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Prurient does doom techno. Yes. F**king. Please, master. 'Through The Window' is an addendum to Dominick Fernow's acclaimed 'Bermuda Triangle' & 'Times Arrow' LPs and his most sincere, powerful nod to dark European techno traditions. It's a masterful consolidation of black, gothic noise emotion and dancefloor gratification, arguably one of his sexiest and most compelling issues to date. The 18 minute title track is a pounding epic, expansively realised with skin-crawling subbass, welting kicks and obliterating drones thrusting to an unnamed goal. 'Terracotta Spine' is our darkest Berg… Read more
Prurient does doom techno. Yes. F**king. Please, master. 'Through The Window' is an addendum to Dominick Fernow's acclaimed 'Bermuda Triangle' & 'Times Arrow' LPs and his most sincere, powerful nod to dark European techno traditions. It's a masterful consolidation of black, gothic noise emotion and dancefloor gratification, arguably one of his sexiest and most compelling issues to date. The 18 minute title track is a pounding epic, expansively realised with skin-crawling subbass, welting kicks and obliterating drones thrusting to an unnamed goal. 'Terracotta Spine' is our darkest Berghain f… Read more
Prurient does doom techno. Yes. F**king. Please, master. 'Through The Window' is an addendum to Dominick Fernow's acclaimed 'Bermuda Triangle' & 'Times Arrow' LPs and his most sincere, powerful nod to dark European techno traditions. It's a masterful consolidation of black, gothic noise emotion and dancefloor gratification, arguably one of his sexiest and most compelling issues to date. The 18 minute title track is a pounding epic, expansively realised with skin-crawling subbass, welting kicks and obliterating drones thrusting to an unnamed goal. 'Terracotta Spine' is our darkest Berghain… Read more
Dominick Fernow conducts brutal power noise operations as Prurient. Nothing nice here; two tracts of skin-peeling sonic napalm rarely dipping out of the red. Pure, cathartic distortion for those who need it - brilliant stuff as ever from Fernow.
Four extended power noise improvisations by the always intriguing, hugely prolific Dominick Fernow aka Prurient aka Vatican Shadow. Incendiary, fierce sounds. Use with caution!
Six extended pieces spanning 100 minutes of instinctive power noise electronics recorded in summer of 2012, Los Angeles and first issued in micro-run tape edition. Dense, animalistic, atonal drone and noise outbursts for the fearless...
Some of Prurient's oldest recordings, now ten years old. The original edition of 50 tapes came with a "worn religious medal". No such luck here. Just two pieces of intensely visceral sheet noise and subsonic rumble to rearrange your atoms. Ace.
Dropping way back in 2005, ‘Rubber Bullets’ documents an aggressive period in Dominick Fernow’s Prurient canon. This was the year his breakthrough ‘Black Vase’ dropped, and ‘Rubber Bullets’ contains a similar urgency and diabolical streak as the mass of fractured electronics and white noise wrenches itself from the tape spools. Distant screams and hollow guitar drones slowly push their way through the destruction but the mood doesn’t change – this is misanthropic, deeply sexualized industrial music. Not for the uninitiated, and all the better for it.
Documenting two live performances in Eastbourne and Nottingham, UK, August, 2005. Pure noise catharsis.
'Sexual Magic' portrays Dominick Fernow's Prurient as you've probably never heard it before. Distorted, throttled Satie samples play out under glooming industrial field recordings for the most part of the 1st two tracks, brilliantly sustaining the suspense and toying with our expectations in the manner of a sex criminal playing with his prey. Safe to say, the endings are happy/unhappy depending on your predilection. 'Forests, Black And Low' and 'Kiss / Scar AKA Bell' are the repentant aftermath of caustic field noise and low lying drones.
Classic 60 minute tape-only release circa 2001, available on download formats for the first time.
Another super limited tape from Dominick Fernow, now available on download formats. ‘Answer to God’ hit in 2007 in a limited edition of 100, so for those of us who didn’t happen to be wandering through the Hospital store at the time, it’s the first chance we’ve got to soak it up. A cavernous expanse of low end oscillations and cracked vocal samples (there’s even some choir in there, take that naysayers) it plays as a sort of demonic twin to Thomas Koner or Lustmord’s low-end industrial explorations. In Fernow’s hands things are typically more irreverent and mercilessly cassette transferred… Read more
Another impossible to obtain cassette from 2005, ‘Trapdoor’ explores similar isolated post-apocalyptic soundscapes as Dominick Fernow’s oppressive ‘History of Aids’, but injects it with bursts of electrical interference and feedback just to let you know there’s a human force at the helm. Eventually the cacophony subsides and we are allowed to hear the pained screams and low-frequency rumbles of world ending catastrophically. Beautiful stuff, if you’re as f*cked up as we are… recommended.
Originally issued on cassette in early 2005 "For the pursuit of sexual evil and inexorable self destruction". Blown out electrical hum and bruised drone writhe in suitably incendiary distortion on 'Origin Of Genocide'; ears drown in coagulated blood, obfuscating the stentorian boom of an unknown oppressor and muffling the close range detonations and clank of heavy cell doors on 'Hell Is Real'.
Originally only available in an edition of 30 copies at No Fun Fest 2006. Seducing us into 'Shining Hole', Dominick Fernow uses petrified, dissonant drones and slathering distortion to create uncomfortably unheimlich, abrasive noise attrition, while 'Flaccid Lashings' exorcises furious voices and unrepentant power noise...
2003 release venting caustic power noise mutations. 'Tension' lulls us into a false sense of security with raw electrical drones before really lashing out with a torrent of sonic abuse. 'Signals' throttles from the off and remains in the red save for drop outs to location recordings. Lovely.
Digital version of this killer 2005 release, originally available as a limited cassette edition.
Cryptic, labyrinthine noise and drone, originally released on a 2007 cassette. Highlights bookend the set around the harrowing ritualistic centrepiece '…Dying From The Wound', in the apocalyptic black metal synth drama of 'Before I Leave This Place' and the unnervingly unaffected beatless synth closer 'The Briary (Strange Place Of Death)'.
2007 release, originally only available as a tape sold at No Fun Fest in edition of 57 copies. Four tracks of synth/noise paving the way for his most recent releases. Includes highlights on the stark, droning 'I Have A Message For You' and the calcium-deficient, concrete-textured glaze of 'Whom Youth Makes So Fair'.
Unforgiving power noise brutality from the master. Dominick Fernow really gets something out of his system here, from the scrabbling static and excoriating distortion of 'Adam' to the ferocious acid storm dynamics and underlying melodic misery of 'Returning Rape' and a relatively pop-wise Noise incident called 'Tied To Stone'.
In the bleak transitional period just prior to the techno-ise-pop catharsis of his outstanding 'Bermuda Drain' LP, Prurient aka Dominik Fernow wrote these four tracks of "ambient power electronics". They render his sound at its most vulnerable and diverse, charged with an energy which would soon become diverted into some of his most revealing work. The first plate invokes a destitute, detached sort of ambience; two tracks existing in their own antechamber of misery and vulnerability, pervaded by stray TV sounds from another room while loomi… Read more
Two hours of immense, depraved noise narcosis from the Hospital Productions overseer. This is Dominick Fernow at his most uncompromising and meditative, inverting the putative values of the drugs in his track titles to his own definitions. The thirty minutes of skin-blistering distortion on 'Ecstasy Slave' will be sheer terror for some, but bliss for others, while the cacophonous industrial ambience of 'Ketamine Slave' is like the unshakable resonance of a rave you didn't leave unscathed and 'Vicodin Slave' is the sound of your brain dissolving in toxic tranquility. Best of all, 'Cocaine Slave… Read more
Originally a cassette boxset released in 2007, 'Colonialist Nature And Misanthropy' features Dominik Fernow inciting a maelstrom of blistering synth wave noise pop. These seven tracks could be viewed as a prototypical, rudimentary form of the more polished styles heard on his 'Bermuda Drain' LP, revolving as they do around pulsing synthlines, bludgeoning beats and desecrating black metal vocals and atmosphere. We'd strongly recommend checking the detached ambience on 'Mask Of Roses', and the dank, clangorous torture chamber vibes of 'Mask Of Ropes' for starts, and then the bone-crushing Vatican Shadow style Technoid Breakbeats of 'Mask Of Arches'. Ace.
Recent productions from the desk of Prurient, originally issued on limited edition tape. Fetid power noise and drone accounts for the majority, highlights are the murky descent of 'Closing Arguments' and the intensive noise on 'When Different Worlds Collide'.
Exposing a lesser heard side of Prurient, 'Annihilationist' features seven pieces of bleak, blood-drained drone and howling industrial ambience operating somewhere between the churned fields of Kevin Drumm and Alberich. Highlights (lowlights?) have to be the desecrated ambience of 'Fallen Shrines', the sustained stoicism of 'Figures Stand Out From The Background' and the drowning-in-an-acid-bath vibes on 'Subordinate Erected In Niches'.