Seldon Hunt and I created this 15 panel silkscreened mural under the NÆVIL moniker. It's heavily O))) embedded... Wes/Burlesque printed and should have the small edition for sale very soon, both individual panels and as a full set. There are around 65 of each, I believe.
The work is on display at the First Ammedment Arts Gallery in Minneapolis at the moment.
Also, are individual work which Burlesque printed. The Melvins Golden Shower poster is my own, Black Rain Khanat and Skullmelvins being Seldon's.
Welcome to another Inoxia Records newsletter.
The recent U.S tour was great, thanks for all the support to those who made
it to the shows. It was greatly appreciated.
1- NEW RELEASE!
2- New Stock
3- Coming soon$B!D(B
4- Additional Info$B!D(B
1- NEW RELEASE!!!
Sunn 0))) & Boris / Altar (Inoxia Japan version)
The Japanese version of Altar comes with an additional bonus track on the
main disc (subsequent pressings will still include this bonus track) and the
first 1000 come with a limited bonus disc. We are accepting preorders now.
Order now to make sure you get the first pressing with the extra disc!
We start shipping on the 27th of Nov.
2- New stock
Daymare Recordings has decided to re-issue Khanate's 1st and 2nd albums,
Khanate and Things Viral; Both have Japanese only bonus discs with Live
versions and remixes etc.
The release date is December the 1st and we are accepting pre-orders now, we
start shipping on the 27th. If you order via EMS you may receive them at the
Please note, we also stock more Daymare Recordings titles now, such as Isis,
Cave In, Doomriders and Jesu. These are listed on the website, and don't
miss the free CD!
3- Coming soon$B!D(B
Boris with Michio Kurihara / Rainbow CD - Released on Pedal Records.
The release date is December the 23rd and we will announce via newsletter
when we start accepting pre-orders.
Vinyl version will be released on Inoxia Records next year.
4- Additional Info$B!D(B
We are very sorry for the delay in shipping the Dronevil T-shirt, Due to
delays in printing and the vast amount of orders, some were delayed. Sorry
about that and thanks for your patience.
Ii)-Trouble with the post office.
Several delays were reported for orders shipped on the 25th of September.
There were many orders going to many different countries. We guess it was
the Japanese post office's fault.
We feel very sorry about that, but we can$B!G(Bt be held responsible for delays
caused by the post office or by customs.
This is a very rare case infact, It$B!G(Bs the first time in 10 years of Inoxia
Records Mail order history (one or two happen per year maybe, but never this
many at one time), if you really wish to receive your order quickly and
efficiently please upgrade the shipping method to EMS. Then you can track
your order by the tracking number received at confirmation of shipment.
Otherwise please understand that Airmail and SAL are not guaranteed.
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Organ music 'instils religious feelings'
By Jonathan Amos
BBC News Online science staff, in Salford
People who experience a sense of spirituality in church may be reacting to the extreme bass sound produced by some organ pipes.
Many churches and cathedrals have organ pipes that are so long they emit infrasound which at a frequency lower than 20 Hertz is largely inaudible to the human ear.
But in a controlled experiment in which infrasound was pumped into a concert hall, UK scientists found they could instil strange feelings in the audience at will.
These included an extreme sense of sorrow, coldness, anxiety and even shivers down the spine.
Infrasound has become the subject of intense study in recent years. Researchers have found that some animals, such as elephants, can communicate with low-frequency calls.
Infrasound can be detected at volcanoes and may provide a way to predict eruptions.
Lies in the range 10-20 Hz
On the cusp of our hearing
Can vibrate internal organs
Volcanoes emit infrasound
Elephants and whales use it
And recent work by some of the scientists involved in this latest study found that hauntings - the feeling that something or someone else unseen is in a room or building - may also be explained by the presence of infrasound.
To test the impact on an audience of extreme bass notes from an organ pipe, researchers constructed a seven-metre-long "infrasonic cannon" which they placed at the back of the Purcell Room, a concert hall in South London.
They then invited 750 people to report their feelings after listening to pieces of contemporary music intermittently laced sound from the cannon, played a 17 Hz at levels of 6-8 decibels.
Feel the bass
The results showed that odd sensations in the audience increased by an average of 22% when the extreme bass was present.
"It has been suggested that because some organ pipes in churches and cathedrals produce infrasound this could lead to people having weird experiences which they attribute to God," said Professor Richard Wiseman, a psychologist from University of Hertfordshire.
"Some of the experiences in our audience included 'shivering on my wrist', 'an odd feeling in my stomach', 'increased heart rate', 'feeling very anxious', and 'a sudden memory of emotional loss'.
"This was an experiment done under controlled conditions and it shows infrasound does have an impact, and that has implications... in a religious context and some of the unusual experiences people may be having in certain churches."
Sarah Angliss, an engineer and composer in charge of the project, added: "Organ players have been adding infrasound to the mix for 500 years so maybe we're not the first generation to be 'addicted to bass'."
Details of the organ infrasound study are being presented to the British Association's annual science festival, which this year is in Salford, Greater Manchester.
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Published: 2003/09/08 08:31:16 GMT
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