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Dirter Promotions – Mid Price Promo

Noise fiends rejoice! Ten titles on long running UK avant/noise imprint Dirter Promotions now at mid-price.
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Merzbow
Wildwood

Brand new Merzbow all up in your life, with the kind of ferocity only the Japanese master and a select few other high-functioning noisers can bring. Wildwood is, in accordance with Masami’s hardcore animal welfare principles, a benefit release for a bear rescue charity in Kent: look, there’s one on the cover! I wonder what the bear lovers of Kent will make of this?

Pietro Riparbelli
Vacuum

Pietro Riparbelli is an Italian sound-artist / composer, and Vacuum is a full-blown, forty-minute, six-part suite made up of old analogue synthesisers and reverberating field recordings of empty spaces. The CD on Dirter is packaged in a slick, mini-gatefold style sleeve, in a limited edition of 500 copies. A cozy sound pressing.

RLW
Flurry Of Delusion

Flurry Of Delusion was originally a collection of sounds improvised with Giuseppe Ielasi. But of course, as with anything that comes from the mind of RLW (Ralf Wehowsky), nothing is as it seems. A vibrant mix of improvised industrial and computer-music gives birth to this disparate CD. Encased in a charming full colour digipac on reverse board.

RLW
Fall Seliger Geister

RLW, aka Ralf Wehowsky, pulls together field recordings, some instrumentation, and large quantities of unidentifiable sounds for Fall Seliger Geister, which follows through on the ghosts of the title with a dark smeared-horror aesthetic. Fall Seliger Geister is constructed with Wehowsky’s full brace of electroacoustic and musique concréte powers, and makes for a rewarding listen. CD on Dirter.

Skullflower
Kino I: Birthdeath

The Kino series: in which a multitude of early Skullflower releases, long thought lost to the ages, are brought thrillingly back into print. The first release, Birthdeath, allows you to go back to the very start, presenting the first Skullflower EP from 1987 alongside six never-before-released tracks.

Skullflower
Kino II: Form Destroyer

The Kino series: in which a wave of early Skullflower releases, a very long way out of print, are brought thrillingly back into availability. Part 2, Form Destroyer, contains the first album, remastered so that your heavy murk sounds nice and clear, and the Ruins release from around the same time, plus two tracks you’ve never heard before!

Skullflower
Kino III: Xaman

Third part of the Kino series, which brings back into print a whole host of early Skullflower material. This one is Xaman, a long lusted-after piece of the Skullflower puzzle, containing all the crushing blackened hallmarks of their early sound. Remastered, and lushly packaged with new artwork from Bower himself.

Skullflower
Kino IV: Black Sun Rising

Fourth part of the Kino series, which returns to actual availability a healthy chunk of early Skullflower. Number four, Black Sun Rising, tidily packages up three long-lost seven inches and a further six unheard tracks from various sessions in the late 80s. Nice new artwork too, courtesy of Matthew Bower.