If you blow someone's hole long enough, eventually he / she will explode. That's what the Maori say, anyway. And they had a long time to practice this bizarre thing, too. Until the British introduced indecency laws...
i wish they did more tracks like VI on Valediction. love the vocals <-- that track is absolutely phenomenal. I thought I wanted to see their rock set at broken flag but after hearing that I think I'd rather see the power electronics one anyway
Debut release of dark ambient / power electronics project Nostromo 180286 is for free download, if you like Ramleh, you might dig this.
http://www.myspace.com/nostromo180286 ... http://www.last.fm/music/nostromo+180286
NEW RELEASE: Ethnic Acid: "Power-works 1986-88" Double CD out now on Freak Animal/Industrial Recollections. The CD is available direct from the label here: http://www.cfprod.com/fa
This release with also be available through US & European distros. - details to follow.
Those who like Ramleh will also want to know.......
- May 2009 (out now on 2nd Layer records) "Malediction"..... Brand new Skullflower studio recording featuring the line-up of Matthew Bower, Samantha Davies (Voltigeurs), Lee Stokoe (Culver) and Stuart Dennison (Ramleh, original Skullflower) back on drums and vocals. Three long tracks of blackened guitar wall. No one is making music that sounds like this. Comes in 6-panel digipack with artwork by Matthew Bower. Limited to 1000 copies.