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Since the early 2000's, Pete Swanson has released more CDR's, tapes and vinyl records than most countries release postage stamps. As a member of cult noise duo Yellow Swans, he amassed a worldwide following of noise fans swayed by the duo's clamorous beats and screech combo and ability to carry their sound live just as much as they did on record.

As a solo artist Swanson has continued to deliver, but unsurprisingly…

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  • I saw him live 5 days ago and my ears are still ringing faintly...
  • Ah God I love Pete Swanson ahhhhhh
  • im pretty sure he can't produce quality live shows consistently, but if he is in the mood than you are in for a real treat!
  • his live set sounded like a shallow 'n' fast groovebox techno thru a boss ds-1, but at least it was loud enough. BIG MEH
  • dude really doesn't rock this hard live
  • yeah man. big fun shit
  • Is it worth it to see this live?
  • https://soundcloud.com/vampireslayer
  • "Kramar Zaibatsu is an artist with a kaleidoscopic outlook on his music, a truly experimental performer that refuses to get stuck in a box, not only musically and conceptually, but also aesthetically, as testified by the parade of monikers he adopted throughout his varied career. Few artists on the music scene are willing to take such chances with their art. His work even defies personal intention, as Kramar approaches his performance with a feel aching to automatic writing, bypassing rationality and exploring the hidden layers of consciousness on a deeper level. Sonically, Kramar set out to deliver a blend of progressive, electronics, glitch, ambient and much more, as portrayed on his debut album "The Dark Enlightenment", which reads like a n unpredictable flow of music, better enjoyed when listening to the album from start to bottom. Find out more and let the tracks do the talking!" https://kramarzaibatsu.bandcamp.com/
  • this fuckin' guy is so cool and positive that i'm not sure if i like him more doing interviews or trembling walls of the venue with his hardcore sound. such a massive performance it was last week; there were bunch of people up on stage surrounding him, headbanging hard and holding on to the table with equipment, so it wouldn't literally collapse. i'm pretty bummed we accidentally missed bigger part of the gig, since it was so powerful, energetic and hypnotizing with aggression, something you will never quite see on techno gigs, neither on harsh noise concerts.

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