"Eduarde Vilde"
Year:  2016
Country:  US
City:  Chicago
Artist:  Patrick Doyle
Label:  Trashfuck
Format:  digital
Tracks:  1
Time:  28 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:        ambient noise

Originally this was a digital five tracks EP, which in 2016 was remixed and became in a one track 28 minutes album. Patrick Doyle usually record as REDSK, but has had a lot of b-side short-lived projects like this one name "Violence Cotton Drone". Under this name he has recorded quite releases in different formats, splits and tracks appeared only in compilations. The characterist of this b-side project is it doesn't sound extreme harsh noise like REDSK, but closer to ambient noise wall, drone noise or how Patrick called "harsh ambient". That's it.
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"anti-nazi noise assault"
Year:  2012
Country:  US
City:  Canada
Label:  Sirona
Format:  CD
Tracks:  7
Time:  52 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:        Noise       Drone

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"Back to the Buddha statue"
Year:  2007
Country:  US
City:  Chicago
Artist:  Patrick Doyle
Label:  Ala Jazz
Format:  net
Tracks:  20
Time:  50 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:           Harsh noise

Patrick Doyle is an american young kid doing what he likes: hardcore punk. It is very limited to call him a Musician, as it's very subjective to call him Crazy. Close to noise, hardcore, and all the names you can imagine derived of ominous sounds; his very prolific career have been showing and presenting him as a very enthusiastic music producer (directing and producing for his labels: "Non Quality Audio", "Trashfuck Net", "Nerdcore Michigan", "Piss Free Tapes" and recenty his newest label: "Fat Noise Records"). Back To The Buddha Statue came together after a short and brief discussion between Omar Alejandro and Patrick Doyle about his Porn Cover Artworks. They had in common the Mexican label Kiddieriot Records, in which Omar released a CD-R album as Mekedo Airono and he will release one with the name: Invasion Of Yellow Pokemon. The recording itself explores a very critical and eclectic way: hardcore sounds and the ominous glitch terror in a destructive body of work that it is easy to listen to it and far way difficult to really drawn into. And although it hits hard, the sound is far more intricate than what you might hear in the first listen.
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