Cruel Nature

David Colohan – ‘Darlington Point’
In the early 2000s, David Colohan was living in a tent on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in New South Wales, Australia, working on farms. Inspired, this release sees the United Bible Studies band member, reflect on that time through a series of beautiful, pastoral pieces that’ll transport you to a simple life in a distant land, filled with nature and wonder.

Iker Ormazabal Martinez – ‘The Oscillation parts III & IV’
This is the continuation to The Oscillation (parts I & II), published last December, also via Cruel Nature Records. This solo work is heavily inspired by acousmatic composers, and acousmatic listening, the music and writings of Pierre Schaeffer, Eliane Radigue, Pauline Oliveros, Francisco Lopez, taking inspiration from what is known as ‘deep listening’, listening with intent or acousmatic listening.

Stella Research Committee – ‘A Proposed Method For Sanding Fitness’
Fostered in Cincinnati’s feral noise scene, Stella Research Committee – along with bands like Hissing Tiles, Fruit LoOops and Daumier – have internalized the excesses of noise-rock and no-wave forefathers and have given birth to a sound that is universal in its barely contained primal yelp, but somehow quintessentially Midwestern in its austerity and directness.

Saturnin Sektor – ‘Night Encounters’
Hailing from Genova, Italy, taking itsinspiration from 70s / 80s movie soundtracks, ‘Night Encounters’ is a synth-heavy imaginary soundtrack for an imaginary film. FFO Late night TV shows, VHS, B-Movies, cheap F/X, 80s teenage dreams, John Carpenter.


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