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The Rita // Magazine 2xCD

The Rita // Magazine 2xCD

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A reissued 2022-CD set released in October 10 from New Forces, a noise label in New York, USA, by The Rita, an influential noise artist from Vancouver, Canada.

Adolf F. Reinhardt,Influenced by abstract painters such as Kazimir MalevichIncludes 7 roaring harsh noise walls, 80 minutes. 6-sided digipak, shrink specification.Comes with a booklet with liner notes and photos.Below is an explanation by the label.

New Forces has announced a two-disc edition of The Rita's monumental work "Magazine".This 2 disc editionFully remastered by Grant Richardson, it features Trelix Reset and Werewolf Jerusalem tracks recorded from "Magazine", previously only available as a bonus tape in the 2LP special edition. I'm here. Housed in a 6-sided digipak with old and new artwork by Sam McKinlay,Includes liner notes by Sam McKinlay and Tommy Carlson and a booklet with additional images.

Released exclusively on double cassette on Sweden's Abisko label in 2005, "Magazine" has since become a legendary album and is considered by many to be the best work of pioneering harsh noise artist The Rita. (Also noted for its iconic artwork featuring the Big Muff effector acting as a machine gun magazine) "Magazine" is 80 minutes of extreme noise music, with Sam McKinlay pushing extreme sounds until they begin to collapse. .Influenced by abstract painters such as Adolf F. Reinhardt and Kazimir Malevich, the four tracks of "Magazine" are progressively deconstructed, the final track dynamic until it becomes a linear/minimalist "wall" of textures and crunches. elements are slowly removed.Ultimately, under the microscope, the same progressively deteriorating audio dynamism and ferocity is still present as in the first three tracks, and the last track, "Obsession," finds itself within a wall of linear crunch. is expected to be found inA study of brutality, density and focus, "Magazine" challenges the listener, through careful study, to become fully engaged in an ever-expanding sonic transition beyond seemingly minimalist forms. is.This radical approach to sound became a call to a generation of noise artists influenced by The Rita, and "Magazine" was finally reissued for all to hear. "

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more New Forces releases available at Tobira. 

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New Forces:

" New Forces is happy to announce a 2xCD edition of the monumental "Magazine" by The Rita. This 2-disc edition is fully remastered by Grant Richardson, and includes the tracks by Treriksröset and Werewolf Jerusalem, recorded using "Magazine" as source material, that were previously only available as bonus tapes in the special edition of the double LP version. Packaged in a 6-panel digipack with old and new artwork by Sam McKinlay, as well as a booklet featuring liner notes by Sam McKinlay and Tommy Carlsson with additional imagery.

Originally released as a limited-edition double cassette on Swedish label Abisko in 2005, "Magazine" has since become a near-legendary album, considered by many to be the finest recording from pioneering harsh noise artist The Rita (and equally celebrated for its iconic artwork, featuring a Big Muff effects pedal acting as the magazine for a machine gun). "Magazine" contains 80 minutes of militant noise music, with Sam McKinlay pushing the limits of extreme sound until they begin to implode. Drawing influence from abstract painters such as Ad Reinhardt and Kazimir Malevich, the four tracks on "Magazine" are progressively deconstructed, slowly taking the dynamic sonic elements away until the last track is a linear / minimalist “wall” of texture and crunch. Ultimately the hope is that under a microscope the same slowly deteriorating audio dynamism and viciousness from the first three tracks is still present, just found within the walls of linear crunch during the last track, “Obsession.” A study in brutality, density, and focus, "Magazine" tests the listener, challenging them to fully engage with the shifting layers of sound that, through careful study, continually expand beyond their seemingly minimalist form. a generation of noise artists who were influenced by The Rita, and "Magazine" has finally been reissued for all to hear. "

Artist: The Rita

Label: New Forces

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A reissued 2022-CD set released in October 10 from New Forces, a noise label in New York, USA, by The Rita, an influential noise artist from Vancouver, Canada.

Adolf F. Reinhardt,Influenced by abstract painters such as Kazimir MalevichIncludes 7 roaring harsh noise walls, 80 minutes. 6-sided digipak, shrink specification.Comes with a booklet with liner notes and photos.Below is an explanation by the label.

New Forces has announced a two-disc edition of The Rita's monumental work "Magazine".This 2 disc editionFully remastered by Grant Richardson, it features Trelix Reset and Werewolf Jerusalem tracks recorded from "Magazine", previously only available as a bonus tape in the 2LP special edition. I'm here. Housed in a 6-sided digipak with old and new artwork by Sam McKinlay,Includes liner notes by Sam McKinlay and Tommy Carlson and a booklet with additional images.

Released exclusively on double cassette on Sweden's Abisko label in 2005, "Magazine" has since become a legendary album and is considered by many to be the best work of pioneering harsh noise artist The Rita. (Also noted for its iconic artwork featuring the Big Muff effector acting as a machine gun magazine) "Magazine" is 80 minutes of extreme noise music, with Sam McKinlay pushing extreme sounds until they begin to collapse. .Influenced by abstract painters such as Adolf F. Reinhardt and Kazimir Malevich, the four tracks of "Magazine" are progressively deconstructed, the final track dynamic until it becomes a linear/minimalist "wall" of textures and crunches. elements are slowly removed.Ultimately, under the microscope, the same progressively deteriorating audio dynamism and ferocity is still present as in the first three tracks, and the last track, "Obsession," finds itself within a wall of linear crunch. is expected to be found inA study of brutality, density and focus, "Magazine" challenges the listener, through careful study, to become fully engaged in an ever-expanding sonic transition beyond seemingly minimalist forms. is.This radical approach to sound became a call to a generation of noise artists influenced by The Rita, and "Magazine" was finally reissued for all to hear. "

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more New Forces releases available at Tobira. 

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New Forces:

" New Forces is happy to announce a 2xCD edition of the monumental "Magazine" by The Rita. This 2-disc edition is fully remastered by Grant Richardson, and includes the tracks by Treriksröset and Werewolf Jerusalem, recorded using "Magazine" as source material, that were previously only available as bonus tapes in the special edition of the double LP version. Packaged in a 6-panel digipack with old and new artwork by Sam McKinlay, as well as a booklet featuring liner notes by Sam McKinlay and Tommy Carlsson with additional imagery.

Originally released as a limited-edition double cassette on Swedish label Abisko in 2005, "Magazine" has since become a near-legendary album, considered by many to be the finest recording from pioneering harsh noise artist The Rita (and equally celebrated for its iconic artwork, featuring a Big Muff effects pedal acting as the magazine for a machine gun). "Magazine" contains 80 minutes of militant noise music, with Sam McKinlay pushing the limits of extreme sound until they begin to implode. Drawing influence from abstract painters such as Ad Reinhardt and Kazimir Malevich, the four tracks on "Magazine" are progressively deconstructed, slowly taking the dynamic sonic elements away until the last track is a linear / minimalist “wall” of texture and crunch. Ultimately the hope is that under a microscope the same slowly deteriorating audio dynamism and viciousness from the first three tracks is still present, just found within the walls of linear crunch during the last track, “Obsession.” A study in brutality, density, and focus, "Magazine" tests the listener, challenging them to fully engage with the shifting layers of sound that, through careful study, continually expand beyond their seemingly minimalist form. a generation of noise artists who were influenced by The Rita, and "Magazine" has finally been reissued for all to hear. "

Artist: The Rita

Label: New Forces