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12 Mar 2010, 18:12 by little_ravenENGLISH VERSION BELOW (in italics)
Estamos interesados en hacer un par de covers drone de bandas mainstream (piensen en deftones o linkin park, para darse una idea). Quisieramos que suene levemente a Pocahaunted, o incluso a Women of the SS, por lo que no serían necesarias demasiada experiencia ni energía a la hora de cantar. Además seguramente agregaremos miles de capas de efectos para que suene drone-like.
Ah, y por supuesto, saber pronunciar inglés en manera levemente decente sería mucho más que deseable.
Las interesadas manden pm.
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We are looking for a female vocalist for a couple cover songs of mainstream bands. Of course, the genre is going to be in the drone/ambient field as usual, so think about Pocahaunted or Women of the SS covering Crawling, and you'll get an idea
14 Jul 2009, 06:11 by gravesendneck#18 - July '09
Don't Look So Disappointed
early to mid 80s goth rock/death rock mainly in the post punk vein and female fronted
01 Women of the SS - P-38 Panties
02 Siouxsie and the Banshees - Eve White / Eve Black
03 Mona Mur Und Die Mieter - Jeszcze Polska
04 Malaria! - Kaltes Klares Wasser
05 Hysteria - The Maze
06 X-Mal Deutschland - Augen - Blick
07 Mona Mur Und Die Mieter - My Lie
08 X-Mal Deutschland - Sehnsucht
09 Hysteria - Silent Hate
10 Asmodi Bizarr - Spin The Wheel
11 Siouxsie and the Banshees - Infantry
12 Fra Lippo Lippi - The Inside Veil
13 Mass - Cabbage
14 The Cure - One Hundred Years
15 Cocteau Twins - Blind Dumb Deaf
16 Apr 2008, 03:08 by AppleKabukiSuriSo there is this meme that has been going around last.fm for a while now which was probably started by AxemRangers about a year ago. In its original context it was humorous side note to an essay tackling the subject of e-anger. Now most people who did their own versions of this meme were unaware of the original context, however they attacked their beloved bands in such an unforgiving fashion that they still were able to make the same defiant stance against people who get e-angry when someone doesn’t like a band that they’re fond of.
Now as time has gone on this defiant stance has disappeared and this is meme basically consists of people wanking on about how the music they like is too important and too amazing to possibly say anything bad about. When they actually insult a band it’s a cop out along the lines of “I didn’t like this one album they did as much” or “They didn’t make enough music”. Its time for this bullshit to stop and the true message behind this meme to step forward again. …
7 Feb 2008, 03:46 by plumindustriesWelcome folks to the new radio series ELEVENELEVEN. ELEVENELEVEN is a radio show that explores sound art in its various forms. Experimental, avant-garde, improvised, noise, electronic, headphone music. Supporting Australian Sound Art through featured playlists and guest programming. Presented fortnightly by Jennifer Teo.
Double Numbers is the first show of the ELEVENELEVEN series. First up we hear a collaboration between Faust & Nurse With Wound with “Lass Mich”, a 13 minute audio collage from the album Disconnected (2007), followed by “Dead Air” a track by Bloodclot, a one-off collaboration between Controlled Bleeding & Noizeclot in 1985. With that we also hear a Nurse With Wound track from the album The Musty Odour of Pierced Rectums, nice. Next, the enigmatic Netochka Nezvanova (2007). Download music here.
From Australia, we have Puzahki with “I’ve Seen Enough” from the album Smoking When Pregnant. This album, plus much much more…