Contagious Orgasm should be a name familiar to most reading this. Beginning in the late 80's, he has released dozens of albums on many labels across the world and is well known for being one of the originators of the Japanese noise scene. He has never been afraid to play with many genres though, utilizing field recording cut-ups, harsh noise, heavy percussion, industrial atmospheres as well as more soundtrack-esque songs with detailed sound design in recent years. His sound collage styled mashing of ideas is on full display here, manipulating Regosphere's source material into two dense moody tracks of skittering field recordings, heavy synths and psychedelic collage with many surprises along the way.
Regosphere began making harsh noise tapes in the mid-90's under the name Suburbia Melting, before deciding on a name change and refocusing of sounds and intention in 2007. Being extremely excited to work with one of his long-time inspirations, he went all out on these recordings. Utilizing Hiroshi's source material, he spent some serious time in the studio working these tracks over and fleshing them out. Dark shifting ambience, pulsing industrial rhythms, field recording and metal cut-ups along with their shared love of sound track work unfolds over one long collaged track.
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The title of this describes the music perfectly.Two long tracks that suggest being in some type of limbo,neither dead or alive,trapped.I suppose this could be described as sound collages,nightmares of a life not lived.It reminded me of the first time I saw Eraserhead. Michael Carter
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I cannot praise this album enough. This album is absolutely terrifying! The many starts and stops creates this very h settling tension. Each start expands on the stopper idea previously. It’s like the music equivalent of walking through thick fog while passing out multiple times throughout trying to find a place to orientate yourself. There may or may not be something sinister in that fog, but you don’t want to stick around to find out. Bought the vinyl so I summon the fog demons through spe showhornwithteeth