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Regosphere

Regosphere

Regosphere


NOISE project started in 2007 by the experimentalist musician Andrew Quitter from Eugene, Oregon ( US ). Since then he has already recorded 13 long albums plus 5 ep´s in his own label "Dumpsterscore Records" or with another labels such as: RRRecords, Phage Tapes, Turgid Animal, etc. His style is describe by him as a: "The sound of a dying civilization" and this is a mix of harsh noise, industrial and drone. He said also like other musical styles like grindcore, crustcore or punk, so perhaps these styles are too a kind of influence. Read more on Last.fm
NOISE project started in 2007 by the experimentalist musician Andrew Quitter from Eugene, Oregon ( US ). Since then he has already recorded 13 long albums plus 5 ep´s in his own label "Dumpsterscore Records" or with another labels such as: RRRecords, Phage Tapes, Turgid Animal, etc. His style is describe by him as a: "The sound of a dying civilization" and this is a mix of harsh noise, industrial and drone. He said also like other musical styles like grindcore, crustcore or punk, so perhaps these styles are too a kind of influence.

Apart REGOSPHERE he has a very interesting b-side project named CROOKED COLUMNS more ambient, drone, tribal and experimental oriented. http://regosphere.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/regosphere http://quitterdrones.bandcamp.com/ http://www.dumpsterscore.org/quitter/ https://www.facebook.com/regosphere https://www.youtube.com/user/regosphere http://crookedcolumns.bandcamp.com/releases http://www.discogs.com/artist/1091008-Regosphere Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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