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Something Vile // Suicide Souvenir Tape

Something Vile // Suicide Souvenir Tape

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Something Vile, presided over by American noise label Deathbed Tapes, is the latest release in June 2022 from the Dutch experiment / noise label Dead Mind, limited to 6 pieces.

Contains 5 No-Fi post-industrial techno songs.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Dead Mind Records releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 75 copies.

Dead Mind Records:

"After a random discovery on Bandcamp I kept returning to the dirty, rhythmic synth noise of Something Vile. An unknown project to me at the time that turned out to be the brainchild of Alex Ford, a restless soul spinning his own web in a dark corner Operating his label, Deathbed Tapes while using different monikers for his own musical output.

For his latest release he produced a mixture of primitive, distorted beats and layers of screeching noise to create an intense experience that feels like being hit in the face with a sledgehammer, leaving you knocked down on the floor begging for more. Pure bummed out lo -fi industrial using analog drum machines and FM synthesis through fuzz pedals and bit crushers. Sounds like SPK and Maurizio Bianchi going back in time to perform at a caveman ritual.'

Artist: Something Vile

Label: Dead Mind Records

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Something Vile, presided over by American noise label Deathbed Tapes, is the latest release in June 2022 from the Dutch experiment / noise label Dead Mind, limited to 6 pieces.

Contains 5 No-Fi post-industrial techno songs.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Dead Mind Records releases available at Tobira.

----------------------------

Edition of 75 copies.

Dead Mind Records:

"After a random discovery on Bandcamp I kept returning to the dirty, rhythmic synth noise of Something Vile. An unknown project to me at the time that turned out to be the brainchild of Alex Ford, a restless soul spinning his own web in a dark corner Operating his label, Deathbed Tapes while using different monikers for his own musical output.

For his latest release he produced a mixture of primitive, distorted beats and layers of screeching noise to create an intense experience that feels like being hit in the face with a sledgehammer, leaving you knocked down on the floor begging for more. Pure bummed out lo -fi industrial using analog drum machines and FM synthesis through fuzz pedals and bit crushers. Sounds like SPK and Maurizio Bianchi going back in time to perform at a caveman ritual.'

Artist: Something Vile

Label: Dead Mind Records