Experimental noise that is 100% improvised and uses a multitude of instruments and things to make noise. anything from a harmonica to a mic in a cardboard box.
One-man noise project started as two separate projects in 2005 under the names Dronedevil and Seidenki Tori. Dronedevil playing drone and Seidenki Tori playing electronic noise. As the two bands progressed in style they grew more and more similar and it was eventually decided to meld them into one entity known as Skreeching Pulsar. Skreeching Pulsar plays experimental noise exclusively (this includes other genres of noise such as ambient, drone, and vocal). SP uses a variety of musical set-ups and instruments to create noise including but not limited to: Basses, Violin, Microphones, Synthesizers, Sample Loops, Drum Machines, and Vocals. All fed through multiple layers of effects and distortion.
I would like to but the opportunity hasn't presented itself yet
Merzbow, Masonna, Keiji Haino, Hanatarash, Robert Fripp, Brian Eno, Boris, Earth, Emit, Abruptum, KK Null, Yamatsuka Eye, The Boredoms, Nadja, Ruins, Acid Mother's Temple, Tujiko Noriko, C.C.C.C., Otomo Yoshihide, Incapacitants, Krzysztof Penderecki, Igor Stravinsky, John Cage
Anything I can find: PCs, Bass, Violin, Microphones, a can of pennies, a box, Synthisizers, sample Loops, Drum Machines, Harmonica, and Vocals
My noise is based on Taoist philosophy and is designed to be paradoxical in nature. Complexity that breeds simplicity, harsh that breeds softness. It is music as influenced by silence as it is by sound. Utilizing contradictory principals to create a sense of harmony. A constant theme in Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching is the necessity of simplicity: giving up conceits, ego, drive, wisdom, and ultimately returning to a pure state. The abandonment of all things desired by human nature. You will find meaning in noise when you stop looking for it. Noise is a return to formlessness and to the uncarved block.
"For I am abstracted from the world,
The world from nature,
Nature from the Way,
And the Way from what is beneath abstraction. "
-Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching ch. 25