AUBE / FUMIO KOSAKAI / MONDE BRUITS / KATSUMI SUGAHARA

Aube / Katsumi / Kosakai / Monde Bruits

(Japan Overseas) Used CD $14.00

From the late 1990s, when some Japanese noisemakers were taking a turn at ambience. This untitled comp sprawls toward the deeply droning side of the kosmische found on early Cluster and Klaus Schulze records.

AUBE

Cerebral Disturbance

(Anomalous) Used LP picture disc $25.00

Three pieces of harsh, piercing noise from 1998 using the sounds of brain waves / electroencephalogram as source material. Two-color silk-screen on both sides of outer bag. Edition of 625

AUBE / MAURIZIO BIANCHI

Junkyo

(Noctovision - NCVCD11) CD $7.00 (Out-of-stock)

Four long tracks of drowsy noise ambiance from 2005 by MB (piano and feedback) and Akifumi Nakajima (electronics).

AUBE / COCK E.S.P.

Maschinenwerk

(Charnel Music) Used CD $10.00

Powerful machine-noise sounds from 1996 supplied by Cock ESP and de-composed by Aube. Letterpress jacket. Edition of 1000.

AUBE / RLW

Organized

(Meeuw Muzak) Used 10-inch $12.00

RLW used recordings of an electronic organ and a ringing bell both played by Akifumi Nakajima. Aube used recordings of a church organ made by Ralf Wehowsky. Red vinyl from the mid-’90s. Edition of 300

AUBE

Pulse Resonator

(Praxis Dr. Bearmann) Used LP + 7-inch $35.00

Coherent VCO recordings from 1995. “Highly electric and often piercing sound,” says Freak Animal, “but not very ripping like loudest of the noise. More ‘artistic’ with perfection on capturing the sonic qualities.” Red twelve-inch vinyl. Clear seven-inch vinyl. With obi. Numbered edition of 275.

AUBE

Sensorial Inducement

(Alien8) Used LP $15.00

Akifumi Nakajima uses one monophonic analog synthesizer, a Roland SH-2, which allows hints of very abstract techno, but is at times most prominently reminiscent of Alien Bog-era Oliveros or David Kristian’s Cricklewood.

AUBE

Spiral Tricle Distillation

(Rund Und Dem Watzmann) Used LP picture disc $18.00

Composed, mixed, and recorded at Studio Mecca, Kyoto, Nov. ’95 – Jan ’96 using only the sound of water as source material. Silkscreened plastic sleeve

AUBE

Squash

(Chocolate Monk - choc.047) Cassette $75.00

Composed, mixed, recorded, and designed at Studio Mecca, Kyoto 1995, using only a can as source material. Packaged in a squashed can with two sets of nuts and bolts holding the package together. Inside the package is a paper strip insert. Hand-numbered edition of 100. C46 Includes a complimentary copy of Sound on Sound LP by Loop Circuit, Nakajima's mid-90s collaboration with Dub Murashita