This is the rally of the drums in the revolution, it’s the rave of the apocalypse. In short, it sounds like the sky is being torn apart.
Over twelve months, twelve Fwonk* artists were put to the test in this experimental single-track album based on the popular children’s ‘Telephone Game’.
Once again the denizens of Megacity Fwonk rise up and make a mess of things while Judge Heskin is out bringing the law to the Cursed Earth.
…otherwise known as the boss was away on hols so we got together and made this while he was away.
In the 20 years since Cobain’s passing he has inspired generations of artists across many genres. This compilation features music that covers everything from industrial electronica, to algorave to ambient drones.
As you might expect from two of the noisiest artists on our roster, this if full of razor sharp beats and acidic synths.
Not entirely bereft of the droney, dreamy distortions and repetitions that are Vasko’s sound but here they are realised in, perhaps, a more traditional fashion.
After two decades of bursting (mainly their own) eardrums as an indie band named Paste, the guys from 15 Days decided on a name change, a genre change and a couple of instrument swaps.
When at the beach on a glorious Summer’s day, the lovely lads and ladies at the fantastic Fwonk* studios promise they will never wear those sweaty speedos you most earnestly wish you hadn’t bought them for Christmas in jest.
Perniciem’s debut Bubblectro/Fwonk* release sees Mark Wallbridge in dark and contemplative mood – this emotional rush of music and noise is riveting and essential.
Welcome to FWONK*100 – our hundredth release on the good ship Fwonk*! As we settle down, to read our congratulatory letter from HRH The Queen, we give – as the first salvo in a five-album salute – this massive compilation to you.