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  • Circuit Scarecrow brings the noise!!! by Cypher Approximately 3 years ago, Circuit Scarecrow released an EP entitled "Mechanical Laughter". I was fortunate enough to review this ear-catching project. Mechanical offered an element not attempted before in Hip Hop. That element is known as "Noise".
  • Beats ‘n noise dude Samoyed wowed with his last couple of releases, and now he’s back with the sizzling ‘Spit’ EP, which further cements his status in the scene. The producer gets more than enough comparisons to the LA Brainfeeder scene, but I hear a lot more in his sound than that – his beats are so subtle and distant that it’s hard to just throw him into that genre. Add the fact.
  • 18) OE Quality FUEL PUMP with lever and gasket MK1-MK3 SPIT.
  • This is by no means complete, but I'm looking for the following records to fill holes in The Punk Vault. If you have them for sale or possibly for trade, please get in touch. WANTED: Absentees - Tryin' to Mess With Me 7" (UG) original only Abused - Loud and Clear 7" (abused music) Active.
  • EP $ WHITE ZOMBIE "Zombie Kiss" "alternative" rockers cover Kiss live CBGB's 7" EP $ WHITEHOUSE "Bustmonster" pure noise on RRR 7" EP $ WHITESLUG "Alphacoma" fuckin' grindcore dude 7" EP $ WILDEBEASTS "Public Image" 4 cover songs on Sympathy from this Scottish band 7" EP $
  • "White Noise" is the astonishing debut album from PVRIS, a three-piece band on the cusp of an uprising: witness the audible birth of a supremely confident, accomplished thunderous sonic burst of sheer uniquity and amorphous darkness; immerse yourself in a wall-of-sound haze of commanding vocals, atmospheric synthesized beats and Violator-esque ambiguous lyrical dirge (religion, /5().
  • Anonymous said Thanx for sharing this. 'Gentlemen, it is a fact that every philosopher of eminence for the last two centuries has either been murdered, or, at the least, been very near it, insomuch that if a man calls himself a philosopher, and never had his life attempted, rest assured there is nothing in him; and against Locke's philosophy in particular, I think it is an unanswerable.