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Compactor - Desensitization Reprocessing download mp3 album
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Album:
Desensitization Reprocessing
Style:
Industrial, Noise, Glitch
Released:
2012
FLAC vers. size:
1432 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1393 mb
WMA vers. size:
1660 mb
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4.9 ★
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676

DESENSITIZATION REPROCESSING by COMPACTOR, released 18 October 2012 1. LACERATIONS 2. BATTERED 3. MULTIPLE FRACTURES 4. VICTIM 5. SUPPRESSION 6. BLEEDING OUT 6 tracks, 32 minutes of broken beats and noise bursts. Attack" side is rhythmic noise made from overloaded chunks of chewed-up, spit-out DnB, IDM, and Dubstep (sounding nothing like those).

Intense, glitchy, harsh and violent, Compactor will be sure to crumble anything in its path

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Which is fine! These are valid genres, but I feel like this tape is being marketed improperly. Rather than the structure being developed by the form, I feel like Compactor is allowing their form to be dictated by structure. Alright, so major complaints out-of-the-way regarding identity, identification, there are some good parts to Desensitization Reprocessing that really draw the listener into the track. There is a noticeable attention to detail in the production quality and mixing work that gives this release some depth in what could have otherwise been a relatively shallow project.

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Tracklist

A1 Lacerations 4:50
A2 Battered 4:11
A3 Multiple Fractures 4:44
B1 Victim 4:25
B2 Suppression 4:59
B3 Bleeding Out 5:07

Notes

Limited to 100 copies.


  • zzzachibis
Compactor is an industrial glitchy project from Derek Rush. There’s not really any other way to describe it. The artist’s moniker makes sense; just as a garbage compactor has its own sense of rhythm during the motions of its machinery, so too does Desensitization Reprocessing. It’s a tape full of heavy beats that are noises and static repackaged into useful, surprising textures.There are six tracks on this 30-minute cassette, split up into Side Attack and Side Recoil. The first two tracks are surprisingly upbeat; they utilize heavy bass and really pumping rhythms, alternately adding some sounds like the small amounts of feedback chatter on “Battered” or beeps. For the most part, these tracks are looped without much change to the overall sound – the same beats will likely be heard throughout the track, though the counterparts within will shift or even drop out. It’s a pattern that works well for Compactor, and “Multiple Fractures” on side Attack shows that Compactor can also slow his rhythms down without losing any of the power.And that starts to signal a move into the more restrained territory for side Recoil. “Victims” has a thudding bass line but is mostly driven by a shuddering, chirruping background along with the drone of a distant freeway. And “Suppression” chugs along at such a slow clip that it feels on a completely different plain from the chaos of Side Attack’s “Lacerations”. The final track “Bleeding Out” features a repetitive loop of dripping water along with a squeaky bass beat – that’s how I’d describe it, anyway – and the creepy intercutting of static that sounds like a harsh whisper.The first half is certainly the more entertaining one, because Compactor kills it with huge beats and perfect progression. The second side is more experimental, and the energy level is diminished. But it makes sense for the tape – first the Attack, then the Recoil, until the final track ends with a depletion of the high octane energy we started with.From MemoryWaveTransmission.wordpress.com