Niagara Falls
Prurient
Frozen Niagara Falls
3LP | 2015 | US | Original (Profound Lore)
45,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
America’s most prominent noise figure, Dominick Fernow has for the better part of two decades helped shape and reinvent the genre with a stream of works under the Prurient moniker. A project unlike any other in the realms of experimental, ambient and noise, Prurient continually mutates from one incarnation to the next. Fernow often treads a fine line between harsh noise extremity and atmospheric beauty—his massive, layered walls of sound may be comprised of piercing feedback, tortured vocals and machine-like industrial pounding, or incorporate meticulous sampling, entrancing beats and waves of electronica—yet his prolific output is never less than compelling. Prurient’s first full-length since the 2011 game-changer Bermuda Drain sees Fernow deliver the project’s most ambitious release to date. A sprawling album clocking in at just under 90 minutes, Frozen Niagara Falls is the result of over a year of work. It is without a doubt Prurient’s magnum opus, and will solidify the artist’s standing as a visionary master able to break down barriers between genres while creating something entirely new and different.
Prurient - Cocaine Death
Prurient
Cocaine Death
LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Hospital Productions)
22,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Cocaine Death is a compilation of three of Prurient’s most sought-after cassette releases: 2007’s’ ‘Cocaine Death’, ‘Caribbean Overdose’ and ‘Tylenol Murders’, eventually compiled as ‘Cocaine Death’ for a CD release in 2008. This is the first time this collection has ever been available on vinyl, now fully remastered for the format.Cocaine Death brings together several strands and signifiers from the Prurient catalogue, containing some of its most visceral and experimental works, alongside some of its most evocative. From the arpeggiated/submerged noise of opener ‘Pretext (Bahamian Burial)’ to the padded, pulsating closer ‘Postscript (Coke Cunts)’ the material here explores the relationship between futile pleasure, substance and escape; escape being a myth.
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