sie_muerte: (EN)
My favourite music artist is the German band Einstürzende Neubauten. If you're a fan of industrial, post-punk, experimental, noise-like music then you more than likely have heard of these guys. Einstürzende Neubauten is very well known but I can't consider them being "mainstream". I'd like to think of them as a pioneer in their ever changing musical endeavors.

I picked up Fünf Auf der Nach Oben Offenen Richterskala sometime during my late teens in a used vinyl shop not knowing what to expect. As soon as I laid the record needle onto this album I was hooked (I even had the band's logo tattooed in maroon on my right arm).

Fünf Auf der Nach Oben Offenen Richterskala has been described as "Einstürzende Neubauten at their unsettling, gripping, and tension-ridden best."

Listen to the tracks:
1. Zerstörte Zelle (Destroyed cell)
2. Morning Dew
3. Ich Bin's
4. MoDiMiDoFrSaSo
5. 12 Städte
6. Keine Schonheit Ohne Gefahr
7. Kein Bestandteil Sein
8. Adler Kommt Später

Wait.. There's More! (When You Can't Get Enough In One Day)

This is mainly for my own personal reference but you, dear Reader, can also enjoy these noise/industrial artists that I will be listening to during the week.
Pulsión by Esplendor Geométrico is an album I came across earlier today that I quite enjoy. I will definitely be looking further into this band!

A New Brutality by Perc was shown to me by my boyfriend when we were discussing this style of music. This is also a great website to listen to and discover new artists!
sie_muerte: (suthulhu)
I've decided that I am going to start posting my favourite albums as I listen through my current music collection.
Why should I keep them all to myself? I'm sure there is someone out in the world that can appreciate these artists as much as I do. I'm a few decades too late for most of these albums, so I won't bother much with writing out a full personal review.

Garlands by Cocteau Twins

For the past few days I have been utterly fixed and mesmerized by this album. You can listen to the album here for free.
Overt repetition doesn't stop me from loving Garlands. It is a pioneer album in its genre and deserves to be appreciated.

One review by Ned Raggett on )


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