The Weight Of Insignificance

by Marax

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"The Weight of Insignificance"
Muchausen Sound 24

Tracks:
1. Bleeding The Color Of Nothingness 49:08
2. The Nothingness Continuum 49:08

Total Length: 1:38:15

The Weight of Insignificance is a 2 disc release based upon 2 different styles perspective on 1 sound source. The original sound source is the hiss and light static from a wah pedal. The first disc is a slightly treated minimalist style. The second disc is a more densely layered Death Industrial approach, still incorporating the original sound source.

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released November 11, 2011

C. Reider
www.vuzhmusic.com/blog/2011/12/03/now-playing-netlabels-ii/

The normally screamin’ noise monster Marax takes an ultra minimal approach with this release, exploring the self-noise of a wah pedal. A droning, low-frequency oscillation with a mild static wash.

This reminds me, of course, of Nurse With Wound’s “Soliloquy for Lilith”, in which Steven Stapleton found that waving his hands around a certain effects set-up caused a seemingly magic sound response, creating an accidental, playable instrument.

The second track is the same source material as the first, taken in a more post-production / effected direction.

Both tracks are fascinating and yet extremely minimal.

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Marax Carrollton, Georgia

Marax began in the summer of 1998. After a year of experimenting with sounds, field recordings & manipulated electronics, had accumulated enough material for a release, which became " Feel Free..." Over the years the transition of Marax's sound has been varied, ranging from Harsh Electronics to Dark Ambience; Power Electronics to Lo-Fi and continuing to flow between styles from release to release. ... more

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