Another Enough Chairs - Bring That Voice To The State
Experimental It's In the water. Folk/Noise hybrids have to have insane names. Take Dead Raven Choir / Wolfmanger. Brighton's Another Enough Chairs decides not only to carry on this virtue, but to take it one step further.

Let's not even start on the project name. How can one have another and enough? Is this the tribute EP to a sufferer of that disease in which the victim can't make his mind up? Is this in fact music for arranging a wedding, in which no one knows how many guests are there, and cannot decide on seating? Maybe the sultry and acetate undertones will reveal all.

Three tracks of untitled mayhem. Shortest track is seven minutes. Fuck Dead Raven Choir though, this is actually enjoyable - and you're talking to a critic of the "genre".

Track 1 starts off sounding like the bastard son of Skullflower, Coil, and Throbbing Gristle, but with... Wind Chimes! Remember those classic distorted guitars, droning sludge riffs, and feeling of ultra mindfuckery that you got, the first time you listened to "Orange Canyon Mind"?.

They're here too - a wonderful explosion of experimental debauchery. Totally unable to find any of the "Folk" elements to this - maybe they're buried under the mountain of not enough but way too fucking many chairs.

Track 2 starts off down the same road, before we get - Drums...and what sounds like someone Sodomizing a Banjo, and a weird injection of Tambourine and random other noises. I guess this is where the "Folk" element makes its appearance. Actually quite a riveting listen - sudden loud blasts of Harmonica make this a memorable track. I certainly haven't ever heard anything like this, and I doubt I ever, ever will. Some nice incoherent vocals attack us towards the end of this barrage of noise, for noise's sake. Naturally. Try playing one of Death in June's recent tracks backwards, at half the usual tempo, and listening to Burning Witch in the background, Might well sound just like this.

Anyway, better move on to track 3. I need Ethanol. Valium. Laudanum. Innocent, sober Ears and Brains cannot suffer this. This final effort is 13 minutes of explosive decay. "Bring that Voice to the State"? I think that voice would face the death sentence.

A fascinating chaotic aural rant, unlike anything you will ever hear. Impossible to call it good due to the nature of it, but it's definitely eye-opening and impressive.Recommended to everyone who just wants to hate, scream, or be fucked out of their minds. Try it. Perhaps the more intellectual, thinking mans version of "Rage against the Machine".
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Brutal Resonance

Another Enough Chairs - Bring That Voice To The State

2.5
"Worthless"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2006 by Dead Sea Liner
It's In the water. Folk/Noise hybrids have to have insane names. Take Dead Raven Choir / Wolfmanger. Brighton's Another Enough Chairs decides not only to carry on this virtue, but to take it one step further.

Let's not even start on the project name. How can one have another and enough? Is this the tribute EP to a sufferer of that disease in which the victim can't make his mind up? Is this in fact music for arranging a wedding, in which no one knows how many guests are there, and cannot decide on seating? Maybe the sultry and acetate undertones will reveal all.

Three tracks of untitled mayhem. Shortest track is seven minutes. Fuck Dead Raven Choir though, this is actually enjoyable - and you're talking to a critic of the "genre".

Track 1 starts off sounding like the bastard son of Skullflower, Coil, and Throbbing Gristle, but with... Wind Chimes! Remember those classic distorted guitars, droning sludge riffs, and feeling of ultra mindfuckery that you got, the first time you listened to "Orange Canyon Mind"?.

They're here too - a wonderful explosion of experimental debauchery. Totally unable to find any of the "Folk" elements to this - maybe they're buried under the mountain of not enough but way too fucking many chairs.

Track 2 starts off down the same road, before we get - Drums...and what sounds like someone Sodomizing a Banjo, and a weird injection of Tambourine and random other noises. I guess this is where the "Folk" element makes its appearance. Actually quite a riveting listen - sudden loud blasts of Harmonica make this a memorable track. I certainly haven't ever heard anything like this, and I doubt I ever, ever will. Some nice incoherent vocals attack us towards the end of this barrage of noise, for noise's sake. Naturally. Try playing one of Death in June's recent tracks backwards, at half the usual tempo, and listening to Burning Witch in the background, Might well sound just like this.

Anyway, better move on to track 3. I need Ethanol. Valium. Laudanum. Innocent, sober Ears and Brains cannot suffer this. This final effort is 13 minutes of explosive decay. "Bring that Voice to the State"? I think that voice would face the death sentence.

A fascinating chaotic aural rant, unlike anything you will ever hear. Impossible to call it good due to the nature of it, but it's definitely eye-opening and impressive.Recommended to everyone who just wants to hate, scream, or be fucked out of their minds. Try it. Perhaps the more intellectual, thinking mans version of "Rage against the Machine".
Oct 30 2006

Nick Quarm

info@brutalresonance.com
Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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