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The New Blockaders - Seinsart : Live At Morden Tower

The New Blockaders - Seinsart : Live At Morden Tower Performer: The New Blockaders
Album: Seinsart : Live At Morden Tower
Country: Italy
Released: 2016
Style: Noise, Experimental
Size MP3: 1906 mb.
Size FLAC: 1549 mb.
Size WMA: 1190 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 757
Other Formats: MIDI DMF AC3 AIFF AHX APE AA


Tracklist

A Live At Morden Tower 13th July 1983 22:44
B Live At Morden Tower 12th Oct. 1983 16:36

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Morden Tower

Notes

First ever official vinyl re-issue.
Clear vinyl LP with printed labels.
Paste on cover.
It includes replicas of the original performances flyers.
Numbered edition of 100.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The New Blockaders Live At Morden Tower Newcastle-Upon-Tyne ‎(Cass, C46) Not On Label (The New Blockaders Self-released) none UK 1983
Siren 08 The New Blockaders Seinsart ‎(CDr, Ltd, Num, RE) Siren Records Siren 08 Japan 2000
RIP 002 The New Blockaders Seinsart ‎(LP, Ltd, Unofficial) RRRip RIP 002 US 1988
MT007 The New Blockaders Live At Morden Tower ‎(Cass, Ltd, RE, C44) Mirror Tapes MT007 Malaysia 2011
LH67/TP The New Blockaders Seinsart : Live At Morden Tower ‎(LP, TP + CDr + Num, RE, RM) menstrualrecordings LH67/TP Italy 2016


Really nice release of a great performance by TNB.And a great sound quality, I was really surprised.A master piece.Five stars for a great quality release and for a classical and wonderful anti performance by TNB!
‘Seinsart sees TNB continue their workwith anti-theories, anti-instruments and anti-music. An abrasive andunrelenting attack where metal scrapes, slams and drags against hissingnoise-generators and piercing feedback. The Blockaders seem to take great joyin dealing with the uncertainty and often precarious nature of liveconfrontations.'Aeon
’The Crackle of broken amplifiers precipitates awhole new order of independently morphing soundforms, all giving shape viaflashes of metallic lightening, smashed glass, trashed microphone feedback andacoustic low-end pellets that scale the walls like slugs. Gradually accruinghypnotic significance, they birth spontaneous form in the shape of textures andrecur with such accumulative force, they threaten to collapse the performanceunder its own weight.’ The Wire
'TNB subject their audience to a pummelling that even a young WilliamBennett would have been proud. Piercing electronics create what can only bedescribed as pure cacophony. Steel bars get thrown around and nails gethammered into floors. Full-on brutalism that would lay down the gauntlet forthe likes of Merzbow to pick up later 'Idwal Fisher
'My first listening experience of TNB was Live At MordenTower (a.k.a. Seinsart) in 1983. I marvelled at the unbelievablyrelentless inaccessible intensity of their sound. I became fascinated by them.I became a kind of TNB 'groupie.' Toshiji Mikawa (Hijokaidan /Incapacitants)
’The cyclone hits and sheets of metal shriekdown like rain… Unrelenting and visceral, it’s a phoenix in its execution and apeacock in its diversity. Squeaking and rolling, quacking and cajoling, thesound spikes and spills from the guts of that time and place. These recordingsare over 30 years old and still hold the same power to incite, unnerve andinspire as they did when they first emerged.’Freq