MERZBOW - Live Destruction at No Fun 2007
At this years No Fun Fest, the legendary Japanese noise king Merzbow\r\ngave a blistering performance that stunningly brought together both\r\nhis classic analog and recently-explored digital concerns. Keeping\r\npace between two laptops and an amplified sheet-metal instrument, the\r\nwalls of computerized droning distortion and psyched-out metallic\r\nscarping easily reminded those attending to the world of noise that\r\neven icons with twenty-plus year careers under their belts can still\r\nvivaciously channel the advancements they helped build as well as\r\ncompose stunning untried sounds.\r\nAlong with the recent Pain Jerk/Incapacitants split CD and the\r\nupcoming Aaron Dilloway/Carlos Giffoni split LP, Live Destruction at\r\nNo Fun 2007 manifests itself as an essential audio document of one of\r\nmany striking performances at this years festival. Often considered a\r\ngenre best experienced live, the gargantuan walls of outer-region\r\nsonics set forth by noise were aptly spawned in-the-moment and afresh\r\nby their performers, and the variety, sheer power, and unrelenting\r\nconfidence of Merzbows set in particular no doubt left longtime\r\nfollowers thoroughly fulfilled while those whove only heard the name\r\nthrown around in mythical regard were bound to have been left with a\r\nhearty appreciation of his genius.\r\n - No Fun.
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