Various Artists – Aggressive Ambient Collection 1.0

Genre: Ambient Music, Experimental Electronic

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Track List

  1. Compest – Geordnet
  2. Noise Workshop – Aggressive Ambient
  3. Brekekekexkoaxkoax – Dolokotoro
  4. Dark Ambient Orchestra – The Dark Side of the Room, Pt. 1
  5. Daniele Santini – Madame Doyle’s maid has been killed
  6. Compest – Aufbegehrend
  7. Delirio Sonoro – Esilio #5
  8. Mark O’Leary – Chaste Nymph

Various Artists – Best of Ambient Music 2020

Genre: Ambient Music

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Track List

  1. Dark Ambient Orchestra – Esgaroth (Excerpt)
  2. Christian Di Vito – Fleming Hill (Edit)
  3. Daniele Santini – Fourth Level (Edit)
  4. Delirio Sonoro, Christian Di Vito – Green House (CDV Mix)
  5. Compest – Wandelnd
  6. Christian Di Vito – STRFSH
  7. Conscientia Peccati – Meditation
  8. Lino Strangis – Neo-Futuristic Zen, Pt. 1
  9. Daniele Santini – Madame Doyle’s maid has been killed

Flesh Eating Foundation – Seethe

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Genre: Aggressive Electronica, Industrial Punk

Product Details: mp3 Album

Originally released on December 29, 2009 – No Longer Available

Track List:

1.One Minute

2.Fight!

3.Drained

4.Seethe

5.The Dead

6.Trashed

7.Kiss The Tears

8.Pass The Knife

9.Join Us

10.Armed

11.The Deepest Cut

12.Minute One


Press comments for Flesh Eating Foundation – Seethe

If ever there were an album deserving of cult status, Seethe would be it.

ReGenMag.com

They are an Atari Teenage Riot for the new millenium.

Talk magazine.

A well-crafted but low-fi barrage of tortured dance rhythms, jagged guitars and industrial clatter.

Grave Concerns E-zine.

Scruffy, dirty, tribal, violent Industrial/Future/Zombie Punk, with a bit of death disco and the odd spare  body part thrown into the blender.

Unscene Magazine.

Bleep and yell industrial machine music, global noise attacks and dark wave twitch and bang and clunk and clang.

Organ Magazine.

“Seethe” really is top-notch industrial chaos.

Insomnia Magazine.

“Seethe” gives the listener a caughty, volatile and atmospheric musical shot of EMB meets gothic punk meet horror electronics.

Judas Kiss Magazine.

A monstrous behemoth that once it’s been set going will utterly refuse to stop, until it does indeed reach those rusted iron gates of oblivion.

Heathen Harvest Magazine.


Flesh Eating Foundation – Seethe / Review by Simon Marshall-Jones

As is my wont, when I receive a batch of media to review, I usually take the time to read the liner notes, even if it’s only based on the principle that somebody has taken the time to write them and it would be churlish of me to ignore them.

On reading the ones contained on this CD, this reviewer’s heart sank somewhat when it mentioned that the album had been recorded in a bedroom – so you can imagine what species of scenarios immediately sprang to mind. I was resigned to a set of badly recorded songs, sounding like a group of spotty nerds had put them together to complain about life, love and how other people failed to understand them. Inward groans were in abundance that day….

But I needn’t have worried though – despite the handicap one would imagine constraining proceedings by recording in a bedroom this is actually a quality item. Mining the rich vein already pioneered by outfits like Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly, Numb, and similar, this Stafford, UK, threesome spew out a veritable tirade of bilesome ditties, as well as copious quantities of fake blood on stage apparently, that fairly stomp along at an unstoppable juggernaut clip.

Okay, so in some respect this does betray some of its bedroom-begotten origins in the sense that it lacks polish and finesse, and is pretty rough around the edges, but in an instance like this we needn’t be overly critical; if anything that very sandpaper roughness and texture lends it something, an authenticity perhaps, that is often more than noticeable by its absence on similar but better-produced fare. Plus, if you really want to get right down to it, there is perhaps a greater authority here, invested in it simply because of its roots in the underground scene and the fact that the musicians involved are probably closer to real life than many a ‘star’ in the industrial firmament.

Battering ram rhythms, rapid-fire beats, machine-gun sequences, bloodsoaked melodies, and blood & thunder vocals, vomited out with as much spite and venom as can be mustered and injected into one voice, amalgamate to create a colossus of affecting discontent and dissatisfaction. As intimated above, this thunders along at breakneck speed, with each song rapidly following on from the previous one without any respite, keeping the insane momentum going until the very last, barrelling along and heading for the gates of oblivion. More to the point, it wants you to share in that sublime moment of total annihilation, that instance, both a microsecond and an infinity, and on both the microcosmic and macrocosmic scales, where every particle of every bit of matter in existence is spread simultaneously to every vector in the infinity of the known universe.

Particular favourites, among the many to choose from here, are ‘Seethe’, slow-burning verses detonating into a melodic chorus proclaiming “We are losing the game…”, and ‘Join Us’, the spiky rhythm of hatred and acidic bile. All twelve songs on here, though, share the same shot of utter venom that works its way through the system and infuses everything with the taint of poison. You know, for something that was created in the most unlikely of recording studios, (and a decidedly low-tech one at that), this has more than transcended its limitations and boundaries, resulting in a monstrous behemoth that once it’s been set going will utterly refuse to stop, until it does indeed reach those rusted iron gates of oblivion.

A.J. Kaufmann – Jewels

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Genre: Rock, Psychedelic Rock

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Adam Jan Kaufmann, born in Poznań in 1989, is an independent artist working almost exclusively in two fields of art – text and audio forms. Active since 2002, and professionally since 2008, he has his roots in cassette culture, krautrock and space rock, as well as in Canadian, American and Russian poetry of the 19th and 20th centuries. His debut poetry collection, “Siva in Rags”, appeared on the American market in the summer of 2008, and his latest publication is a poem in the anthology “Fierce Invalids”, dedicated to Arthur Rimbaud, published in Australia in 2014, where Adam shares the printed space with William S. Burroughs and Gregory Corso among others. The debut album with Adam’s original songs, “Second Hand Man”, was released on the Polish market in 2011 on vinyl and CD, and the next album, “Stoned Gypsy Wanderer”, from 2014, was released in the USA on CD-R – this is also an original album. Both met with favourable reviews, these releases were hosted by radio broadcasters from France, Germany, the UK, and the USA. Adam is the author of over 20 volumes of poetry and song lyrics, including the collection “Insane in Rome” and “Saint of Kreuzberg”, published in the UK, received as fresh and original variations over the well-known song text form, as well as an audio artist producing a new disc with different audio forms practically every month. Adam works from London and Munich. He is also the founder of the Polish / German experimental ensemble Säure Adler, which has 5 albums on its account and refers to the roots of the Munich aristocratic underground of 1968.

Various Artists – The Best Of Experimental Electronic 2020

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Genre: Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental Electronic

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Track List

  1. Dark Ambient Orchestra – Liquid Dream (Edit) – 16:37
  2. Peter Frohmader – Organic Still Life #2 (Excerpt) – 7:27
  3. Daniele Santini – Fifth Level (Edit) – 12:35
  4. A.J. Kaufmann – Sonnenengelküsse – 5:58
  5. Delirio Sonoro – Green House (Demotape) – 3:44
  6. Dark Ambient Orchestra – The Dark Side of the Room, Pt. 6 – 2:39
  7. gensiulia – Sn12 – 3:43
  8. Daniele Santini – Interlude – 2:16
  9. YSK – ULLDO001 – 5:00