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Mp3 Vomir & Torba - Unstable Geometry

  • Performer: Vomir & Torba
  • Album: Unstable Geometry
  • Label: Aaltra Records, At War With False Noise, Underground Pollution Records, Suoni Grezzi, Nhdiystrec, Swollen Avantgarde
  • Catalog #: AA05, ATWAR104, SA1
  • MP3: 1747 mb | FLAC: 2725 mb
  • Released: 01 Apr 2012
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Style: Noise
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 126
  • Category: Electronic
Mp3 Vomir & Torba - Unstable Geometry


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Recorded in Berlin/Montpellier 2011.
Mastered at Artifacts Mastering, Berlin, 2011.
Limited to 325 copies.

White side (A) plays on 45 RPM
Black side (B) plays on 33 RPM

Packaged in black and white 190gr matte paper.


  • Mastered At – Artifacts Mastering – none


aaltra records. Vomir & Torba - unstable geometry. HNW, industrial. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Current track: Vomir & Torba - corps-sans-organes excerptVomir & Torba - corps-sans-organes excerpt. Listen free to Vomir & Torba Unstable Geometry Unstable Geometry, Corp-Sans-Organes. 2 tracks 8:48. Torba combines sounds and techniques hijacked from the musique concrètetape music tradition with a modern approach to noise music and lo-fi soundscape composition. Torba is an object in perpetual motion where the constant element is represented by the organic use of field recordingsfound footage and their manipulation throughout magnetic tapes and digital processors. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2012 Vinyl от Unstable Geometry на track album. Dreamcold, by Skrei. 1 track album. Metzger Therapie. 12 May . R U S H - Broken Machines Stefano Martino. Broken Machines, by R A S H. VomirTorba - 7 Unstable Geometry from METZGER THERAPIE. 1 May . Unstable is the second studio album by the American nu metal band Adema, and is the final album to feature its full original lineup with Chavez and Ransom departing from the band after its release and then again after their reunion, although they returned to the band in March 2017 only for Mark to leave once again in 2019. The album was released on August 19, 2003 by Arista Records. It features the self-titled single Unstable and has sold about 400,000 copies worldwide. Many songs relied more on. 5 HHR LPs for 60. Buy 3 LPs, Get 1 Free. Album Streams & Downloads. Hellcast - Metal Podcast. Listen to online Torba, Vomir - Unstable Geometry, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Torba, Vomir - Unstable Geometry from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Aaltra Records catalog number AA05 At War With False Noise catalog number ATWAR104 Underground Pollution Records catalog number none Suoni Grezzi catalog number none Nhdiystrec catalog number none Swollen Avantgarde catalog number SA1

VOMIR & TORBA - "unstable geometry" - 7" on VITAL WEEKLY
You could argue that Vomir's method represents the very pinnacle of industrial music. Reading through Romain Perrot's interviews, you get a rather curious picture of his character as well as his recording process -- he is this diligent, principled guy who spends a lot of his free time sitting at home, daisy-chaining his arsenal of noise generators and effects pedals. When some fledgling noise label asks him for a release, he adjusts the dials on his mixer, hits record and then lets it run until the requested duration has elapsed. It's a simple, production-oriented approach to noise -- and the HNW scene is really all about product; without their physical forms, the releases are basically interchangeable. The artist need not even be in the room while the recording takes place, the gruntwork of the process largely performed by machines. What else could be more industrial? And yet, despite this, there is something unusually satisfying about digging into a record like this, exploring the minor nuances of the noise, and attempting to immerse oneself in the sound. Fortunately, Vomir's work tends towards the low, rumbly side of the sound spectrum, a sweet spot that is ably isolating without being blistering. Berlin's Torba, head of Aaltra Records (one of six labels involved in this release) -- and a prolific noisester in his own right -- matches Perrot adeptly here. A-side "Unstable Geometry" subsists on a steady, bass-heavy rumble that rattles the viscera sumptuously. It is steady and asphixiating, a menacing boulder of a track that epitomizes what I like most about the genre. Meanwhile, the B-side, "Corps-Sans-Organes" is more overtly abrasive, dropping something shaky and unstable into a harsh wind of steady noise. The composition sounds like a recording from the middle of a hurricane, the doors and window panes of some unfortunate house flapping precariously amidst the torrent. Overall, like the finest work the HNW scene has to offer, Unstable Geometry is alienating, absurd, and generally pulverizing. (MT)
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