Decompression Chamber — Recompression Chamber. Decompression Chamber. Decompression Chamber Options:. Ask an Expert! Steven Meress — Midwest Hyperbarics. Dr Thomas. Back then it may have sounded like it was all captured on a hissy cassette, but these days, no doubt with some computer editing, there is clarity and depth into the equation and that works quite well.
In his music, K-Group goes for a minimalist approach. Find that sweet spot of a sound, then explore it and don't divulge from it. Over these four to seven minutes, delay, reverb, equalization and so on are slowly twitched and tweaked, changing minimally the colour of a piece. It usually works out towards a more noise oriented sound, but K-Group keeps it ll well under control. This is controlled demolition noise and one that I enjoy way more than a senseless attack on the eardrums.
This is sometimes that leaves the listener behind, wanting some more. Hopefully soon? Tim Wijnant we know, from a long time ago, as the man behind Ovil Bianca Vital Weekly , but apparently also has a new project called Weiland 'Meadow'. The 7" as a teaser format here? Two pieces here, Perruche meaning 'Budgie' and 'Vakbond' 'Union' , and I would think he uses modular electronics.
On 'Perruche' that is worked in a modern electronics way which is another way of saying 'sixties academic music inspired' and on 'Vakbond' in an interesting percussive piece that sounds like stuck in a loop, with some very minimal shifts.
A teaser this is, as we have no idea of what direction it will be. Both pieces sound great and it made me curious to hear a bit more. Apart from a floppy, there are no other releases yet. Although both releases by Kanker Kommando are sold out, I find it worthwhile mentioning these two.
One of the reasons for doing this is that I am thinking hard if I was present when Kanker Kommando played at what they called the V2 Factory. The place was simply called V2 and housed in a former factory. It was , so a few years and beers have passed. Last year he took his own life. There haven't been many releases, and I am sure I had 'H-Block', a cassette from , but long gone.
Music without technological depth, vicious synth tones, hissy drones, crude field recordings although I am sure we had a different term for that; found sound, no doubt and vague soundscapes. All the pieces seem unformed and that, I think, is the beauty of it all. How it worked in concert, we hear on the cassette both LP and cassette sold out, but free download from the label is most generous , in which the duo clearly rehearsed some patterns on their synth and drum machine?
Hearing this music didn't refresh my memory, I must admit, but if I would hear Etant Donnes from that weekend, I would probably not recognize that either the visual memory is much better here! There is a performative aspect to it all, which you don't see, but you can easily imagine this, hearing the industrial music here. These four pieces are much more together and formed and an interestingly different take than the home-made 'studio' recordings.
If you need a place to start, get 'Fit For Queens', a compilation cassette, with a bunch of the artists on this label, or in the airspace of the label. It shows the wide scope of interests of the label owner, which should surely pique your interest. Again both pieces are called 'Fragment', now 'III' and 'IV' and, again, they are four minutes and thirty-three seconds long.
On the Bandcamp page, we find this: "Construction of sound spaces, inspired by listening to Nature. Technically, using only devices built by the composer. Within the limited time frame of the format that is 7", he works with crackles, hiss, static charges and some oddly shaped drones on 'Fragment IV'. There is some neat space within in these two pieces and one could think there are some field recordings in use here birds?
A woodpecker? Hard to tell , especially on the second half of 'Fragment IV'. In 'Fragment III', all sorts of drones prevail, of amplified and yet empty spaces. Great stuff, too short, next time an album? Edwards says these songs are of 'trouble' and "chronicle divorce, dissolution, isolation, disease, loss and ultimately fortitude", plus also "this is my last 'rock and roll' record".
That would be a pity as these four pieces are gorgeous dramatic songs. This is indeed a rock record, with lots of guitars, Edwards' strong voice and a bit of piano, in 'Marin County' and in 'Jesus, Satan, Shiva and Me', easily the most introspective song here.
Edwards has a strong command in his voice and in the title song it is almost a call to arms to start the revolution. This song sticks right in your brain. Two more rock-oriented pieces and two more introspective songs. Maybe not entirely Vital Weekly music, but I love it.
If you paid attention in the past years you may have seen the name Kvitnu before. They are now terminating their label and 'Silence' is their final release.
Many of the releases on the label dealt with rhythm, forceful, loud rhythmic music. You could call this the alternative dance music in the tradition of Pan Sonic, who also had a release on this label.
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In some cases, we send the patient back to their family doctor so they can perform the final evaluation. This makes it clear that we are not "stealing" their patient, which makes them more inclined to send us more referrals. At the end of the program the patient is usually place on a HEP home exercise program and seen monthly for general chiropractic care.
In difficult cases such as spondylolisthesis grade 2 or less , we typically adjust the angle of the force vector so that the primary distractive force is not on the spondylolisthesis itself, but rather the adjacent segment. This way, it will exert a secondary pull on the affected disc. After a few visits and if the patient is tolerating the treatment, we decrease the angle and start moving into the involved segment directly. This also works well for past surgical cases non-hardware such as discectomies and laminectomies.
Our clinic complex features 12 orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and pain management specialists; this case described above is what we would call a typical non-complicating case. There are several complicating factors that can and will present themselves for decompression therapy. These we typically deal with on a case-by-case basis and develop treatment protocols and parameters accordingly.
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Loading more images Close Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys. Loading Stack - 0 images remaining. By System:.1 day ago · In an odd way the music rises and falls, every other minute or so (maybe a bit longer), cutting or fading out to the next segment. We hear the busy streets, the animals, people chanting, talking and shouting, but also quiet passages; in short all the makings of a busy city in a tropical country.