Wednesday, 23 May 2012
We (not me)first heard stuff like this in the 1950's via the BBC radiophonic workshop, and Louis and Bebe Barron's soundtrack for 'The Forbidden Planet'.
Fifty years on it's kinda become irritating and easy. Frankly, even in 1985, anyone could make an Industrial album like this. Fiddle about with some electronic sound generator,feed it through a load of effects, and you're gonna end up with a gloomy doomy 'Weird' soundscape like this. Hell, we've all made an Industrial album, if i wanna listen to something like this I'll make it myself in a couple of hours, and it'd be more fun.
Although I salute this genre as being the ultimate in non-muso music for people who haven't got a clue how to play an instrument; Inclusive music, rather than exclusive. This is a good thing, but I don't wanna hear it anymore........although, you can by downloading this dreary C60 below: (give it a go, I've just got up and I've got the arse/ translation: I am grumpy....it's not that bad)
DOWNLOAD psyko-genetika II HERE!