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Astromero is an ongoing collaborative project between japanese noise pioneer Hiroshi Hasegawa, of astro, and Damion Romero of Speculum Fight. Side A is a live recording from San Francisco, hence the title 'Live in San Francisco', and the B-side is a studio collaboration. Side-A pitches low end rumblings and grumbling's against harsh psychedelic synthetics. It's intensely abrasive and wild!! Brutal ...

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Live in San Francisco by Astromero
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 31 July 2009
Astromero is an ongoing collaborative project between japanese noise pioneer Hiroshi Hasegawa, of astro, and Damion Romero of Speculum Fight. Side A is a live recording from San Francisco, hence the title 'Live in San Francisco', and the B-side is a studio collaboration. Side-A pitches low end rumblings and grumbling's against harsh psychedelic synthetics. It's intensely abrasive and wild!! Brutal some would say. It's an all consuming composition that corrodes in on itself with restless abandon. The vocal contributions are particularly intense. The studio recording reveals more of the same but within a more controlled environment. The space sonic's that cut through the low end dronage are totally awesome. I think it's a treated theremin that's making this composition work better than the live track. I can imagine a load of clangers messing about with a ton of tone generators and old elecro-harmonix pedals on the moon. Not entirely sure that was the desired effect but i'm liking it. Limited to 350 on No Fun Productions.

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