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Dish - The Old Dish Who Was A Bit Cracked by D-84
Computer coded zap/pop/crunch/zoom/splice/doorslam-spaceship sounds reverse voices kickdrum/hi-hat + guitar treatments. This is the debut release of one of the members of Blectum from Blechdom from Oakland. Blectum from Blechdom have just had their debut 12" release on Orthlorng Musork and will soon have a full length on PHTHALO and a couple other labels."A multitrack seamless piece of musique concrete-ish zaps and bass pops, flying saucer 'warning signals', Theremin-esq pitch bends circa Dr. Who, reverse FM'd 'talking", low octave crunches + hi-hat continuity, and computer language raw code programming. If there are 4 'fields' of electronic music (the electroacoustic, tapesplicing(concrete), synthesizers
and music 'boxes', coded computer synthesis), then this D84 does a fusion of all 4 of them indiscriminately. Computer music and techno suggest more and more a 'seriousness' of rejecting identification with any past music. Dump your taste senses and join this music for the sake of all your non-verbal, taste-oblivious, regions of being."
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