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NOHOME – “Three”

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Ripping and strangled improv noise rock destruction, spewed forth from the trio of Caspar Brötzmann, Marino Pliakas, and Michael Wertmüller. Trading places with his free-jazz dad legend/free jazz legend dad (FULL BLAST, Peter Brötzmann’s trio with the Swiss duo of Pliakas and Wertmüller is also quite ear smoldering), the son Brötzmann tears apart the landscape with his electric guitar. Apparently the trio was brought together for a museum show, the connection was felt, and here’s the resulting album. See, museum’s do look out for rock music (especially if it teeters on the brink of destruction and insanity). TROST unleashed this s/t THING that was put to tape live in Berlin earlier this year. EINSTURZENDE NEUBAUTEN’s FM Einheit guests on a couple tracks… have I said enough to make you want to pour this into your ears yet?? We have here the stream for the 12+ minute “Three”, a scalding noise riddled broken roller coaster of a track that climbs a hill early, and so you’re really able to understand and experience the landscape the rest of the way. This is about as dense as music made by a trio can be. Literally throbbing are the passages where the scuzz bass swells, slipping in behind the metallic clang and relentless jazz drumming. Awesome to hear Brötzmann communicating with devil inside his guitar once more. If you like this familiarize yourself with CASPAR BROTZMANN MASSAKER, the man’s trio that released a small pile of records throughout the 90s, and that will apparently pass along another noisy recording before too long.

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