Reviews for "FatherScrough-Bouree D'An Chor (El Santo Dead Mix)"
by El Santo.
permalink Fri, Oct 24, 2008 @ 2:44 PM
Quote: Bouree D’An Chor was remixed through a custom-made application, developed to splice, slice and annihilate audio.
Not wishing to offend, but this is a joke right ?…
Now if it were to ‘Enhance’ Audio that would be something else.. Sounds like you had a major power outage. 8~)
permalink Fri, Nov 7, 2008 @ 3:23 PM
I give this a recommendation cuz it make you think. Also it would probably be great as a movie score.
I find this music to be a little inacessible. I really dig a noisecore/punk/crazy group called Melt-Banana, but I can only recall a few of their songs, they are so out there. Which is or isn’t a bad thing, depending on the listener, but…
I wonder if you could craft music that might be more accessible, nuggets of the craft, breadcrumbs of the disciple. Transitions, experimental or no, some type of structure, again, experimental, or no.
I mean, along with tracks like this, maybe can you craft music that can act as a bridge to your more “uncut” sound.
I hope you don’t take this as me asking you to conform, its just that this is way over my head, in terms of message or intent. I hear something, i just don’t know what it is.
This “demolished” sound or style sounds intriguing, but it is hard to…sonically digest.
At the very least, what is your intent or inspiration with this track? None? For the listener to figure out? just to understand.
Really dig the attitude and energy in this, but the method to the madness escapes me.