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Lee Ranaldo, Jim Jarmusch, Marc Urselli, Balázs Pándi

The curiously titled s/t is the brainchild of producer Marc Urselli, who brought together three complete strangers to each other (indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo and sometime Merzbow drummer Balázs Pándi) for a one-off, late-night studio session in New York. CD edition contains two extra tracks from the three-track LP version.

Marshall Allen, Danny Ray Thompson, Jamie Saft, Trevor Dunn, Balazs Pandi, Roswell Rudd
Ceremonial Healing

  • Vinyl Triple LP (RNR107LP)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Artist(s):
  • Balázs Pándi

Jon Wesseltoft & Balázs Pándi
Infinite Vice

Tantalising pairing of Norwegian electroacoustician Jon Wesseltoft and powerhouse Hungarian drummer Balazs Pandi, who has recently been prominently in action with a certain Merzbow. Infinite Vice is less relentless and more explorative than the Merzwork: though some of the electronic textures are pretty fizzy, the general vibe is of listening and improvised textures. Tape on The Tapeworm.

Merzbow, Mats Gustafsson, Thurston Moore, Balazs Pandi
Cuts Up, Cuts Out

In 2016, the established powerhouse noise duo of Merzbow and Balasz Pandi teamed up not only with saxophone destructor Mats Gustafsson but also guitar-noise shredder Thurston Moore for an unholy improvised quartet show live in a church in Hackney. Cuts Up, Cuts Out offers up a pair of chunky extracts, and what fun they are. Vinyl release on RareNoise Records.
  • Artist(s):
  • Balázs Pándi

Merzbow & Balázs Pándi
Live At FAC251

Live At FAC251 is just what it claims to be: a document of the recent live performance there by mighty Merzbow himself, playing with regular recent partner in crime Balászs Pándi, whose fierce blast-beats give the massive noise-sheets a real sense of drive. Edition of 500 CDs in a straightforward sleeve (here’s what the venue looked like!), on Cold Spring.

Merzbow, Keiji Haino, Balazs Pandi
An Untroublesome Defencelessness

In the mood to be totally sonically annihilated? Well then boy, do we have the thing for you! Noise pope Merzbow has been working with powerhouse drummer Balazs Pandi for a few years ago, whipping up propulsive noise storms, and the addition of goddamn Keiji Haino really tips things over the edge. Haino’s inhuman wails and gnarly guitar fits right into the mass of raw power that is An Untroublesome Defencelessness.

Merzbow, Mats Gustafsson, Balazs Pandi, Thurston Moore
Cuts Of Guilt, Cuts Deeper

Roaming the plains of noise, Thurston Moore finally found some worthy companions in the likes of Merzbow, Mats Gustafsson and Balazs Pandi, who already released Cuts as a trio in 2013. By adding Moore’s guitar to the loudness, this group has truly become global. Cuts of Guilt, Cuts Deeper promises to approach the painful at all times, with melodies buried beneath layers and layers of aural destruction.

Wadada Leo Smith, Jamie Saft, Joe Morris, Balazs Pandi
Red Hill

An impressive quartet of free-expressive outsiders assemble here for an LP of intuitive fluid tranquility and aggressive skronk'n'plink free jazz. Avant-garde trumpet legend Wadada Leo Smith is central here, with Slobber Pup bandmates Jamie Saft, Joe Morris and the remarkable Hungarian percussionist Balasz Pandi fill the rest of the slots on keys, upright bass and drums respectively.
  • Artist(s):
  • Balázs Pándi

Merzbow/ Mats Gustafsson/ Balazs Pandi

Japanese Noise Super-Maestro Merzbow has been playing out with Hungarian man-of-drums Balazs Pandi quite a lot recently, and on Cuts they are joined by, you guessed it, Mats Gustafsson, master of the super-noisy skronk sax. Sounds that will clean out your senses. Although that said, this feels more like three equal players in an improve context than a full Merzbow blow-out.

Merzbow & Balázs Pándi
Ducks: Live in NYC

  • Artist(s):
  • Balázs Pándi

Merzbow & Balázs Pándi
Ducks:Live in NYC