Uma142 Atrax Morgue – Overcome LP in gatefold sleeve 24€

Atrax Morgue has been one of the very few names to inherit the sound and annihilating effect of the power electronics school of the early 1980s. He remains faithful to visceral (anti)sounds, no structural enrichment, no attempt to improve: the skeleton of nothing, the absolute point of no return, the representation of non-being, the apology of learning, the most total desert. Overcome comes out for the first time on vinyl by Slaughter Productions in 1999. A raw album that reflects the most total cancellation not only in theoretical purposes, but is also a global clean slate in repeated, obsessive, distorted, monolithic sounds ... Find out more here


Uma141 Atrax Morgue – Esthetik Of Corpse LP 21€

The sadistic industrial spurts of Atrax Morgue, are secretions of body fluids converted into noise stinging and nauseous and his work is an unhealthy, stinking container, with most depraved delusions that the human brain can give birth. The fourteen splinters of Esthetik Of A Corpse were recorded in spring 1995 and released on tape by Slaughter Productions. A quick overview of the 50 minute tape: harsh electronics, sounds from obsessions and visions, death as sex, madness, pleasure, orgasm, cadavers and plastic bags. Of course, the canvass is freshly skinned off the body of one of the victims, and Marco makes much use of ... Find out more here


Uma140 Atrax Morgue – Exterminate LP 21€

Exterminate, the most impressive and sinister album by Morgue first way - it is just the thirteenth work in his name, during his first three years of artistic production, returns to torture the eardrums and brains of who comes across with his industrial, claustrophobic and distressing nightmares at least as much as the "annual reports" signed by the loving Throbbing Gristle. It was recorded straight off on a hot July night in 1995. The cassette released the same year by Slaughter Productions contains three tracks based on typical analog drones. A three-phase escalation of alienating noisey madness, made of battered analog synthesizers ... Find out more here


Uma139 Atrax Morgue – Cut My Throat triple LP in wooden box    sold out

Cut My Throat is recorded straight off on in a day. We are in 1996. The first CD released by artist on Slaughter Productions contains two paths based on typical analog drones that characterize all the first production of Atraxt Morgue. The tracks on here are monolithic machines of industrial death that are portrayed in lovingly grating and rasping detail, with engines of soul rapine and pulsating contraptions eager to slice their way through soft flesh. This is a seminal power electronics masterpiece for this unforgotten cult artist! Find out more here
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Uma138 Masonna – All Live Recording At My Room LP 21€

Cascades of electronic noise, a psychedelic touch and vocal belching mixed together constitute the ingredients of Mademoiselle Anne Sanglante Ou Notre Nymphomanie Auréolé, the double-barreled name for Masonna. Maso Yamazaki founded his project in 1987, with a charismatic and glamorous personality who become a cult figure in “ Japanoise ” scene. Predating the era of digital domination, there was a time where artist-run labels putting out primarily, if not exclusively, tapes were legion: Toshiji Mikawa’s own Pariah Tapes, Masami Akita’s ZSF Produkt, Koji Tano’s MSBR Records, Hiroshi Hasegawa’s Endorphine Factory, Hiroshi Hashimoto’s SSSM ... Find out more here


Uma137 Merzbow – Dadarottenvator LP in wooden box   sold out

Merzbow stands as the most important artist in noise music. The moniker of Japanese artist Masami Akita was born in Tokyo in 1979. Inspired by dadaism and surrealism, Akita took the name for his project from German artist Kurt Schwitters's pre-war architectural assemblage The Cathedral of Erotic Misery or Merzbau. Just as Schwitters attacked the entrenched artistic traditions of his time with his revolutionary avant-garde collages, so too would Akita challenge the contemporary concept of what is called music. Merzbow would draw further influence from the futurist movement. Find out more here
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Ushi013 Atrax Morgue – Silver Box 9CD in silver wooden box 69€

Marco Corbelli's artistic journey began in the early 90's. Under the pseudonym of Marco Rotula, he started to release a series of fanzines in A5 format. The first was The pleasure agony, followed by Sick and Murders.The aesthetics of these first fanzines were very sophisticated and the content deals with topics that will follow Marco Corbelli throughout his artistic career: sadism, schizophrenia, insanity, murder, psychosis, necrophilia, diseases, and most importantly death. In 1993, heavily influenced by his obsessions, he began his musical activities creating the Slaughter Productions label and the Atrax Morgue project. Greatly inspired by Italian Power Electronics ... Find out more here


Ushi012 K2 – Burst After Burst: Early Recordings 1990-1996 6CD in blue wooden box 56€

K2 is the personal noise project by Kimihide Kusafuka, originally came onto the scene in 1981, in order to explore the possibility of noise. Along with Hijokaidan, Merzbow and Incapacitants is one of the most notorious and seminal Japanese noise artists. Widely known in the community as the king of metal junk his work consists in amazing assemblage of crashing, creaking, and scraping sounds made with pieces of junk metal plus concrete music and voice, edited in a jarring, unpredictable style and often accompanied by the sounds of MTR, Monotron and other analogue electronics. Find out more here


Uma136 Incapacitants – Project Pallo ’85 Triple LP in grey wooden box 69€

It’s a great moment for reissues of ambitious, historical gestures of the noise from Japan. One after the other, these artifacts have emerged from the shadows, entirely rewriting what so many of us thought we knew. Now, at long last, before us rest another piece in the puzzle - the first ever vinyl reissue of one of the most sought after artifacts from the 80s noise scene - Incapacitants' Project Pallo ‘85, originally issued in 1985 by Pariah Tapes, and now reemerging in a new fully remastered edition by Andrea Marutti. Few projects can claim the seminal importance of the Incapacitants on worldwide noise scene. Find out more here
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Uma135 Controlled Death – Ritualistic Mutilation in the Bloody Darkness Double LP in gatefold sleeve 29€

Controlled Death is the dark side project by the Japanese noise legend Maso Yamazaki a.k.a. Masonna. In April 2018 he decided to make a shudder debut with 1st album Symphony For The Black Murder then followed at the beginning of 2019 from 2nd work in an astonishing black wooden box that included Journey Through A Dead Body on vinyl and Deathwish Tapes 1-3 on cd and double tape. Now we’re thrilled to see yet another mind-boggling work on double LP recorded during this year, Ritualistic Mutilation in the Bloody Darkness. Wild and amazing, this one is absolutely essential for any fan of synth and dark ambient music. Find out more here
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Uma134 Atrax Morgue – Autoerotic Death 2 versions   sold out

Marco Corbelli’s artistic journey began in the early 90’s. Under the pseudonym of Marco Rotula, he started to release a series of fanzines in A5 format. The first was The pleasure agony, followed by Sick and Murders. The aesthetics of these first fanzines were very sophisticated and the content deals with topics that will follow Marco Corbelli throughout his artistic career: sadism, schizophrenia, insanity, murder, psychosis, necrophilia, diseases, and most importantly death. In 1993, heavily influenced by his obsessions, he began his musical activities creating the Slaughter Productions label and the Atrax Morgue project. Greatly inspired by Italian Power Electronics ... Find out more here
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Uma133 K2 – Hepatopolitika LP 21€

Kimihide Kusafuka came onto the scene in 1981, not long after its founding, intent on exploring the endless possibilities of noise. Working under the moniker K2, he rapidly became one of the most notorious and seminal Japanese artists working in the idiom, widely known in the community as the 'king of metal junk', creating work that built vast assemblages of crashing, creaking, and scraping sounds from pieces of junk metal, MTR, Monotron, and other analogue electronics, combined with elements of concrete music, and voice. Fascinatingly, Kusafuka has lived a kind of double life, working by day as a surgical pathologist and researcher ... Find out more here
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