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Future Feedback
Avant-garde Jazz, Noise, Prog Rock
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1404 mb
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Future Feedback by APERIODIC, released 25 September 2012 1. The New West 2. Voided 3. Munich Structures 4. L'Ange Ex Terminateur 5. La Pena Vivir 6. Amalia's Regret 7. De-Realization Aperiodic’s sound is a meeting of Noise and Free Jazz with elements of No Wave, Musique Concrète, and Hardcore. In addition to standard western instruments they utilize world instruments such as gu qin, rudra veena, and surbahar to create freely improvised music. The end result is free, but not aimless

Find a Aperiodic - Future Feedback first pressing or reissue. Complete your Aperiodic collection. Aperiodic ‎– Future Feedback. Label: Phratry Records ‎– PTR35.

Play Future Feedback album songs MP3 by Aperiodic and download Future Feedback songs on Gaana. Released by Phratry Records Oct 2012 7 Tracks.

Aperiodic’s Future Feedback begins with New West, a slow growth of jingling bells and static that bumps found sounds up against R2D2-type electronic beeping. Banging, off-tempo jazz drums and distorted guitar all grow in intensity throughout the duration of the 4-minute track, and one could suspect that the remainder of Future Fedback will be comprised of hardly palatable instrumental wankery. In a sense, one would suspect right, but this type of music always took a special musical ear to appreciate. Prepare yourself for all of the guitar distortion, manipulated samples, and pummeling drums you can imagine. And while you’re at it, see the full post for a stream of The Jesus Lizard’s full-length from 1991, Goat.

Aperiodic - Voided 04:59. Aperiodic - L'Ange Ex-Terminateur 05:05. Aperiodic - Munich Structures 03:30. Aperiodic - Amalia's Regret 06:42. Future Past Tense - Rational Youth. Feedback from the Gutter: A Collection of Live Punk & Other Junk - Various Artists. Dash My Mind - The Cool Feedback Quartet.

Aperiodic began in 1997 when t Benjamin Perkins, guitarist Kevin Parrett, and percussionist Matt Schulz, who were feeling bored with the indie rock scenes of which they were a part in southern Ohio/northern Kentucky, decided to construct a form of music based on the discoveries of Cecil Taylor, The Velvet Underground, and John Coltrane (to name a few) –a sort of.

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The New West
Munich Structures
L'Ange Ex Terminator
La Pena Vivir
Amalia's Regret


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PTR35 Aperiodic Future Feedback ‎(12", inc) Phratry Records PTR35 US 2012
PTR35 Aperiodic Future Feedback ‎(CD, MiniAlbum) Phratry Records PTR35 US 2012