Whenever I tend to make these, they go well, so I'm gonna make one now seeing as a) it's been at least 2 months since the last one I've seen and b) I've listened to almost everything from the past sharethreads (which can be found here:
I'm gonna start off sharing a collection of 3 compositions by Tritsan Murail (specifically Serendib, L'Esprit des Dunes and Désintégrations), who worked with a compositional technique called spectralism. It sounds like sweeping but fleeting moments of ethereal orchestral noise, definitely worth checking out.
Link : https://mega.co.nz/#!Jcg1GR6a!9DvmK5pg0Ex5PD7syB_PfjcZu26JtOLWHh7CrovMbas
Immedia - 2|1
>lowercase, extremely minimal, sounds almost like an empty office building with the occasional clicks and whirrs of the surrounding electronics
Can't find a sample, unfortunately.
Mechanical Opera - s/t
A collection of opera tunes done on music boxes. One of the tracks on here (Carmen - Overture) was used as the FNAF theme for when your power went out. Otherwise, it's a fairly cheery and unique album.
Link : https://mega.co.nz/#!8RA1wDhT!iJ54j8iwk0M1zPypq1NH0XmYJ8Lgd3Y6gsYb-vm1lko
Otomo Yoshihide - Cathode
>onkyo, no-input, eai, one of the few records Yoshihide doesn't heavily rely on turntablism and he's better off for it.
Link [v0]: https://mega.co.nz/#!oEwwWbYY!H5iatzjy7wqzRvGlRYU1RIWWP3b5kCEIrQ7iHldPV1A
I'd post these more quickly but I have shitty Britbong internet that takes 25 minutes to upload 100mb.
Sachiko M & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Snow, Silence, Partially Sunny
>minimal electronics, eai, one 35 minute long track of Sachiko's stylistic drones partnered with minimalist accompaniment by Sakamoto. Beautiful, very nearly brought me to tears during the first listen.
Side note: this doesn't seem to display album info on the window, but within the music player all the info is present. Some kind of weird glitch, I suppose.
No sample available, I'm afraid.
Calypso Borealis - Ore Bowal
Tape manipulations, ambient, drone. Really spacey. Sometimes reminds me of Sun City Girls if they were more droney.
No sample available
Birchville Cat Hotel - Beautiful Speck Triumph
>drone, noise, field recordings, warm and fuzzy at times, sombre and melancholy at others. Most tracks go over the 20 minute mark, up to ~35 minutes at some points.
Link : https://mega.co.nz/#!UEIS0ILR!jMRKinrAMWg2NcodtiBob3_j8lHTrS80_enr0Eh1q-A
if noise/free improv/'avant garde' albums just try and sound like other noise albums are they really still avant garde or just noise trying t osound like noise
Note: This post was SAGED on 26 December 2014 at approximately 22 38 GMT.
bump this shit
sharing pic related
not really, but here's a great performance of Grisey's Espaces acoustiques