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12 novembre 2012

M.B. - Symphony for a genocide (reissue) #1998

Maurizio Bianchi is an Italian guy who makes lots of noise with electronics. Since the 1980s, Mr. Bianchi actually had a goal, you know, that he wanted to achieve artistically, as an artist, through his ~*aAAart*~, “to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on complete realizing of the modern decadence.” Sounds healthy.
Symphony for a genocide was released in 1981. It’s the only LP from him that I’ve actually listened to, and I suspect that it’s just the kind of noise that normal people like you and me have always been looking for. It’s Metal Machine Music with less Lou and more warmth and pulse. It’s MERZBOW contained in a fireplace. It’s 20 Jazz Funk Greats with some flesh between the bones, and no dude singing. That description might offend decadent ol’ Mr. Bianchi, but it’s the truth. His “genocide” is really a warm cathartic ride on a picture book thundercloud. Now, it might be genocide for all that elephant doo doo and stale pudding that stick to our ears, but even then it’s really just a big fuzzy q-tip.

via rhymeoftheunheard


M.B. - Auschwitz

Tracklist:

01. Treblinka
02. Auschwitz
03. Maidanek
04. Auschwitz (reprise)
05. Belzec
06. Chelmno
07. Sobibor
08. Accop (6) Ehte
09. Sordide Sentimental
10. Anesthesie Total

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