• SatØri

    Satori ‎– Dispossession

    Satori ‎– Dispossession
    Label: COD noizes ‎– SHUM18
    Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition
    Country: Russia
    Released: 25 Dec 2018
    Style: Power Electronics, Industrial, Dark Ambient, Experimental, Noise

    British industrial veterans Satori was formed in Margate, Kent by Dave Kirby and Robert Maycock in 1984. Origially called Psychopath. Satori have released material on cult labels which represented post-industrial music culture in its absolute form: Zeal SS, Broken Flag, Cold Spring Records, Tesco Organization / Functional Organization, Malignant Records and many more. They collaborated and splitted the stage with Sutcliffe Jügend, Nadja, Abbatoir and Merzbow. Comprising a mixture of dark ambient, harsh noise and power electronics with a harder and heavier percussive beat than before Satori now present a collection of new songs “Dispossession”.

    Album, consisting of twelve tracks with a total length more than an hour, has been released as a luxury matte laminated digipak housed in a matte laminated cardboard slipcase decorated with glossy stencil UV-varnish printing.

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  • Vittore Baroni, Maurizio Bianchi, Piermario Ciani, Daniele Ciullini ‎– Musical Surgery

    Vittore Baroni, Maurizio Bianchi, Piermario Ciani, Daniele Ciullini ‎– Musical Surgery

    Label: Old Europa Cafe ‎– OECD 259, Luce Sia ‎– 057
    Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered
    Country: Italy
    Released: 23 May 2018
    Style: Industrial, Abstract, Power Electronics, Sound Collage

    From the archives of the Florentine studio Sound Recycling Terminal comes this singular finding, an experiment in “sound surgery” originally assembled in February 1982 by Daniele Ciullini (aka Oxidized Man) with audio materials sent by Maurizio Bianchi (M.B.) and the founders of the TRAX multimedia project, the journalist and mail artist Vittore Baroni (musically active as Lieutenant Murnau) and the graphic artist-photographer Piermario Ciani (Mind Invaders, Great Complotto, etc.) who died in 2006. A limited edition of 300 copies in a cardboard folder with vintage original graphics by the four authors.

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