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910 Noise Presents: Douceur Violente

Various Artists: 910 Noise Presents: Douceur Violente (ACK Recordings)

910 Noise presents: Douceur Violente A 14 track compilation of electronic and noise artists from Wilmington, North Carolina.
 

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Label: ACK Recordings
Catalog ID: 910-010
Squidco Product Code: 14373

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2010
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray

Personnel:

Cumean Cybil

Jason Ward

Donovan Quixote

Food World

Authorless

Somnaphon

Khnum

The Billie Ocean

Carl Kruger

Caucasians

Subterrene

Technoetry

Steph, Dig It

Mr. Stonecipher

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Artist Biographies:

Wilmington-based Jason Ward is is the guitarist for Photoclub, and is a long-standing member of the 910 Noise Collected; this is his solo experimental noise project.

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Modular synthetics in free form evolution, a mysterious and psychedelic blending of tones and rhythms. Authorless is a member of the 910 Noise Collective.

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American abstract sound artist influenced by micro and macro sound. Know for groups Baby Daddy, Caucasians, Ibiza Shock Troops, Kevin Brodenheimer, Nipple Stools, Peer Group &c.

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Though alluding to the concept of underground machines, subterrene's textures and diaphanous melodies often invoke thoughts of clouds or weightless spaces. At turns melodic and harsh, grainy and billowy, subterrene continues to explore the road less taken in the ambient experimental genre.

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track listing:


1. The Hurt My Feeling (Cumean Cybil) 2:00

2. A State of Mind (Jason Ward) 5:24

3. Trouble at the Old Mill (Donovan Quixote) 4:57

4. In The Basement (Food World) 3:58

5. Impulse Beacon (Authorless) 1:39

6. Eye Calypso (Somnaphon) 4:51

7. Khnum (Zizzard) 5:03

8. Don't Be Afraid of Us (The Billie Ocean) 3:03

9. John Stanton, Cammeron Batanides, the Super Kiids (Carl Kruger) 1:58

10. Scorching Treats (Caucasians) 5:11

11. Villian (Subterrene) 5:31

12. April 4 2010 [live] (Technoetry) 3:02

13. Smile It's Only War (Steph. Dig It) 3:47

14. The Kissing Machine (Mr. Stonecipher) 5:28
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910 Noise presents: Douceur Violente A 14 track compilation of electronic and noise artists from Wilmington, North Carolina.



Reviews:

Douceur Violente opens on the right foot, with a brutally crushed set of digitally-artifacted noise from Cumean Cybil, entitled "That Hurt My Feeling." Shifting abruptly, the second track expands more on the wealth of diversity in this community with the almost-melodic ambient piece "A State of Mind" by Jason Ward. Donovan Quixote highlights the opening of the album with a haunting and eerie cacophony of squawks, thumping and swelling in "Trouble At The Old Mill."

Food World's "In The Basement" brings the album around full circle to the brutality of a vocal-inflected wall of processed noise, conjuring memories of some of the better basements I've graced. Next the compilation offers us the luxury of a breather, with the short and simple "Impulse Beacon" a track that is either without author, or performed by someone named Authorless (which, in this writer's opinion, is a fucking awesome name), before moving into the atmospherically glitchy "Eye Calypso" from Somnaphon - an artist who has been featured on a handful of IM.net compilation projects.

In another show of the diversity of this compilation, and the collective it represents, Khnum delivers the dark "Zizzard", a track that echoes vague IDM qualities, hidden beneath swirling layers of synth chaos. "Don't Be Afraid of Us" becomes something of a sinister directive within the context of the piercing and organic noise of this The Billie Ocean track. Carl Kruger follows with the distinction of having a track whose title takes longer to type than the track's run time. "John Stanton, Cammeron Batanides, the Super Kiiids" may be one of the shortest tracks on the album, but it holds its own with a creepy gurgling like the dying gasps of a drowning man.

Caucasians add another level of complexity to the depth of this release with their noise rock performance "Scorching Treats". Then the album takes a turn for the traditional, with the electronica of Subterrene's "Villian". As a cranky and haughty purist, I felt this track was a bit more out of place than some of the other excursions into melody or rhythm present on the release. Technoetry spits a blistering diatribe over meandering guitar jams in "April 4 2010 (live)", providing a strangely psychedelic tangent before moving into the distinctly hypnotic synth and vocal treatment of "Smile It's Only War" by Steph. Dig It (editor's note: Best Song Title Ever!)

The album closes with another artist familiar to the faithful IM.net compilation crowd: Mr. Stoneciper. "The Kissing Machine" starts off with a beautiful and subtle drone, that slowly swells as the backdrop for sampled chanting. The pressure of the drone builds until it becomes the focal point of the piece, and then fades back down, becoming a sublime denouement for the album.

Douceur Violente shapes up to be a fantastic compilation, serving well not only the community it showcases, but also the diversity of a region often overlooked by the cosmopolitan crowd. All of this packaged neatly under some of the best cover art I've seen in a long time.-Intelligent Machinery

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