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REwire
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Post by REwire » Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:31 pm

Music guaranteed to make you puke:

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Post by solitaryzen » Fri Jan 13, 2012 2:33 am

solitaryzen wrote:
Pentachoron wrote:
Setherian wrote:Wow Vomir is sick, I also found out about White Walls this days, surprised no one mentioned it.
I don’t recall hearing of White Walls before, but there are just so many (seemingly thousands) interchangeable harsh/gore/cassette/table-hunching-live noise acts everywhere none tend to stand out long -- if ever.
I love the cat sample :lol:
Same cat sample at the end of this Severed Heads tune:

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Post by Setherian » Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:28 pm

Obviously everyone here have listened and watched this before, this is a very popular example, but I cannot imagine how extreme it was back in the days it was released and I have never ever listened something so interesting in terms of DSP music technique after this, at least not so emtionally appealing and dynamically catchy, why nobody turned this into a genre of itself afterwards goes beyond my senses:

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Post by damdamo » Tue Jan 28, 2020 5:27 pm

Setherian wrote:
Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:28 pm
Obviously everyone here have listened and watched this before, this is a very popular example, but I cannot imagine how extreme it was back in the days it was released and I have never ever listened something so interesting in terms of DSP music technique after this, at least not so emtionally appealing and dynamically catchy, why nobody turned this into a genre of itself afterwards goes beyond my senses:

[video][/video]
mmm the link doesn't work anymore, very curious what it is...
my two cents would be:

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1966...

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