Saturday, 5 January 2013

Pangaea Culmination - two years of noise mayhem (bootleg tape)

A long (95.42 minutes) and challenging listening experience no doubt.  This is a compilation of artists to have played Pangaea Project shows in the first 2 years.  The PANGAEA PROJECT was created to be a forum for avant garde, electronic and experimental artists, musicians, dancers, performance artists, et cetera. They are looking for: Electronica, Noise, Free-Jazz, Neo-Minimalism, Experimental, Improvisation-based, Post-Punk, off-the-beaten-path and boundary-pushing forms of expression. Which means they` re not into commercial music (now we have something in common here). I loved this tape because there` s a good variety of stuff in there. You will hear a lot of experimental noise, some song oriented minimal electronics (Jackie Ransom),  acoustic chaotic punk (Blast And The Detergents), low-fi acoustic blues noodlings (Permanent Makeup), low-fi pop with gothic undertones (Stick Figure), amazing ambient noise (DJ Hollowlife), experimental music (Trotsky`s Watercooler and Tree), warped low-fi electronics (Divewood), experimental grungy guitar noise (Wampo), near ambient low-fi noise (Tim Kaiser), a bongo and spoken word piece (Hal And Mark McGee), one out-there song oriented piece (Riss), one instrumental grungy \ swampy piece (Stoil), and last but not least, and experimental ambient track courtesy of Koas. This compilation will provide good companionship for those long hardcore Canadian winters. More info here:
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