Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tromba interview on M[M]

Musique Machine magazine from the UK just posted a brand new interview with me. First one under the Tromba name. Read it here

Monday, September 5, 2011

Thursday, July 7, 2011

"Ciclón" reviewed in Musique Machine UK

Just got word from Roger about this. To clarify, the artwork has nothing to do with the "concept" of the release. I'm not interested in Giallo or "dark" imagery to go with my sounds, so that explains the minimalism in my cover artwork.

Friday, April 29, 2011

TROMBA "Juracan" now available from me...

Rick from Enemata was nice enough to send me a bunch of copies of Tromba's "Juracán" 2xCDR release and I'm currently offering these through Sonora

Here's a nice pic (click to enlarge):

Get it here

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Tromba "Juracán"

Tromba "Juracán" 2xCDR

Two discs of heavy static harsh noise inspired by tropical storms/hurricanes and caribbean weather phenomenom. The music is spread over four long tracks, dynamic visual jags are intact. These are fiercely assembled waves of HN/HNW with abrupt shifts and stretches. Created by the man who is also known for his work as "Cornucopia", this is a monolith work of harsh noise achievement. It also marks the true return of my label Enemata Productions after battling mental illness and crisis for the past two years.format: locally duplicated and printed double cdr (on disc print) package in jewel case with b&w artwork.

Edition: 30 copies, not limited

$10 ppd. North America
$13 ppd. International

Friday, February 4, 2011

Tromba "Ciclón"

New release: "Ciclón" CDR
Limited to 10 copies. Hand painted CDR and hand-numbered cover.
Unika Editions
Sold Out

Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Infinity Project - Torrential

I have submitted a 54 minute track to The Infinity Project series which is upcoming from Sweet Solitude Records from the UK. This series will feature uniform artwork and the label has asked artists to offer their interpretations of what is usually called Ambient Harsh Noise Wall or Minimal HNW which exhibit's a different form or restraint than non-changing HNW. There will be various releases from artists such as Å, VARGRWULF and GLUTTONESS.

Ambient/Minimal HNW is a concept that I'd like to explore further. As it offers a way forward for the genre. The concept is not yet well defined, so it presents an exciting opportunity for debate and collective development of HNW as a genre. Likewise, VOMIR's interest in acoustic walls, developed without effects pedals and overdubbing, will probably open a door for others to explore wall making with unlikely sound sources.