Demo Electronics, Noise Howler Howler is a project from Sören Jensen (DJ at Plasticity and Phobia, Gothenburg). Howler started during the spring 2003 and have been heard at the Gothenburg clubs now and then ever since. Like Sören himself say, the music isn't perfect. And that's kind of nice because a lot of the noise material out there gives a perfect noise. I think the music would work on a dance floor, at least some of the tracks that have steady beat with drums and other sounds. The music reminds me of the cyber-techno I've heard at Slimelight (Club in London). It's the kind of music that are played the last hour when it's only E-eating people left on the dance floor. But that's the way it should sound. When I listen to the tracks it's a special sound that I'm stuck with all the time. It sounds quite like a leaking steam machine. I would like to hear more of that sound, or maybe make a song built on it. My favourites are "Operation Thetan" and "More Than You Can Handle". With a little fix I think this could be something to stomp to at the club floors all over the country. If not the last song "100% Orgasm Free" suits very well as game music, maybe "Alien VS Predator". I give this demo 8 of 10 steam driven duck pressers. This demo review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
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Howler - Demo

8.0
"Great"
Demo released 2003
Howler is a project from Sören Jensen (DJ at Plasticity and Phobia, Gothenburg). Howler started during the spring 2003 and have been heard at the Gothenburg clubs now and then ever since.

Like Sören himself say, the music isn't perfect. And that's kind of nice because a lot of the noise material out there gives a perfect noise. I think the music would work on a dance floor, at least some of the tracks that have steady beat with drums and other sounds. The music reminds me of the cyber-techno I've heard at Slimelight (Club in London). It's the kind of music that are played the last hour when it's only E-eating people left on the dance floor. But that's the way it should sound.

When I listen to the tracks it's a special sound that I'm stuck with all the time. It sounds quite like a leaking steam machine. I would like to hear more of that sound, or maybe make a song built on it.

My favourites are "Operation Thetan" and "More Than You Can Handle". With a little fix I think this could be something to stomp to at the club floors all over the country. If not the last song "100% Orgasm Free" suits very well as game music, maybe "Alien VS Predator".

I give this demo 8 of 10 steam driven duck pressers.

This demo review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

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