Paik / Satin Black
Album: Satin Black   Collection:General
Artist:Paik   Added:Aug 2004
Label:Strange Attractors Audio  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-11-15 Pull Date: 2005-01-17
Week Ending: Jan 16 Dec 12 Dec 5 Nov 28 Nov 21
Airplays: 1 1 1 2 4

Recent Airplay
1. May 07, 2009: orangeasm
Jayne Field
4. Dec 08, 2004: Brownian Motion
Jayne Field
2. Oct 17, 2007: growing up
Dirt for Driver
5. Dec 01, 2004: Brownian Motion
Satin Black
3. Jan 15, 2005: On The Warpath
Stallar Meltdown En El Ocean
6. Nov 27, 2004: On The Warpath
Stallar Meltdown En El Ocean

Album Review
Reviewed 2004-11-03
Guitar-bass-drum trio creating dark walls of distortion, feedback and noise. The soundscape is blacker then John Ashcroft's nightmares. Hell, it's even darker than his dreams! No lyrics here, only loudness. Drums in most tracks are hit hard on every single beat (in other words: this kind of falls into the Rock genre). Guitar/bass exploring, evolving and exploding simultaneously. Spacegazing galore! Start with 1, 5.

1. [7:23] * Like a big wall clock that gets ready for the apocalypse. And then it comes! Cymbals whacked, building intensity and craziness. *
2. [9:07] A saw? A bow? Whatever they use to make that sound, it's disturbing and cool.
3. [14:57] Maybe the loudest, noisiest of the tracks. And that's saying something.
4. [11:01] Accompanied by some shrieking sound. Slower, heavier, still dark.
5. [14:51] Drony-er ,lots of feedback loops, subdued percussion. Some sound bytes overlaid (is it an opening door?). Then what sounds like very basic piano training. Chirping ends the track.

Track Listing
1. Jayne Field   3. Satin Black
2. Dirt for Driver   4. Dizzy Stars
  5. Stallar Meltdown En El Ocean