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Hoggle - The Entrance mp3 download


Tracklist

1 The Entrance

Credits

  • Noises – Joe the Stache

Notes

Inspired by the Jim Henson movie The Labyrinth, in an edition of 20 copies.
Hoggle  - The Entrance mp3 download
Performer: Hoggle
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Entrance
Released: 2012
Style: Harsh Noise Wall
MP3 version ZIP size: 1456 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1417 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 936
Other Formats: RA AC3 AUD FLAC AHX MP2 VOC

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Review from Musique Machine (by Roger Batty):“The Entrance” is the second slice of urgent billowing bound walled noise from this US HNW project, which themes all of it’s releases around 1986 Jim Henson family fantasy puppet/ live action movie The Labyrinth. Behind the project is Santa Fe US based Joe The Stache whose behind HNW/Harsh noise projects Pig Shrapnel & Extreme Chafing, and he also runs noise tape label Hair on My Food Tapes & RecordsThe release comes in the form of a CDR, and it offers up a single just shy of forty six minutes worth of active/ urgent walled noise. The track starts off with a sample from the film with Hoggle(a grumpy and obstinate dwarf that helps out the movies teen human heroine) character saying “you gets in there!”. Then we drop into the ‘wall’ which is an insistent mixture of billowing ‘n’ rushing bass ribbed noise, which is played over by a rapid skipping & juddering mid range noise textures. The track is very exhilarating, impelling & battering in its feel. It’s seemingly a fairly fixed slice of ‘wall-making’, but from time to time you get some slight textural shifting in the mid range noise tone.“The Entrance” is pretty similar in it’s tone make up & urgency to the first Hoggle release “Approaching The Labyrinth”, but it’s still managers to be another enjoyable fixed walled noise ride. Through maybe next time around Joe could alter the textural formal just a nudge, just to keep things interesting. Certainly this worth checking out if you dig moorish, fixed, battering ‘wall-making”.