Artist: Wolf Eyes
Venue: Centrala, Birmingham, UK
DPA4061s > Core Sound HEB BBox (flat) > Edirol R-09HR (WAV 16/44)
Running time: 50′
Wolf Eyes – 2018-09-30 – Centrala, Birmingham, UK [Live FLAC Recording] 241mb
This is a CDR released on Gods of Tundra as “Manchester Is Dead” in 2006. Original recording is from their 2005 UK Tour in Manchester.
Wolf Eyes – 2005-07-16 – Jebez Clegg, Manchester, UK [Live SBD Recording] 254mb
Wolf Eyes & MV Carbon
Toronto, Dundas Square
September 2, 2017
Nate Young – electronics, harmonica, vocals
John Olson – soprano sax, flute, electronics, percussion
MV Carbon – cello
Schoeps MK4V > NBob Actives > NBox Platinum > Korg MR2 > Audiogate (downsample 1-bit to 16/44) > Audacity/Ozone 5/RX4 (editing & mastering) > CD Wave > TLH (flac, SBE)
Wolf Eyes & MV Carbon – 2017-09-02 – Intersection Festical, Dundas Square, Toronto [Live FLAC Recording] 354mb
Friday 29th April 2016
Recorded by stubba: Aiwa CM-DS6 > Sharp MD-MT770 > Audacity 2.0.3 > (FLAC 16-bit 44.1khz)
Wolf Eyes – 2016-04-29 – The Dome, London, UK [Live FLAC Recording] 265mb
Motorco Music Hall
2017-05-20, 20th May 2017
Source: Moogfest Live Webcast > livestream > mkvmerge > MKV file
Total Running time 54mins 05secs [602mb]
Moogfest is the synthesis of music, art and technology.
By day, Moogfest is a platform for conversation and experimentation. This mind-expanding conference attracts creative and technology enthusiasts for three days of participatory programming in Durham, North Carolina. By night, Moogfest presents cutting-edge music in venues throughout the city. Performing artists include early pioneers in electronic music, alongside pop and avant garde experimentalists of today.
Wolf Eyes is a post-industrial/noise band from Detroit, Michigan, United States.
Wolf Eyes – 2017-05-20 – Moogfest, Durham, NC [Live WEB Video] 600mb
Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas
2013-04-28, 28th April 2013
Total Running time: 28mins 43secs [132mb]
1 Untitled Jam.
Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas – 2013-04-28 – Instants Chavirés, Paris, France [SBD] [Live FLAC Recording] 132mb
Photos by Horsey of Gormenghast on Flickr
Repost for the reuploading to Mega.
This is a pretty amazing double set by Hanson Records owner Aaron Dilloway & AA Records owner Nate Young.. The review of the gig in The Wire (by Nick Richardson) described it as: “Beginning with low-key junkyard atmospherics, wobbly trash percussion and wheedling synth sound, he [Young] launched into a piece of Poe-like spoken word “Someone help me out of the bottomless pit..” [..] Young used mouth sounds, captured via a contact miked harmonica, to probe the emissions of his ancient equipment, meshing flickering electronics, viscous slobbe and feedback – like velociraptors chewing on movie projectors. [..] Meanwhile, sonically, the whorls of formant shifting synth tones Dilloway sent winging around the room, bristling with bright thorns of noise were in a similar ballpark to Haswell & Hecker’s UPIC compositions. But what made his set particularly astonishing was the gap between the sounds Dilloway was producing and what he appeared to be doing on stage. Instead of a guy hunched over a laptop, he was physically engaged with his equipment to an extraordinary degree. He had two mics lodged inside his mouth into which he leered and rasped, rocking about like a lunatic while ripping fistfuls of tape from the machinies in front of him. Awesome to behold.”
Nate Young and Aaron Dilloway
The Grosvenor, London, UK 07 Apr 2009
2 untitled solo jams
SBD -> HP iRiver H120 -> SoundForge -> FLAC v1.1.4a with FLAC Frontend v1.7.1
Recorded by pjc of DimeADozen
Nate Young/Aaron Dilloway – The Grosvenor, London (7th Apr 2009) [Live FLAC Recording]