Noel Meek with Richard Youngs, Neil Campbell and Lasse Marhaug

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I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised that Meek and his friends have produced such diverse and engrossing music, given label End of the Alphabet’s reputation for delivering just that, time and again.

Sol Mortvvs: Sol I, II, III

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Sol I, II, and III feature dissonant passages that’ll corrode your neurons.

Slomo: Transits

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Drone fans… set the controls for the heart the sun.

The All Seeing Hand: Sand to Glass

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Most of the music we listen to is comprised of variations on familiar themes. It’s much rarer to encounter genuinely innovative music like The All Seeing Hand create.

Six Noises EOY ’16: Outliers, Experimentalists, and Psychedelic Voyagers

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Six Noises EOY ’16: Outliers, Experimentalists, and Psychedelic Voyagers

Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: New Zealand Noise

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Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: New Zealand Noise

Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Eccentrics and Experimentalists Part 2

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Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Eccentrics and Experimentalists Part 2

Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Eccentrics and Experimentalists Part 1

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Six Noises’ 2015 Extravaganza: Eccentrics and Experimentalists Part 1

End of the Alphabet Records: Updates and Favourites

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As promised, here’s my round-up of two brand new releases from End of the Alphabet Records. Plus a couple of my favourite releases from the label’s formidable roster of noise-makers.

Pekak! Indonesian Noise 1995​–2015: 20 Years of Experimental Music from Indonesia.

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Pekak! Indonesian Noise 1995​–2015 is a goldmine of gloriously grotesque and idiosyncratic delights drawn from across Indonesia’s maverick musical history.