Posts Tagged ‘Aaron Noseday’

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Aaron Noseday is the alias of Thomas Collard, a Belgian Acid fiend whose own label Lord Cal  specialises in unpredictable 303 experimentation, equal parts Mike Dred and SUF. The six tracks on this latest EP collude to create a formidable statement of intent.

A bruising, atonal six-minute 303 workout, A1 kicks us off by shearing away Acid Techno’s latent funk and repositioning the TB as a weapon of brute force, teaming it with thundering, tribal drums.  One Interlude later, the second proper track A2 unleashes rubbery gabba drums which underpin pretty keys and all manner of maelstrom-like noise. Somebody belches and again that stentorian drum starts up  for the set’s longest and most idiosyncratic track, B. You wouldn’t call it a beat – it’s a pounding, and around it orbit all manner of queasy disorientating noises. Fans of Rephlex, Planet Mu, or  hard uncompromising Acid, you might just want to check this out.

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