New Tapes from AALTRA RECORDS

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New Tapes from AALTRA RECORDS

Post by m on Sun May 12, 2013 7:18 am




FLESH COFFIN - Horror Vacui [C20]
C20 | b/w print on glossy paper | black tape + 25mm pin | limited to 50 copies
5.00€ + shipping

Andreas Brandal is the name behind Flesh Coffin. Active since almost two decades into the experimental/noise scene, he released a huge amount of tapes, vinyls and CDs under his real name or collaborating with other musicians/sound artists in projects such as House of Bats, KRAFFT, Drevne Bolesti, Men of Science or Uvesen.
Flesh Coffin is the most usual moniker he's using in the last years to sign his solo-releases, aside from his real name.
"Horror Vacui" was recorded in early 2012, using tape loops, field recordings, analog and digital synths and various homemade sound-equipment.
This 20 minutes composition focuses on broken loops and muddy drones to conjure a more creepy and gloomy mood, rather than the harsh noise cut-up/junk metal attack common on most Flesh Coffin releases.
Andreas fill up this tape with intense soundscapes flavored by a genuine lo-fi inclination and dark but striking atmospheres as only a scandinavian's heart can do. Limited to 50 copies, J-card on glossy paper, this tape come with a 25mm badge.
sampler: https://soundcloud.com/aaltra-records/flesh-coffin-horror-vacui-ii


TORBA - Polyester Catacomb [C20]
C20 | b/w print on glossy paper | white tape + 25mm pin | limited to 50 copies
5.00€ + shipping

Torba is the solo project of Mauro Diciocia, an italian noisemaker based in Berlin, Germany and head of Aaltra Records.
His sound is a crude collage of tape loops, hums and crackings, walls of noise, audible insalubrity, odd found-sounds and other crusty textures.
"Polyester Catacomb" is a sort of concept-tape about the wreckage of domestic relationships. Some of the fields recordings contained in the tracks were captured in abandoned houses or collapsing buildings to emphasize the social entropy theme through the sound documentation of the decline and destruction of the symbol par excellence of the modern family: the house.
Recorded between may 2012 and january 2013 manipulating tape-loops and field-recording as well as handmade oscillators, contact microphones and circuit bent radios, this two tracks offer a gloomy journey through frustration and collapse.
Limited to 50 copies, J-card on glossy paper, this tape come with a 25mm badge.
sampler: https://soundcloud.com/torba/vase-de-noces

info/order: http://aaltrarecords.blogspot.com | aaltra.records@googlemail.com

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