A placid study of shoreline life in Manitoba’s interior through noise, field recordings and tape loops.
The album title is in Ojibwe and is pronounced “ve-sheep see-be”, which translates to “Duck River”, where all the field recordings were taken at. The name today is Duck Bay Reservation, local folk call it Duck River.
Bret Parenteau (ARDOR, GASHKADIN) is a sound artist from Winnipeg, MB, Treaty 1 Territory and Historic Métis Nation Homeland. Primarily performing under his B.P. moniker, he is head of the Makade Star and (now-defunct) Male Activity labels.
Blown out and massed patterns of red-line scrape and abrasion; cyclical and blaring, a thunderstorm of gutter-nihilism emanates from the streets and sewers of NYC. 40 continuous minutes of rugged [...]
Paul Dresher & Ned Rothenberg – Opposites Attract [1991, Sealed]
Coaxed perception is assured by constructing a narrative out of abstraction, leading one to posit the statement rather than examine the question. Perception is tainted by presumption. Prophecy is [...]
Finally here from Lasse Marhaug: Personal Best 8. My favorite zine around. Always a worldwide affair, a zine that felt familiar to me the first time I picked up a copy. Since it is the bane of my [...]
Active for nearly 40 years, Incapacitants are without a doubt one of the best noise groups of all-time. The duo of T. Mikawa and F. Kosakai are legendary for their chaotic recordings and over the [...]