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Noise, harsh noise, power electronics etc. When you listen to this genre, what do you look for in a song? Why do you listen to noise music? Do you consider this genre actual music? When I listen to noise, I try to pinpoint different sounds and details, layers and more. The idea of noise music is nice, but I can't bear sitting through an album. I won't say it's not music, because that would be unfair to the artists, but I can't see the appeal of listening for small layers and noises in an abrasive wall of sound when there's lots of layered and complex music out there, minus the pain. Albums like Fennesz's Endless Summer is the only "noise" album I can consistently listen to (listen to the title track for an example). It is more than just noise, there is a real emotional message behind the tracks. Sissy Spaseck, or whoever you spell it) is not enough or me, I need something more.
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Artist Track Album Genre. Sarana Another Trip to the Empty Spac Split Noise, Drone. Orqan 24 10 Split Noise, Drone. The Free Music Archive, a KitSplit company, offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses. We also offer a very large repository of free birthday songs you can use in your projects.
Sonic Youth, Youth Against Fascism Iconic noise rockers Sonic Youth were never ones to shy away from controversial topics or political views throughout their storied career. Looking to take a swing at a variety of issues at once, their song Youth Against Fascism from 1992’s Dirty addresses the KKK, Nazis, sexism, racism, a war-thirsty presidential administration and more. The songs on their iconic 1979 album London Calling were rife with revolution and Clampdown serves as the universal middle finger wag for all disenchanted listeners to apply their own individual fights against the death of idealism. When Joe Strummer sings of his refusal to work for the clampdown, he does so in terms just vague enough for impassioned youths everywhere to find their own fight against their own clampdown in whatever form it manifests.