NOTHING HERE NOW BUT THE RECORDINGS

Ten industrial albums YOU must own. PART 3: Nocturnal Emissions¬†– Spiritflesh (Earthly Delights, 1988) \ “‘Ambient’ means background music. My music shifts from background to foreground, so I wouldn’t consider it ambient. I consider what I do to be a subversive music, because it messes with people’s heads in unexpected ways.” I think this selection …

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NOTHING HERE NOW BUT THE RECORDINGS

Ten industrial albums YOU must own. PART 1: Throbbing Gristle¬†– Heathen Earth (Industrial Records, 1980) \ “You should always aim to be as skillful as the most professional of government agencies. The way you live, conceive and market what you do should be as well thought out as a government coup. It’s a campaign, it …

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addendum!

ok ok, so there ISN’T a cut of “Throw Me Corn” on Studio One Roots. My credibility lies in tatters (like I had any to start with). I think I was probably getting it confused with the excellent Winston Jarrett’s “Fear Not”, which chugs away in a similar vein (especially when combined with lawnmower noise …

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riddims

It’s all about the new “old” riddims at the moment. I.e. new reggae productions out of JA. Possibly highly conservative of me, but the bashment futureshock can’t feed you 24 hours a day. Coupla things I picked up from Gladdy’s over the weekend: Immigration riddim, all pre 7s on Al Ta Fa An Nice and …

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