[New Release] Satanicpornocultshop "The Shipboard Gardener(neji-160)"

[new release]
Satanicpornocultshop "The Shipboard Gardener: music for Listening Room at UNYAZI Festival 2014 (neji-160)”
https://satanicpornocultshop.bandcamp.com/album/the-shipboard-gardener-music-for-listening-room-at-unyazi-festival-2014-neji-160 #bandcamp

Satanicpornocultshop showcased the works on the theme of "Pacific Rim" at UNYAZI Festival 2014, Johannesburg South Africa, 9–13 September.

南アフリカのヨハネスブルクで開かれる電子音楽祭「UNYAZI 2014」のリスニングルーム用にサウンドスケープ的なものを制作しました。開催に先立ちこれを9つのパートに再構築してBandcampでリリースしています。

produced by Satanicpornocultshop
art direction by ugh
Curator: Carl Stone

The Unyazi Electronic Music Festival 2014 take place in Johannesburg South Africa from September 9-13. Unyazi means ‘Lightning’ in the Zulu language. The previous festivals in 2005, 2008 and 2012 were extremely successful events involving participation by some of the most highly regarded international artists currently working in the field and also providing a platform for South Africa’s flourishing community of electronic composers. The festival features live electro-acoustic music, compositions for tape, improvisation, workshops, symposium elements comprising presentations/talks, lectures and lecture-demonstrations.

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[new release from neji]
Hanakuso Set by by AkumaDaikon & Klone7023
Live recordings, The homage to the cony plank.

live recordings by AkumaDaikon & Klone7023
art direction by ugh (Satanicpornocultshop)
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Atomic Bomb Compilation vol.2

[Release / Free Download]
Atomic Bomb Compilation vol.2

-The Japan Times-
"Crzkny unites artists against nuclear power"

Diverse compilation delivers a serious message about nuclear power BY PATRICK ST. MICHEL - THE JAPAN TIMES

"On American hip-hop outfit The Black-Eyed Peas 2005 song “Like That,” guest rapper Talib Kweli delivers the line, “My lyrics get out a split atom like Hiroshima and Nagasaki.” It’s intended as bluster, loosely connected to an earlier reference to sake, but feels weird — a terrible incident reduced to hype-up material.

Long-running Japanese experimental group Satanicpornocultshop highlights this absurdity on its contribution to “Atomic Bomb Compilation Vol. 2,” an album featuring electronic artists from across Japan contributing tracks about the “tragedy caused by abuse of nuclear energy.” The unit loop Kweli’s line, while vocal samples ask, “What are you talking about?” or flat out tell him to “Shut up,” as the triggered voice’s anger rises with each instance.”

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