Ah, the 60th Nomad. In this episode, we have a selection of heavy bass stupidity stunningly crafted by Kane and Bernie. ….well, perhaps not stunningly as we actually had to do some mixing ourselves, with ears (oh, the humanity), but there’s good tunes aplenty all the same. So good in fact, that the picture opposite is what happens to your chairs when you listen to this. Yes, so good your ACTUAL FURNITURE starts skanking. Anyway, lock up your small pets and place ear protection on your children, for it is time for Ultimate Bangers Volume 666!
An eclectic mix of contrasting sounds, from Noise Rock to surrealistic Folk and back again, via electronic gut wobblers and Frank Sidebottom. We’re on a new server now btw. It’s to make way for the increasingly large amount of MP3 here, so if you notice anything weird happening, please post in the comments. As always, enjoy!
Improvised Noise / Sound Art mentalists Blood Moon take to the stage at NoRave. I think this is the first live set by a proper band on Nomad. A “proper band” as in “with guitars and drums”, not just wigging out behind a laptop, frantically tapping the mouse button. Jolly good. It sounds like Frank Zappa with drug induced psychosis. Who wouldn’t want to hear that? Fucking Brilliant!
Blood Moon are the sporty little twosome of Graham and Lou. Graham also makes nasty dubstep and eletronics, while Lou is a photography and fine art graduate with a penchant for avant-garde knitting. She can knit you a new set of internal organs, you know.