Ah oke heb hem al weggehaald, dacht dat het wel kon omdat het geen directe link was. Hij is in ieder geval erg relaxed. Maar het is wel puur electronisch dus je moet er van houden.quote:Op maandag 13 oktober 2008 19:04 schreef bartrid het volgende:
Die link lijkt me niet echt een goed idee (policy en zo...)
JA!quote:Op maandag 13 oktober 2008 18:40 schreef On het volgende:
De LP Stealth van Scorn is te bestellen, is dat een aanrader?
Ja absoluut, de onzekerheid straalt ervan af zo af en toe. Boeie, als ie maar goede muziek blijft makenquote:Op maandag 13 oktober 2008 20:15 schreef On het volgende:
Ja het is zeker een heel leuk interview. Tof om te zien dat hij na al dat werk en vergaarde roem niet arrogant is geworden. Nog sterker, het interview spreekt meer een minderwaardigheidscomplex dan arrogantie uit.
Netjes, niet veel geld voor een Godflesh LP.quote:Op maandag 13 oktober 2008 20:17 schreef bartrid het volgende:
Ja absoluut, de onzekerheid straalt ervan af zo af en toe. Boeie, als ie maar goede muziek blijft maken
Net Slavestate op Ebay te pakken gekregen voor 1.50 pond
quote:Our second release in the digital download format on Avalanche Recs. is the picture disc only Final LP 'Afar'. Now available to buy digitally at our store HERE. Scan down the catalogue until you reach the 'Afar' picture disc release and below the text / blurb are the buy it now links for both 320KBPS MP3 and FLAC formats. Of course this digital version of 'Afar' is directly from the digital master of the album. The picture disc of 'Afar' is still available too.
Ben je snel bij, laat weten hoe hij is!quote:Op woensdag 29 oktober 2008 18:46 schreef bartrid het volgende:
Ik heb de picture disc gisteren besteld...
Die ga ik misschien wel halen, ookal vond ik hem wel een beetje tegen vallen.quote:News & information home for JKB, Jesu, Final, GREYMACHINE, and related projects...
Friday, November 07, 2008
JESU / ENVY - 'SPLIT' SOLID SILVER VINYL LP AVAILABLE...
We have 75 of the jesu / envy split 'solid silver' colour vinyl edition on Conspiracy Recs. There are only 300 of the solid silver pressed, jesu and envy have 80 each, the rest are with the related record labels. To purchase go to the Avalanche Store HERE. Scan down the catalogue until you reach the Related Items section where you will find the item. Shipping now, first come first served.
quote:Avalanche Recordings presents two new and exclusive digital download only LP releases... First up is KRACKHEAD - 'From Hell'. 'From Hell' compiles every track produced from this JKB (as the pseudonym JK Flesh) project, recorded between 1997 and 1999. Included here remastered are the only two tracks that were ever available from this project - 'Cruise Control' from the 'Lo Fibre Companion' compilation on JKB's short lived Lo Fibre label and 'Phaseday' from the 'Future Noir' compilation. Some of the tracks were intended to be released as an EP on the short lived Spite label from Patric Catani (ec80r, Puppetmastaz, etc) but the label folded before release, the rest were tracks intended for the first full length LP 'From Hell', which at one point was discussed for release through Ipecac just before the project was shelved and became absorbed as an inspiration for the JK Flesh and K Mart (Kevin Martin / The Bug) project Curse Of The Golden Vampire specifically the 'Mass Destruction' Ipecac album. 'From Hell' contains nine songs over approx. 48 mins. To buy and to listen to short mid quality MP3 extracts go to the Avalanche Store here. The other new release is from COUNCIL ESTATE ELECTRONICS. Council Estate Electronics is a new project from JKB and Diarmuid Dalton, born from vintage analog only synth and fx improvisations. Project began early 2008 inspired by JKB as he was collecting tracks from old Final cassettes culled from 1983-87 for the forthcoming early Final set. JKB and Diarmuid set about recording long improv sessions using only old analog instruments much like Final did around 1983-87. These sessions are then edited and mixed/produced by JKB. Here is the debut release 'Kitsland', four tracks over approx. 51 mins. Reference points include - Throbbing Gristle, Basic Channel and King Tubby. To buy and to listen to short mid quality MP3 extracts go to the Avalanche Store here.
quote:Jesu is doing very few shows currently. I’m being extremely selective and do not wish to tour in the foreseeable future; I find it damaging mostly in so many respects, and I do not seem to have the health to withstand large spouts of touring anymore
Release Date: October 27th, 2009
Justin Broadrick first emerged as a force in music as part of the band Napalm Death in the mid eighties. He then formed Godflesh which cemented his place in a genre which is variously known as extreme, grindcore or just new metal. There are however, many arrows in Justin Broadrick’s quiver. Over the last twenty years he has maintained a series of projects ranging in musical style from punk to industrial to the layered, melodic atmospherics of his current band, Jesu and it’s newest release, an EP called ‘Opiate Sun’. This ability to step outside the confines of musical convention sets him apart creatively from other writer musicians who have been working in his field over this period. Despite, or perhaps because of this stylistic diversity he has attracted an obsessively loyal fanbase and a reliably positive response from critics. The question is always, How does he sound so light while staying so heavy?
Jesu’s output has been spasmodic but of a uniform high quality. All instruments are played by Justin Broadrick and apart from the occasionally guest vocalist (Jarboe from The Swans) he handles all vocals. Two traditional sequenced albums, ‘Jesu’ in 2004, and ‘Conqueror’ in 2007 plus an album length song, ‘Infinity’, in July 2009 have been intertwined with a number of EPs. In 2008 Jesu issued one EP, ‘Why Are We Not Perfect?’ and contributed to two more split EPs with other bands. ‘Opiate Sun’ is the only Jesu release in 2009 aside from ‘Infinity’.
‘Opiate Sun’ will be released in the US and UK on Mark Kozelek’s Caldo Verde Records home of Mark’s own Sun Kil Moon and other transformative musical endeavors. Mark was captured by the strength of Justin’s performance when he saw him live in San Francisco in 2007. Therefore he was only too happy to help out when the opportunity arose to be involved in this important project.
Justin Broadrick is a native of Birmingham, England and resides in Wales. He has produced or remixed releases by Pantera, Isis, and Pelican. He also runs his own label, Avalanche Inc.
1. Losing Streak
2. Opiate Sun
4. Morning Light
Toen met die tour met isis in 2005 ofzo had ik daarvan het laatste exemplaar gekocht in de 013 (van die druk van tenminste), er stonden toen een hoop chagrijnige mensen achter mequote:Op donderdag 13 augustus 2009 14:19 schreef On het volgende:
Ik ben nogsteeds op zoek naar de s/t op vinyl trouwens.
Hehe, grappig dat de laatste paar alinea's gaan over Justin die over iTunes loopt te zeiken, en onder het interview een linkje staat naar jesu op iTunes.quote:Op donderdag 13 augustus 2009 09:25 schreef bartrid het volgende:
En nog een interessant interview om te lezen:
http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/13389-disconnected/quote:On paper, Greymachine should be great. Justin Broadrick and Aaron Turner are two of the most influential rock musicians today. The former masterminded industrial metal behemoth Godflesh; now he helms shoegazer rock band Jesu. The latter fronts atmospheric metal outfit Isis, perhaps the most imitated metal band today. Greymachine also includes Broadrick collaborators Dave Cochrane (Head of David, Ice) and Diarmuid Dalton (Jesu). Broadrick has said that Greymachine taps into his aggressive side-- welcome news for long-suffering Godflesh fans. Combined with people from Broadrick's musical present and past, such intent raises interesting possibilities.
Unfortunately, Greymachine does not realize them. Contrary to hype, it is not Jesu + Isis. It has none of the pretty melodies of either. In fact, Broadrick's collaborators might as well have been absent. This sounds like a Broadrick project through and through, just not a fully fleshed out one. Songs often start with hoover bass lines-- a throwback to Broadrick's days producing drum 'n' bass 12"s in the 1990s under pseudonyms-- then wander through hazes of slow beats and guitars with loads of effects. The bass lines are bracing enough, but their power dissipates as songs go nowhere. Broadrick's production skills are peerless, and cool noises wind throughout the album. But cool noises do not make for songs. These tracks exhaust their ideas long before their running times, often eight minutes or more. The album feels like a collection of demos-- for a Godflesh remix EP, perhaps, or for Broadrick's earlier beat-oriented projects like Techno Animal or Ice. It was assembled via email, and sounds like it. The title is apt.
Greymachine wastes the talents of Broadrick and Turner. Perhaps it could have been more focused had they sat in the same room and hashed out songs the old-fashioned way. Maybe Turner's melodic sense would have come through. Maybe Broadrick would have worked up actual riffs. The lack of riffing has been his greatest weakness since ending Godflesh. His Jesu and Final projects revolve around chords and melodies and textures. Sometimes these work, but often others do them better. Riffs are distillations of purpose. They occupy the midrange and can almost act like voices. Since Broadrick left riffing behind, his work has felt scattered. It often has mammoth low end, clouds of high end, and emptiness in between.
— Cosmo Lee, August 31, 2009
Hier gratis te downloaden.quote:09.15.09 Release of the first 2 volumes of 'Avalanche on
Play, a tribute to JK Broadrick', a compilation featuring 24 bands from all over the world.
Meer schaamteloze spam: de kerstversie, Avalanchers on Sleigh is hier te downloaden. Kerstcovers en originele nummers.quote:Op maandag 21 september 2009 21:04 schreef bartrid het volgende:
En nog een interessant interview:
Hij kan dus van z'n muziek leven.
En nog een stukje schaamteloze spam:
Hier gratis te downloaden.