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              The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life
              [eh?110]Johannes Bergmark / Guido H黚ner
              nisip noaptea
              [eh?109]Seeded Plain
              Flying Falling
              The Furies Inside Me OST
              [eh?107]Jaap Blonk
              Joyous Junctures
              [eh?106]Sindre Bjerga
              Hesitation Marks
              [eh?105]Patrick Shiroishi / Arturo Ibarra
              LA Blues
              Atomnye Deti
              [eh?103]Seeded Plain
              Buffets Close Suddenly
              [eh?102]Tania Chen & Jon Leidecker
              Live In Japan
              [eh?101]Cookie Tongue
              Orphan Arms
              monument 36
              [eh?99]Bill Brovold
              Misty Nights
              [eh?97]L. Eugene Methe and Megan Siebe
              Revisited, Revisited, Revisited
              [eh?96]Felipe Araya
              [eh?95]Eoin Callery
              [eh?93]Bad Jazz
              [eh?92]Ernesto Diaz-Infante
              My Benign Swords
              [eh?91]Larnie Fox
              In The Cathedral of Airplanes
              [eh?90]Tom Djll
              [eh?89]Leonard * Day * Jerman
              [eh?88]Das Torpedoes
              Qu Nar
              [eh?87]Ben Bennett & John Collins McCormick
              [eh?86]Daniel Wyche
              Our Severed Sleep
              [eh?85]Seeded Plain
              Spill Containment
              [eh?84]Bad Jazz
              Bad Dreams In The Night
              [eh?83]Chefkirk & Andrew Quitter
              Kaiju Manifestos
              [eh?82]Venison Whirled
              [eh?81]Gary Rouzer
              Studies and Observations of Domestic Shrubbery
              [eh?80]Unrepeatable Quartet
              Edmonton 2012
              [eh?79]Stefan Roigk
              [eh?78]Lucky Bone
              [eh?77]Jeffrey Alexander
              No Sacred Snow, No Sacred Show
              [eh?76]Bruno Duplant / Pedro Chambel / Fergus Kelly
              (Winter Pale) Red Sun
              [eh?74]Graves / Kreimer / Wilsey / Bachmann
              The July Amalgam
              [eh?73]Sky Thing
              Virgin Journalist
              [eh?72]Cactus Truck
              Live in USA
              [eh?71]Various Artists
              Hammer, Anvil, Stirrup
              [eh?70]Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Park Seungjun and Jin Sangtae
              Live at Dotolim
              [eh?69]Edward Ricart & Tim Daisy
              Yiu Ja Ley
              [eh?68]Chagas And Schafer
              Gesture To The Declining Sun
              Plasma Clusters
              [eh?66]Jeff Kaiser / Nicolas Deyoe
              Chimney Liquor
              [eh?65]Close Embrace of the Earth
              At the Spirits Rejoice Festival
              [eh?64]Jean-Marc Montera & Francesco Calandrino
              Idi Di Marzo
              [eh?63]Un Nu
              [eh?62]Bailly / Millevoi / Moffett
              Strange Falls
              [eh?61]Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II
              Space Sickness
              Mud Layer Cake
              [eh?58]Strongly Imploded
              Twilight of Broken Machines
              we must leave the warren
              Moist Areas
              [eh?55]Eloine & Sabrina Siegel
              Nature's Recomposition 33
              Any Port In A Storm
              [eh?53]Eckhard Gerdes
              !Evil Scuff Mud
              [eh?52]Psychotic Quartet
              [eh?51]Federico Barabino
              Can You Listen To the Silence Between the Notes?
              The Fruit Witch of Ancient Salamander
              [eh?48]Ember Schrag
              Jephthah's Daughter
              [eh?47]Massimo Falascone / Bob Marsh
              Non Troppo Lontano
              [eh?46]Delplanque / Oldman
              Chapelle de l'Oratoire
              [eh?45]The Epicureans
              A Riddle Within a Conundrum Within a Game
              [eh?44]Croatan Ensemble
              [eh?43]Man's Last Great Invention
              [eh?42]Sad Sailor
              Link to the Outside World
              [eh?41]Ricardo Arias / Miguel Frasconi / Keiko Uenishi
              [eh?40]Andreas Brandal
              This Is Not For You
              [eh?39]Gamma Goat
              Beard of Sound, Beard of Sand
              [eh?38]John Dikeman / Jon Barrios / Toshi Makihara
              We Need You
              [eh?37]David Moscovich
              Ass Lunch
              Four Plus One
              I Manage To Get Out by a Secret Door
              Dirty Realism
              [eh?33]Jesse Krakow
              World Without Nachos
              Wave the Old Wave
              [eh?30]Bryan Day
              Four Televisions
              Hear Here
              Yama Labam A
              [eh?27]Shelf Life
              [eh?26]Papier Mache
              [eh?25]Papier Mache

              Johannes Bergmark / Guido H黚ner - nisip noaptea

              Side A:
              -pt. 1
              -pt. 2
              -pt. 3
              -pt. 4

              Side B:
              -pt. 5
              -pt. 6
              -pt. 7


              (Xactionmusic) Nisip Noaptea is an intense, psychosomatic display of auditory nightmares. These dark, somnolent sounds expand the possible interactions between organic frequencies of otherwise creaking and industrial clatter to the anxiety and mystery that builds and captivates the brain. New developments in art and technology allow exploratory artists to reach into the human condition and transform its spirit from their intriguing artistic expressions ?Johannes Bergmark & Guido H黚ner are no exclusion to these types of wonderful sound designs. Released on November 23, 2019 through a new and emerging label Public Eyesore, Nisip Noaptea contains 7 tracks, listed as 慞arts.?Nothing here sounds too brutal or over-bearing, rather a chronicle of mind-bending mechanical noise that amplifies the psyche into palpable layers of a shadowed world. Part 4 was very interesting; growing through a dank, autonomic atmosphere; allowing everything to flow organically as the sounds conveyed an aura of mystery and terror in an enlightening way. Every track shows a remarkable amount of time incorporating these elements of thick noise and mechanical shrieking, reaching almost the absolute peak of Johannes Bergmark & Guido H黚ner憇 creative efforts, exhuming the monolith of industrial-noise that抯 branded Nisip Noaptea. Every song will intrigue you as it travels through ever shifting soundscapes of pain and destruction; not just embracing the challenges of what should be expanded in music but also saying, 慒uck you?to the average listener ?which more artists should, in my unreasonable opinion. - Sutter Greaves

              (Vital Weekly) From Coims I reviewed a release before (Vital Weekly 1184), and, frankly, I am none the wiser in the meantime. Is it a group? One person? Instruments? The only thing mentioned on the website from Eh? Records (a subdivision of Public Eyesore) is that Coims is from Bristol. As before I think this is a group and that percussion and guitars are the main instruments, but there might also be some kind of wind instrument in play here. Their approach is a lo-fi approach to the outer limits of rock music, in exactly that corner where it meets improvisation, noise, drone rock and whatever another exotic novelty one can think of in the world of very, and I mean, very alternative rock music. Maybe there is also some sort of manipulation going on, post-recording that is, of wonky and crude manipulation of the tapes used to lay it all down. This happened more on the second side than on the first and throughout that side, I began to doubt if it all just the aforementioned instruments. Maybe there is something else in play here, something more electronic and going back to the first side, here too that might be the case, especially in 'Londos Versus Londos'. The side-long 'Over The Weather And Under The Hill' (B-side) at one point leaps into a steady rhythm and sounds wonderfully psychedelic and hypnotic. This is a lovely little lo-fi thing. - Frans De Waard

              (Yeah I Know It Sucks)Are you ready for another piece of audio art that will nestle itself in your heart through your ears? It helps if you like pleasant sounds, but it would be odd if you wouldn抰. Even the biggest punk with the worst music taste in the world would probably be in need for something nice to compensate or simply regenerate? In any case, this sound show of seven parts will totally deliver pleasantness. If you want to mark my words for it, you are in luck as here I chew out the entire release?enjoy: Part one is like listening to cat claws scratching wood pulp, it抯 very intimate and cozy sounding yet it will keep you on the edge as you might expect a nail scratching a chalkboard, which (I can assure you) is a happening that won抰 happen within this release. With this knowledgable spoiler in your pocket, I advice you to just tune in, relax and lay down low as if you just swallowed a right amount of tranquillisers. Enough to let go of your fears to expect something nasty, but not enough to make you pass out into unconscious. You don抰 want the last part to happen as actually the sound experiments as presented within these parts are pretty worthwhile to experience when being in a state of awareness. It will make you wonder what it all is that you will hear , but know that all will be coming from the right side of the experimental audio spectrum. Just listen to part 2 and experience the kind hearted spirit of other kind of lively played abstract noises , you can hear them rattle and purr like friendly things that beep gently in the ears, delivering a full on experience that will bring you a certain warmth that feels very much alive in all its pleasurableness. Sounds that come perhaps across as unclassifiable, but are breathing a certain pace in time that are easily there to be linked with your own sedated heartbeat. Is it still beating? Or are we in abstract experimental sound performance heaven? It doesn抰 sound anything like a satisfied cat sleeping on your lap, or a cozy fire; but the end result in all it抯 pleasant liveliness is something similar in experience. Part 3 might continue on this road of kind hearted noises, as you can hear them doing percussive things, steering away from the normal norms and avoiding melodies as if it抯 the coronavirus. It抯 hard to tell what these sounds might actually be, I expect springs, forks, perhaps plastic hair combs, but than again this kind of music might be entirely made by newly invented instruments that could make you guess wildly in the air but never get the answer right. So instead I advice you to even let the need for clarification go, let the mind embrace these abstract happenings and just go along with the relaxed feeling that the unknown will feed it. It抯 a bit like doing some kind of mediation, trying to not focus on the sound creations behind these sounds, but on the feelings that they generate as they are served towards you within these parts. I hope that you are hungry for this kind of experiment as part four is quite the lengthy experience. It抯 perfectly recalling satisfying images of finger tips typing on a old fashioned keyboard, of snoring away without having to hear the actual snores, of breathing patterns that are utterly relaxed that they hopefully align with your own in and outtake of air. Slowly the sounds are doing strange but pleasant things with your marbles, turning them lovingly into a melting pot of anything that a audio orientated person would find likeable. Like the satisfying bubbles of a coffee maker, or some light rain on a window, a breathing pattern of a lovely loved one that lays in bed like a sleeping beauty. A train driving by slowly in the distance with its break doing tonal things on the railway tracks below it. A growling snore by a beast that you抎 love so much that you find it more adorable than terrifying! It抯 a real mix and match of everything satisfying, a little river of sound, a melting pot of a variety of pig yard noises, of digging sand in the most pleasant ways you could imagine. A collage of niceness that anyone in need for likeable noises and no melodies will find their respectable Valhalla in. Part 5, not a small one itself, does bring a lot of cute joyous joy along. It made me think of cute sounding hamsters, peeping rabbit pets that really have bounded with you as their human friend, thankfully squeaking out sounds of appreciation when you give them carrots and hay, perhaps even provide them with a little bit of fresh water, a squeaky wheel to run around in and exercise. It抯 better than listening to the sounds of a pet goldfish and a much more enjoyable image to view within the imagination. What are these critters of sound doing? Are they nibbling away on a microphone? Doing a little Neil sharpening on the bottom of their scratchy thingy? Are they going through the plastic maze that we so lovingly build for them with the help of a over excited salesperson at the local pet shop? Might it dig a way out of here, to smell and taste the freedom for the first time? It抯 a great phenomena to hear and see without seeing, but the more you are tuned in the more real it becomes; the cage begins to rattle, the animal friends are escaping in front of our very own wide open eyes?might we be asleep and making this session up, had we been too tranquillised to lose track of reality? I don抰 know about you but I don抰 think we do have pets stored in cages over here ?but the sounds are so visual that you ought to believe that we have had them?truly hypnotic! We seem to be in need for a come down, luckily part 6 is taking it easy and a bit more quietly too, still alive but sobering up while making slave for the final part of this release. One that comes across as listening to strange animals. Birds, abstract parrots and zippers opening and closing ?more typing finger tips trying to report on it all, the pleasant squeaky sound of a marker pen scribbling notes on a plastic surface. It抯 the last bit of satisfying noises and delighted sounds that will wave our ears goodbye, clearly hoping upon our many returns! And why not? It抯 only bringing the loveliest sounds out over here & experiencing them is greatly satisfying! You should go and give it a try, you won抰 be disappointed or disjointed! - Kai Nobuko

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