RUIDO HORRIBLE: NEW RELEASES: 2014

rh089/RL01 Dave Phillips – At The Heart of It All (pro-cdr)

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CDR in 4-panel colour cardboard sleeve with a booklet containing photos by dp & a b/w text booklet.

Released by ruido horrible/mexico & ruidolatino/colombia on december 2013
edition of 300.

‘at the heart of it all’ contains sounds recorded in the Yasuni national park/Ecuador and tells the story of the Yasuni-ITT initiative.

During 5 days in chuallacocha (bordering on the Yasuni national park) dp records sounds of the hoatzin, long-nosed bat, black caiman, screaming piha, speckled chachalaca, red howler monkey, oropendola, white-throated toucan, macaw (to name but a few), treefrogs and riverfrogs at night, countless avians and legions of insects. All audio used for this release has been equalised and layered, other than that it has not been touched, no effects nor any other manipulations or sound-altering techniques have been implemented. This audio is arranged into two pieces, one with daytime sounds and one with night recordings. These recordings depict a rich and intense sonic world of an area maybe soon gone…

$14 ppd in the US, Canada, Mexico and Central America

$16 ppd elsewhere

rh074 Ratbag & MSMiroslaw – Live in Loophole C30

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A 30-minute set of ritualistic and ominous, heavily delayed dark electronics and guitar, captured live at Loophole in Berlin by these two artists. Ratbag is the solo project of Julian Percy, who has also played with Helaas and Last Dominion Lost, among others, while M.S. Miroslaw is an obscure Italian project, whose recent long playing debut has been regarded by the very Julian Cope a “sweet necessity”.

$11 ppd in the US, Canada, Mexico and Central America

$13 ppd elsewhere

rh058 PBK & Hal McGee – Hazard Identification System C60

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“Hazard Identification System” is the first collaborative release by long standing audio experimentalists PBK and Hal McGee; it registers McGee’s live processing of original PBK recordings while on a walk through the campus of the University of Florida. C60 of absorbing murky, lo-fi, wall-ish noise.

$11 ppd in the US, Canada, Mexico and Central America

$13 ppd elsewhere

STILL AVAILABLE:

rh074 Francisco López (y Jorge Reyes) – Tlaloc (CDr)

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Originally released in 1990, “Tláloc” features the long deleted collaboration between the famous Spanish sound explorer Francisco López and the late Mexican musician and ethnomusicologist Jorge Reyes. The result is a long, moody piece featuring Reyes on prehispanic instruments and López on heavy electronic ambience.

13 USD ppd in North and Central America
15 USD ppd elsewhere

rh088 Thirdorgan / Cacophonic Joy – Split

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In this split release, Japanese noise collage master Thirdorgan meets newcoming, intensely performative Mexican project Cacophonic Joy. Two long weird cut-up pieces by Thirdorgan intertwine with the blasting, out bursting vocal / electronics deliveries from CJ.

12 USD ppd in North and Central America
14 USD ppd elsewhere

rh040 Los Heraldos Negros – Ya de aquí tú te vas (CDr)

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“Ya de aquí tú te vas”—which can be roughly translated as “Now you shall be gone”—is the second album by los Heraldos Negros (The Black Heralds in English) and follow-up to his Bloodlust! debut, “Vivir Mejor” (2008). Over two years in the making, “Ya de aquí tú te vas” explores the topics of violence and the media, institutional and criminal terror campaigns enacted upon the inhabitants of Mexico, through processed stolen recordings, in addition to instrumental and vocal elements. This album features extended uses of synthesis, feedback, distortions, junk metal and complex cut-ups, while exploring a diversity of post-industrial styles. Guests Isidro Reyes (Bloodyminded) and Rodrigo Ambriz (Cacophonic Joy) contribute vocals and electronics.

12 USD ppd in North and Central America
14 USD ppd elsewhere

Campo de Inducciones (INFRACDR001) 

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Campo de Inducciones (INFRA TAPE001)

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We also have a few copies of the most recent physical releases of Guadalajara’s Arturo Ortega’s  A.M.P. Records/INFRA EDICIONES. This  is by Ortega’s project Campo de Inducciones, and include his habitual playful, yet complex, approach to electronics through circuit bending and instrument and process-tool manufacture. The contents of both formats is the same, except for a bonus tracks exclusive for the CDr version.

Some sounds can be heard at: https://soundcloud.com/rreplay

$11 ppd in the US, Canada, Mexico and Central America

$13 ppd elsewhere

SELECT RUIDO HORRIBLE TITLES CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED AT: ART INTO LIFE (JAPAN), HEART & CROSSBONE (ISRAEL) and FRAGMENT FACTORY (GERMANY).

NEXT: GROSS BITE/ALTERED BEASTS SPLIT C90, TICA proCDR, VULGAR DISEASE, INSEMINOID C90, MUTANT APE 3″cdr, FIORELLA16 boxset and more!