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AUDIO: Lucky Bone – “Less Than Jazz [>jazz] / Angst Pt. 02 [Dream Journals & Glass Coffin Series]”

Noise artist Lucky Bone recently put out four new releases on Bandcamp; we covered two previously and now we present the other two. The first one, “Jess Than Jazz” comprises of collaged old and new recordings that have been physically glued or taped together at random. The second one “Angst Pt. 02” is inspired by a dream from a film

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AUDIO: Lucky Bone – “Waiting-Room (Phaseloops) – This World is Mean and Evil / Music for Moving Body (Composition for Going Somewhere, or Somewhere Else)”

Noise artist Lucky Bone recently put out a lot of work on Bandcamp; this week we’d like to share the first two (of four) releases. The first is “Waiting-Room”, a 26-minute composition of 8-track tape loops. The second is “Music for Moving Body”, which is like a collage conceptualized as background noise for while you’re driving, representing the motion and

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AUDIO: Phoned Nil Trio – “11th Anniversary”

Harsh noise act Phoned Nil Trio have a new album out to celebrate over a decade of making sounds together. It’s comprised of three parts where each member (Peter J. Woods, Lucky Bone & Dan of Earth) contributes their respective portion; the first four are Dan’s, the next two are Lucky Bone’s, and the rest are Peter’s. Each bring their

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AUDIO: Lucky Bone – “Dream Journals & Glass Coffins (4, 3, 7 & 8)”

Noise project Lucky Bone has a new album out, inspired by recent dreams. Each suite consists of collaged pieces of harsh noise, pop-sensible songs, and distorted samples that all make for a most surreal listening experience. Lucky Bone shares on Bandcamp what specific imageries are represented in each track, some fragmented while others vivid. Luther Price’s film “Warm Broth” and

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AUDIO: Lucky Bone – “Music Box Memories (and other pandoras)”

Experimental noise project Lucky Bone is out with their first record in eight years. It’s two elongated tracks of noise that bask in spontaneity and freedom. These tracks were made with methods such as said music box and tape manipulation, with the second track seemingly consisting of many shorter pieces collaged together. Textures range from harsh static to high-frequency clinging

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