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Old 07.30.2008, 10:56 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by atsonicpark
I don't really get excited by noise anymore, but I certainly like it a lot no matter what. Sound is sound.. you know.. if it's compelling, it's compelling. I think people debate too much about these things or get too involved with aesthetics or whatever. To put it more simply, I prefer a good melody over a cool noise, but both have prominent places in my heart. It's all about being interesting.

If there's been a way to build it, there will be one to destroy it.

afuckingmen. just listen to what you like kids! dig what you dig!

as for the free jazz as noise thing, free jazz can be very noisey, atonal, and extreme, and certyainly 60s free jazz was an influence on some noise, as a genre its stil pretty different. but if you listen to shit like brotzzman or kaoru abe, your ears are bound to get pretty blasted.
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