Mubles / Grassa Dato - Oh Pequeño Muble / Los Que Habitan En La Oscuridad


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Mubles / Grassa Dato
Oh Pequeño Muble / Los Que Habitan En La Oscuridad
Label: Truco Espárrago
Format: Cassette, Album, Limited Edition
Country: Spain
Released: 25 Apr 2012
Style: Industrial, Noise, Experimental

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"Toilets in modern water closets rise up from the floor like water lilies. The architect does all he can to make the body forget how paltry it is, and to make man ignore what happens to his intestinal wastes after the water from the tank flushes them down the drain. Even though the sewer pipelines reach far into our houses with their tentacles, they are carefully hidden from view, and we are happily ignorant of the invisible Venice of shit underlying our bathrooms, bedrooms, dance halls, and parliaments". This was said by Milan Kundera in his transcendental novel "The unbearable lightness of being". While some people live denying shit, darkness and rottenness, there are other creatures that are directly fed by spoils and filth, like the carps of the Nervion river.
From there, or better said, from Bilbao, they proceed Mubles, a band formed in February 2008 by members with such an experimental background like Terri Florido (Kakofunk), Mikel (Xedh, Valvula Antirretorno, Baba Llaga), Álvaro Matilla (“3lp3rr0v3rd3", KRPNTRS), Carlos Valverde (Ravenofthybleakskyes) and Loty Negarti. The group works in its recordings and live actions with free improvisation, bringing danger and brutality back to experimental music. "Oh Pequeño Muble" is a psychologically intense, fragile, and unpleasant track, a descent to the sewers of soul, with the special prominent dada verses of Álvaro Matilla, that uncomfortably move between taboo and ridicule.
The working rhythm of Grassa Data it’s simply prodigious. He closed year 2011 with a balance of dozens of releases in labels from all over the world, and it seems that in 2012 this Madrid resident does not intend to slow down this rhythm. Nevertheless, its characteristic abrasive sound, with creaky shrieks and satured masterizing, has not remained impassive, and has mutated constantly through noise, power electronics and psychedelic electronics. His proposal has incorporated new resources and atmospheres. "Los que habitan en la oscuridad" is the most industrial track in the discography of Grassa Data. Its masses of creaky and dense noise are mixed with rhythms and loops, feedback reverbered in hallucinogenic spaces and suffocating atmospheres of dark and violent shades. The concept is simple and terrific: "Kill Kill Kill Kill Kill Kill…".

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