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Noise Problems is a net-label dedicated to electric and amplified music of all sorts. It is also a collection of live shows. All music recorded is uploaded right here at the FMA under Creative Commons Licences and available for free download at the highest 320kbs mp3. If you would like to have it in lossless formats please send us an email.
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Noise_Problems on 08/28/2016 at 01:59AM
These are some snippets of what was going through the OCCII between 2002 - 2009. The OCCII has a long history of existing as a self-sustainable independent venue. It provides a stage for the underground and radical music acts and its run almost entirely by volunteers. Each volunteer helps the venue in one way or another. In its 20-plus years of existence, OCCII has offered a diverse program while remaining cheap to attend.
Noise_Problems on 08/12/2015 at 01:02PM
Pão is an improvised music trio from Lisbon.
Pedro Sousa, Tiago Sousa, and Travassos play a blend of keyboard drone, mad saxophone, and electronic ambient sounds that straddles the line between jazz and psychedelia. Their first album is somber, occasionally harsh, unforgettable.
"The trio’s music is a sound continuum falling somewhere between the intersection of La Monte Young’s brand of eternal music and the tense interplay and occasional outbursts present in many of European free-improvisation’s landmarks, all the while permeated by a sense of expansion and peaking, and by the constant addition and subtraction of elements over an always present layer of silent crudity."