Friday, 8 August 2014


"Spire hell heap"
Year:   2011
Country:   US
City:   Seattle
Artist:    Dustin Kochel
Label:   Debacle rec.
Format:   cassette
Edition:   20 copies
Tracks:   11
Time:   50 min.
Genre:   electronic
Style:     Noise      Psychedelia      Drone

“Carefully composed, dynamic, sonically stimulating noise by Dustin Kochel. You most likely haven't heard of this guy. He is as mysterious as his surreal, abstract collages that seem to flow complexly from one distinct movement to the other. Synths, electronics, found sounds, and who knows what else, pieced together to compile one of the most diverse and interesting noise releases the universe has ever encountered. In fact, everything but an un-moving wall is here. Quiet, dim, haunting drones. Metal tinkering right in your face, and more of it off in the distance like a massive machine operating miles away. Bright synths wavering and pulsing like sound effects from an 80's sci-fi movie. Crushed and distorted thumps and rumbles. Buried human voices. Static-ridden radio clips. Each track has a theme and doesn't venture far off from it's main idea before it ends and the next track begins. If you've got a friend that you want to turn on to noise, give that friend this tape. If he/she doesn't love it, give up”. You can buy this release in mp3 format on "Debacle Records" or "Rainbow Bridge Recordings" .
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