Tuesday, June 9, 2009

V/A-ALPHABETICAL UPLOADS OF WHACKED OUT SINGLES PT. 14





INRYOU FUEN-DAKYOSEZU, FLEXI, 198?, JAPAN
Maddeningly (almost autistically) bloody minded dirge repetition from this lost-to-time Japanese outfit released by Cragale records and, like the rest of that label's vast discography, documenting the sub-underground scene that sprang from the environs of the Minor club (Fushitsusha, Kousokuya, Maher Shalal Hash Baz et.al.)) in the early 80's; the thud trudge here unexpectedly blossoming into electronically tweaked splatter and hectoring lip flap for the final one third.






INRYOU FUEN-SHINA SHINA, 198?, JAPAN
More peculiar machinations from this above mentioned crew, here splaying out into a more psych-as-psych-qua-psych (albeit distended and discombobulated) formulation on the A side and doing a sorta
all-knees-and-elbows Elliott Sharp-like scrabble/scratch post-No-Wave thing across the flip.




INZUCHT & ORDNUNG-IRRENANSTALT/AUSSICHTSLOS, 1980, GERMANY
Prototypically tensile and anxiety plagued Neue Deutsche Welle girning and churning on the legendary Zickzack label. Almost texbook stuff from the more punk with a capital "P" dimension of the scene and certainly fun enough for what it is, if a mite more rock basic than what you'll usually find me posting.




ISAN/PHONOPHANI-S/T-SPLIT 7", U.K./NORWAY-2002
Lovely (if not lovingly pressed) split between two formidable movers on the abstract electronica circuit; Isan doling out a beatific swath of their patented pastel shaded post-Sky Records thing to lovely effect and Phonophani (aka Esper Sommer Eide, one half of seminal Rune Gramofon recording artists Alog) responding with a beautifully blanketing fathoms-deep harmonic blur of striated tones.






KEMIALLISET YSTAVAT-ULTRA, 2005, FINLAND
Ultra documents these cornerstone merchants of the Finish communal freak folk continuum at the very peak of their third-mind psych improv powers and coming off a bit on this occasion like an ergot poisoned Vibracathedral Orchestra.




KINO TONE-GET OFF MY BACK/LACUNA~LIMBO, 198?, NETHERLANDS
Jauntily eccentric early 80's post punk art pop from this exceedingly obscure Dutch unit that would have fit like a charm in the Cherry Red stable.




KJERTL DEL BRONDO GROUP-S.T. EP, 199?, NORWAY
Screwy and unpredictable art rock-into-garage-punk oddness from this Byron Coley-approved Norwegian outfit featuring one Sindre Bjerga who'd hereafter go on to generate a vast discography of improvised strangeness as part of the Bjerga/Iverson duo.



ANDREW KLIMEK-AFTERBATHINGINTURPENTINE, 1979, USA
Wonderfully damaged sounding post punk experimental rock in a disjunctive Beefheart-by-way-of-Tin-Huey stylee from this Cleveland underground scenester. Andrew was the brother of Styrenes/Mirrors member Jamie Klimek and a member of Anton Fier's pre-Pere Ubu/Golden Palominos unit Ex-Blank-Ex, but the reemergence of this sick treasure should hopefully insure some notoriety for him in his own right.

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24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for #14 in the series. There's no artists beginning with a J, though? Just curious.

eledi said...

Hey, nice. I've had an Inryo Fuen CDr for a while now, always wondered if I'd get to hear any of their other works.

Anonymous said...

Yes finally! I was starting to go into whack out withdrawal. Thanks

Anonymous said...

yay Cleveland!
thanks.

Anonymous said...

No 14 is among my favorites!

Nice one!

Eisai megalos!!!

icastico said...

I know you don't need an a, but you might like this one.

http://penmallet.blogspot.com/2009/06/aboombong-ambientrance-dub-dozen.html

Zsolt said...

Hello dear Mutant Sounds!

I'm wondering if anyone here, including the readers and the writer of this blog have ever hear about Nick Nicely and his music?
He is a british musician, an artist of the british neo psychedelia. I think his music is magnificent, gives a bit "mutantish" trippy feeling, but it doesn't lack melodies, so in my opinion he is a worthy successor of the 60's psychedelic music, for example of the Beatles in the "Magical Mystery"-era.
Unfortunately, Nick has only one LP, its title is "Psychotropia".

It is possible, if there are anyone, who have this recording, to upload this unique album?

Here's a little foretaste of Nick Nicely's music:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qydYO9QUchg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptubYdiO6aA

http://www.myspace.com/nicknicely

...So can anyone help me/us to find the Psychotropia?

Jakob von Gunten said...

Thanks for this. Vol.14 is really nice. I love the Isan stuff a lot.

JvG

http://dreams-dxt.blogspot.com/ said...

den uparxei to no.14!

dj explain said...

What a wicked collection of oddness! Many thanks for opening my ears to this stuff.....FANTASTIC!

cokane said...

dear mutant sounds,
your blog is really amazing. i am only halfway through with browsing and i am continually blown away. you are like the music library of kongress or something. and well, since i am here, maybe you could find the fish eye lens live lp on nasoni records? i´ve been looking for that one since a while.

jay steichmann said...

Thank the cosmos that people like you are keeping this music alive and reverberating!

deconstructo said...

wonderful amazing, thank you for this!

Anonymous said...

I know this doesn't really belong here, but since everyone here has experience with downloading such great music, I;ve bene looking around and I have had trouble getting albums separated into parts to be extracted right. I'm using jZip and have looked around everywhere on how to do this, but never found out how. Please help

Thomas Kyhn said...

Thanks for this one! Kemialliset Ystavat are amazing!

ELOHIM said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/246387253/Nick_Nicely_-_Psychotropia__2004_.zip.html

lee said...

extractnow never ever fails me. small efficient and quick.

Hey folks . It seems badongo megaupload and zshare are all weirded out. i disabled ny flashblock, noscript and adblock and still dont see captchas or download links. rapidshare is fine though. is it just me?
Thank you Thank you Thank you Mutants. you are wonderful. so grateful am i.

Zsolt said...

Thank you, ELOHIM! You're great!!

http://www.funpic.hu/swf/thks.html

:)

m said...

Kino Tone is the label. The band (cut out of the cover!) was Prima Boys:

http://www.discogs.com/Prima-Boys-Get-Off-My-Back-LacunaLimbo/release/1354867

That answers your date question too: 1983.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for another off-topic comment... but ELOHIM or Zsolt (or anyone!) could you please re-upload Nick Nicely Psychotropia compilation??? Thanks in advance!

Claudio said...

Hi Mutant Sounds!

I'm wondering if anyone here, including the readers and the writer of this blog could re-upload Nick Nicely 'Psychotropia' since link above is dead?

Thanks in advance!

Zsolt said...

Hello Claudio!

Tell me an email-address, and we can make a "business" :)

Claudio said...
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Anonymous said...

Hi there, very much looking for the Inryou Fuen stuff, does anybody have it still?

My email is tabuks93 at gmail.com