Experiment 50 - review


Cool, I've done a few nice trades for Experiment 50 and one of them has been reviewed on this blog...


Cheers Fred!

BBBlood is the UK-based noise project of Mr. Paul Watson who also runs the label, Trans-dimensional Sushi. Apparently this is his 50th release. What we've got here is just under 47 minutes of ultra dynamic, all over the place noise. Everything from delay pedal worship and knob tweaking to screaming feedback to distorted crunch and classic harsh noise. The occasional odd sound and volume dropouts let you know that this is the real deal, not some ultra-edited bullshit. The three tracks on this release are all fairly lengthy but they cover so much ground and move so fast you can hardly tell. My favorite of the three tracks is "Submissive" because of it's haunting chill-ass vibe. It sort of reminds me of the ambient mix version of Painkiller's Execution Ground. Rumbly, reverb soaked, and beautiful. The cover art for this release (by KEROZEN) is beautiful as well with lots of vibrant colors and the laser printing makes it look and feel very slick. Of all the releases I've gotten in trades in the past few months this one is definitely in my top three. Viva La Delay Pedal! Contact BBBlood to see if it's still available. http://www.bbblood.co.uk

Nice. Well if you want to hear more drop me a message or an email. We can talk business. Interesting trades or hard blood money please!

What's next?

BBBlood - Liquid Jewels (collaboration DVD)
BBBlood - BashBashBash split (TBC)
BBBlood - Vulgar Eye (Unluck Rec)
BBBlood - 3" (Burnt Sound Offerings)
Green Mist/BBBlood - 'poo & wee' C30

TDS related

Helm - Optimism (Trans-Dimensional Sushi)
Compilation 2
More TBA....

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