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non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by RasTheDestroyer » Wed May 29, 2019 11:35 am

I'm from Miami and up until recently, I didn't know we have a legit noise scene, Japanoise and Steve Albini got me into noise but these influenced my style more:

Dragon Ball Z - I don't care what most weebs say, DBZ holds up really fucking well, the constant yelling got me hype as fuck as a pup, is a pretty good reference point for when I do PE tracks



Chief Keef - Deserves two vids, Keef was what Lil Wayne was to us when we were 10, cold as ice flow and got dudes hype




Lil Uzi Vert - Popularized the "ay/yeah/huh, what" flow after Keef..doesn't translate well in noise, but Uzi is the voice of this generation



Waka Flocka Flame - Essentially proto-noise rap, or Punk Rap as Waka called his older crunk style, Flockavelli is essentially the southern version of Kanye's 808's and Heartbreak; shit put the producer, Lex Luger on the map for a good minute



SpaceGhostPurrp - Hometown rapper that started the 90s nostalgia trend in rap but fell off to remain in the underground, each mixtape he does is totally different, one could be Dark R&B, another could be Dancehall (he's a better producer than a rapper)



Poison Clan/JT Money - Another Miami group, JT Money's the face of the group, which rapped about dogging women and other young adult shit



MC Ren - My dad put me onto dude and a whole lotta West Coast artists, Ren's one of the few I consistently bump, used to imitate his flow on earlier work



Carl Crack - http://ccrack.ga/

Muslimgauze - I sample peacocks and make ethnic ambient because of him, one of my biggest influences in general



Hamza el-Din - Another sample source, been learning Doumbek percussion by drumming along to his stuff



What about y'all?
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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by clemonz » Wed May 29, 2019 12:16 pm

books i'm not sure i read or not.
insanity.
i like to pac
poets.

should have said painting but meh :)
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Post by cleverbot » Wed May 29, 2019 12:20 pm

clemonz wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 12:16 pm
books i'm not sure i read or not.
insanity.
i like to pac
poets.

should have said painting but meh :)

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Post by clemonz » Wed May 29, 2019 12:58 pm

good curation. i'm not getting it!

Muslimgauze has some noise influenced recordings, right? everyone's been influenced by some noisy stuff that doesn't quite fit, is too rhythmic and composed and ambient. e.g. this still leaves me guessing, like a very private evol outtake...
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Post by cleverbot » Wed May 29, 2019 1:00 pm

clemonz wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 12:58 pm
good curation. i'm not getting it!

Muslimgauze has some noise influenced recordings, right? everyone's been influenced by some noisy stuff that doesn't quite fit, is too rhythmic and composed and ambient. e.g. this still leaves me guessing, like a very private evol outtake...

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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by melkobukva » Wed May 29, 2019 2:32 pm

cool topic!

let me give it a try...

music

super-dark unsettling and oppressive atmosperes, i like to add them as backgroung layers or interludes



also a sucker for massive epic percussion hits and sampling classical records because of Laibach



(not the most representative example, but i dig it, so whatever)

she is the reason why i use samples of screaming women all the time (usually sourced from pornhub & xvideos)



used to play this comp a lot when it came out, most things on it are likely an influence one way or another



and to take a break from all the mopey goth stuff above



this made me realize for the first time that you don't need metal guitars to sound brutal :)

other




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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by RasTheDestroyer » Wed May 29, 2019 3:02 pm

clemonz wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 12:58 pm
good curation. i'm not getting it!

Muslimgauze has some noise influenced recordings, right? everyone's been influenced by some noisy stuff that doesn't quite fit, is too rhythmic and composed and ambient. e.g. this still leaves me guessing, like a very private evol outtake...
I can't find the source, but I do remember reading about 'gauze laughing at people who had their stereo systems damaged because of how his work was produced, his more noisey stuff (ambient and industrial) include:

Azzazzin - Straight up dark glitch, lacks any real rhythm and was just him playing around with knobs in one take



Your Mines In Kabul - Heavily distorted breaks



Satyajit Eye - Huge drone sound

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Post by RasTheDestroyer » Wed May 29, 2019 3:06 pm

Gonna check out more of Diamanda and add der todesking to my backlist, big ups!
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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by ¼ dead » Wed May 29, 2019 3:16 pm

A lot of "classic" rock: Blue Oyster Cult, T. Rex (later era in particular, believe it or not), Pavlov's Dog and some others especially.

The moon (up in the sky).

the gothically sublime dread of nature, night, wilderness and celestial space, without wallowing in "KVLT" contrivances.

Outer Gods. Multiverse theory. The incomprehensible scale of the universe, and even individual "things" within it. General themes of cosmic horror.

Personifications of death and concepts of a metaphysical underworld/Hades/alternate spiritual dimensions. Conquering death through dying. Mocking death in this way. The past. Frozen moments. Times blurring/interlacing, if only on a purely psychological level. Incomprehensible stuff. Astral projection.

The world inside a person's head (like, how mental images are always surrounded by blackness, because they literally only exist as projections inside of a tiny, black, electrical universe that exists solely inside a person's brain), and the true limits thereof.

Spiritual energy imbued into stuffed animals/inanimate objects. Faith. The power of suggestion and what it can sometimes mean for individual "realities".

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Post by puddysjacket » Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:15 am

Your influences stank like hot garbage bruh

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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by cleverbot » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:20 pm

melkobukva wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 2:32 pm
cool topic!

let me give it a try...

music

super-dark unsettling and oppressive atmosperes, i like to add them as backgroung layers or interludes



also a sucker for massive epic percussion hits and sampling classical records because of Laibach



(not the most representative example, but i dig it, so whatever)

she is the reason why i use samples of screaming women all the time (usually sourced from pornhub & xvideos)



used to play this comp a lot when it came out, most things on it are likely an influence one way or another



and to take a break from all the mopey goth stuff above



this made me realize for the first time that you don't need metal guitars to sound brutal :)

other




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Re: non-Noise influences (music or otherwise)

Post by ¼ dead » Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:19 am

The most poppinest pop-punk

MS pride, y'all.

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