Year:  2009
Country:  UK
Artist:  Janine Benecke
and Charles Lavenac
Label:  We Have No Zen!
Format:  CD
Tracks:  9
Time:  40 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:         Noise

Spanning 4 years of Blue Sabbath Black Fiji, the "Whnz:3:ehki" compilation is an introduction to the couple's freaky & upbeat noise, cosmic equation of guitars, screams and drum machines that should make your life appear slower than usual. I think nowadays the adjective "experimental" is used for anything else, everybody does something + "experimental" but really there are a little group of artists who sincerelly does something experimental. Into the noise scene I think "blue sabbath blak fiji" is a very clear example. They are 2 people who does an effort again and again to creat another abum totally different than anterior. In his web everybody can listen to all their albums and I think this is one of the best of them. Very noisy, yes, but full of changes, variabilties, textures, loops, samples, etc. Sometimes it sounds psychedelic, sometimes it sounds rhytmic noise... but always "experimental" and different. To mention that there are electronic percussions and drums in some tracks, but there is no rhytm. A very good work.
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