Written-By, Producer – Speedranch And Jansky Noise. I listened to this stoned,what an experience!!. Too be honest it was a bit much on some tracks, but then others were very tranquil. Very head mash music. Between the madness of noise there are samples from TV audio, these bring you back to reality but for only a short while. Imagine playing this to the acid heads of 1967, 68.
With its succinct sleeve notes belying the benefits of turbulence, and the first few minutes of Janksy Noise Migrate more a schizophrenic perusing long wave with a radio missing an aerial than anything aurally describable, it is clear from the get go that the Noise boys have dialled in a particularly difficult sophomore listen from their Warrington sound bunker.
Indeed, when something discernible does emerge from the mist of white noise and distortion which dominates much of the album, it is clutched onto for dear life - these split seconds of clarity grabbed with the metaphorical white knuckles with which one would hold onto a buoyancy aid in the middle of a squally Atlantic.
By Speedranch^Jansky Noise. 1. Bru Two Brandy Afew Cuthbert Dribble Pub. 0:340:30. Listen to Mi^grate in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Listen to music from Speedranch^Jansky Noise like There Are Questions We Don't Even Know To Ask Of Yet. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Speedranch^Jansky Noise. Speedranch^Jansky Noise are a melting pot of creative energy and personalities. uk/ [email protected] Released: May 12, 2003. 2. Stringfellow Hawke A56-7w (classified).
Paul Richard aka Speedranch has been an extreme person experimenting with breaks, noise, illbient and sonics for well over a decade. Jansky Noise is 29 year old Andy MacGregor from Manchester. The name Jansky comes from his great grandfather the astronomer Karl Jansky who discovered radio waves and the sound of the planets. At the tender age of 13 Jansky Noise became a DJ in his hometown Manchester playing the techno circuit with household name DJs. He quickly realised that DJing was restrictive and being a minimalist moved onto the studio where he developed a more advanced aesthetic in which hundreds of digitally recorded instrumentals and performances could be combined in multiple layers.