NEXT LIFE
Electric Violence

[Cock Rock Disco, www.cockrockdisco.com]

When genius strikes, it sometimes doubles up in thunder quantity. Such is the case with Next Life, a two piece out of Norway. Hai Nguyen Dinh and Tormod Christensen make music that is full of self-referential gobble. Are they making real death metal or are they messing with our brains and putting across computer mash-ups of what real metal is supposed to sound like? But wait, these two can actually play their instruments - guitars and synths. This means their live shows must really rock [check out the live video clip enclosed on this disc]. Most of the tracks on their debut "Electric Violence" run between a mere 19 seconds blurb to a longish 5 minute odyssey. This is the real deal. Not unlike the hardest, heaviest metal shit you remember from your long-hair days from the 80's, these two just keep pounding their stuff out. There's no disrespect shown for the true art-form that was once [and still is] metal. They're doing it for the kids of today who hunger for the perfect moment to raise their fists in the air and rock-out! Question is, are you really ready for Next Life?

- Tom Sekowski


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RECENZJE

+ Caliban - The Undying Darkness
+ Darzamat - Transkarpatia
+ John Zorn - '50 Anniversery Concert: Painkiller
+ Allen Ginsberg - New York Blues: Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs
+ Kenneth Patchen - Jazz in Canada
+ Sten Hanson - Text-Sound Gems & Trinkets
+ Ayuo - Aoi
+ Fushitsusha - Origin's Hesitation
+ Ms. John Soda - Notes And The Like
+ Readymade FC - Paradiso
+ Pulsarus - Digital Freejazz / Łoskot - Sun
+ Miwon - Pale Glitter
+ Maximum Joy - Unlimited 1979 - 1983
+ Water Lily - Dissdance / Lopazz/Bad Cop Bad Cop - Lasergun/Cube 1
+ Karol Schwarz All Stars - Greatest Hits
+ Jackson & His Computer Band - Smash
+ Isolee - Western Store
+ Johannes Heil - Freaks R Us
+ Dell - Flugel - Superstructure
+ Evan Parker Trio and Peter Brotzmann Trio - The Bishop's Move
+ Erast - Cyberpunk
+ Dictaphone - Vertigo II
+ Ed Davenport - Diminuendo
+ Creme De Menthe - The Impossibility Of Evolution In The Suburbs
+ Context Unrevelled
+ Banabila & Monoscope - Live Mix
+ Phillip Sollmann - Something Is Missing
+ Stereo Total - Discotheque
+ Miles Tilmann - Xenon
+ The Timeout Drawer - Alone

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+ MASSACRE - Killing Time / SKELETON CREW - The Country of Blinds / Learn to Talk
+ MICHEL DONEDA - L'Élémentaire Sonore / Solo Las Planques
+ EXPLODING CUSTOMER - Live at Tampere Jazz Happening
+ LEM - Put a Lem in Your Pocket / APARTMENT - Apantgarde / KIWAKO KANEDA - Mountainbook
+ MICHAEL McGOLDRICK - Wired
+ STEPHEN FLINN / NOAH PHILLIPS DUO AND TRIO WITH TIM PERKINS - Square Circle
+ MICATONE - Nomad Songs
>> NEXT LIFE - Electric Violence
+ DELL + FLUGEL - Superstructure
+ K.K. NULL / CHRIS WATSON / Z'EV - Number One
+ OREN MARSHALL - Introduction to the Story of Spedy Sponda, Part One: In a Silent Room
+ THANKSGIVING - Thanksgiving / MARATHON MEN - Blessings / ALESSANDRA ROMBOLA - Urueńa / CHESSIE - Dual Mode / ROBIN FOX & CLAYTON THOMAS - Substation / HAMMOCK - Kenotic / Stranded Under Endless Sky / VARIOUS ARTISTS - Boogybytes, Vol. 1 - Mixed by Kiki / TETSU INOUE - Yolo / DALE LLOYD - Semper / ANTHONY GUERRA / NISHIDE TAKEHIRO - Scopa Possibilities / YUKO NEXUS6 - Nexus6 Songbook
+ MIKE LADD - Negrophilia / Mike Ladd Presents Father Divine
+ SPACEMEN 3 - Forged Prescriptions / SPECTRUM - Refractions - Thru The Rhythms of Time: 1989-1997
+ STEVE LEHMAN - Demian as Posthuman
+ THE BEAUTIFUL NEW BORN CHILDREN - Hey People! / SONS AND DAUGHTERS - The Repulsion Box / FIRE ENGINES - Codex Teenage Premonition / ORANGE JUICE - The Glasgow School
+ ALVIN LUCIER - Anthony Burr / Charles Curtis
+ HOWE GELB - 'Sno Angel Like You / ARIZONA AMP AND ALTERNATOR - Arizona Amp and Alternator
+ JIMMY EDGAR - Color Strip
+ 3/4HadBeenEliminated - 3/4HadBeenEliminated / 3/4HadBeenEliminated - A Year of the Aural Gauge Operation
+ GINO ZARDO - Walking East
+ RICHARD CHARTIER - Tracing

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WYWIADY / RELACJE

+ Tajemnicza emocja - wywiad z Kostasem Georgakopulos [Progrram]