These compositions are leaner and generally less noisy than the blown-out assaults Wolf Eyes have been associated with in the past, instead consisting of slowly swirling horror-scapes comprised of layers of reeds and shorted-out electronics. The rhythms are present, but they're detached and blurry, slowly and uneasily lurching back and forth. It all culminates in "Thirteen," a lengthy downward spiral spotlighting Nate Young 's poetic spoken lyrics about isolation and regret.
Initially clear and focused, the words eventually become chopped and jumbled, accompanied by wheezing horns. Eventually the piece becomes significantly trippier, with echo enhancing Young 's snarling vocals, and a malfunctioning drum machine tattering away in the background. As well as the unparalleled joy of keeping the publication alive, you'll receive benefits including exclusive editorial, podcasts, and specially-commissioned music by some of our favourite artists.
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The Decade in Noise. The Decade in Noise Between reactions against MOR indie, a re-emphasis on live shows, and the Internet connecting local scenes, noise made unprecedented waves in the s. A world they created themselves from scratch, running over the course of two decades. The band has an inzane history of collaborations, side projects and solo outputs.
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Register New customers, create your Amoeba. Its quick and easy! Don't want to register?+ The vinyl edition of the album comes with an A2 fold-out newsprint poster featuring the epic album artwork on one side and a band written zine on the other side, comprising of a highly entertaining tour diary, and reviews of some key small-run tape and CD-R releases in the Wolf Eyes back catalogue written by band member John Olson (who recently published Life Is A Rip-Off .