Bad White Corpuscle by ELECTRIC SEWER AGE is the work of Danny Hyde producer and remixer of COIL, Nine Inch Nails, Psychic TV, Depeche Mode and many others.
This album is the follow up to Electric Sewer Age’s debut Moon’s Milk In Finale Phase which featured also late Peter Christopherson of COIL.
Danny Hyde works since the early 80ies as a sound-engineer, producer and re-mixer. He contributed many unique sounds to Coil’s legacy and produced their legendary albums Horse Rotovator and Love’s Secret Domain. Coil lovers now that Hyde was a kind of a secret member for this group.
So it doesn’t suprise that this record sounds like a kind of a lost Coil album. Redocine (Death Of The Corpuscle) is a previous unreleased and new track which doesn’t appear on the CD version. It was specially arranged for the vinyl version of this album.
„Its seven tracks, a sequence of dank, futuristic environments, are essentially gliding, glacial synth suspensions, coolly decorated with suggestions of artificial intelligence (glitch computer voices, starship bleeps, analogue arps and warped tremolos) some of which seem like echoes from previous Coil releases bringing back fond memories of their original moon music.“ Russell Cuzner, The Quietus
„This is so intense, so unflinchingly expressive that I come away completely drained.“ Peter Marks, Santa Sangre
Reinier Van Houdt performed as a classical trained pianist premieres of works by Robert Ashley, Charlemagne Palestine and many others.
He worked with composers as John Cage or Luc Ferrari. Reinier van Houdt plays in Current 93, recently releasing an album with contributions by Nick Cave, John Zorn and Antony Hegarty.
“I’ve never heard a better mix of piano, electronics and amplification than during van Houdt's program." New York Times
"Reinier van Houdt's performance was radical, extreme and without compromise. One of the most impressive examples I have witnessed of maximally mesmerising an audience with ever more reduced materials." Weserkurier Germany
1. Atopic Radio
2. The Fabric Of Loss
3. Orphic Asylum
5. Gaussian Veils
6. Transfinite Spectre