SINDRE BJERGA – ‘Future Jazz Loops’ C60
fab033_frontPurchase here! “…cassette player drones and kitchen sink psychedelia, sound ghosts hidden deep in the molten magnetic tapes.. always aiming for that mind-altering head trip…” Multifaceted Norwegian veteran of the international DIY experimental/noise circuit, Sindre Bjerga, has been performing and releasing music since the 90’s under his own name and with a series of projects and collaborations. On this, his debut for Fabrica Records, he presents us with three live performances from 2013. Pro-dubbed edition of 50 audio cassettes.

KILT – ‘She’s Got The Evil In Her Ear’ C60
FAB034_FRONTKILT are Bob Bellerue, Raven Chacon and Sandor Finta exploring and excavating sounds that could only rise from within the darkest crevices of the human spirit. The sound of metal being scraped across the factory floor. Distortion seeping from a broken speaker. A jukebox playing in a loop inside a jet engine. Death ritual ceremonial music. She’s Got The Evil In Her Ear consists of nearly 60 minutes of recordings culled from two different live performances by this mighty noise power trio. Pro-dubbed edition of 50 audio cassettes.

PARASHI – ‘Tovarich’ C30
fab035_frontAlbany, NY’s Parashi is Mike Griffin, of Skell Records, long-running solo noise project.”Tovarich” is a fine addition to his ever growing catalog of noise activism geared towards the creation of a “new human” by hammering away at the shackles of petit-bourgeois values and capitalism.Electronic bleeps and blasts, industrial loops, warped synths, ravaged tape loops, are all part of this brainwashing soundtrack made to tell the dried up corpse of Ronald Reagan to f*ck off because “that WALL is going back up motherf*cker!” Mike also regularly collaborates with his fellow comrades in Burnt Hills, Urkas, and Mensheviks. Pro-dubbed edition of 50 audio cassettes.

FAB036_FRONTBrooklyn’s (via Chile) Luciernaga and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico’s La Mancha del Pecado join forces again after their last, and very limited edition. split tape from 2010. Luciernaga is Joao Da Silva, half-owner of Fabrica Records and La Mancha is Miguel Perez who also has hands in Agorafobia Tapes, and musical projects ZN, Colectivo N, Skull Mask, and Wehrmacht Lombardo. On this new offering, each project contributes a side-long brooding industrial-tinged drone. The sounds echo the early days of pre-dance-beats industrial music, therefore, the packaging is a tribute to one of the pioneering acts and first record labels of this genre. Pro-dubbed edition of 50 audio cassettes packaged in a 5″ x 5″ reel-to-reel box.


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