Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Cosmic Coincidence / Junk Sick Split 12" Lathe.
Cosmic Coincidence is the moniker under which Hiroshi Hasegawa has recently reformed his essential unit, C.C.C.C. They should need no introduction as one of the best harsh noise groups of all-time. Their late 80’s/early 90’s releases range from industrial to their later trademark psychedelic noise. ‘Apocalyptic Birdsong’ falls into the latter category and takes the sound to its astral conclusion. These are the first new C.C.C.C. studio recordings to be released in more than a decade.
Junk Sick is a duo comprised of two punk shitkickers from Melbourne, Australia. Taking influence from late 80’s/early 90’s Japanese noise, their two tracks here are a lo-fi assault of electronics, analogue synth, tapes and junk.
12” lathe-cut by Peter King, limited to 50 copies. $20 AUD + postage.
NB: due to being lathe-cuts, the record must be played LOUD for intended effect.
All copies come with access to download the tracks.