Daint Recordings

This type of music tends to challenge the distinction that is made in conventional musical practices between musical and non-musical sound.
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Daint Recordings

Post by Rubby » Tue Jul 07, 2020 2:45 pm

why yes, i DID start an account just to post my label. Honesty should count for something.
Daint Recordings first 3 releases out now:

Iasosist "Passing Storms- A nature themed mix of field recordings and noise. Cassette
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Caustic Vigilance "Demo"- vicious PE about battling mental illness. pro CDR , almost gone but will be reissued on groups forthcoming full length
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Mangrum "Jim Dandy to the Rescue"- harsh noise made exclusively with washboard. cassette
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https://daintrecordings.bandcamp.com/
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Re: Daint Recordings

Post by RUBBISH » Fri Jul 17, 2020 1:44 am

the jim dandy thing is..fucked up I like it.

Caustic Vigilance is good...I like the length of the tracks. I hope you stick to that.

There needs to be more noise and PE tracks that are under 3 minutes.
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Post by The Mysterious Creep » Fri Jul 17, 2020 3:21 pm

Seconding Caustic Vigilance, I like that short burst PE style. Definitely preferred it to the last short PE release I listened to.

Mangrum's "ignorant-ass harsh noise" was pretty good from a conceptual standpoint, but the execution was a bit underwhelming. Too mushy and indistinct, needs to get more abrasive if it's going to remain so monochromatic. But the washboard does seem like a good noise instrument.

I'll definitely watch out for future Daint releases.
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Post by Rubby » Fri Jul 17, 2020 8:09 pm

Thank you guys for listening! I am one of the people in Caustic Vigilance and I'm thrilled that you noticed the lengths. We want the lyrics to say what they have to say, the sound helps twist the knife so to speak, then get out. I hate looking at a power electronics album and seeing a paragraph of lyrics at most, and then "it's six tracks? And they're 8 minutes each? Uuuhhh" Thanks again.
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Re: Daint Recordings

Post by Rubby » Fri Jul 31, 2020 11:45 am

New releases out now:

Iasosist- "Clear"
Rough, erratic noise made entirely with water.
Aube tribute, Aube ripoff, or just plain unoriginal idea...YOU DECIDE! 3" cdr in dvd case with handwritten packaging.
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Mangrum- "O'Shea"
Cut up vocal samples in tribute to who this ignoramus firmly believes is the greatest MC of all time. 3" cdr for trade or free with orders only. Extensive liner notes at the bandcamp.
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https://daintrecordings.bandcamp.com/
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