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Industrial/Noise Music
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kontynent: Europa
kraj: Norwegia
opakowanie: plastikowe etui

Editor's info:
Jazkamer has always done something completely different on every album, on Timex (Rune Grammofon) they worked with subtle noise and electronics. On the next album "Rolex" (Smalltown) they were remixed by among others the two godfathers of noise music Sonic Youths Thurston Moore and Merzbow. On the third album they went in the total different direction and made and album of white noise. Note under the encyclopaedia definition of white noise that is "noises the human ear can't hear, but noises that are there, beneath, under and behind". And you almost couldn't hear anything of Pancakes, but playing it loud, the bass made the room almost move and even gave many listeners headache. Their most silent but also most frightening album. Jazkamer is always dealing with different kinds of noise and noise-music. On the fourth album "Metal Music Machine" the duo became a five piece band and they changed their name from Jazzkammer to Jazkamer (without any reason). The album was a homage to Lou Reeds groundbreaking "Metal Machine Music" album (Lou actually contacted the label to get a copy of the album that he had heard rumours about. We never heard back from him..). This time it was a different kind of noise, it was metal and it was Jazkamer's take on black-, grind- and death- metal. And it got universal praise and was among others voted as one of 2006 best "Underground Albums of The Year" by Mojo. So what is next we were thinking at Smalltown Superjazzz HQ? What will they come up with next time? And without any warning or explanation the new album arrives at the door. It has 58 tracks and is 17 minutes long! See tracklisting under. This time the Jazkamers has gone as far with rock and punk as humanly possible. We guess this is their homage to Japan's noisecore and their love for early Boredoms, Melt Banana, Hanatarash and Zeni Geva. But we don't know. Just listen for yourself.

Iver Sandoy
John Herge
Lasse Marhaug

wydano: 2008-06-03
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Smalltown Superjazzz (NO)
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