Diaspora of Intolerance

by German Army

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $10 USD  or more

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    German Army – Diaspora of Intolerance

    DDP 1971.076 DBL CD // Digital

    Diaspora of Intolerance marks the 2nd in an ongoing archival series Dub Ditch Picnic has been working on with German Army – the First being 2015’s “In Transit” DDP 1971.061

    For this installment, we’ve collected the sessions that became the Barrineans cassette on Lava Church, the T’rung cassette on Lighten Up Sounds, and the Self Titled tape on Trapdoor Tapes. The result is a massive 36 track near 2 hour Double CD collection.

    All tracks were resequenced for this release and remastered for Disc at Mortfell Recording in December 2016.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Diaspora of Intolerance via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days

      $15 USD or more 

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    All three German Army CDs on Dub Ditch Picnic "In Transit", "Diaspora of Intolerance", and Final Cop's "Castaway Lakota".

    Includes unlimited streaming of Diaspora of Intolerance via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 2 days

      $30 USD or more 

     

  • Full Digital Discography

    Get all 133 Dub Ditch Picnic releases available on Bandcamp and save 50%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Last Man Standing single, Hypnagogic Air Defense, Jovo Flanger Dub Co-Op 03/26/2016, Diaspora of Intolerance, Changes and Static, A Far Out Mixt Ape, Thee Telepaths, 'The Early Recordings 2008-2009', and 125 more. , and , .

      $249 USD or more (50% OFF)

     

1.
2.
3.
04:49
4.
02:49
5.
6.
01:38
7.
02:56
8.
02:18
9.
04:12
10.
11.
12.
02:33
13.
02:52
14.
03:17
15.
03:17
16.
03:01
17.
00:52
18.
02:51
19.
01:49
20.
01:19
21.
22.
23.
24.
02:11
25.
02:38
26.
04:13
27.
03:02
28.
29.
02:35
30.
03:58
31.
02:25
32.
33.
03:27
34.
35.
01:45
36.

about

German Army – Diaspora of Intolerance

DDP 1971.076 DBL CD // Digital

Diaspora of Intolerance marks the 2nd in an ongoing archival series Dub Ditch Picnic has been working on with German Army – the First being 2015’s “In Transit” DDP 1971.061

For this installment, we’ve collected the sessions that became the Barrineans cassette on Lava Church, the T’rung cassette on Lighten Up Sounds, and the Self Titled tape on Trapdoor Tapes. The result is a massive 36 track near 2 hour Double CD collection.

All tracks were resequenced for this release and remastered for Disc at Mortfell Recording in December 2016.

From The Answer is in the Beat:

This is German Army’s second CD release on Dub Ditch Picnic, and like the first, it compiles tracks from their many limited edition tapes. In particular, this one basically contains three 2014 tapes in their entirety, plus one previously unreleased track from those sessions. This can be described as experimental industrial, with plenty of ventures into the mystical/shamanic/ritualistic realm. Lots of distorted voices (but not used in a similar way on every track), some detached rhythms, lots of hazy echo and fading into a different dream scene. Some tracks are elaborate collages of tribal exotica, particularly “Barefoot”. Others have (relatively) more straightforward rhythms and vocals, such as “Expedition”. The track titled “New Order” has a bouncing drum machine beat which seems to be falling apart, and the deep, moody synths vaguely hint at “Blue Monday”. More accurate reference points seem to remain the Residents and Cabaret Voltaire, maybe also Rapoon/Zoviet France or Hafler Trio. Some tracks have heavier beats, such as the more abrasive “Household” or the druggy sleepwalk “Monstrous Bodies”. Others like “Tjeti” head towards deconstructed techno. I wish the 81-second chiptune-ish “Fragment” was way longer. Atmospheric, fluttering guitars drift in during tracks like “Pagan Fruit” and “Corn Mother”; only on a few other rare moments do the guitars seem aggressive. “Wet Heads” is one of the most meditative songs they’ve ever recorded, with tambura droning underneath peaceful acoustic guitar, all doused with enough echo and delay to feel like a mound of sand gradually being blown away by the wind. There’s too many other highlights to mention here; all there really else to say is that this is a group well on their way toward leaving a vast, astonishing recorded legacy.

credits

released March 1, 2017

German Army is Peter Kris and Norm Heston.
All songs recorded in San Bernardino, Riverside, and Pomona.
Contact: germanarmysound@gmail.com

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Dub Ditch Picnic Winnipeg, Manitoba

Middle Canada Label based in Winnipeg Manitoba

We release stuff on Cassette and sometimes CD.

Our Sibling Label Sundowning Sound Recordings does proper CDs and Vinyl.

contact / help

Contact Dub Ditch Picnic

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code