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Rainbow Mirror
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Rainbow Mirror (limited 4xCD)
Cat: PFL 197. Rel: 15 Dec 17
 
Industrial/Noise
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Rainbow Mirror
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Cat: TBC. Rel: 01 Dec 17
 
Ambient/Drone
Unknown Rains
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Cat: HOS 491. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Industrial/Noise
  1. Let Your Mind Free (Whip The Corpse) (4:05)
  2. Before Rain Becomes Snow (9:27)
  3. In The Ruins Of My Brother (10:44)
  4. Red Poppy Laughter (9:38)
Review: Believe it or not, but Dominic Fernow's Prurient project has been circling the cassette scene since the late 1990's. The man behind other projects like Vatican Shadow has continued, at pace, to develop his main alias, however, and 2016's Unknown Rains were another wild and twisted bric-a-brac of gnarly power electronics spanning all sorts of waves. Luckily for us (or some?), Fernow has decided to give this badboy of a cassette its own vinyl reissue, leaving us with some pretty menacing noise to review here. "Let Your Mind Free (Whip The Corpse)" is a pretty terrifying affair, glitching its distorted drones like nuclear missile over the West Pacific, and "Before Rain Becomes Snow" doesn't exactly calm the waters either. On Side B, "In The Ruins Of My Brother" is a construction of eerie background fuzz with plenty of twists and back-door screams, while "Red Poppy Laughter" blasts out a non-stop fountain of gargling noises from the depths of the inferno. A classic Prurient joint.
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Dial B For Beauty
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Dial B For Beauty (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: DNAM 001. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Call 1
  2. Call 2
  3. Call 3
  4. Call 4
Review: Dominic Fernow dons his Prurient hat for this split release with Karl O'Connor as Ugandan Methods. As you might expect, it's not for the light-hearted; "Call 1" features the Downwards boss' dense, grainy broken beats mixed with Fernow's wounded screeches amid bursts of white noise. "Call 2" is built on a similar approach, but this time the churning noise and dense drums are interspersed with dramatic, dark synths that spiral and twist. The third "Call" provides a surprise, heading back to the loopy techno of early Downwards, but it's only a temporary deviation and the fourth and final "Call" sees the duo deliver a drum-led, droning rhythm.
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